List of manga magazines

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For manga magazines published outside of Japan, see List of manga magazines published outside of Japan.

This is a list of manga magazines by country of publication (in Japan, or in other countries). The listings are sortable using the column headers (click the arrows next to each column title to sort by that column). All dates provided are by year as each magazine differs by how it is released. Some magazines that continue to be released have switched to online publishing only. For demographics the magazines are split up into five main age groups, these include:

  • Kodomo - magazines aimed at young children.
  • Shōjo - magazines aimed at girls/young women.
  • Shōnen - magazines aimed at boys/young men.
  • Josei - magazines aimed at older women.
  • Seinen - magazines aimed at older men.

Some of the entries have a "Mixed" demographic meaning both girls and boys, while others are unknown due to a lack of sourcing.

Published in Japan[edit]

  •   Most recent issue published only online
Magazine name Japanese name Cover date of First Issue Cover date of Last Issue Demographic Frequency Publisher
4-Koma Nano Ace 4コマnanoエース March 9, 2011[1] September 9, 2013[1] Shōnen/Seinen Monthly Kadokawa Shoten [1]
This magazine was published monthly for only three years but in that time covered titles such as The Melancholy of Haruhi-chan Suzumiya, Lucky Star, and Nichijō.
Altima Ace アルティマエース October 18, 2011[2] October 18, 2012[2] Shōjo[3] Bi-monthly Kadokawa Shoten [2]
Altima Ace was published bi-monthly for a year before being discontinued. Its most notable work was a manga adaptation of the Japanese television series Biblia Koshodō no Jiken Techō.
Amazing Comics アメージングコミックス May 31, 1988[4] April 30, 1989[4] Mixed Bi-monthly Kasakura Shuppansha[4]
Publication started in May 1988 and ended in April 30, 1989 with issue #5. The magazine mainly Sci-Fi, and horror related manga.[4]
Aqua BL Kingdom[5] アクアBLキングダム 2007 2013 Josei Bi-monthly Oakla Publishing
 
Aria アリア September 1, 2010[6]   Shōjo/Josei[7][8] Monthly Kodansha
Aria is an ongoing magazine aimed at the Shōjo/Josei demographic. Notable titles that have been published in this magazine include Ani - Imo, First Love Monster, Manga Dogs, and Attack on Titan: No Regrets.
Asuka Ciel あすかCIEL November 10, 1993[9] March 10, 1994[9] Shōjo Bi-monthly Kadokawa Shoten[9]
 
Asuka Fantasy DX 月刊ASUKAファンタジーDX January 20, 1991[10] 2000 Shōjo Monthly Kadokawa Shoten[10]
Asuka Fantasy DX or Fantasy DX focused on Sci-fi manga that was targeted to a Shōjo readership. Titles included The Heroic Legend of Arslan, Cowboy Bebop, and Magic User's Club.
Be x Boy B-Boy December 1, 1993[11] Ongoing Shōjo Monthly Libre Publishing[11]
Be x Boy is an ongoing monthly Shōjo manga magazine that is published by Libre Publishing.
Be x Boy Gold[12] 小説b-Boy July 1997[13]   Josei Bi-monthly Libre Publishing [13]
Be x Boy Gold is a split off from Be x Boy, it is targeted though to a Josei readership.
Be-Love ビー·ラブ 1980   Josei[14] Semi-monthly Kodansha
Started in 1980, Be-Love is a leading manga magazine for adult women.
Bessatsu CoroCoro Comic 別冊コロコロコミック 1977   Kodomo (male)[15] Monthly Shogakukan
Bessatsu CoroCoro Comic s targeted towards elementary school aged boys. Several of its properties, like Doraemon and the Pokémon series of games, have gone on to be cultural phenomena in Japan.
Bessatsu Friend
(formerly Bessatsu Shoujo Friend)
別冊フレンド
(別冊少女フレンド)
1965[16] Ongoing Shōjo[14][17] Monthly[16] Kodansha [16]
Originally published as Bessatsu Shoujo Friend between 1965 until December 1984.[16]
Bessatsu Hana to Yume 別冊花とゆめ August 10, 1977[18] Ongoing Shōjo[17] Monthly Hakusensha [18]
 
Bessatsu Margaret 別冊マーガレット January 1964[19] Ongoing Shōjo[17][20] Monthly Shueisha [19]
 
Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine (2009) 別冊少年マガジン 2009   Shōnen[15] Monthly Kodansha
 
Bessatsu Shōnen Sunday 別冊少年サンデー 1960[21] 1974 Shōnen Quarterly,
Monthly
Shogakukan
Published quarterly from Spring 1960 to Winter 1964,[21] then monthly from January 1965 until March 1974. Sluggish sales and the 1973 oil crisis paper shortage caused the closure. It had a short-lived spinoff titled Deluxe Shōnen Sunday. Titles included Android Kikaider, The Return of Ultraman, Kikaider 01, Obake no Q-tarō, Osomatsu-kun, and Ultraman Ace.
Betsucomi
(formerly Bessatsu Shoujo Comic)
ベツコミ
(別冊少女コミック)
May 1, 1970[22] Ongoing Shōjo[20] Monthly[22] Shogakukan[22]
Launched as Bessatsu Shoujo Comic in May 1970 and name changed to Betsucomi in May 2002.
Big Comic ビッグコミック 1968[23] Ongoing Seinen[24][25] Semi-monthly[23] Shogakukan[23]
Originally published monthly, the magazine changed format to semi monthly from April 1969.[23]
Big Comic Original ビッグコミックオリジナル 1972   Seinen[24][25] Semi-monthly Shogakukan
 
Big Comic Spirits ビッグコミックスピリッツ November 15, 1980[26] Ongoing Seinen[14][25] Weekly Shogakukan
Started as monthly magazine in November 1980 and changed to Bi-Weekly on July 30, 1981.[26] became a weekly magazine in April 1986[27]
Big Comic Superior ビッグコミックスペリオール July 15, 1987[28] Ongoing Seinen[24][25] Semi-monthly Shogakukan [28]
 
Boy's Life ボーイズライフ 1963 1969 Shōnen[24] Monthly Shogakukan
 
Business Jump ビジネスジャンプ July 1985[29] November 2, 2011[30] Seinen[14] Bi-weekly Shueisha [29]
Began as a monthly magazine until March 1986 when it changed to bi weekly.[29][30] It was finally closed alongside Super Jump and was succeeded by Grand Jump.[31]
Champion Red チャンピオンレッド 2002   Shōnen[32][33][34][35] Monthly Akita Shoten
 
Champion Red Ichigo チャンピオンレッドいちご 2006 2014 Seinen Bi-monthly Akita Shoten
Red Ichigo was a series of special editions of Champion Red that was aimed at Seinen readership. The series lasted until 2014 when it was discontinued.[36]
Chara Charaの本棚 1994   Shōjo Bi-monthly Tokuma Shoten
 
Charano! キャラの! 2006 2013 Mixed Bi-monthly Hobby Japan
 
Cheese! チーズ! October 1, 1996[37] Ongoing Shōjo[14] Monthly[37] Shogakukan [37]
 
Chuchu ちゅちゅ 2005 2009 Shōjo[14] Monthly Shogakukan
 
Ciao
(formerly Weekly Shōjo Ciao)
ちゃお
(週刊少女コミックちゃお)
1976[38] Ongoing Shōjo[14][17] Monthly Shogakukan [38]
Changed name to Ciao from October 1, 1977.[39]
Ciel Tres Tres[40] シエル トレトレ 2002 2014[41] Unknown Bi-monthly Kadokawa Shoten
 
Cocohana
(formerly Chorus)
コーラス 1994   Josei[8] Monthly Shueisha
 
COM コム 1967 1972 Shōnen Monthly Osamu Tezuka
 
Comi Digi + 隔月コミデジ+ 2006 2008 Seinen Bi-monthly Flex Comix
 
Comic Beam コミックビーム 1995   Seinen[42] Monthly Enterbrain
 
Comic Birz 月刊コミックバーズ 1996   Seinen[24] Monthly Gentosha
 
Comic Blade Brownie コミックブレイドブラウニー 2008 2009 Shōnen/Shōjo Issued once Mag Garden
 
Comic Blade Masamune コミックブレイドマサムネ 2002 2007 Shōnen Bi-monthly Mag Garden
 
Comic BomBom コミックボンボン 1981 2007 Kodomo (male)[43] Monthly Kodansha
 
Comic Cue[44] コミックCUE 1994 2003 Unknown Semi-annually East Press
 
Comic Earth Star コミック アース・スター 2011   Shōnen Monthly Earth Star Entertainment
 
Comic Gum コミックガム 1996   Seinen Monthly Wani Books
 
Comic High! コミック·ハイ! 2004   Seinen[45] Monthly Futabasha
 
Comic LO 成年コミックエルオー 2002   Lolicon[46] Monthly Akane Shinsha
 
Comic MegaStore[47] コミックメガストア 2003 2013 Unknown Monthly Core Magazine
 
Comic MegaStore H[48] コミックメガストアH 2003   Unknown Monthly Core Magazine
 
Comic Rex コミックレックス 2005   Shōnen Monthly Ichijinsha
 
Comic Rush 月刊コミックラッシュ 2004 2014 Shōnen Monthly Jive
 
Comic Sylph シルフ 2006   Shōjo[20] Monthly ASCII Media Works
 
Comic Valkyrie コミックヴァルキリー 2006   Seinen[49] Bi-monthly Kill Time Communication
 
Comic Yuri Hime コミック百合姫 2005   Shōjo[50] Monthly Ichijinsha
 
Comic Yuri Hime S コミック百合姫S 2007 2010[51] Shōnen/Seinen[52] Quarterly Ichijinsha
 
Comp Ace コンプ エース 2005   Shōnen Monthly Kadokawa Shoten
 
Comptiq コンプティーク 1983   Mixed Monthly Kadokawa Shoten
 
Cookie クッキー 1999   Shōjo/Josei[8][14] Bi-monthly Shueisha
 
CoroCoro Comic 月刊コロコロコミック 1977   Kodomo (male)[15] Monthly Shogakukan
 
CoroCoro Ichiban![53] コロコロイチバン! 2005   Kodomo (male)[15] Monthly Shogakukan
 
Craft クラフト 1999   Unknown Quarterly Taiyou Tosho
 
Dengeki Comic Gao! 月刊電撃コミックガオ! 1992 2008 Shōnen[54] Monthly MediaWorks
 
Dengeki Daioh 月刊コミック電撃大王 1994   Shōnen[14][55] Monthly ASCII Media Works
 
Dengeki G's Festival! Comic 電撃G's Festival! COMIC 2007   Mixed Irregular ASCII Media Works
 
Dengeki G's Magazine 電撃G's magazine 1992   Mixed Monthly ASCII Media Works
 
Dengeki hp 電撃hp 1998 2007 Seinen Bi-monthly MediaWorks
 
Dengeki Kuro Maoh 電撃黒「マ)王 2007 2010 Seinen Quarterly ASCII Media Works
 
Dengeki Maoh 電撃「マ)王 2005   Seinen Monthly ASCII Media Works
 
Dengeki Moeoh 電撃萌王 2002   Seinen[56] Bi-monthly ASCII Media Works
 
Dengeki Teioh 電撃帝王 2004 2006 Seinen Quarterly ASCII Media Works
 
Dessert デザート 1996 Shōjo/Josei[14][8] Monthly Kodansha
 
Dragon Age Pure ドラゴンエイジピュア 2006 2009 Shōnen Bi-monthly Fujimi Shobo
 
drap[57] ドラ 2000   Unknown Monthly Independent
 
Evening イブニング 2001   Seinen[25][58] Bi-weekly Kodansha
 
Feel Young フィール·ヤング 1989   Josei[14] Monthly Shodensha
 
For Mrs. フォアミセス 1986   Josei[59] Monthly Akita Shoten
 
Gangan Powered ガンガンパワード 2001 2009 Shōnen Monthly Square Enix
 
Garo ガロ 1964 2002 Unknown Monthly Katsuichi Nagai
 
Gessan
(also referred to as Monthly Shōnen Sunday)
ゲッサン 2009   Shōnen[15] Monthly Shogakukan
 
GFantasy 月刊Gファンタジー 1993   Mixed Monthly Square Enix
 
Good! Afternoon good!アフタヌーン 2008   Seinen[25] Monthly Kodansha
 
Grand Jump グランドジャンプ 2011   Seinen[25][60] Semi-monthly Shueisha
Formed from the closure and merger of Business Jump and Super Jump.
Gundam Ace ガンダムエース 2001   Seinen[56] Monthly Kadokawa Shoten
 
Hana to Yume 花とゆめ 1974   Shōjo[14][17] Semi-monthly Hakusensha
 
Hanaoto[61] 花音 1994   Josei[59] Monthly Houbunsha
 
Jossie[62] ジョシィ 1998 1998 Josei Irregular Hakusensha
 
Jump Square ジャンプスクエア 2007   Shōnen[15] Monthly Shueisha
 
June (manga magazine) コミックJUNE 1978 2004 Unknown Bi-monthly Magazine Magazine
 
Keitai Manga Town[63] ケータイまんがタウン 2006   Unknown Monthly Futabasha
 
Kerokero Ace ケロケロエース 2007 2013 Shōnen Monthly Kadokawa Shoten
 
Kiss キス 2007   Josei[14] Monthly Kodansha
 
LaLa ララ 1976   Shōjo[14][17] Monthly Hakusensha
 
LaLa DX ララ デラックス 1983   Shōjo[17] Bi-monthly Hakusensha
 
Lemon People レモンピープル 1981 1998 Unknown Monthly Kubo Shoten
 
Love Silky[64]
(formerly Silky)
ラブシルキー 2013   Josei[65] Monthly Hakusensha
 
Lupin III Official Magazine ルパン三世officialマガジン August 27, 2004[66] Unknown Quarterly Futabasha
 
Magazine Special 少年マガジンSPECIAL September 5, 1983[67] February 2017 (scheduled)[68] Shōnen[15] Monthly [67] Kodansha [67]
In August 2016 it was announced that the magazine would close with it's February 2017 issue.[68]
Magi-Cu マジキュー 2001 2007 Shōnen/Seinen Monthly Enterbrain
 
Manga 4-koma Kings Palette まんが4コマKINGSぱれっと 2006   Unknown Monthly Ichijinsha
 
Manga Action
(formerly Weekly Manga Action)
週刊漫画アクション 1967 Seinen[14] Bi-weekly Futabasha
 
Manga Burikko 漫画ブリッコ November 1, 1982[69] February 1986[69] Lolicon[70] Monthly Serufu Shuppan[69]
 
Manga Club[71] まんがくらぶ 1987   Unknown Monthly Takeshobo
 
Manga Club Original[72] まんがくらぶオリジナル 1999   Unknown Monthly Takeshobo
 
Manga Erotics F マンガ·エロティクス·エフ 2001 2014 Mixed Bi-monthly Ohta Publishing
 
Manga Home まんがホーム 1987   Josei[59] Monthly Houbunsha
 
Manga Life まんがライフ 1984   Unknown Monthly Takeshobo
 
Manga Life Momo[73] まんがライフMOMO 2003   Unknown Monthly Takeshobo
 
Manga Life Original[74] まんがライフオリジナル 1988   Unknown Monthly Takeshobo
 
Manga Time[75] まんがタイム 1981   Seinen[42] Monthly Houbunsha
 
Manga Time Family[75] まんがタイムファミリー 1984   Josei[59] Monthly Houbunsha
 
Manga Time Jumbo まんがタイムジャンボ 1995   Seinen[42] Monthly Houbunsha
 
Manga Time Kirara まんがタイムきらら 2002   Seinen[42] Monthly Houbunsha
 
Manga Time Kirara Carat まんがタイムきららCarat 2003   Unknown Monthly Houbunsha
 
Manga Time Kirara Forward まんがタイムきららフォワード 2006   Seinen[42] Monthly Houbunsha
 
Manga Time Kirara Max まんがタイムきららMAX 2004   Seinen[42] Monthly Houbunsha
 
Manga Time Lovely[75] まんがタイムラブリー 1993 2011 Unknown Monthly Houbunsha
 
Manga Time Original まんがタイムオリジナル 1982   Seinen[42] Monthly Houbunsha
 
Manga Time Special[75] まんがタイムスペシャル 1992   Josei[59] Monthly Houbunsha
 
Manga Town[76] まんがタウン 2000   Unknown Monthly Futabasha
 
Margaret マーガレット 1963   Shōjo[14][17] Bi-weekly Shueisha
 
Megami Magazine メガミマガジン 1999   Seinen Monthly Gakken
 
Melody メロディ 1997   Josei[8] Bi-monthly Hakusensha
 
Monthly Afternoon アフタヌーン 1986   Seinen[24] Monthly Kodansha
 
Monthly Asuka 月刊あすか 1985   Shōjo[14] Monthly Kadokawa Shoten
 
Monthly Big Comic Spirits 月刊!スピリッツ 2009   Seinen[24][25] Monthly Shogakukan
 
Monthly Comic @Bunch
(formerly Weekly Comic Bunch)
月刊コミック@バンチ 2011   Seinen Monthly Shinchosha
 
Monthly Comic Alive 月刊コミックアライブ 2006   Seinen Monthly Media Factory
 
Monthly Comic Avarus
(formerly Monthly Comic Blade Avarus)
月刊コミックアヴァルス
(formerly 月刊コミックブレイドアヴァルス)
2007   Shōjo[77] Monthly Mag Garden
 
Monthly Comic Blade 月刊コミックブレイド 2002   Shōnen/Shōjo Irregular Mag Garden
 
Monthly Comic Dragon 月刊コミックドラゴン 1992 2003 Shōnen Monthly Fujimi Shobo
 
Monthly Comic Flapper コミックフラッパー 1999   Seinen Monthly Media Factory
 
Monthly Comic Garden 月刊コミックガーデン 2014   Shōnen/Shōjo Monthly Mag Garden
 
Monthly Comic Gene 月刊コミックジーン 2011   Shōjo[78] Monthly Media Factory
 
Monthly Comic NORA[79] 月刊コミックNORA 1986 1998 Shōnen Monthly Gakken
 
Monthly Comic Ryū 月刊COMICリュウ 1979   Seinen Monthly Tokuma Shoten
 
Monthly Comic Zenon 月刊コミックゼノン 2010   Seinen Monthly Tokuma Shoten
 
Monthly Comic Zero Sum 月刊コミックZERO-SUM 2002   Josei[80] Monthly Ichijinsha
 
Monthly Dragon Age
(formerly Monthly Comic Dragon)
月刊ドラゴンエイジ 2003   Shōnen[56] Monthly Fujimi Shobo
 
Monthly Dragon Magazine ドラゴンマガジン 1988   Shōnen Bi-monthly Fujimi Shobo
 
Monthly Flowers
(formerly Petit Flower)
月刊flowers
(プチフラワー)
May 1, 1980[81] Ongoing Josei Monthly[82] Shogakukan[81]
Published quarterly from launch until November 1981. Relaunched as bimonthly January 1982 and then monthly from March 1984.[81] Renamed to Monthly Flowers in June 2002.[82]
Monthly Gangan Joker 月刊ガンガンJOKER 2009   Shōnen Monthly Square Enix
 
Monthly Gangan Wing 月刊ガンガンWING 1996 2009 Shōnen Monthly Square Enix
 
Monthly Ikki 月刊IKKI April 1, 2003[83] 2014 Seinen[56] Monthly Shogakukan [83]
 
Monthly Magazine Z 月刊マガジンZ August 1, 1999[84] March 1, 2009[84] Seinen Monthly Kodansha[84]
 
Monthly Shōnen Champion
(formerly Bessatsu Shōnen Champion)
月刊少年チャンピオン 1970   Shōnen Monthly Akita Shoten
 
Monthly Shōnen Gangan 月刊少年ガンガン 1991   Shōnen[14] Monthly Square Enix
 
Monthly Shōnen Jump
(formerly Bessatsu Shōnen Jump)
月刊少年ジャンプ
(formerly 別冊少年ジャンプ)
1970 2007 Shōnen Monthly Shueisha
 
Monthly Shōnen Magazine
(formerly Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine)
月刊少年マガジン
(formerly 別冊少年マガジン)
1964   Shōnen[15] Monthly Kodansha
 
Monthly Shōnen Sirius 月刊少年シリウス 2005   Shōnen[15] Monthly Kodansha
 
Monthly Sunday Gene-X 月刊サンデーGENE-X 2000   Shōnen[56] Monthly Shogakukan
 
Morning 2 モーニング·ツー 2006   Seinen[25] Monthly Kodansha
 
Nakayoshi なかよし January 1, 1955[85]   Shōjo[14][17] Monthly[85] Kodansha [85]
 
Newtype ニュータイプ 1985   Mixed Monthly Kadokawa Shoten
 
Oh Super Jump オースーパージャンプ 2005 2011 Seinen Monthly Shueisha
 
Petit Comic プチコミック 1977   Josei[86] Monthly Shogakukan
 
Play Comic[87] プレイコミック 1968   Seinen[24] Semi-monthly Akita Shoten
 
Princess プリンセス January 1, 1975[88] Ongoing Shōjo[14] Monthly[88] Akita Shoten [88]
 
Princess Gold プリンセスGOLD April 1979[89]   Shōjo Semi-monthly Akita Shoten
Shōjo manga magazine published 9 times a year. Spinoff from Princess.
Pucchigumi ぷっちぐみ 2006   Kodomo (female)[90] Monthly Shogakukan
Pucchigumi is a children's magazine that was started in 2006, and is aimed towards female readership. The magazine publishes manga based off of media like My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic, but original titles include Fluffy, Fluffy Cinnamoroll, and Happy Kappy.
Ribon りぼん 1955   Shōjo[14][17] Monthly Shueisha
 
Ribon Original りぼんオリジナル 1981 2006 Shōjo Bi-monthly Shueisha
 
Saikyō Jump 最強ジャンプ 2010   Shōnen Bi-monthly Shueisha
 
Shōjo Comic 少女コミック 1968   Shōjo[14] Semi-monthly Shogakukan
 
Shōjo Friend 少女フレンド 1962 1996 Shōjo Monthly Kodansha
 
Shōnen Ai no Bigaku 少年愛の美学 2003 2008 Shotacon[91] Irregular Shobukan
 
Shōnen Ace 月刊少年エース 1994   Shōnen[14] Monthly Kadokawa Shoten
 
Shōnen Big Comic
(formerly Weekly Shōnen Big Comic & Manga-kun)
少年ビッグコミック
(formerly 週刊少年ビッグコミック and マンガくん)
1976 1987 Shōnen Bi-weekly Shogakukan
 
Shōnen Book 少年ブック 1958 1969 Shōnen Monthly Shueisha
 
Shōnen Edge[92] 少年マガジンエッジ 2015   Shōnen/Shōjo[93][94] Monthly Kodansha
 
Shōnen Rival 月刊少年ライバル 2008 2014 Shōnen[95] Monthly Kodansha
 
Shōnen Sekai 少年世界 1895 1914 Shōnen Monthly Hakubunkan
 
Shōnen Sunday Super
(formerly Shōnen Sunday Zokan)
少年サンデー超
(formerly 週刊少年サンデー増刊号)
1978   Shōnen[15] Monthly Shogakukan
 
Silky シルキー 1985v 2013 Josei[14] Bi-monthly Hakusensha
 
Super Jump スーパージャンプ 1986 2011 Seinen[60] Bi-weekly Shueisha
 
Televi-Kun てれびくん June 1976[96]   Kodomo[90][97] Monthly Shogakukan<[96]
 
The Hana to Yume ザ花とゆめ 1999   Shōjo Bi-monthly Hakusensha
 
Tsubomi つぼみ February 27, 2009[98] 2012 Unknown Quarterly/Bi-monthly Houbunsha [98]
 
Ultra Jump ウルトラ ジャンプ 1999   Seinen[14] Monthly Shueisha
 
V Jump ブイジャンプ 1993   Shōnen Monthly Shueisha
 
Weekly Comic Bunch 週刊コミックバンチ May 29, 2001[99] September 10, 2010[99] Seinen[56] Weekly Coamix/Shinchosha [99]
 
Weekly Manga Goraku 週刊漫画ゴラク 1968   Seinen[42] Weekly Nihon Bungeisha
 
Weekly Manga Sunday 週刊漫画サンデー 1959 2013 Seinen Weekly Jitsugyo no Nihon Sha
 
Weekly Manga Times 週刊漫画TIMES 1956v   Seinen[42][100] Weekly Houbunsha
 
Weekly Morning
(formerly Comic Morning)
週刊モーニング
(formerly コミックモーニング)
1982   Seinen[24] Weekly Kodansha
 
Weekly Shōnen Champion 週刊少年チャンピオン 1969   Shōnen[14] Weekly Akita Shoten
 
Weekly Shōnen Jump
(formerly Shōnen Jump)
週刊少年ジャンプ
(formerly 少年ジャンプ)
August 1, 1968[101]   Shōnen[14][15] Weekly Shueisha
 
Weekly Shōnen Magazine 週刊少年マガジン 1959   Shōnen[15][102] Weekly Kodansha
 
Weekly Shōnen Sunday 週刊少年サンデー 1959   Shōnen[14][15] Weekly Shogakukan
 
Weekly Young Jump 週刊ヤングジャンプ 1979   Seinen[14][25] Weekly Shueisha
 
Weekly Young Sunday 週刊ヤングサンデー 1987 2008 Seinen[24] Weekly Shogakukan
 
Wings 月刊ウィングス 1982   Shōjo[14] Monthly Shinshokan
 
You ユー 1980   Josei[8] Semi-monthly Shueisha
 
Young Ace ヤングエース 2009   Seinen Monthly Kadokawa Shoten
 
Young Animal
(formerly Animal House)
ヤングアニマル
(formerly アニマルハウス)
1989   Seinen[14][25] Bi-weekly Hakusensha
 
Young Animal Arashi ヤングアニマル嵐 2000   Seinen[25] Monthly Hakusensha
 
Young Champion ヤングチャンピオン 1988   Seinen[42] Semi-monthly Akita Shoten
 
Young Comic ヤングコミック 1967   Seinen[24][42] Monthly Shōnen Gahōsha
 
Young Gangan ヤングガンガン 2004   Seinen Semi-monthly Square Enix
 
Young King ヤングキング 1987   Seinen[42] Bi-weekly Shōnen Gahōsha
 
Young King OURs ヤングキングアワーズ 1993   Seinen[14][42] Monthly Shōnen Gahōsha
 
Young Magazine 週刊ヤングマガジン 1980   Seinen[24][42] Weekly Kodansha
 
Young Magazine Uppers ヤングマガジンアッパーズ April 15, 1998[103] November 2, 2004[103] Seinen Semi-monthly Kodansha [103]
 
Young You ヤングユー June 10, 1986[104] November 1, 2005[104] Josei[14] Monthly Shueisha [104]
 
Yuri Shimai 百合姉妹 2003 2004 Unknown Quarterly Sun Magazine
 
Zero Sum Ward[105] ゼロサムWARD 2003 2015 Josei[106] Bi-Monthly Ichijinsha
 
Zōkan Young Gangan 増刊ヤングガンガン 2007   Seinen Irregular Square Enix
 

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