World Hobby Fair Summer ‘13 starts on June 29th and as usual Shounen Sunday will have a booth in the event. Several original limited goods will be sold at the fair, including some for Silver Spoon - mini towel (with new illustration), clear file, glass (sold during the previous fair) and telephone card.
In addition to the regular edition, the Shogakukan website is listing a limited edition for volume 8 of Silver Spoon, which will include a Holstein Club towel.
It will cost 1,200 JPY, ISBN number is 9784091591555 and it’ll be released along the regular edition, on July 11th.
Shounen Sunday official website has uploaded a couple of sample pages for the Yezo Agricultural High School student handbook to be included in the limited edition for Silver Spoon volume 7 (out April 18th).
The handbook will aparently include some original drawings by Arakawa, along with written content - such as Yezo regulations. You can see bigger samples at the official Facebook.
The official Silver Spoon twitter has uploaded a photo of the Yezo Agricultural High School student handbook to be included in the limited edition for volume 7 (out April 18th).
The Shounen Sunday Official Website is listing a limited edition for volume 7 of Silver Spoon, which will include a Yezo Agricultural High School student handbook.
Said edition will cost 950 JPY, while the regular edition will be 440 JPY as usual. Both will be released on April 18th.
The Fullmetal Alchemist official twitter is announcing a (possibly final) limited item with the Kanzenban edition: a set of corkboard and pushpins featuring Edward! More information will be available in the obi of kanzenban volume 18, but the promotion requires having bought volumes 15-18 and is for Japan residents only.
The four previous Kanzenban promotional prizes were a card set (volumes 3 to 5), a glass clock (6 to 8), a mug cups set (9 to 11) and a floor mat (12 to 14).
To celebrate the release of the final kanzenban volume, Square-Enix is giving out a limited edition doormat with an Arakawa illustration to 100 lucky mobile phone (or smartphone) users. The item will be awarded through a lottery and is limited to Japan residents.
As previously reported, this month’s issue of Shounen Sunday S (Super) will include yet another silver spoon as extra, this time with the Yezo Agricultural High School emblem engraved on it.
The magazine will also feature a Silver Spoon cover (not a new illustration), a reissue of the first chapter including color pages and a pin-up of the Arakawa-Takahashi collaboration seen here.
The issue is out next Wednesday (July 25th) with a cost of 580 JPY.