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Dengeki G's Magazine
Dengeki G's Magazine cover.jpg
Cover of the September 2007 issue of Dengeki G's Magazine featuring Kudryavka Noumi, one of the heroines from Little Busters!. Illustration by Na-Ga.
Editor Kiyoshi Takano
Categories Bishōjo games, Manga
Frequency Monthly
Circulation 120,000 (2009)[1]
Publisher ASCII Media Works
First issue December 26, 1992
Country Japan
Language Japanese
Website Dengeki G's Magazine

Dengeki G's Magazine (電撃G's magazine?) is a Japanese magazine published by ASCII Media Works (formerly MediaWorks) and sold monthly on the thirtieth that primarily contains information on bishōjo games, but also includes an entire section on anime based on bishōjo games, and serializes manga and light novels based on such games. The "G's" in the title stands for "Gals" and "Games". The magazine is known for hosting reader participation games whose outcome is directly influenced by the people who read the magazine; such games include Sister Princess, and Strawberry Panic!. Dengeki G's Magazine first went on sale on December 26, 1992 with the February 1993 issue under the title Dengeki PC Engine, which changed to the current title in 2002. A special edition spin-off version called Dengeki G's Festival! is published in irregular intervals and each issue focuses on a specific bishōjo game. Four other special edition versions under the Festival! name are Dengeki G's Festival! Comic, Dengeki G's Festival! Deluxe, Dengeki G's Festival! Anime, and Dengeki Festival! Heaven. Dengeki G's Magazine's sister magazine is Dengeki Girl's Style, which publishes information on otome games, targeted towards females.

Despite the self-describing "magazine" description, the publication has over 350 pages an issue. About half of the magazine pages are colored and contain information about games or anime; the remaining pages, placed at the end of the magazine, are serialized manga series. Unlike typical Japanese publications, pages are turned from right to left for the first half of the magazine, but this is switched to the traditional left to right configuration when reading the manga series. Dengeki G's Magazine celebrated its fifteenth year of publication in 2007 and its 200th release with the October 2007 issue.

History[edit]

Dengeki PC Engine final issue — May 1996.

Dengeki PC Engine[edit]

Due to an internal struggle in Kadokawa Shoten near the end of 1992, a group of people split off to create the company MediaWorks on October 15, 1992. The ex-editor of one of Kadokawa's gaming magazines called Marukatsu PC Engine was one of the former employees to go over to MediaWorks, and one of MediaWorks' first magazines published was Dengeki PC Engine (電撃PCエンジン Dengeki PC Enjin?) with the February 1993 issue on December 26, 1992, based on Marukatsu PC Engine. The overall title PC Engine came from the Japanese name for the TurboGrafx-16 video game console first released by NEC in 1987, and the magazine was originally intended to be an information source for the console. However, after Interchannel (formally NEC Avenue) produced a popular dating sim called Sotsugyō: Graduation — which drama CDs, light novels, original video animations, and manga were adapted from — MediaWorks changed the layout of Dengeki PC Engine to have more coverage on adaptations of games the magazine reported on.

A reader-participation game called Megami Stadium had run in Marukatsu PC Engine between the May 1992 and January 1993 issues, so starting with the February 1993 issue of Dengeki PC Engine, MediaWorks created a revival of the game called Megami Paradise which ran in even-numbered issues up until the June 1996 issue. About a year after MediaWorks started Megami Paradise, Marukatsu PC Engine ceased publication on January 30, 1994. That same year in December, the first special edition version of Dengeki PC Engine called Dengeki PlayStation was published. The following year, Dengeki PlayStation broke off to become its own magazine. This was in response to the release of Sony's PlayStation video game console in December 1994.

Dengeki G's Engine to present[edit]

Dengeki G's Engine first issue — June 1996.

Due to the low popularity of NEC's video game console PC-FX, which was the successor to the PC Engine, MediaWorks decided to change the magazine's title from Dengeki PC Engine to Dengeki G's Engine (電撃G'sエンジン Dengeki G's Enjin?), with the June 1996 issue on April 30, 1996, which is also when the magazine stopped being a specific magazine for information on games produced by NEC. Instead, the magazine would now contain information on all bishōjo games as the "G's" in the title stands for both "Gals" and "Games". With the August 1997 issue on June 30, 1997, the magazine's title again changed to Dengeki G's Magazine (電撃G'sマガジン Dengeki G's Magajiin?). The spelling of the title was slightly altered a final time with the May 2002 issue on March 30, 2002 to be Dengeki G's magazine (電撃G's magazine?).

After running a string of reader-participation games between 1993 and 1998, Dengeki G's Magazine started Sister Princess in March 1999; this would prove to make the magazine very popular, and became a major focus of the magazine for several years. Nearly all the magazine's covers between 1999 and 2003 featured characters from Sister Princess. After overwhelming support for the project, the series was adapted into a two-series anime, and a string of video games; finally, the serialization of the game ending with the September 2003 issue. At the time, the second TV anime adaptation of another of Dengeki G's Magazine's reader-participation games, Happy Lesson, was just ending, but the series had proved popular. Seeing how popular their reader-participation games could get, MediaWorks continued to created reader-participation games, something the magazine is well-known for today. After Sister Princess ended, the editorial department looked to another reader-participation game which started in the October 2002 issue called Futakoi, and the editors wanted to make this game Dengeki G's Magazine's next main focus; the game lasted until October 2005.

On September 30, 2005, with the November 2005 issue, another magazine published by MediaWorks entitled Dengeki AniMaga was merged with Dengeki G's Magazine. This caused a massive influx of anime information, and manga and light novels to be serialized in Dengeki G's Magazine. Following this, G's Magazine started including more information on adult games starting with the November 2005 issue. Between the March 1999 and October 2005 issues, the cover of G's Magazine depicted a girl from one of the reader-participation games running at the time. This was changed from November 2005 onwards where now the cover would depict a heroine from a bishōjo game, which were generally adult games. Between the November 2005 and April 2006 issues, the cover of G's Magazine contained girls from To Heart 2 XRATED and FullAni, two games released by Leaf at the time. This style was similarly adopted for the issues between May 2006 and October 2006 with girls from Da Capo II, and again between for the issues between November 2006 and March 2007 with girls from Yoake Mae yori Ruriiro na. This style of deciding on the cover art was dropped with the April 2007 issue. With the October 2007 issue, Dengeki G's Magazine celebrated its 200th consecutive release. Following the release of the May 2014 issue, most of the manga serialized in the magazine were transferred to Dengeki G's Comic.

Features[edit]

Series[edit]

Manga
Title Author Illustrator Issue run
2/3 Ai no Kyōkaisen Deden Shizuka Ogawa (2D world)
Shin Kyōgoku (3D world)
January 2006 - March 2007
Angel Beats! Heaven's Door Jun Maeda Yuriko Asami May 2010 - May 2014[T]
Angel Beats! The 4-koma: Bokura no Sensen Kōshinkyoku Jun Maeda Haruka Komowata December 2009 - November 2013
Angel Beats! The 4-koma: Osora no Shinda Sekai kara Jun Maeda Haruka Komowata December 2013 - ongoing
Baby Princess Sakurako Kimino Yasuhiro Miyama May 2011 - August 2013
Baby Princess! 19-nin Shimai no Honobono Days Sakurako Kimino Sakura Ikeda May 2010 - September 2010
Clannad Key Shaa August 2007 - July 2009
Da Capo II: Imaginary Future Circus Tsukasa Uhana March 2007 - May 2009
Da Capo III Circus Nonoka Hinata September 2012 - April 2014
Daitoshokan no Hitsujikai August Akane Sasaki May 2012 - May 2014[T]
Denpa Onna to Seishun Otoko Hitoma Iruma Masato Yamane October 2010 - September 2013
Finalist PrincessSoft Shirō Nishiki November 2005 - February 2006
Fortune Arterial Character's Prelude August Akane Sasaki September 2007 - April 2008
Futakoi Hina Futaba Pururu Kinkakuji November 2004 - October 2005
Gakuen Kino Keiichi Sigsawa Dennō Ōwadan December 2010 - June 2012
Guilty Crown: Dancing Endlaves Nitroplus Ryōsuke Fukai July 2012 - May 2014
Hime Navi & Hime Navi Evolution Satz Raina June 2008 - June 2010
HoneComi The 4-koma Hooksoft Yuki Kiriga April 2007 - March 2008
Horako-san in the Middle of Nowhere Minoru Kawakami Karaun Hani January 2012 - November 2012
Idolising! Sakaki Hirozawa Shinnosuke Fujishima November 2012 - May 2014[T]
Idolising Gaiden: Orin Rising! Sakaki Hirozawa Chiruwo Kazahana January 2013 - May 2014[T]
Koi to Senkyo to Chocolate Sprite Tōko Kanno February 2011 - April 2014
Kud Wafter Key Bakutendō May 2010 - February 2014
Little Busters! End of Refrain Key Zen November 2012 - May 2014[T]
Little Busters! EX The 4-koma Key Yūya Sasagiri June 2010 - May 2014[T]
Little Busters! The 4-koma Key Yūya Sasagiri March 2006 - March 2010
Love Live! Sakurako Kimino Arumi Tokita January 2012 - May 2014[T]
Marriage Royale Navel Koko Natsuki April 2007 - January 2011
My-Otome Saga: Ryū to Otome no Namida Mizunari Sawajō Seven Tachibana April 2007 - September 2007
Nanatsuiro Drops UNiSONSHIFT Yūki Takami November 2006 - May 2008
Ohime-sama Navigation Satz Yūki Takami November 2008 - June 2010
Ore no Imōto ga Konna ni Kawaii Wake ga Nai Tsukasa Fushimi Sakura Ikeda March 2009 - May 2011
Ore no Kōhai ga Konna ni Kawaii Wake ga Nai Tsukasa Fushimi Sakura Ikeda July 2011 - May 2014[T]
Rewrite: Side-B Key Sakana Tōjō October 2010 - May 2014[T]
Ro-Kyu-Bu! Sagu Aoyama Yūki Takami October 2010 - May 2014[T]
Sakura-sō no Pet na Kanojo Hajime Kamoshida Hōki Kusano April 2011 - May 2014[T]
Sword Art Online: Progressive Reki Kawahara Kiseki Himura August 2013 - May 2014[T]
Strawberry Panic! Sakurako Kimino Namuchi Takumi November 2005 - February 2007
The Idolmaster 2: The World Is All One!! Namco Bandai Games Yūyū April 2011 - May 2014
Tsuki wa Higashi ni Hi wa Nishi ni: Operation Sanctuary August Mika Takeda July 2004 - November 2004
Ultra Kaijū Gijinka Keikaku Bakutendō July 2014 - ongoing
Utawarerumono Leaf Arō Shimakusa November 2005 - January 2007
Vividred Operation Team Vivid Keito Koume May 2013 - April 2014
Vividred Operation The 4-koma Viviop Team Vivid Kotamaru November 2012 - May 2014
Wind: A Breath of Heart Minori Ataru Kajiba July 2004 - November 2004
Yoake Mae yori Ruriiro na: Moonlight Cradle August Hoehoe Nōmiso February 2009 - May 2009
Light novels
Title Author Illustrator Issue run
_Summer## Official Illust Story Mujin Kawanami Makako Matsuhita
Rakko
March 2006 - August 2006
Dream Knocker Mikage Sana Wakuzuki November 2005 - September 2006
Futakoi Alternative G Ryūnosuke Kingetsu Ufotable September 2005 - February 2006
Myself ; Yourself Takumi Nakazawa Wadapen May 2007 - January 2008

Reader participation games[edit]

Dengeki G's Magazine often hosts reader participation games whose outcome is directly influenced by the people who read the magazine. The length of these games vary; some can go on for years, while others end in less than a year. How long a game lasts is decided on how popular the game is among the readers and how many readers participate. At least one game has been running in the magazine since the first issue except during the time between the December 1998 and February 1999 issues when Ojōsama Express ended and Sister Princess began, and again with the November 2005 issue between when Futakoi ended and 2/3 Ai no Kyōkaisen began. Marriage Royale was the longest-running game, lasting about five and a half years between January 2006 and May 2011.

Title Author Illustrator Issue run
Megami Paradise Takeshi Kikuchi Akihiro Yoshimi & Miyasumi February 1993 - June 1996 (Published in even-numbered months)
Walzer no Monshō Shin Araki Tamayo Kobayashi & Mami Sajima February 1993 - January 1995 (Published in odd-numbered months)
Hyper Wars Sadaaki Asu Tsutomu Hasegawa December 1993 - October 1994 (Published in even-numbered months)
Route Lancer Yuri Hayashida Hanemaro Jūbaori January 1994 - November 1994 (Published in odd-numbered months)
Seraphim Call Not applicable Aoi Nanase April 1996 - August 1998
Ojōsama Express Jukki Hanada Masahide Yanagisawa December 1997 - November 1998
Sister Princess Sakurako Kimino Naoto Tenhiro March 1999 - September 2003
Happy Lesson Yoshiki Takano Mutsumi Sasaki April 1999 - September 2002
Milky Season Not applicable Takuya Io March 2000 - February 2001
Merry Little Park! Not applicable Yū Hisakata April 2001 - December 2001
Futakoi Hina Futaba Mutsumi Sasaki October 2002 - October 2005
Puppy Girls: Watashi no Ojisama Sakurako Kimino Pururu Kinkakuji March 2003 - October 2003
Strawberry Panic! Sakurako Kimino Chitose Maki November 2003 - September 2005
Ultra Charming! Maruhi Kano Harui Ōsaki December 2003 - August 2004
2/3 Ai no Kyōkaisen Deden Shizuka Ogawa (2D world)
Shin Kyōgoku (3D world)
December 2005 - December 2007
Marriage Royale Shingo Hifumi Aoi Nishimata & Hiro Suzuhira January 2006 - May 2011
A.I. Love You! Not applicable Masato Takashina February 2006 - November 2009
Ohime-sama Navigation Satz Naru Nanao February 2008 - May 2011
Baby Princess Sakurako Kimino Natsuki Mibu March 2008 - June 2012
Love Live! Sakurako Kimino Yūhei Murota July 2010 - ongoing

Special editions[edit]

Dengeki G's Festival! vol. 8
Dengeki PlayStation
Dengeki PlayStation originally began as a special edition of Dengeki G's Magazine and was first published in December 1994. After this issue was released, it was decided that Dengeki PlayStation would become its own magazine.
Dengeki G's Paradise
Dengeki G's Paradise was another special edition issue originally published in 1997. Only one issue was published, and its main feature was the dating sim Sentimental Graffiti.

Dengeki G's Festival!
Dengeki G's Festival! is the third special edition version of Dengeki G's Magazine. The first volume was published in December 2004, and since then, 17 volumes have been published, the latest of which was in July 2010. Dengeki G's Festival is published in irregular intervals that range anywhere between less than a week, to more than six months. The magazine has had a similar style of formatting from the third volume on, and contains about 80 pages an issue on a specific bishōjo game (other than volume two which covered two games). In addition to the main magazine, each issue comes bundled with bonus material depicting characters from the series that is the current feature of a given issue. One of the recurring items is a hug pillowcase featuring an image of one or more bishōjo characters in a sexually suggestive pose.
Dengeki G's Festival! volumes
Volume Bishōjo game focus Bonus material Publish date Reference
01 To Heart 2 A4 size magnet poster, a deck of playing cards with case, and a 2005 schedule diary December 16, 2004 [2]
02 Yoake Mae yori Ruriiro na (cover)
and Fate/hollow ataraxia
Double-sided head pillowcase featuring Saber and Rin Tōsaka,
Yoake Mae yori Ruriiro na jigsaw puzzle,
and two cell phone straps featuring Natsuki Takamizawa and Sakura Matō
September 15, 2005 [3]
03 To Heart 2 XRATED Hug pillowcase, cell phone cleaner, and three mousepads December 2, 2005 [4]
04 Da Capo II Hug pillowcase, jigsaw puzzle, and an ID card/pass case May 19, 2006 [5]
05 Tsuyokiss: Mighty Heart Alarm clock, double-sided desk pad, and six tin badges May 25, 2006 [6]
06 Yoake Mae yori Ruriiro na: Brighter than dawning blue Hug pillowcase, double-sided desk pad, and an ID card/pass case November 30, 2006 [7]
07 Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Matsuri Collectible card game, liquid crystal display handheld shooter game,
and three drink coasters
February 16, 2007 [8]
08 Shakugan no Shana DS Hug pillowcase, ID card/pass case, and a cell phone cleaner March 29, 2007 [9]
09 Little Busters! Double-sided hug pillowcase, cell phone cleaner, and a B5 size jigsaw puzzle June 30, 2007 [10]
10 Nanatsuiro Drops Pure!! Hug pillowcase, jigsaw puzzle, and a cell phone strap August 30, 2007 [11]
11 Fortune Arterial Hug pillowcase, special voice CD, and a cell phone cleaner strap January 19, 2008 [12]
12 Da Capo II: Plus Situation Bed sheet, mousepad, and a notebook May 20, 2008 [13]
13 Shin Koihime Musō Hug pillowcase, mousepad, and a deck of playing cards December 19, 2008 [14]
14 Oretachi ni Tsubasa wa Nai Hug pillowcase, ID card/pass case, and a mousepad January 23, 2009 [15]
15 Yoake Mae yori Ruriiro na: Moonlight Cradle Hug pillowcase, cell phone cleaner, and a mousepad February 20, 2009 [16]
16 Marriage Royale Minato Daiba hug pillowcase, Komachi Akita cell phone cleaner, and a pass case April 14, 2010 [17]
17 Angel Beats! Yuri Nakamura hug pillowcase, Angel life-sized wall scroll, and a Girls Dead Monster logo keyholder July 28, 2010 [18]

Dengeki G's Festival! Comic
Dengeki G's Festival! Comic is the second magazine under the Dengeki G's Festival! line. The first volume was published on November 26, 2007 and each volume has about five-hundred pages. The magazine contains manga based on bishōjo games; many of the manga that appear in the magazine were first serialized in Dengeki G's Magazine. In addition to the main magazine, each issue comes bundled with bonus material depicting characters from the manga currently being serialized.
Dengeki G's Festival! Comic volumes
Volume Cover Bonus material Publish date Reference
01 Clannad Hug pillowcase featuring Uesugi Kenshin from Sengoku Rance
Mousepad featuring Nagisa Furukawa and Fuko Ibuki from Clannad
Cell phone cleaner featuring Maaryan and Sasara from To Heart 2: Another Days
November 26, 2007 [19]
02 Fortune Arterial Long towel featuring Erika Sendo from Fortune Arterial
ID card/pass case featuring Shiro Togi from Fortune Arterial
Cell phone cleaner featuring Feena from Yoake Mae yori Ruriiro na
April 26, 2008 [20]
03 Little Busters! Ecstasy Micro fiber towel featuring Yuiko Kurugaya from Little Busters! Ecstasy
Notepad featuring Saya Tokido from Little Busters! Ecstasy
B2 size poster featuring characters from Clannad
July 26, 2008 [21]
04 Oretachi ni Tsubasa wa Nai Microfiber towel featuring Hiyoko Tamaizumi from Oretachi ni Tsubasa wa Nai
Cell phone cleaner featuring Kaede Fuyou from Shuffle!
Mousepad featuring Miku and Miu from Marriage Royale
October 25, 2008 [22]
05 Yoake Mae yori Ruriiro na: Moonlight Cradle Microfiber towel featuring Feena Fam Earthlight
ID card/pass case featuring Mia Clementis
Cell phone cleaner featuring Estel Freesia
Each character is from Yoake Mae yori Ruriiro na
January 26, 2009 [23]
06 Da Capo II: To You Hug pillowcase featuring Otome Asakura from Da Capo II April 25, 2009 [24]
07 To Heart 2 Portable Hug pillowcase featuring Tamaki Kōsaka from To Heart 2 July 25, 2009 [25]
08 Sengoku Rance Figurine featuring Uesugi Kenshin from Sengoku Rance October 26, 2009 [26]
09 Shin Koihime Musō Hug pillowcase featuring Ryūbi Gentoku from Shin Koihime Musō December 26, 2009 [27]
10 Marriage Royale: Prism Story Hug pillowcase featuring Komachi Akita from Marriage Royale February 23, 2010 [28]
11 Shin Koihime Musō Hug pillowcase featuring Sōsō Mōtoku from Shin Koihime Musō April 26, 2010 [29]
12 Maji de Watashi ni Koishinasai! Hug pillowcase featuring Momoyo Kawakami from Maji de Watashi ni Koishinasai! June 26, 2010 [30]

Dengeki G's Festival! Deluxe
Dengeki G's Festival! Deluxe is the third magazine under the Dengeki G's Festival! line. The first volume was published on November 30, 2007 and each volume has about eighty pages. In contrast to Dengeki G's Festival! which only covers the visual novel aspect of a given bishōjo game, Deluxe offers information on adaptations in addition to information on the original game. As with the previous two Festival! magazines, each issue of Deluxe comes bundled with bonus material depicting characters from the series that is the current feature of a given issue.
Dengeki G's Festival! Deluxe volumes
Volume Cover Bonus material Publish date Reference
01 Ef: A Fairy Tale of the Two. Mousepad, cell phone cleaner, and an ID card/pass case November 30, 2007 [31]
02 To Heart 2: Another Days Hug pillowcase, mousepad, and a cell phone cleaner February 21, 2008 [32]
03 Little Busters! Ecstasy Mousepad, jigsaw puzzle, and a deck of playing cards June 30, 2008 [33]
04 To Heart 2 Portable 1/10 scale figurine, and stick posters July 23, 2009 [34]
05 Rewrite Hug pillowcase, keychain, and a deck of playing cards December 26, 2009 [35]
06 Angel Beats! Hug pillowcase and a super deformed figurine March 29, 2010 [36]
07 Kud Wafter 1/10 scale Kudryavka Noumi figurine June 19, 2010 [37]
08 Shin Koihime Musō 3D mousepad, folding fan, and a microfiber mini towel July 16, 2010 [38]

Dengeki G's Festival! Anime
Dengeki G's Festival! Anime is the fourth magazine under the Dengeki G's Festival! line. The first volume was published on February 9, 2008. Each issue has a large focus on a single anime series, though there is information on other series adapted from manga or light novels originally published by ASCII Media Works. As with the previous three Festival! magazines, each issue of Anime comes bundled with bonus material depicting characters from the series that is the current feature of a given issue.
Dengeki G's Festival! Anime volumes
Volume Anime focus Bonus material Publish date Reference
01 Shakugan no Shana II Two figurines (of Shana and Konoe Fumina), and a deck of playing cards with art from the light novel and anime versions February 9, 2008 [39]
02 Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu (cover), Toaru Majutsu no Index, and Toradora! Mousepad featuring Haruka Nogizaka, two buttons featuring Taiga Aisaka and Index, and a set of decal stickers with characters from the three featured anime September 25, 2008 [40]
03 Toaru Kagaku no Railgun (cover), Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu: Purezza, Asura Cryin' 2, and Spice and Wolf II Hug pillowcase featuring Haruka Nogizaka September 29, 2009 [41]

Dengeki Festival! Heaven
Dengeki Festival! Heaven is the another special edition version of Dengeki G's Magazine. The first volume was published on July 9, 2008. The magazine contains manga based on otome games and is targeted towards females. In addition to the main magazine, each issue comes bundled with bonus material depicting characters from the manga currently being serialized.
Dengeki Festival! Heaven volumes
Volume Cover Bonus material Publish date Reference
01 Hakuōki Towel, drama CD, and a B4 size poster July 9, 2008 [42]

Notes and references[edit]

T These manga were transferred to Dengeki G's Comic.
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