New Norton ad features Dempagumi as Shrine Maidens

Apr 20 // Michelle Rodanes

Norton Antivirus recently launched a neat advertising campaign starring the girls from the Akihabara Idol group Dempagumi Inc. The TV commercials, made to promote Symantec's new Omamori data protection software line, feature each of the six performers as the personification of a different facet of the product.

To top it all off, the girls get deeper into character by cosplaying as badass archer Shrine Maidens. Watch them swiftly annihilate pesky viruses while looking fabulous after the jump! 

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