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Hayate No Gotoku’s Loli Based Rewards

May 9, 2012 @ 5:34 CST

With the combat butler harem of Hayate no Gotoku running strong in both a manga, as well as an upcoming third season of the anime, otaku shops have starting showing off some limited edition goodies.

Samples of a variety of limited addition artistic treats to become available in the fall are now being exhibited by several notable otaku favoring retailers. The items range between a clearfile, postcard, bookmark, and another postcard respectively – with the two former objects even coming signed and autographed accordingly, definitely making them desirable by any who adore the daily escapades of blue haired shounen in debt to blonde loli, met with intercessions of sexy pink, blue, purple, and the occasional black.

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