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Daisuke Namikawa, Soma Saito, Hiroshi Kamiya and Koutaro Nishiyama are featured in this issue.
Monthly TV Guide unveiled the lineup for its July 2021 issue. Soma Saito continues his interview corner for the magazine.
Monthly TV Guide unveiled the lineup for its June 2021 issue.. Tasuku Hatanaka and Soma Saito are featured on it.
Monthly TV Guide unveiled the lineup for its April 2021 issue. Takuya Eguchi and Soma Saito are featured on it.
Monthly TV Guide unveiled the lineup for its April 2021 issue. Hiroshi Kamiya and Soma Saito are featured on it.
The talented seiyuu and solo artist is featured on Monthly TV Guide's March 2021 issue.
Monthly TV Guide unveiled the lineup for its February 2021 issue. Soma Saito and Nobuhiko Okamoto are featured on it.
Monthly TV Guide unveiled the lineup for its January 2021 issue. Shugo Nakamura is featured on this issue.
Monthly TV Guide unveiled the lineup for its December 2020 issue. Tetsuya Kakihara is featured on this issue.
Monthly TV Guide unveiled the lineup for its November 2020 issue. Koutaro Nishiyama is featured on this issue.

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