Bessatsu Hana to Yume
Cover of August 2009 issue, featuring Chihiro (left) and Ritsu (right) from Nanpei Yamada's Orange Chocolate.
Bessatsu Hana to Yume is a sister magazine to Hana to Yume. It was launched in July 1977 as a quarterly priced at 300 yen. The publishing schedule for Bessatsu Hana to Yume has fluctuated regularly since its inception:
In September 2006, it was decided that Bessatsu Hana to Yume would go from its A5 size to the B5 size, befitting its renewed monthly status. New issues of the anthology hit Japanese newsstands on the 26th day of each month at a retail price of 500 yen. Though Bessatsu Hana to Yume has historically featured mainly serialized titles, it has been known to feature yomikiri or one-shot stories as well.
Current serializing titles
- Boku wa Chikyuu to Utau - Saki Hiwatari
- Glass Mask - Suzue Miuchi
- Kyō & Ippei Series - Yū Kamiya (on hiatus since 2006)
- Mizore Sōgō Byōin - Ryōko Sugihara
- Patalliro! - Mineo Maya
- Shitsuji-sama no Okiniiri - Fuyu Tsuyama (story), Rei Izawa (art)
Past serializing titles
- Ai no Moto ni Tsudoe - Miku Sakamoto
- Akusaga - Aya Kanno
- Aniki ni Omakase - Yukiko Ishii
- Ao no Millennium - Aki Morino
- Camelot Garden - Kaori Yuki
- Card no Ō-sama - Makoto Tateno
- Chou☆Osuteki Darling - Mao Fujisaki
- CUTExGUY - Makoto Tateno
- Gin - Satosumi Takaguchi
- Guignol Kyūtei Gakudan - Kaori Yuki
- Gunjō Cinema - Ritsu Miyako
- Gururi - Naoe Kita
- Hachimitsu Pair Glass - Fuon Amahara
- Hamidashikko Series - Jun Mihara
- Himitsu no Hanazono - Aki Morino
- Hiō Shirabyōshi - Meguru Tōjō
- Hos-tan e Yōkoso - Makoto Tateno
- Kami-sama wa Irunokai? - Makoto Tateno
- Kanbayashi & Kirika Series - Aki Morino
- Kanetsugu Oji-sama Series - Keiko Motohashi
- Kanjō Hakuba-sen: Shashō no Hanabusa-san - Ritsu Miyako
- King Marker: Ō no Saitengakari - Naoe Kita
- Kōkōsei Tantei Series - Yahiro Moritsugu
- Magic Meister - Miyuki Yamaguchi
- Magical Dynamite Tour - Yayoi Yoshida
- Majyutsu-shi - Yuriko Matsukawa
- Mee to Baku - Akira Fujii
- Momohime Denki - Meguru Tōjō
- Nakano-nchi no Tameiki - Kazuki Takahashi
- Nante Suteki ni Japanesque Hitozuma Hen - Naomi Yamauchi (based on Saeko Himuro's original work)
- Ōkami niwa Ki wo Tsukete - Toshiko Endō
- Orange Chocolate - Nanpei Yamada
- Otomen - Aya Kanno
- Oyome ni Ikenai! - Kiyo Fujiwara
- Sample Kitty - Shō Akechi
- Sawayaka-so no Jūnin - Zirocks
- Shimatsunin Series - Shō Akechi
- Shinrei Tantei Yakumo: Akai Hitomi wa Shitteiru - Ritsu Miyako
- Silver Arrow Series - Akemi Maki
- Sora'iro Kaigan - Nanpei Yamada
- Usotsuki Voice - Aki Morino
- Yurara no Tsuki - Chika Shiomi
- "Glass Mask Manga Classic to Relaunch in BetsuHana Mag". Anime News Network. June 25, 2008. Retrieved April 6, 2010.
- "パタリロ！.com" (in Japanese). Hakusensha. Retrieved April 6, 2010.
- 「執事様」関連本2冊同時発売で津山冬＆伊沢玲サイン会 (in Japanese). Comic Natalie. December 2, 2009. Retrieved April 6, 2010.
- "Miku Sakamoto to End Ai no Moto ni Tsudoe Manga". Anime News Network. June 25, 2009. Retrieved April 6, 2010.
- "Kodocha's Obana Ends 1-Year Hiatus on Honey Bitter Manga". Anime News Network. October 26, 2009. Retrieved April 6, 2010.
The December issue of Hakusensha's Monthly Bessatsu Hana to Yume magazine has announced that Please Save My Earth creator Saki Hiwatari is resuming her Boku o Tsutsumu Tsuki no Hikari - Boku Tama Jisedai-hen manga in the next issue on November 26.
- "Angel Sanctuary's Yuki Launches Guignol Kyūtei Gakudan". Anime News Network. May 27, 2008. Retrieved April 6, 2010.
- "Psychic Detective Yakumo Novels Get TV Anime Green-Lit (Updated)". Anime News Network. December 7, 2009. Retrieved April 6, 2010.
Ritsu Miyako drew one manga series in Hakusensha's Bessatsu Hana to Yume magazine from 2007 to 2008
- 都戸利津が別花で新連載、おてんばお嬢様の異国ロマン (in Japanese). Searchina. August 26, 2010. Retrieved November 26, 2010.
- (Japanese) Bessatsu Hana to Yume Official Website