Dengeki Daioh

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Monthly Comic Dengeki Daioh
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Cover of the August 2001 issue of Dengeki Daioh featuring Chiyo and Sakaki from Azumanga Daioh. Illustration by Kiyohiko Azuma.
Categories Shōnen manga
Frequency Monthly[1]
Circulation 100,000 (2009)[2]
Publisher ASCII Media Works
First issue April 18, 1994
Country Japan
Language Japanese
Website Dengeki Daioh

Monthly Comic Dengeki Daioh (月刊コミック電撃大王 Gekkan Komikku Dengeki Daiō?) is a Japanese shōnen manga magazine[3] published by ASCII Media Works (formerly MediaWorks) under the Dengeki brand. Many manga serialized in Dengeki Daioh were later published in tankōbon volumes under ASCII Media Works' Dengeki Comics imprint. The magazine is sold every month on the 27th. A yonkoma section of Dengeki Daioh called Dengeki Yonkoma Daioh (電撃4コマ大王?) features various omake strips of the manga series published in it. The format is typically a normal drawing on the right side featuring one or sometimes more characters, and a vertical four panel strip on the left featuring characters from the associated series in super deformed form. Two special editions of the magazine called Dengeki Moeoh and Dengeki Daioh Genesis are sold bimonthly and quarterly, respectively.

The publication originated from Bandai's Cyber Comix magazine, which later became the short-lived Media Comix Dyne — it lasted three issues. After the publication of Media Comix Dyne was canceled, MediaWorks launched Dengeki Daioh as a quarterly publication in 1994. It eventually developed into a bimonthly magazine in 1996, and later into a monthly publication when its name was changed to its current title, Monthly Comic Dengeki Daioh. In recent years, the magazine has taken to publishing information on anime and video games as well where half the magazine contains such information. Dengeki Daioh celebrated its thirteenth year of publication in 2007. Starting with the August 2008 issue, sold on June 27, 2008, Dengeki Daioh increased the number of manga series serialized in each issue which expanded the page count from about 700 to 900 pages per issue.[4]


Serialized titles[edit]

In Dengeki Daioh[edit]

Title Author Illustrator Genre First issue Last issue
Amagoi
雨乞
Kobato, TeikaTeika Kobato   Ongoing
Angel Foyson Shibusawa, KōbōKōbō Shibusawa   2000 2005
Ano Natsu de Matteru
あの夏で待ってる
Ichika Pepako Dokuta  Romantic comedy, Science fiction, Slice of life March 2012 February 2013
Asura Cryin'
アスラクライン (Asura Kurain)
Mikumo, GakutoGakuto Mikumo Akizuki, RyōRyō Akizuki  Action, Fantasy, Mecha November 2008 Ongoing
Azumanga Daioh
あずまんが大王 (Azumanga Daiō)
Azuma, KiyohikoKiyohiko Azuma   Comedy, Slice of life February 1999 June 2002
Blood Alone Takano, MasayukiMasayuki Takano   Mystery, Romance, Supernatural February 2005 Ongoing
A Certain Scientific Railgun
とある科学の超電磁砲 (Toaru Kagaku no Railgun)
Kamachi, KazumaKazuma Kamachi Fuyukawa, MotoiMotoi Fuyukawa  Action, Science fiction May 2007 Ongoing
Chō Kankaku Analman
超感覚ANALマン
Yasunaga, KōichirōKōichirō Yasunaga   1993 December 1999
Chōjō Kidō Siren
超常機動サイレーン
Ihara, YūjiYūji Ihara   Romantic comedy, Science fiction August 2004 September 2007
Chronos Hayes
クロノスヘイズ (Kuronosu Heizu)
Takano, MasayukiMasayuki Takano   2001 2003
D4 Princess
D4プリンセス (D4 Purinsesu)
Harada, ShōtarōShōtarō Harada   1997 2000
Dark Whisper
ダークウィスパー (Dāku Wisupā)
Yamashita, IkutoIkuto Yamashita   May 2000 Ongoing
Dejipara
でじぱら
Takagi, NobuyukiNobuyuki Takagi   October 2005 Ongoing
Dengeki Momoe Scythe
電撃ももえサイズ
Yūki, Shin'ichiShin'ichi Yūki   2004 2004
Dengeki Nekomimi Samurai
電撃ネコミミ侍
Hakozaki, AkiraAkira Hakozaki   January 2007 April 2009
Dengeki Tenjikars
電撃テンジカーズ (Dengeki Tenjikāzu)
Koga, RyoichiRyoichi Koga   August 2006 Ongoing
Deus X Makina
デウスXマキナ
Karasuma, WataruWataru Karasuma   July 2008 Ongoing
Doll Master Ihara, YūjiYūji Ihara   September 1999 December 2003
Ef: A Fairy Tale of the Two.[A] Kagami, YūYū Kagami, Mikage Miyabi, JuriJuri Miyabi  Drama, Psychological, Romance June 2008 Ongoing
Engeki Shōjo Inochi
演撃少女 命
Hayashiya, ShizuruShizuru Hayashiya   1999 2000
Gun Driver
ガンドライバー (Gan Doraibā)
Bitō, GōGō Bitō Seta, NoriyasuNoriyasu Seta  Action, Science fiction 1995 2001
Gurren Lagann[A]
天元突破グレンラガン (Tengen Toppa Guren Ragan)
Nakashima, KazukiKazuki Nakashima Mori, KotaroKotaro Mori  Adventure, Comedy-drama, Mecha June 2008 Ongoing
Gunslinger Girl Aida, YuYu Aida   Action, Science fiction November 2002 Ongoing
Hayate X Blade[G]
はやて×ブレード (Hayate X Burēdo)
Hayashiya, ShizuruShizuru Hayashiya   Action, Comedy January 2004 July 2008
Himeyaka Hime-sama
ヒメヤカヒメサマ
Harada, ShōtarōShōtarō Harada   September 2006 2007
Hiyomama
ひよママ
Mashima, EtsuyaEtsuya Mashima   2006 2008
Horizon on the Middle of Nowhere
境界線上のホライゾン (Kyoukai Senjou no Horizon)
Kawakami, MinoruMinoru Kawakami Takenaka, HideoHideo Takenaka  Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Science fiction October 2011 Ongoing
Horologium
ホーロロギオン (Hōrorogion)
Hanada, JukkiJukki Hanada Nohana, TatsuTatsu Nohana  March 2009 Ongoing
Hyakkaryōran: Sengoku Otome
〜百花繚乱〜戦国乙女
Shirogumi Shinano, YuraYura Shinano  March 2009 Ongoing
Ichigeki Sacchu!! HoiHoi-san
一撃殺虫!!ホイホイさん
Tanaka, KunihikoKunihiko Tanaka   2004
Ignaju Crossgates Station The No.00
イグナクロス零号駅 (Iguna Kurosu Reigōeki)
Choco   2000 Ongoing
Jinki: Shinsetsu[F]
JINKI-真説-
Tsunashima, ShirōShirō Tsunashima   May 2008 December 2008
Juggle
ジャグリ (Jaguri)
Endō, OkitoOkito Endō   August 2009 Ongoing
Kagihime Monogatari Eikyū Alice Rondo
鍵姫物語 永久アリス輪舞曲
Kaishaku   Action, Drama, Fantasy February 2004 July 2006
Kamichu!
かみちゅ!
Masunari, KojiKoji Masunari   Supernatural, Slice of life June 2005 January 2007
Kanna
神無
Kirishima, TakeruTakeru Kirishima   2001 2005
Kashin Fūjinjō[H]
禍神風塵帖
Utatane, HiroyukiHiroyuki Utatane   Ongoing
Kaze no Sumika - Ginga Hyōjunji
風の住処 - 銀河標準時
Yamashita, IkutoIkuto Yamashita   Science fiction 1994 April 1997
Kemeko Deluxe![A]
ケメコデラックス! (Kemeko Derakkusu!)
Iwasaki, MasakazuMasakazu Iwasaki   Romantic comedy, Science fiction October 2005 June 2011
Koikoi Seitokai
こいこい★生徒会
Araki, KanaoKanao Araki   January 2009 Ongoing
Koi to Senkyo to Chocolate
恋と選挙とチョコレート (Koi to Senkyo to Chokorēto)
Sprite Ikawa, WakiWaki Ikawa  Drama, Romance May 2011 Ongoing
Kokoro Library
ココロ図書館 (Kokoro Toshokan)
Takagi, NobuyukiNobuyuki Takagi   Drama, Science fiction April 2000 July 2002
Kurakura
くらクラ
Haritama, HirokiHiroki Haritama   2005 2005
Kurogane Communication
鉄コミュニケイション
Kato, HideoHideo Kato Takuma, TomomasaTomomasa Takuma  Adventure, Mecha 1997 1999
Lythtis[C][H]
リスティス (Risutisu)
Utatane, HiroyukiHiroyuki Utatane   1995 Ongoing
Love Allergen
ラブアレルゲン (Rabu Arerugen)
Akahori, SatoruSatoru Akahori Katsura, YukimaruYukimaru Katsura  Romantic comedy November 2009 April 2012
Mahōtsukai to Teishi no Futekisetsu na Kankei
魔法使い(♂)と弟子(♀)の不適切なカンケイ
Konya, YukioYukio Konya   June 2009 March 2011
Marine Attack
マリンアタック (Marin Atakku)
Team Plus+ Karasuma, WataruWataru Karasuma  2007 2007
Moriguchi Orito no Teiōgaku
森口織人の帝王学
Okayu, MasakiMasaki Okayu Sanada, RinRin Sanada  2008 2009
Murasakiiro no Qualia Ueo, HisamitsuHisamitsu Ueo Tsunashima, ShirōShirō Tsunashima  March 2011 Ongoing
Muv-Luv Alternative
マブラヴ オルタネイティヴ (Mabu Rabu Orutaneitivu)
âge Makishima, AzusaAzusa Makishima  Science fiction, Romance October 2007 Ongoing
Muv-Luv Alternative: Total Eclipse
マブラヴ オルタネイティヴ トータル・イクリプス (Mabu Rabu Orutaneitivu Tōtaru Ikuripusu)
âge Ishigaki, TakashiTakashi Ishigaki  Science fiction, Romance October 2009 Ongoing
Na Na Na Na
なななな
Harada, ShōtarōShōtarō Harada   2003 2005
Ninin ga Shinobuden
ニニンがシノブ伝
Koga, RyōichiRyōichi Koga   Comedy August 2000 March 2006
Noisy Girl
ノイジィ・ガール (Noiji Gāru)
Kurata, HideyukiHideyuki Kurata Naruko, HanaharuHanaharu Naruko  September 2008 Ongoing
Noritama
のりタマ
Ōtsuka, MahiroMahiro Ōtsuka   January 2010 Ongoing
Ōkami Kakushi: Fukahi no Shō
おおかみかくし〜深緋の章〜
Konami Yano, MiruraMirura Yano  Mystery, Psychological thriller February 2010 March 2011
Ōoku Chakapon!
大奥チャカポン!
Maitake   June 2009 Ongoing
Pretty Manizu
ぷりてぃまにぃず (Puriti Manizu)
Kurihashi, ShinsukeShinsuke Kurihashi   August 2003 April 2005
Pure Mario Nation
PUREまりおねーしょん (PURE Mario Nēshon)
Takagi, NobuyukiNobuyuki Takagi   January 2003 July 2004
Rewrite: Side-R Key Kawakami, ShūichiShūichi Kawakami  April 2011 Ongoing
Sekiganjū Mitsuyoshi
隻眼獣ミツヨシ
Ueyama, TetsurōTetsurō Ueyama   2002 2005
Shakugan no Shana
灼眼のシャナ
Takahashi, YashichiroYashichiro Takahashi Sasakura, AyatoAyato Sasakura  Action, Fantasy, Romance April 2005 October 2011
Sharin no Kuni, Himawari no Shōjo
車輪の国、向日葵の少女
Akabeisoft2 Usami, WataruWataru Usami  July 2008 Ongoing
Shina Dark: Kuroki Tsuki no Ō to Sōheki no Himegimi[E]
シャイナ・ダルク 〜黒き月の王と蒼碧の月の姫君〜
Nakayama, BunjūrōBunjūrō Nakayama Higa, YukariYukari Higa  April 2007 March 2009
Sister Red Hayashiya, ShizuruShizuru Hayashiya   2001 2003
Shingetsutan Tsukihime
真月譚 月姫
Type-Moon Shōnen, SasakiSasaki Shōnen  Mystery, Romance, Supernatural October 2003 Ongoing
Sora Kake Girl D
宇宙をかける少女D (Sora o Kakeru Shōjo D)
Yatate, HajimeHajime Yatate Kekocha  Comedy, Mecha April 2009 Ongoing
So Ra No Wo To
ソ・ラ・ノ・ヲ・ト
Paradores Shinba, YagiYagi Shinba  Social science fiction January 2010 Ongoing
Strawberry Marshmallow
苺ましまろ (Ichigo Mashimaro)
Barasui   Comedy, Slice of life April 2002 Ongoing
Sukashi Kashipan Man: Manzarademonai Daibōken
スカシカシパンマン〜まんざらでもない大冒険〜
Honda, ArimaArima Honda   September 2008 Ongoing
Taiyō no Shōjo Inka-chan
太陽の少女インカちゃん
Ono, ToshihiroToshihiro Ono   July 1994 February 1998
Ticktack Gangan Akizuki, RyōRyō Akizuki   2003 2003
Tokudane Sanmen Captors[B]
特ダネ三面キャプターズ (Takudane Sanmen Kyaputāzu)
Hairan   August 2009 Ongoing
Tonari no Danna-sama
となりのだんな様
Nonohara, ChikiChiki Nonohara   2008 2008
Toradora![A]
とらドラ!
Takemiya, YuyukoYuyuko Takemiya Zekkyō  Drama, Romantic comedy May 2008 Ongoing
Tori Koro[D][H]
トリコロ
Hairan   Comedy, Slice of life June 2006 Ongoing
Toshokan Sensō Spitfire![H]
図書館戦争 SPITFIRE!
Arikawa, HiroHiro Arikawa Furudori, YayoiYayoi Furudori  Action, Social science fiction January 2008 Ongoing
Train+Train Kurata, HideyukiHideyuki Kurata Takuma, TomomasaTomomasa Takuma  Adventure, Science fiction January 2000 May 2003
Twinkle Crusaders GoGo!
ティンクル☆くるせいだーす (Teinkuru Kuruseidāsu)
Lillian Hijiki  Drama, Fantasy, Romance August 2009 Ongoing
Uchūjin Plumber
宇宙人プルマー (Uchūjin Purumā)
Takao, UkyōUkyō Takao   2000 2001
Venus Versus Virus[A] Suzumi, AtsushiAtsushi Suzumi   Action, Fantasy May 2008 September 2008
Wagaya no Oinari-sama.[A]
我が家のお稲荷さま。
Shibamura, JinJin Shibamura Shōfū, SuirenSuiren Shōfū  Comedy, Fantasy June 2008 Ongoing
White Album Aquaplus, Leaf Abeno, ChakoChako Abeno  Drama, Romance August 2008 Ongoing
Yoiyami Gentō Sōshi
宵闇眩燈草紙
Yatsufusa, TatsunosukeTatsunosuke Yatsufusa   1999 2006
Yotsuba&!
よつばと! (Yotsuba to!)
Azuma, KiyohikoKiyohiko Azuma   Comedy, Slice of life March 2003 Ongoing
Yuri Seijin Naoko-san
百合星人ナオコサン
Kashmir   May 2005 Ongoing

In Dengeki Moeoh[edit]

In Dengeki Teioh[edit]

Special editions[edit]

Dengeki Moeoh April 2007 issue.
Dengeki Moeoh
Dengeki Moeoh (電撃萌王 Dengeki Moeō?) is a seinen manga magazine[3] sold on the twenty-sixth of every other month; the magazine is a special edition version of Dengeki Daioh.[citation needed] It first went on sale on March 26, 2002 and was originally published quarterly. The magazine stopped publication with its sixteenth issue in December 2005 for three months. In March 2006, the magazine started to be published bimonthly. As of 2009, circulation was 50,000 copies.[2]
Dengeki Teioh
Dengeki Teioh (電撃帝王 Dengeki Teiō?) was a Japanese seinen manga magazine published by MediaWorks; the magazine was a special edition of Dengeki Daioh,[citation needed] which went on sale four times a year in January, April, July, and November on the twenty-sixth. The magazine was published between April 26, 2004 and November 26, 2006.
Comic Sylph
Comic Sylph (コミックシルフ Komikku Shirufu?, normally written as comic SYLPH) was a quarterly shōjo manga magazine, and first went on sale on December 9, 2006 as a special edition version of Dengeki Comic Gao!, but starting with the sixth volume on March 21, 2008, Comic Sylph became a special edition version of Dengeki Daioh.[citation needed] Comic Sylph was one of the few magazines originally published by MediaWorks not under the Dengeki naming line, such as with Dengeki Daioh, and Dengeki G's Magazine, the first of which being Active Japan in 1995 which was discontinued in 1998. Starting with the issue published on May 22, 2008, the magazine's title changed to simply Sylph (シルフ Shirufu?) and started to be published bimonthly as an independent magazine.
Dengeki Bunko Magazine
Dengeki Bunko Magazine (電撃文庫MAGAZINE?) is a seinen light novel magazine published bimonthly which originally began as a special edition of Dengeki Daioh. The magazine was first published on December 10, 2007 as the successor of Dengeki hp, but from the third issue on, published on April 10, 2008, the magazine became independent of Dengeki Daioh.
Dengeki Daioh "g"

Notes[edit]

  • A These manga were transferred from Dengeki Comic Gao!.
  • B This manga was transferred from Houbunsha's Manga Time Lovely.
  • C This manga was transferred from Comptiq.
  • D This manga was transferred from Manga Time Kirara.
  • E This manga was transferred from Dengeki Daioh's special edition Dengeki Teioh.
  • F This manga was transferred from Comic Blade.
  • G This manga was transferred to Ultra Jump.
  • H These manga are on hiatus.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Japan 1995 marketing and advertising yearbook. 1995. p. 143. ISBN 4-88553-071-7. 
  2. ^ a b "AMW 広告のご案内(コミック・その他)" [AMW Advertisement Information (Comic, Other)] (in Japanese). ASCII Media Works. Retrieved 2009-11-25. 
  3. ^ a b "JMPA Magazine Data: manga magazines for boys and men" (in Japanese). Retrieved 2008-02-09. 
  4. ^ "Read or Die's Kurata, Sola's Abeno to Start New Manga". Anime News Network. 2008-05-29. Retrieved 2008-05-30. 

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