Brutus (magazine)

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Brutus (ブルータス?) is a Japanese magazine devoted to pop culture, lifestyles, and culture in Tokyo, Japan by Magazine World.[1][2] A popular magazine,[3] it had a circulation of 88,543 as of May 2009 with a target audience of 20- to 50-year-old trend-conscious males.[4]


  1. ^ L. Erik Bratt date=May 13, 1992. "Clear sailing for some". The San Diego Union - Tribune. 
  2. ^ David Holley (March 27, 1995). "Japanese Guru". Los Angeles Times. He was interviewed sympathetically, for example, for an article on new religions published in the well-respected magazine Brutus in 1991. 
  3. ^ "Brutus magazine seeks Saipan appeal for cartoon magazines". Saipan Tribune. May 2, 2009. Retrieved November 4, 2009. 

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