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NEO Magazine Issue 100 details plus free London Party on Saturday 7th July 2012

Date: 2012 June 27th Wednesday [17:11] | Posted By: Joe

Long ago on 25th November 2004 a new anime and manga magazine launched in the UK. Almost 8 years later, Neo Magazine is still going strong and has hit the 100 issue mark.

To celebrate it's 100th issue they'll be throwing a party in London on Saturday 7th July 2012. Everyone is invited to the free party, which starts at 8pm at the Bloomsbury Lanes. The party is for over 18's only, ID is required.
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Press release as follows:

Neo Magazine Issue 100

NEO Magazine Celebrates 100th Issue with Free Party on 7 July

Get Saturday 7 July in to your diaries, because NEO Magazine is throwing a party - and you're all invited!

To celebrate reaching a remarkable 100 issues - setting NEO as the longest running British magazine of its type, ever! - publisher Uncooked Media will organise a free event at London's Bloomsbury Lanes, consisting of music, cosplay, live bands, Japanese food and more.

Manga Entertainment will also be involved in the night, celebrating the release of Dragon Ball Z on DVD by screening the whole first series! The best super saiyan-inspired cosplayer of the night will also receive a DBZ boxset.

The festivities begin from 8pm, where the magazine's music editor Tom Smith will fill the floor with cutesy J-pop, bouncy J-rock and sexy K-pop tunes through to the 3am closing time.

Live music includes a set featuring traditional sounds of Japan from Hibiki Ichikawa, the highest qualified shamisen player in the UK, and Hokkaido rockers S.S.ROCKETS, who will be playing their biggest UK show to date.

Delicious Japanese snacks will also be served throughout the night thanks to street vendor Peko Peko Kitchen, while the venue has a large selection of beers and spirits, as well as pool, table top football, arcade machines, karaoke and bowling.

Come along and celebrate not only a milestone for NEO Magazine, but also a part of UK anime and manga history!

The event is strictly 18+, ID required.

Join the Facebook event page for further updates: https://www.facebook.com/events/117565998384058/

Further information:
NEO Magazine’s homepage: http://www.neomag.co.uk/
Bloomsbury Lane’s homepage: http://bloomsburylive.com/

Source: NEO Magazine

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