The invisible woman came to a newspaper in Peru – Cudaçai

Anime and manga lovers in Peru now have weekly information directly at their fingertips. “Semanario Grupo Otaku”, a newspaper dedicated to Otaku culture, has appeared on the scene and is quickly becoming an essential resource for fans.

Specializing in Otaku culture, this newspaper offers a wide range of news, reviews and analysis on the latest developments in the world of anime, manga and video games. Published weekly, readers can get their fix of otaku content for just 1.50 soles per issue.

One of the highlights of this newspaper is its comprehensive and in-depth coverage. One of the latest editions of “Otaku Group Weekly”. It became a trend in social media and otaku communities due to its bold approach to the controversies surrounding it.Invisible Woman“From Celebrity Franchise”Boku no Hero Academia (My Hero Academia)” In a recent chapter of the manga, the character appeared naked, which created controversy because he is canonically a minor.

This otaku newspaper was born in Peru, a sign of the growing importance of the community in the country and wants to know about the latest news in the world of anime, manga and video games. Fans now have a voice in their own newspaper, and the “Semanario Grupo Otaku” has become a reliable source for their sentiments.

And the comments from the community can’t be missed:

  • «Awesome my Peru».
  • «I want a formable Usopp».
  • «Good idea, I will buy it. I think it’s a good effort.».
  • «I think this is the best way to sell newspapers today.».
  • «It is light years away from the rest of Latin America».
  • «Just bought it yesterday, what a coincidence».
  • «Peru already looks like a link to Japan because of the many camels in the country».
  • «I only buy newspaper for Usopp’s paper art, I burn everything else».
  • «How cool would a newspaper like that be in Colombia. “Q’hubo”, “Al Día” or “Ajá, ¿y Qué?” Instead of leaflets, it publishes alarming headlines.».
  • «I’ve been protecting my Peru from memes for years, but my Peru never helped me».
  • «I have been buying it since 2014 because it was worth 1 sole and it came with a poster. I even found the final chapter of Naruto in one of those newspapers».
  • «The only independent media left in Peru».
  • «Interestingly, I think I saw it on a newsstand once.».
  • «I don’t deny it, sometimes I want to buy it but I don’t feel like walking down the middle of the street with it in my hand.».
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Source: Cursed on @Otaku Twitter

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