TV Guide VOICE STARS give sneak peek on Vol.9’s features

TV Guide VOICE STARS released snippets of its newest issue.

Toshiki Masuda is going to grace the cover of TV Guide VOICE STARS vol.09. This issue hits stores on 29/03/2019 and will count with a long interview (over 10.000 characters) plus a special photoshoot.

The cover is the following:

A preview photo was released on TV Guide’s official website and is the following:

Included in this issue is a feature about 増田俊樹・古川慎のごりやく☆研究所 (Masuda Toshiki Furukawa Makoto no Gori Yaku ☆ Kenkyujo), as well as a special feature on the stage play “Rusted Armor” set to premiere this June.

Today, TV Guide VOICE STARS gave a sneak peek into his feature through special cuts that are going to be used as bonuses (limited copies to be included with pre-orders at Amazon and Animate).

This issue includes features with:

  • GRANRODEO (interview about Setsuna no Ai and FAB LOVE)
  • Shouta Aoi (interview about his 10th single, Tone)
  • AMADEUS (Jack Westwood a.k.a Shunsuke Takeuchi & Lotus Juice)
  • buzz★Vibes (Showtaro Morikubo & Shinnosuke)
  • Ryohei Kimura‘s serialization corner Sake to Nomi to Ryohei to (guest Nobuhiko Okamoto)
  • Junta Terashima (BRAND NEW VOICE STARS corner interview about his debut mini-album “29+1 -MISo-“)
  • Hiro Shimono (interview about his concept mini-album sympathy)
  • Soma Saito (“quantum stranger(s)” live report)
  • Jun Fukuyama (LESLIE KEE SUPER VOICE STARS corner)

Jun Fukuyama is featured in the LESLIE KEE SUPER VOICE STARS corner. A couple of previews are out.

This issue counts with ultrawide duplex pinup posters of Toshiki Masuda and Shouta Aoi.

A couple of snippets are out.

TV Guide VOICE STARS vol.9 is available for purchase at CDJAPAN.

SOURCE: TV Guide official website / TV Guide Person official twitter account

Last updated on 30/03/2019

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