Not much different than the last disappointing volume, Dengeki’s “Visual Arts” publication of summer 2012 manages to satisfy mainly in the included tapestry – as well as the preview of the next issue’s cover.
Admittedly however, even though this magazine’s sole selling point is the tapestry, said tapestry is certainly well-worth it – a life-sized fabric embodiment of the adorable loli whose name is renowned and recognized, cherished by lolicons everywhere, Natsume Rin. Her cuteness bursts off the banner as she looks to be a bit taken aback whilst bathing – unfortunately however, she’s covered in bubbles quite too conveniently.
Nonetheless, there’s an amount of rather appetizing loli skin visible which can turn many, if not any, mad with lust – and of such a high-caliber flat chest as well, the sight is definitely one to be grateful for.
Moving along to other aspects of the magazine in order to give it a fairer overview, it did include two splendid pages of exquisite key visual artwork for Little Busters’ upcoming animation – making the hundreds of other pages feel less inadequate as these two sheets pick up all the slack. Additionally, there is a few minuscule squares of artwork scattered around here and there on various pages which are enjoyable to glare at for a second or so – and the exclusive manga chapters, all made with a comical twist, are decently amusing.
Overall, it’s a forgettable slab of text with a single loli coming to its rescue.