Umaru Doma and Nana Ebina from the popular ongoing TV anime of SankakuHead’s (Uzura Convenience, Arakure Neverland) manga, Himouto! Umaru-chan, has been featured in a festive poster in the January 2016 issue of Megami. This issue of Megami magazine here and you can view the other posters that come in this issue here.
In addition to this, Sylphynford Tachibana, Umaru Doma, and Nana Ebina from the series have also been featured as a poster in the October 2015 issue of Megami. You can purchase this issue of Megami magazine here and you can view the other posters that come in this issue here.
Umaru Doma and Nana Ebina have also been featured as a poster in the October 2015 issue of NyanType. You can view the other posters that come in this issue here.
She was also featured in a poster in the September issue of NyanType which illustrated her showing love for her cat teddy and hug pillow.
Another visual s Umaru Doma and Nana Ebina eating delicious crepes was featured in the September issue of Megami.
The series was also featured in a previous Megami issue:
Himouto! Umaru-chan is a Japanese manga series by Sankaku Head. It began serialization in Shueisha’s seinen manga magazine Weekly Young Jump from 2013. It has been collected in six tankobon volumes. An alternative version was serialized for two chapters in Shueisha’s monthly magazine Miracle Jump in 2012. An anime television series adaptation by Doga Kobo began airing in Japan from July 8, 2015. The “himouto” in the title is a pormanteau of himono (干物?, “dried fish”) and imouto (妹?, “little sister”).
Umaru is a renowned beautiful 16-year-old girl in town, living with her elder brother Taihei. She acts a perfect sister with a kind heart, intelligence and popularity, who everybody admires. So who would believe how true Umaru is at home? Sleeping, gaming, watching TV, eating junk food, drinking cola… that’s almost all she does at home, leaving all the housework to her brother.
Her camouflage is so perfect that when one of her classmates visits her home by surprise and witnesses “true Umaru,” she pretends as if she is Umaru’s younger sister. Taihei is always swayed by Umaru’s gap between ostensible face and spoiled life, but he cannot hate his comical and somehow lovable cute little sister!