X Anime Scramble article illustrated by Mokona Apapa (CLAMP) in the 3/1995 issue of Newtype.
Rintaro (seen in picture) was the director of X movie.
Miyuki-chan in Wonderland OVA Anime Scramble article, illustrated by Mokona Apapa (CLAMP) in the 3/1995 issue of Newtype.
Mokona slayed this illustration.
Last Page of the Gundam 15 Year Anniversary article with an Armitage III article on the far left of the page.
The ladies of Gundam in the Gundam 15 Year anniversary cover article from the 3/1995 issue of Gundam. Illustrated by Toshiyuki Kubooka, Kumiko Nakayama & Toshifumi Kai.
Bright and his Harem.
Some of the major characters of the Gundam universe in the Gundam 15 Year anniversary article illustrated by Hiroshi Ousaka in the 3/1995 issue of Newtype.
Some vicious mobile suits on these pages illustrated by Hirotoshi Sano in the Gundam 15 Years anniversary article as seen in the 3/1995 issue of Newtype.
Pick a Gundam, any Gundam. It’s awesome that we are celebrating 35 years of Gundam and this issue is celebrating the 15 year anniversary.
Here is the opening pages for the What is THE Gundam? article celebrating the 15 year anniversary of Mobile Suit Gundam in the 3/1995 issue of Newtype. illustrated by Morifumi Naka.
Can you all believe that this was damn near 20 years ago?
Newtype 10th anniversary swag splash page in the 3/1995 issue of Newtype. Too much cool shit on these pages.
Let me hold that Akira cap!
You’re Under Arrest OVA VHS, LD and album ad on the back cover of the 3/1995 issue of Newtype.
Wing Gundam on the front cover of the 3/1995 issue of Newtype.
Get ready for some GREAT stuff out of this issue. 1995 Newtype celebrated 10 years for pretty much the whole year.
I will crop more tonight and start posting tomorrow. Stay tuned and good night.
On the last pages scanned from the 7/1992 issue of Newtype is How to Art with Buichi Terasawa.
A master at work.
Green Legend Ran Video Soft review in the 7/1995 issue of Newtype.
Squaresoft phonecard ad for Romancing Saga and Final Fantasy in the 7/1992 issue of Newtype.
Japanese phonecards now are so damn expensive.