Our J!-ENT 2014 ANNUAL is now available!
November 9, 2014 by J!-ENT
Each year, we release a J!-ENT annual issue that deals with Asian pop culture and also our event coverage throughout the year. It’s our most popular feature that we do each year and for 2014, our latest issue is now available.
This issue features interviews with manga artists Rinko Ueda, Art Q&A with Range Murata, Hiroshi Nagahama, interviews with Elisa, Tomomi Itano, Man with a Mission, May’n, Tokyo Girls’ Style, Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra, Pinky Doodle Poodle!, Yanakiku, Q&A with legendary voice actress Mami Koyama, interview with English dub voice actress Jad Saxton and more!
Also, featuring Q&A’s for anime series such as “Attack on Titan”, “Sword Art Online II”, “Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic” and more!
Plus our coverage of various events such as Power Morphicon 2014, Zapp Con, Pacific Media Expo, Sakura Con and more!
You can download the issue here:
You can view a low-res version on PDFy by clicking here.
You can also view the low-res version by clicking here. [57 MB]
You can download the low-res version [zip file] by clicking here. [47MB]
MID-RES (*PREFERRED VERSION):
You can view the mid-res PDF version by clicking here (300 MB)
You can download the mid-res PDF version (Zip file) by clicking here. (299 MB)
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