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Saikyo Jump
Saikyō Jump
Saikyō Jump
(Japanese: 最強ジャンプ, Hepburn: Saikyō Janpu) is a Japanese bimonthly shōnen manga magazine published by Shueisha
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Shōnen Manga
Shōnen, shonen, or shounen manga (少年漫画, shōnen manga) is manga aimed at a teenage male target-demographic readership. The age group varies with individual readers and different magazines, but it is primarily intended for boys between the ages of 12 to 18. The kanji characters (少年) literally mean "boy" (or "youth"), and the characters (漫画) mean "cartoon" or "comic". Thus, the complete phrase means "young person's comic", or simply "boys' comic"; its female equivalent is shōjo manga. Shōnen manga
Shōnen manga
is the most popular form of manga.[1][2]Contents1 Summary1.1 Shōnen manga
Shōnen manga
today2 History2.1 Before World War II 2.2 Post-Occupation3 See also 4 References 5 External linksSummary[edit] Shōnen manga
Shōnen manga
is typically characterized by high-action,[3] often humorous plots featuring male protagonists
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Weekly Playboy
Weekly Playboy
Playboy
(Japanese: 週刊プレイボーイ, Hepburn: Shūkan Pureibōi), also known as Shūpure (週プレ) or WPB, is a Japanese weekly magazine published by Shueisha
Shueisha
since 1966. Although the magazine publishes a variety of news and special interest articles, columns, celebrity interviews, and comics, it is considered an adult magazine
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Margaret (magazine)
Margaret (マーガレット, Māgaretto) is a biweekly Japanese shōjo manga magazine published by Shueisha, primarily for girls from 11 to 15 years old, although some stories are read by adult women.Contents1 History 2 Serialized series2.1 Current 2.2 Past3 References 4 External linksHistory[edit] Margaret was first released as a weekly magazine in 1963.[3][4] When manga serialized in Margaret are collected into tankōbon volumes, they are imprinted by Shueisha
Shueisha
under their Margaret Comics imprint. Series from the sister publication Bessatsu Margaret are also under the Margaret Comics imprint
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Ribon
Ribon
Ribon
(りぼん) is a monthly Japanese shōjo manga magazine published by Shueisha. First issued in August 1955, its rivals are Nakayoshi
Nakayoshi
and Ciao. Its target audience is girls roughly 8–14 years old. In 2009, the magazine's circulation was 274,167.[4] The circulation in 2010 was down to 243,334.[5] Issues contain stories on multicolored newsprint and are often more than 400 pages long. They are distributed with a sackful of goodies (furoku) that range from small toys to colorful note paper and other things, with the characters of Ribon
Ribon
manga on them. Readers can send in stamps for mail order gifts (zen-in) in some issues
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Jump Square
Jump Square
Jump Square
(Japanese: ジャンプスクエア, Hepburn: Janpu Sukuea, romanized as Jump SQ) is a Japanese monthly shōnen manga magazine. Published by Shueisha, the magazine premiered on November 2, 2007 as a replacement for Monthly Shōnen Jump, another manga anthology that Shueisha
Shueisha
discontinued in June of that year. The magazine is a part of the Jump line of magazines. The manga titles serialized in the magazine are also published in tankōbon volumes under the Jump Comics label. The manga series within the magazine target young male readers and tend to be set in a fantasy setting with a large amount of action scenes. Like most monthly shonen manga magazines, Jump Square
Jump Square
is aimed at ages 16 to 21
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Cocohana
Cocohana
Cocohana
(ココハナ) is a Japanese josei manga magazine published by Shueisha
Shueisha
since May 28, 1994. Originally the magazine's name was Chorus, but as of the January 2012 issue, it changed to Cocohana.[2]
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Cookie (manga Magazine)
Cookie is a Japanese Josei, and Shōjo manga
Shōjo manga
magazine published bimonthly by Shueisha. As of 2008, the circulation was about 175,000,[3] which by 2015 had declined to 56,000,[4] part of an industry-wide trend. Cookie is related to Ribon. Ribon
Ribon
Comic, a monthly magazine which was a sister magazine of Ribon, changed its title to Bouquet (ぶ〜け) in 1978. Bouquet stopped publication in March 2000. In 1996, the Ribon
Ribon
editing department at Shueisha
Shueisha
began publishing a manga magazine called Ribon
Ribon
Teens which featured a mixture of both the then-new and popular Ribon
Ribon
manga artists like Ai Yazawa, Miho Obana, and Mihona Fujii, and classic Ribon
Ribon
manga artists like Jun Hasegawa, Koi Ikeno, and Aoi Hiiragi. This magazine was published a couple of times in 1996 and 1997 before folding
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You (Japanese Magazine)
You is a Japanese josei manga magazine published by Shueisha.[2] The magazine was established in 1982 and has its headquarters in Tokyo.[2]Contents1 Manga 2 See also 3 References 4 External linksManga[edit]Riyoko IkedaAki no Hana Mijo MonogatariNoriko KasuyaWatashi wa ShadowKozueko MorimotoDeka Wanko[3] Gokusen Kōdai-ke no HitobitoAya Nakahara Dame na Watashi ni Koishite Kudasai
Dame na Watashi ni Koishite Kudasai
(ongoing)Hidaka ShokoMizutama PuzzleSee also[edit]Young YouReferences[edit]^ a b "Women's Manga" (in Japanese). Japanese Magazine Publishers Association. September 2016. Retrieved November 6, 2016.  ^ a b John E. Ingulsrud; Kate Allen (3 February 2010). Reading Japan Cool: Patterns of Manga Literacy and Discourse. Lexington Books. p. 21. ISBN 978-0-7391-3507-5. Retrieved 30 October 2016.  ^ " Gokusen Manga to Return in 2 Installments Next Month". Anime News Network. 16 June 2009
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Ultra Jump
1995 (As a special issue in Weekly Young Jump) October 19, 1999 (As a monthly magazine)Company ShueishaCountry JapanLanguage JapaneseWebsite http://ultra.shueisha.co.jp Ultra Jump
Ultra Jump
(Japanese: ウルトラジャンプ, Hepburn: Urutora Janpu) is a Japanese monthly seinen manga magazine published by Shueisha
Shueisha
under the Jump line of magazines. Originally, the magazine was a special issue of Weekly Young Jump
Weekly Young Jump
which first issued in 1995. On October 19 of 1999, the special issue became the new monthly publication Ultra Jump
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Grand Jump
Grand Jump (グランドジャンプ) is a Japanese semi-monthly seinen manga magazine published by Shueisha
Shueisha
under their Jump line of magazines. Launched in November 2011 as a merging of Business Jump
Business Jump
and Super Jump, it carried over nine series from the former and three from the latter in addition to beginning new titles.[3]Contents1 History 2 Features2.1 Series from Grand Jump 2.2 Online Manga Series 2.3 Series from Grand Jump Premium3 References 4 External linksHistory[edit] In July 2011, Shueisha
Shueisha
announced they would be merging their seinen manga magazines Business Jump
Business Jump
and Super Jump
Super Jump
into a single biweekly magazine that fall
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Weekly Young Jump
Weekly Young Jump
Weekly Young Jump
(Japanese: 週刊ヤングジャンプ, Hepburn: Shūkan Yangu Janpu), launched in 1979, is a weekly Japanese magazine that publishes various seinen manga in each issue. It is published by Shueisha
Shueisha
under the Jump line of magazines. The chapters of series that run in Weekly Young Jump
Weekly Young Jump
are collected and published in tankōbon volumes under the "Young Jump Comics" imprint every four months. The manga series within the magazine target mature male readers and tend to consist of heavy levels of violence, transgressive subject matter, and a fair amount of ecchi and gambling. The magazine is headquartered in Tokyo.[3] Weekly Young Jump
Weekly Young Jump
has a special issue, called Young Jump Gold (serializing monthly) and Aoharu (serializing irregurlarly)
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Bessatsu Margaret
Bessatsu Margaret (別冊マーガレット, Bessatsu Māgaretto), or Betsuma (別マ) for short, is a shōjo manga magazine published monthly in Japan by Shueisha.Contents1 History and profile 2 Current 3 Past3.1 0-9 3.2 A 3.3 B 3.4 C 3.5 D 3.6 E 3.7 F 3.8 G 3.9 H 3.10 I 3.11 J 3.12 K 3.13 L 3.14 M 3.15 N 3.16 O 3.17 P 3.18 R 3.19 S 3.20 T 3.21 U 3.22 V 3.23 W 3.24 Y4 Related magazines 5 References 6 External linksHistory and profile[edit] Bessatsu Margaret was established in 1964.[4] It is a spinoff of the magazine Margaret.[4] It targets girls aged roughly 12 to 17. Current[edit]
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Shōnen Book
Shōnen
Shōnen
Book (少年ブック, Shōnen
Shōnen
Bukku, lit. "Boys' Book") was a manga magazine by Shueisha, which debuted March 1958 and ended in April 1969. Shōnen
Shōnen
Book was originally a spin-off of Shueisha's Omoshiro Book (おもしろブック, Omoshiro Bukku, literally - "Funny Book"). Shōnen
Shōnen
Book is famously known in Japan for being the predecessor to the company's famous Weekly Shōnen
Shōnen
Jump magazine. The Shōnen
Shōnen
Book tankōbon manga volumes are published under the Shōnen Speed Ō (少年スピード王) manga imprint. Shōnen
Shōnen
Book was a part of Shueisha's former leading magazine line, Book, now Jump. Shōnen
Shōnen
Book was created in 1958 as a male version of the short lived Shōjo Book
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Hobby's Jump
Hobby's Jump (ホビーズジャンプ, Hobiāsu Janpu), sometimes written HOBBY's JUMP, was a video game magazine published by Shueisha between 1983 and 1988. It was created as a spin-off of Monthly Shōnen Jump, and was a prototype of the later magazine V Jump. Hobby's Jump published original shōnen manga series (aimed at teenage boys) as well as reviews of video games. Near the end of its run, it also published articles on such subjects as men's fashion. Manga published in Hobby's Jump include Network Warrior by Kentarō Yano. Its video game reviews focused on older game systems and home computers, particularly Family Computer, MSX, and Sega Mark III
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Ribon Original
Ribon
Ribon
Original was a shōjo manga magazine published by Shueisha.[1] It was a sister magazine of Ribon, and was published from 1981 until 2006. New and up-and-coming Ribon
Ribon
manga artists often had their first short stories published in this magazine. Established Ribon
Ribon
manga artists who had a decrease in popularity also had short stories or short series in Ribon
Ribon
Original, and side stories to series currently running in Ribon
Ribon
were also in this magazine. Yonkoma
Yonkoma
manga that are published in Ribon
Ribon
also concurrently ran in Ribon
Ribon
Original. Ribon
Ribon
Original was first published quarterly from 1981 to 1992. It switched to bimonthly in 1994 and remained as such until the magazine was cancelled due to poor sales
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