Release Date: January 21, 2015
Starting with this issue of G-men, TAMA is officially taking over as the magazine’s new cover artist in residence! Gengoroh Tagame, who helped establish G-men, drew the covers from issue #1 in 1994 to issue #62 in 2001, when he split ways from the magazine. Jiraiya’s famous photorealistic illustrations graced the cover from G-men #63 to #124. In 2006, the magazine switched over to mostly photographic covers. Now TAMA is bringing gay erotic artwork back to the cover of G-men!