Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine

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Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine
Bessatsu shonen magazine cover 10 2009.jpg
First Issue of Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine
EditorHiroaki Morita
CategoriesShōnen manga[1]
FrequencyMonthly
Circulation65,333[1]
(January–March, 2018)
First issueSeptember 9, 2009
CompanyKōdansha
CountryJapan
Based inTokyo
LanguageJapanese
WebsiteOfficial website

Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine (Japanese: 別冊少年マガジン, Hepburn: Bessatsu Shōnen Magajin) is a Japanese monthly manga magazine published by Kōdansha. The magazine was started in September 2009 as a spin-off of another Kōdansha magazine, Weekly Shōnen Magazine.[2] It is most notable for being the magazine where the popular manga series Attack on Titan was serialised.

Series[edit]

Manga First Issue Final Issue Author
×××Holic (×××ホリック, Horikku) (moved from Young Magazine) July 2010 March 2011 Clamp
Aho-Girl (アホガール) (moved from Weekly Shōnen Magazine) July 2015 December 2017 Hiroyuki
Animal Land (どうぶつの国, Dōbutsu no Kuni) September 2009 February 2014 Makoto Raiku
Attack on Titan (進撃の巨人, Shingeki no Kyojin) September 2009 April 2021 Hajime Isayama
Attack on Titan: Junior High (進撃!巨人中学校, Shingeki! Kyojin Chūgakkō) May 2012 July 2016 Saki Nakagawa, Hajime Isayama (original)
Attack on Titan: Lost Girls (進撃の巨人 LOST GIRLS, Shingeki no Kyojin: Lost Girls) August 9, 2015 May 2016 Ryōsuke Fuji
The Flowers of Evil (惡の華, Aku no Hana) September 2009 May 2014 Shūzō Oshimi
Flying Witch (ふらいんぐうぃっち) September 2012 Present Chihiro Ishizuka
From the New World (新世界より, Shin Sekai yori) June 2012 June 2014 Tōru Oikawa, Yūsuke Kishi
Half & Half October 2012 May 2015 Kōji Seo
Happiness (ハピネス, Hapinesu) March 2015 March 2019 Shūzō Oshimi
The Heroic Legend of Arslan (アルスラーン戦記, Arusurān Senki) July 2013 Present Yoshiki Tanaka, Hiromu Arakawa
I'm Standing on a Million Lives (100万の命の上に俺は立っている, 100-Man no Inochi no Ue ni Ore wa Tatteiru) June 2016 Present Naoki Yamakasa, Akinari Nao
Kami-sama no Iu Toori (神様の言うとおり) February 2011 November 2012 Akeji Fujimura, Muneyuki Kaneshiro
Mardock Scramble (マルドゥック・スクランブル) October 2009 June 2012 Yoshitoki Ōima, Tow Ubukata
O Maidens in Your Savage Season (荒ぶる季節の乙女どもよ。, Araburu Kisetsu no Otome-domo yo) December 2016 September 2019 Mari Okada, Nao Emoto
Orient (オリエント) (moved from Weekly Shōnen Magazine) February 2021 Present Shinobu Ohtaka
Real Account (リアルアカウント) (moved to Weekly Shōnen Magazine) February 2014 November 2019 Okushou, Watanabe Shizumu
Sankarea: Undying Love (さんかれあ) December 2009 September 2014 Mitsuru Hattori
Sweet Poolside (スイートプールサイド)[3] May 2011 August 2011 Shūzō Oshimi
To the Abandoned Sacred Beasts (かつて神だった獣たちへ, Katsute Kamidatta Kemono-tachi e) July 2014 Present Maybe
Tomodachi Game (トモダチゲーム) December 2013 Present Mikoto Yamaguchi, Yuki Sato
UQ Holder! (moved from Weekly Shōnen Magazine) September 2016 Present Ken Akamatsu
Shin Honkaku Mahō Shōjo Risuka (新本格魔法少女りすか) April 2021 Present Nao Emoto, Nisio Isin (original)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Boy's Manga" (in Japanese). Japanese Magazine Publishers Association. September 2016. Retrieved November 6, 2016.
  2. ^ "Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine to Launch in September". Anime News Network. June 24, 2009. Retrieved May 6, 2011.
  3. ^ "Sweet Poolside Manga by Flowers of Evil's Oshimi Gets Live-Action Film". Anime News Network. 2013-09-01. Retrieved 2014-01-13.

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