List of manga series by volume count

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The list of manga series by volume count is a list of manga series that span at least 40 tankōbon volumes. There are 158 manga series from which 89 series are completed and 69 series are in ongoing serialization. Ongoing series are highlighted in light green.

Series count[edit]

The list also notes the number of volumes and chapters, the author, the Japanese magazine in which it was originally serialized and its frequency, publisher and date of release of first and last (latest) volume of respective manga volume.


Sr.
No.
Volumes Chapters Title Author Magazine (frequency)
Publisher
First chapter[n 1]
First volume
Latest chapter
Latest volume
1 205[n 2] Dokaben (ドカベン) Shinji Mizushima Weekly Shōnen Champion (weekly)
Akita Shoten
April 24, 1972[1]
October 21, 1972[2]
June 28, 2018[3]
2 200 1,960 Kochira Katsushika-ku Kameari Kōen-mae Hashutsujo
(こちら葛飾区亀有公園前派出所)
Osamu Akimoto Weekly Shōnen Jump (weekly)
Shueisha
September 1976[4]
July 9, 1977[5]
September 17, 2016[6]
3 190 Golgo 13 (ゴルゴ13) Takao Saito Big Comic (semimonthly)
Shogakukan
October 1968[7]
June 21, 1973[8]
Ongoing
4 147 Minami no Teiō
(ミナミの帝王)
Dai Tennōji,
Rikiya Gō
Weekly Manga Goraku (weekly)
Nihon Bungeisha
March 1992[9]
March 1992[10]
Ongoing
5 146 1,291[n 3] Cooking Papa
(クッキングパパ)
Tochi Ueyama Weekly Morning (weekly)
Kodansha
1985[11]
January 18, 1986[12]
Ongoing
6 132[n 4] 959[n 5] Grappler Baki
(グラップラー刃牙)
Keisuke Itagaki Weekly Shōnen Champion (weekly)
Akita Shoten
1991[13]
February 21, 1992[14]
Ongoing
7 121[n 6] 921[n 7] JoJo's Bizarre Adventure
(ジョジョの奇妙な冒険)
Hirohiko Araki Weekly Shōnen Jump (weekly)
Ultra Jump (monthly)
Shueisha
December 2, 1986
August 10, 1987[15]
Ongoing
8 122 1,216 Hajime no Ippo (はじめの一歩) George Morikawa Weekly Shōnen Magazine (weekly)
Kodansha
1989[16]
February 17, 1990[17]
Ongoing
9 111 Oishinbo (美味しんぼ) Tetsu Kariya,
Akira Hanasaki
Big Comic Spirits (monthly)
Shogakukan
October 1983[18]
November 30, 1984[19]
Ongoing
10 112 Haguregumo (浮浪雲) George Akiyama Big Comic Original (semimonthly)
Shogakukan
1973[20]
June 6, 1975[21]
2017
January 30, 2018
11 111[n 8] Nijitte Monogatari (弐十手物語) Kazuo Koike,
Satomi Kōe
Weekly Post (weekly)
Shogakukan
March 1978
April 27, 1981[22]
October 15, 2012
12 108 1,175 Shizukanaru Don – Yakuza Side Story
(静かなるドン)
Tatsuo Nitta Weekly Manga Sunday (weekly)
Jitsugyo no Nihon Sha
November 15, 1988[23]
April 6, 1989[24]
January 8, 2013[25]
13 107 976 Abu-san (あぶさん) Shinji Mizushima Big Comic Original (semimonthly)
Shogakukan
1973[26]
May 15, 1974[27]
February 5, 2014[28]
March 28, 2014[29]
14 106[n 9] 499[n 10] Ginga Legend Weed
(銀牙伝説WEED)
Yoshihiro Takahashi Weekly Manga Goraku (weekly)
Nihon Bungeisha
May 1999[30]
January 2000[31]
Ongoing
15 103 Onihei Hankachō (コミック 鬼平犯科帳) Takao Saito Comic Ran
LEED Publishing, Bungeishunjū
1993 Ongoing
16 100 Asari-chan (あさりちゃん) Mayumi Muroyama Various Kodomo Magazines
Shogakukan
1978[32]
April 26, 1980[33]
2014[32]
February 28, 2014[34]
17 100[n 11] 11,241 Little Rascal Kobo-chan
(コボちゃん)
Masashi Ueda Yomiuri Shimbun (daily)
Soyosha, Houbunsha
April 1, 1982[35]
December 1982[36]
Ongoing
18 99[n 12] Patalliro! (パタリロ!) Mineo Maya Hana to Yume (semimonthly)
Hakusensha
1979[37]
October 20, 1979[38]
Ongoing
19 99 724[n 13] Tsuribaka Nisshi (釣りバカ日誌) Jūzō Yamasaki,
Kenichi Kitami
Big Comic Original (semimonthly)
Shogakukan
1979[39]
July 29, 1980[40]
Ongoing
20 98[n 14] 499[n 3] Captain Tsubasa
(キャプテン翼)
Yōichi Takahashi Weekly Shōnen Jump,
Weekly Young Jump (weekly)
Shueisha
1981[41]
January 1982[42]
Ongoing
21 94 1,000[n 3] Detective Conan
(Case Closed)
(名探偵コナン)
Gosho Aoyama Weekly Shōnen Sunday (weekly)
Shogakukan
January 19, 1994
June 18, 1994[43]
Ongoing
22 94[n 15] 78[n 16] Kōtarō Makaritōru!
(コータローまかりとおる!)
Tatsuya Hiruta Weekly Shōnen Magazine (weekly)
Kodansha
1982
January 20, 1983[44]
2004
October 15, 2004[45]
23 93 Tenpai (天牌) Tomoshi Kuga,
Nobuaki Minegishi
Weekly Manga Goraku (weekly)
Nihon Bungeisha
May 1999[46]
October 1999[47]
Ongoing
24 92 600[n 3] Edomae no Shun
(江戸前の旬)
Mori Tsukumo,
Terushi Satō
Weekly Manga Goraku (weekly)
Nihon Bungeisha
1999
February 2000[48]
Ongoing
25 91[n 17] 747 Major Takuya Mitsuda Weekly Shōnen Sunday (weekly)
Shogakukan
1994[49]
January 13, 1995[50]
Ongoing
26 89 912[n 3] One Piece Eiichiro Oda Weekly Shōnen Jump (weekly)
Shueisha
July 19, 1997[51]
December 24, 1997[52]
Ongoing
27 85[n 18] Super Doctor K (スーパードクターK) Kazuo Mafune Weekly Shōnen Magazine (weekly), Evening
Kodansha
1988 Ongoing
28 82[n 19] Super Radical Gag Family
(浦安鉄筋家族)
Hamaoka Kenji Weekly Shōnen Champion (weekly)
Akita Shoten
January 28, 1993 Ongoing
29 81 391 Nanto Magoroku
(なんと孫六)
Kei Sadayasu Monthly Shōnen Magazine (monthly)
Kodansha
1981
August 20, 1981[53]
May 2, 2014[54]
July 14, 2014[55]
30 81[n 20] Tough (高校鉄拳伝タフ) Tetsuya Saruwatari Weekly Young Jump (weekly)
Shueisha
1993
March 18, 1994[56]
August 2012
August 17, 2012[57]
31 81 731 Sōmubu Sōmuka Yamaguchi Roppeita
(総務部総務課山口六平太)
Norio Hayashi, Ken'ichirō Takai Big Comic (semimonthly)
Shogakukan
1986[58]
January 30, 1987[59]
November 2016
January 30, 2017
32 79[n 21] Ironfist Chinmi
(鉄拳チンミ)
Takeshi Maekawa Weekly Shōnen Magazine (weekly)
Kodansha
December 1983[60]
February 1987[61]
Ongoing
33 78 488 Zero: The Man of the Creation
(ゼロ THE MAN OF THE CREATION)
Shirō Toozaki,
Kei Satomi
Super Jump (semimonthly)
Shueisha
1990[62]
September 10, 1991[63]
December 2011
December 19, 2011[64]
34 78[n 22] 288[n 23] Dear Boys Hiroki Yagami Monthly Shōnen Magazine (monthly)
Kodansha
1989[citation needed]
December 16, 1989[65]
2017
February 17, 2017
35 76[n 24] 459[n 3] The Kindaichi Case Files
(金田一少年の事件簿)
Yōzaburō Kanari,
Seimaru Amagi,
Fumiya Satō
Weekly Shōnen Magazine (weekly)
Kodansha
1992[66]
February 17, 1993[67]
2017
November 17, 2017
36 75 Marugoshi Deka
(まるごし刑事)
Ken Kitashiba,
Michio Watanabe
Weekly Manga Sunday (weekly)
Jitsugyo no Nihon Sha
1986
September 1986
2003
March 29, 2003[68]
37 75[n 25] Seito Shokun! (生徒諸君!) Shoji Yoko Shōjo Friend (monthly)
Kodansha
Be Love (bimonthly)
Kodansha
1977
February 15, 1978[69]
Ongoing
38 75 204[n 26] Inochi no Utsuwa
(いのちの器)
Kimiko Uehara For Mrs. (monthly)
Akita Shoten
1991[70]
September 22, 1994[71]
Ongoing
39 74 692[n 26] Gin Tama (銀魂) Hideaki Sorachi Weekly Shōnen Jump (weekly)
Shueisha
2003
December 8, 2003[72]
Ongoing
40 74[n 27] Kachō Kōsaku Shima
(課長島耕作)
Hirokane Kenshi Morning (weekly)
Kodansha
1983[73]
June 14, 1985[74]
Ongoing
41 74 594[n 28] Futari Ecchi
(ふたりエッチ)
Katsu Aki Young Animal (semimonthly)
Hakusensha
1997
August 29, 1997[75]
Ongoing
42 74[n 29] Hakuryuu (白竜) Dai Tennouji,
Michio Watanabe
Manga Goraku
Nihon Bungeisha
1996
June 1997
Ongoing
43 74 706[n 30] Bleach Tite Kubo Weekly Shōnen Jump (weekly)
Shueisha
2001[76]
January 5, 2002[77]
August 22, 2016
November 4, 2016
44 73[n 31] Kattobi Itto
(かっとび一斗)
Motoki Monma Monthly Shōnen Jump (monthly)
Shueisha
1986
June 1986
2007
September 4, 2007
45 73[n 32] Kabachitare! (カバチタレ!) Takashi Tajima,
Takahiro Kochi
Weekly Morning (weekly)
Kodansha
1999 Ongoing
46 72[n 33] 710 Naruto
(NARUTO -ナルト-)
Masashi Kishimoto Weekly Shōnen Jump (weekly)
Shueisha
September 20, 1999[78]
March 3, 2000[79]
November 10, 2014
February 4, 2015
47 71 387[n 34] Dreams Tarō Nami,
Sanbanchi Kawa
Weekly Shōnen Magazine (weekly)
Magazine SPECIAL (monthly)
Kodansha
1996
November 15, 1996[80]
Ongoing
48 71 Kaze no Daichi (風の大地) Nobuhiro Sakata,
Eiji Kazama
Big Comic Original (semimonthly)
Shogakukan
1990
March 30, 1991[81]
Ongoing
49 70[n 35] Shura no Mon (修羅の門) Masatoshi Kawahara Monthly Shōnen Magazine
Kodansha
April 1987
October 8, 1987[82]
November 1996
May 16, 1997[83]
50 67 Jarinko Chie (じゃりン子チエ
, Chie the Urchin)
Etsumi Haruki Weekly Manga Action (weekly)
Futabasha
1978
May 1979[84]
1997
November 1997[85]
51 67[n 36] 541 Dirgeful Industrial Volleyboys (工業哀歌バレーボーイズ) Hiroyuki Murada Weekly Young Magazine (weekly)
Kodansha
1989
July 17, 1989[86]
2011
July 6, 2011[87]
52 66[n 37] Jingi (JINGI 仁義) Ayumi Tachihara Young Champion
Akita Shoten
1988
December 19, 1988
October 24, 2017[88]
November 20, 2017
53 65 Sunset on Third Street
(三丁目の夕日 夕焼けの詩)
Ryōhei Saigan Big Comic Original (semimonthly)
Shogakukan
1974
September 29, 1975[89]
Ongoing
54 65[n 38] 423[n 39] Kaiji (カイジ) Nobuyuki Fukumoto Weekly Young Magazine (weekly)
Kodansha
1996
September 6, 1996[90]
Ongoing
55 70[n 40] 581[n 3] The Prince of Tennis
(テニスの王子様)
Takeshi Konomi Weekly Shōnen Jump (weekly),
Jump Square (monthly)
Shueisha
1999
January 7, 2000[91]
Ongoing
56 65 Fisherman Sanpei
(釣りキチ三平)
Takao Yaguchi Weekly Shōnen Magazine (weekly)
Kodansha
1973
February 18, 1974[92]
1983
May 16, 1983[93]
57 64[n 41] Boys Be... Masahiro Itabashi,
Hiroyuki Tamakoshi
Weekly Shōnen Magazine (weekly)
Magazine Special
Kodansha
1991[citation needed]
January 17, 1992[94]
February 2012
April 17, 2012[95]
58 64[n 42] Aji Ichi Monme (味いちもんめ) Zenta Abe
Yoshimi Kurata
Big Comic Superior
Shogakukan
1986 April 30, 2013
59 64[n 43] Duel Masters (デュエル・マスターズ) Shigenobu Matsumoto CoroCoro Comic (monthly)
Shogakukan
1999 Ongoing
60 64[n 44] Higanjima (彼岸島) Kōji Matsumoto Young Magazine (Weekly)
Kodansha
2002
April 4, 2003
Ongoing
61 63 545[n 3] Fairy Tail Hiro Mashima Weekly Shōnen Magazine (weekly)
Kodansha
August 2006
December 15, 2006[96]
July 26, 2017
December 26, 2017
62 63 Crest of the Royal Family
(王家の紋章)
Chieko Hosokawa Princess (monthly)
Akita Shoten
1976
February 1977
Ongoing
63 63 Rakudai Ninja Rantarō
(落第忍者乱太郎)
Sōbē Amako Asahi Shogaksei Shimbun
Asahi Shimbun
January 1986
March 1993[97]
Ongoing
64 62[n 45] The Chef (ザ・シェフ) Mai Tsurugina,
Tadashi Katō
Weekly Manga Goraku (weekly)
Bessatsu Manga Goraku (monthly)
Nihon Bungeisha
1985
May 1985
2013
November 28, 2013
65 62 635 Emblem Take 2
(代紋TAKE2)
Kazumasa Kiuchi,
Jun Watanabe
Weekly Young Magazine (weekly)
Kodansha
1990
July 17, 1990[98]
2004
April 30, 2005[99]
66 62 478 GodHand Teru
(ゴッドハンド輝)
Kazuki Yamamoto Weekly Shōnen Magazine (weekly)
Kodansha
2001
July 17, 2001[100]
2011
February 17, 2012[101]
67 62 Kaiketsu Zorori (かいけつゾロリ) Yutaka Hara Poplar Publishing 1987
November 1987
Ongoing
68 62 Kinnikuman (キン肉マン) Yudetamago Various Shōnen Magazines
Shueisha
May 1979[102]
February 15, 1980[103]
Ongoing
69 61 Kariage-kun (かりあげクン) Masashi Ueda Weekly Manga Action (weekly)
Futabasha
1980
December 5, 1980[104]
Ongoing
70 61 583[n 3] Kenichi: The Mightiest Disciple
(史上最強の弟子ケンイチ)
Syun Matsuena Weekly Shōnen Sunday (weekly)
Shogakukan
2002
August 9, 2002[105]
October 17, 2014
2014
71 60 Sangokushi (三国志) Yokoyama Mitsuteru Comic Tom (monthly)
Ushio Shuppansha
1971
April 20, 1974[106]
1986
October 20, 1988[107]
72 59[n 46] Arakure Knight (荒くれKNIGHT) Satoshi Yoshida Young King OURs (monthly)
Shōnen Gahōsha
Young Champion (semimonthly)
Akita Shoten
1995
January 1996
February 2016
March 18, 2016
73 59[n 47] Q.E.D. (Q.E.D. 証明終了) Motohiro Katou Mangazin E-on (monthly)
Kodansha
1997
December 16, 1998[108]
Ongoing
74 59[n 48] 454 Ace of Diamond
(ダイヤのA)
Yuji Terajima Weekly Shōnen Magazine (weekly)
Kodansha
2006
September 15, 2006[109]
Ongoing
75 58 242 Wataru ga Pyun!
(わたるがぴゅん!)
Tsuyoshi Nakaima Monthly Shōnen Jump (monthly)
Shueisha
1984
June 10, 1985[110]
2004
November 4, 2004[111]
76 57[n 49] 1,126[n 3] Crayon Shin-chan
(クレヨンしんちゃん)
Yoshito Usui Weekly Manga Action (weekly)
Futabasha
1990[citation needed]
April 11, 1992[112]
Ongoing
77 57 The Knight in the Area
(エリアの騎士)
Hiroaki Igano Weekly Shōnen Magazine (weekly)
Kodansha
2006
August 17, 2006[113]
2017
May 17, 2017
78 57 Mogura no Uta (土竜の唄) Noboru Takahashi Big Comic Spirits (weekly)
Shogakukan
2005
January 5, 2006
Ongoing
79 57[n 50] 158[n 51] Ryūrōden (龍狼伝) Yoshito Yamahara Monthly Shōnen Magazine (monthly)
Kodansha
1993
December 16, 1993[114]
Ongoing
80 56 558 Inuyasha (犬夜叉) Rumiko Takahashi Weekly Shōnen Sunday (weekly)
Shogakukan
1996[115]
April 18, 1997[116]
2008
February 18, 2009[117]
81 56[n 52] Wangan Midnight
(湾岸ミッドナイト)
Michiharu Kusunoki Big Comic Spirits,
Weekly Young Magazine (weekly)
Shogakukan, Kodansha
1990
January 8, 1993[118]
2015
May 29, 2015[119]
82 56 Tasogare Ryūseigun
(黄昏流星群)
Kenshi Hirokane Big Comic Original (semimonthly)
Shogakukan
November 20, 1995
June 29, 1996[120]
Ongoing
83 56 G・DEFEND Shuu Morimoto Ichiraci
Tosuisha
1993
May 1993
Ongoing
84 56[n 53] Drops of God (神の雫) Tadashi Agi Weekly Morning (weekly)
Kodansha
November 2004
March 23, 2004[121]
Ongoing
85 56 Yowamushi Pedal (弱虫ペダル) Wataru Watanabe Weekly Shōnen Champion (weekly)
Akita Shoten
2008
February 21, 2008
Ongoing
86 54 238 Alfheim no Kishi
(妖精国の騎士)
Seika Nakayama Princess (monthly)
Akita Shoten
1986
February 1987
2006
December 15, 2006[122]
87 53 586[n 3] Pokémon Adventures
(ポケットモンスターSPECIAL)
Hidenori Kusaka,
Mato ,
Satoshi Yamamoto
Shōgaku Yonen Sei, Shōgaku Gonen Sei,
Shōgaku Rokunen Sei (7 times per year)
Shogakukan
March 3, 1997[123]
August 8, 1997[124]
Ongoing
88 53 402[n 54] Super Mario-kun
(スーパーマリオくん)
Yukio Sawada CoroCoro Comic (monthly)
Shogakukan
1990
July 27, 1991[125]
Ongoing
89 52[n 55] 580 Midori no Makibaō (みどりのマキバオー) Tsunomaru Weekly Shōnen Jump, Weekly Playboy (weekly)
Shueisha
November 15, 1994 November 14, 2016
February 17, 2017
90 52 535[n 3] Hayate the Combat Butler
(ハヤテのごとく!)
Kenjiro Hata Weekly Shōnen Sunday (weekly)
Shogakukan
October 2004
February 18, 2005[126]
April 12, 2017[127]
June 16, 2017
91 51 4P Tanaka-kun (4P田中くん) Tarō Nami,
Sanbanchi Kawa
Weekly Shōnen Champion (weekly)
Akita Shoten
1986
December 1986
1996
August 1996
92 51[n 56] Ring ni Kakero
(リングにかけろ)
Masami Kurumada Weekly Shōnen Jump, Super Jump (weekly)
Shueisha
1977
January 1978
2009
February 4, 2009
93 51 456 Zettai Karen Children (絶対可憐チルドレン) Takashi Shiina Weekly Shōnen Sunday (weekly)
Shogakukan
August 2005
October 18, 2005
Ongoing
94 50 552 Kingdom (キングダム) Yasuhisa Hara Weekly Young Jump (weekly)
Shueisha
2006
September 2006
Ongoing
95 50[n 57] Hōchō Mushuku (包丁無宿) Yasuyuki Tagawa Weekly Manga Goraku (weekly)
Nihon Bungeisha
1982
September 1982
1998
August 1998
96 50 390[n 58] Karate Shōkōshi Kohinata Minoru
(空手小公子 小日向海流)
Yasushi Baba Weekly Young Magazine (weekly)
Kodansha
2000
July 6, 2000[128]
2012
October 5, 2012[129]
97 50 Maji! (本気!) Ayumi Tachihara Weekly Shōnen Champion
Akita Shoten
1986
January 1987
1996
October 1996
98 50[n 59] 433[n 60] Amai Seikatsu (甘い生活) Hikaru Yuzuki Business Jump (monthly)
Shueisha
1990
December 13, 1990[130]
Ongoing
99 50[n 61] Afro Tanaka (アフロ田中) Masaharu Noritsuke Big Comic Spirits (weekly)
Shogakukan
2002
April 26, 2002[131]
Ongoing
100 49 Glass Mask
(ガラスの仮面)
Suzue Miuchi Hana to Yume (semimonthly),
Bessatsu
Hana to Yume
(monthly)[n 62]
Hakusensha
1975
March 20, 1976[132]
Ongoing
101 49 534 Addicted to Curry
(華麗なる食卓)
Kazuki Funatsu Weekly Young Jump (weekly)
Shueisha
2001[133]
July 19, 2001[134]
November 29, 2012[133]
January 18, 2013[135]
102 49[n 63] Angel Heart
(エンジェル・ハート)
Tsukasa Hojo Weekly Comic Bunch (weekly)
Shinchosha
Monthly Comic Zenon (monthly)
Tokuma Shoten
May 15, 2001[136]
October 9, 2001[137]
May 25, 2017[138]
July 21, 2017
103 49 Ahiru no Sora (あひるの空) Takeshi Hinata Weekly Shōnen Magazine (weekly)
Kodansha
2004
May 15, 2004
Ongoing
104 49 Usogui (嘘喰い) Toshio Sako Weekly Young Jump (weekly)
Shueisha
2006
September 19, 2006
December 21, 2017
February 19, 2018[139]
105 49[n 64] Keiji (花の慶次) Hara Tetsuo,
Horie Nobuhiko
Weekly Shōnen Jump (weekly)
Shueisha
Weekly Comic Bunch (weekly)
Shinchosha
Weekly Comic Zenon (monthly)
Tokuma Shoten
1990
July 10, 1990[140]
Ongoing
106 48 Wild 7 (ワイルド7) Mikiya Mochizuki Weekly Shōnen King (weekly)
Shōnen Gahōsha
September 21, 1969
1970
July 16, 1979
1980
107 48 308 Be-Bop High School
(ビー・バップ・
ハイスクール
)
Kazuhiro Kiuchi Weekly Young Magazine (weekly)
Kodansha
1983
March 17, 1984[141]
2003
January 6, 2004[142]
108 48 Nozomi Witches
(のぞみ♡ウィッチィズ)
Toshio Nobe Weekly Young Jump (weekly)
Shueisha
1986
March 1987
1996
January 1997
109 48 350 Azumi (あずみ) Yū Koyama Big Comic Superior (semimonthly)
Shogakukan
1994
January 30, 1995[143]
2008
February 27, 2009[144]
110 48[n 65] Dan Doh!! Nobuhiro Sakata,
Daichi Banjō
Weekly Shōnen Sunday (weekly)
Shogakukan
1995
September 18, 1995[145]
2005
 January 18, 2005[146]
111 48 719[n 3] Initial D (頭文字D) Shuichi Shigeno Weekly Young Magazine (weekly)
Kodansha
1995[147]
November 6, 1995[148]
July 29, 2013[147]
November 6, 2013[149]
112 48 303[n 3] Oh My Goddess!
(ああっ女神さまっ)
Kōsuke Fujishima Afternoon (monthly)
Kodansha
September 1988[150]
September 23, 1989[151]
April 25, 2014
July 23, 2014[152]
113 48[n 66] Shota no Sushi (将太の寿司) Daisuke Terasawa Weekly Shōnen Magazine
Kodansha
1992 April 28, 2015
114 48 Mukoubuchi (むこうぶち) Tenjishi Etsuya Kindai Majan (biweekly)
Takeshobo
1999 Ongoing
115 47[n 67] Circuit no Ōkami
(サーキットの狼)
Satoshi Ikezawa Weekly Shōnen Jump (weekly)
Shueisha
1975
January 31, 1976
1999
December 1999
116 47 429 Chameleon (カメレオン) Atsushi Kase Weekly Shōnen Magazine (weekly)
Kodansha
1990
August 17, 1990[153]
1999
March 16, 2000[154]
117 47 276 Baby Steps (ベイビーステップ) Hikari Katsuki Weekly Shōnen Magazine (weekly)
Kodansha
2007
October 2007
November 1, 2017
December 15, 2017
118 47 215 Giant Killing (ジャイアントキリング) Masaya Tsunamoto Weekly Morning (weekly)
Kodansha
2007
April 23, 2007
Ongoing
119 46[n 68] 441 3×3 Eyes Yuzo Takada Weekly Young Magazine (weekly), Young Magazine Kaizokuban, E-Young Magazine
Kodansha
1987
October 17, 1988[155]
Ongoing
120 46[n 69] Gambling Racer
(ギャンブルレーサー)
Makoto Tanaka Weekly Morning (weekly)
Kodansha
1988
May 23, 1989[156]
2006
February 23, 2006[157]
121 45 6,477 Sazae-san (サザエさん) Machiko Hasegawa Various Shōnen Magazines
Asahi Sonorama
April 22, 1946
September 20, 1994[158]
February 21, 1974
September 20, 1994[159]
122 45 825 Doraemon (ドラえもん) Fujiko F. Fujio Various Kodomo Magazines
Shogakukan
1969
July 31, 1974[160]
1996
April 26, 1996[161]
123 45 Violence Jack
(バイオレンスジャック)
Go Nagai Weekly Shōnen Magazine (weekly)
Kodansha
Weekly Manga Goraku (weekly)
Nihon Bungeisha
July 22, 1973
April 20, 1974
March 23, 1990
September 1990
124 45[n 70] 141[n 51] Violinist of Hameln
(ハーメルンのバイオリン弾き)
Michiaki Watanabe Monthly Shōnen Gangan (monthly),
Young Gangan (semimonthly)
Enix, Square Enix
1991
September 22, 1991
October 21, 2011
January 25, 2012
125 45 Tale of the Sea King
(海皇紀)
Masatoshi Kawahara Monthly Shōnen Magazine (monthly)
Kodansha
1998
August 17, 1998[162]
2010
September 17, 2010[163]
126 45[n 71] Hell Teacher Nūbē (地獄先生ぬ〜べ〜) Makura Shō
Takeshi Okano
Weekly Shōnen Jump
Grand Jump, Saikyō Jump
Shueisha
September 1993 Ongoing
127 44 Kaze Hikaru: Koshien
(風光る〜甲子園〜)[n 72]
Tarō Nami,
Sanbanchi Kawa
Monthly Shōnen Magazine (monthly)
Kodansha
1990
July 17, 1991[164]
March 2006
June 16, 2006[165]
128 44 Last Inning (ラストイニング) Ryu Kamio Big Comic Spirits
Shogakukan
2004
January 5, 2004
2014
April 7, 2014
129 44 139 Pastel (ぱすてる) Toshihiko Kobayashi Weekly Shōnen Magazine, Magazine Special
Kodansha
2002
November 17, 2002
2017
February 17, 2017[166]
130 44[n 73] Shō Ban (ショー☆バン) Yūji Moritaka,
Yukitarō Matsushima
Weekly Shōnen Champion
Akita Shoten
2001 2009
131 43 Chiisana Koi no Monogatari
(小さな恋のものがたり)
Chikako Mitsuhashi Manga Time (monthly)
Gakken
1962
August 1970
2014
September 25, 2014[167]
132 43[n 74] Kura no Yado (蔵の宿) Yūji Nishi,
Toshinobu Tana
Weekly Manga Times (weekly)
Houbunsha
1998
May 17, 1999[168]
2011
June 16, 2011
133 43 Osu!! Karate Bu
(押忍!!空手部)
Kōji Takahashi Weekly Young Jump (weekly)
Shueisha
1985
June 1986
1996
May 1996
134 43 238 Karakuri Circus
(からくりサーカス)
Kazuhiro Fujita Shōnen Sunday (weekly)
Shogakukan
1997
December 10, 1997[169]
2006
August 11, 2006[170]
135 43 413[n 75] Zipang (ジパング) Kaiji Kawaguchi Weekly Morning (weekly)
Kodansha
2000
January 23, 2001[171]
November 5, 2009
December 22, 2009[172]
136 43 Clover (クローバー) Hirakawa Tetsuhiro Weekly Shōnen Champion (weekly)
Akita Shoten
April 2007[173]
August 8, 2007[174]
October 2015
December 8, 2015
137 43 396 Toriko (トリコ) Mitsutoshi Shimabukuro Weekly Shōnen Jump (weekly)
Shueisha
2008
May 19, 2008
November 21, 2016
December 31, 2016
138 43 Eleven (イレブン) Nami Tarou,
Takahashi Hiroshi
Monthly Shōnen Jump
Shueisha
May 1985 January 2000
139 43[n 76] F Noboru Rokuda Big Comic Spirits,
Young Jump Comics,
Bessatsu Best Car
Shogakukan, Shueisha, Kodansha
June 15, 1985 October 2011
140 43 Bonobono (ぼのぼの) Mikio Igarashi Manga Life (monthly)
Takeshobo
March 1986
March 1987
Ongoing
141 42 Skip Beat! (スキップ・ビート!) Yoshiki Nakamura Hana to Yume (weekly)
Hakusensha
February 15, 2002
July 19, 2002
Ongoing


142 42 Sake no Hosomichi (酒のほそ道) Roswell Hosoki Weekly Manga Goraku
Nihon Bungeisha
1994 Ongoing
143 42 Ushijima the Loan Shark (闇金ウシジマくん) Shohei Manabe Big Comic Spirits
Shogakukan
2004
July 30, 2004
Ongoing
144 42 324 Tsukiji Uogashi Sandaime
(築地魚河岸三代目)
Ken'ichi Ōishi,
Kazuto Kuwa,
Mitsuo Hashimoto
Big Comic (semimonthly)
Shogakukan
November 2000
January 2001[175]
November 3, 2013
April 30, 2014
145 42[n 77] 519 Dragon Ball
(ドラゴンボール)
Akira Toriyama Weekly Shōnen Jump (weekly)
Shueisha
June 19, 1984
September 10, 1985[176]
May 23, 1995
August 4, 1995[177]
146 42 150 Rokudenashi Blues
(ろくでなしBLUES)
Masanori Morita Weekly Shōnen Jump (weekly)
Shueisha
1988
January 1989
1997
April 1997
147 42 Ryū: Ron (龍-RON-) Motoka Murakami Big Comic Original (semimonthly)
Shogakukan
1991
June 29, 1991[178]
2006
July 28, 2006[179]
148 42 410 Reborn! (家庭教師
ヒットマンREBORN!
)
Akira Amano Weekly Shōnen Jump (weekly)
Shueisha
April 4, 2004
October 4, 2004[180]
2012
November 12, 2012[181]
149 42[n 78] Kurosagi (クロサギ) Takeshi Natsuhara Weekly Young Sunday, Big Comic Spirits
Shogakukan
2003
November 2003
2013
July 29, 2013


150 41 Kaze Hikaru (1997) (風光る) Taeko Watanabe Flowers (monthly)
Shogakukan
1997 Ongoing
151 41 Legendary Gambler Tetsuya
(哲也-雀聖と呼ばれた男)
Fūmei Sai,
Yasushi Hoshino
Weekly Shōnen Magazine (weekly)
Kodansha
July 30, 1997
December 16, 1997[182]
December 2004
February 17, 2005[183]
152 41 Sōta no Hōchō (蒼太の包丁) Yūichirō Sueda,
Kei Honjō
Weekly Manga Sunday (weekly)
Jitsugyo no Nihon Sha
August 26, 2003[184]
February 28, 2004[185]
February 19, 2013[186]
January 29, 2014[187]
153 41[n 79] Yugo (勇午) Shinji Makari,
Shuu Akana
Monthly Afternoon, Evening
Kodansha
1994
June 23, 1994
2015
December 22, 2015[188]
154 40[n 80] Psychometrer Eiji
(サイコメトラーEIJI)
Shin Kibayashi Weekly Shōnen Magazine, Weekly Young Magazine (weekly)
Kodansha
1996
July 17, 1996
Ongoing
155 40 Angel Voice Takao Koyano Weekly Shōnen Champion (weekly)
Akita Shoten
2007 2014
156 40 398 Rin-ne (境界のRINNE) Rumiko Takahashi Weekly Shōnen Sunday
Shogakukan
2009
April 22, 2009
December 13, 2017
January 18, 2018
157 40[n 81] Grandpa Danger (絶体絶命でんぢゃらすじーさん) Kazutoshi Soyama CoroCoro Comic
Shogakukan
2001
October 2001
February 15, 2017
January 19, 2018
158 40[n 82] Kenritsu Umisora Koukou Yakyuu Buin Yamashita Tarou-kun (県立海空高校野球部員山下たろーくん) Koseki Kouji Weekly Shonen Jump (weekly)
Shueisha
Weekly Comic Bunch (weekly)
Shinchosha
1986
2005
September 9, 2006


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References[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ The date for the first chapter of a series should generally be the date on the cover of the magazine issue it ran in.
  2. ^ Dokaben consists of five named series. The first series, simply titled Dokaben, is collected in 48 volumes; the second series, Dai Kōshien (大甲子園), is collected in 26 volumes; the third series, Dokaben Professional Baseball (ドカベン プロ野球編), is collected in 52 volumes; the fourth series, Dokaben Superstars (ドカベン スーパースターズ編), is collected in 45 volumes; and the fifth series, Dokaben Dream Tournament (ドカベン ドリームトーナメント編), is collected in 34 volumes.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n This chapter count includes chapters not yet collected in a tankōbon volume.
  4. ^ Grappler Baki consists of four series. The original Grappler Baki contains 42 volumes covering 371 chapters; Baki (バキ) contains 31 volumes covering 276 chapters; Baki Hanma (範馬刃牙) is collected into 37 volumes covering 312 chapters and Baki-Dou (刃牙道) is ongoing with 22 volumes.
  5. ^ Chapters as of volume 110.
  6. ^ JoJo's Bizarre Adventure consists of eight shorter story arcs. The first arc Phantom Blood (ファントムブラッド) contains the first 47 chapters collected into 5 volumes, the second arc Battle Tendency (戦闘潮流) contains 67 chapters collected into 7 volumes, the third arc Stardust Crusaders (スターダストクルセイダース) contains 141 chapters collected into 16 volumes, the fourth arc Diamond Is Unbreakable (ダイヤモンドは砕けない) contains 180 chapters collected into 18 volumes, the fifth arc Golden Wind (黄金の風) contains 157 chapters collected into 17 volumes, the sixth arc Stone Ocean (ストーンオーシャン) contains 158 chapters collected into 17 volumes, the seventh arc Steel Ball Run (スティール・ボール・ラン) contains 95 chapters collected into 24 volumes, and the eighth arc JoJolion (ジョジョリオン) is currently being serialized with the chapters collected in 17 tankōbon volumes to date.
  7. ^ Chapters as of volume 121.
  8. ^ Nijitte Monogatari consists of two series. The original Nijitte Monogatari manga is collected in 110 volumes, and its sequel, Shin Nijitte Monogatari Tsurujirō (新・弐十手物語 つるじろう), is collected with 1 volume.
  9. ^ Ginga Legend Weed consists of three series. The original Ginga Legend Weed manga is collected in 60 volumes, its sequel, Ginga Legend Weed: Orion (銀牙伝説WEEDオリオン), is collected in 30 volumes, and its second sequel, Ginga: The Last Wars (銀牙〜THE LAST WARS〜), is ongoing with 16 volumes.
  10. ^ Chapters as of volume 60.
  11. ^ Kobo, the Li'l Rascal was published for 60 volumes by Soyosha and is currently being published by Houbunsha at a total of 40 volumes.
  12. ^ This count does not include the four spin-off series related to this series.
  13. ^ Chapters as of volume 77.
  14. ^ The Captain Tsubasa series includes the original 37 volume manga, the 18 volume Captain Tsubasa: World Youth Saga (キャプテン翼 ワールドユース編) manga, the 15 volume Captain Tsubasa: Road to 2002 (キャプテン翼 ROAD TO 2002) manga, the 12 volume Captain Tsubasa: Golden-23 (キャプテン翼 GOLDEN-23) manga, the 2 volume covering 24 chapters Captain Tsubasa: Kaigai Gekito Hen in Calcio (キャプテン翼 海外激闘編 IN CALCIO) manga, the 6 volume Captain Tsubasa: Kaigai Gekito Hen En La Liga (キャプテン翼 海外激闘編 EN LA LIGA) manga and Captain Tsubasa: Rising Sun (キャプテン翼 ライジングサン) is ongoing with 8 volumes.
  15. ^ Kōtarō Makaritōru! manga consists of three series. The first series Kōtarō Makaritōru! is collected in 59 tankōbon volumes, the second series Shin Kōtarō Makaritōru! (新・コータローまかりとおる!) is collected in 27 tankōbon volumes and the third series Kōtarō Makaritōru! L (コータローまかりとおる! L) is collected in 8 tankōbon volumes.
  16. ^ Chapters as of volume 11.
  17. ^ Major consists of two series. The original Major manga is collected in 78 volumes, and its sequel, Major 2nd, is collected in 13 volumes.
  18. ^ Super Doctor K consists of three series which includes the original Super Doctor K contains 44 volumes, 10 volumes of the Doctor K and 31 volumes of the K2 which is still ongoing.
  19. ^ Urayasu Tekkin Kazoku manga is divided into three series which includes the original Urayasu Tekkin Kazoku contains 31 volumes, 28 volumes of the Ganzo! Urayasu Tekkin Kazoku (元祖!浦安鉄筋家族) and 23 volumes of the Maido! Urayasu Tekkin Kazoku (毎度!浦安鉄筋家族) which is still ongoing.
  20. ^ Tough consists of two series. The first series, Kōkō Tekkenden Tough is collected in 42 volumes, and the second series, Tough, is collected in 39 volumes.
  21. ^ Ironfist Chinmi manga is divided into three series which includes 35 volumes of Tekken Chinmi (鉄拳チンミ), 20 volumes of the Shin Tekken Chinmi (新鉄拳チンミ) and 24 volumes of the Tekken Chinmi: Legends (鉄拳チンミLegends) which is still ongoing.
  22. ^ Dear Boys consists of five series. The original Dear Boys manga is collected in 23 volumes; the second, Dear Boys: The Early Days, is collected in one volume; the third, Dear Boys: Act 2, is collected in 30 volumes; the fourth, Dear Boys: Act 3, is collected in 21 volumes; and the fifth series, Dear Boys: Over Time, is collected in 3 volumes.
  23. ^ Chapters as of volume 68.
  24. ^ Kindaichi Case File consists of six series. The first series, the File series (FILEシリーズ), is collected in 27 volumes; the second series, Case series (Caseシリーズ), is collected in 10 volumes; the third series, Short File series (Short Fileシリーズ), is collected in 6 volumes; the fourth series, New series (新シリーズ), is collected in 14 volumes; the fifth series, 20th Anniversary series (20周年記念シリーズ), is collected in 5 volumes; and the sixth series, Kindaichi Case Files R (金田一少年の事件簿R) is collected in 14 volumes.
  25. ^ Seito Shokun! consists of three series. The first series, Seito Shokun!, is collected in 24 volumes, the second series, Seito Shokun! Kyoshi-hen (生徒諸君!教師編), is collected in 25 volumes, and the third series, Seito Shokun! Sai Shūshō: Tabidachi (生徒諸君! 最終章・旅立ち), is ongoing with 26 volumes.
  26. ^ a b Chapters as of July 26, 2018
  27. ^ Kachō Kōsaku Shima consists of seven series. The original Kachō Kōsaku Shima is collected in 17 volumes; the second series, Buchō Kōsaku Shima (部長島耕作), is collected in 13 volumes; the third series, Torishimariyaku Kōsaku Shima (取締役島耕作), is collected in 8 volumes; the fourth series, Jōmu Kōsaku Shima (常務島耕作), is collected in 6 volumes; the fifth series, Senmu Kōsaku Shima (専務島耕作), is collected in 5 volumes; the sixth series, Shachō Kōsaku Shima (社長島耕作), is collected in 16 volumes; and the seventh series, Kaichō Kōsaku Shima (会長島耕作), is ongoing with 9 volumes.
  28. ^ Chapters as of volume 62.
  29. ^ Hakuryuu consists of three series. The original Hakuryuu manga is collected in 21 volumes, the second series, Hakuryuu Legend (白竜LEGEND), is collected in 46 volumes, and the third series, Hakuryuu Hadou (白竜HADOU), is ongoing with 7 volumes.
  30. ^ 15 chapters of Bleach were published with negative chapter numbers: -108 to -100 covering the whole volume 36 (after chapter 315 from volume 35) and -99 to -97 at the beginning of volume 37 (before chapter 316); chapter -17 at the end of volume 15, after chapter 130; chapter -16 at the end of volume 32, after chapter 286; chapter -12.5 at the beginning of volume 20, before chapter 169; these are included in this count. In addition, there's a special chapter at the end of volume 10 numbered 88.5, following chapter 88; a chapter 0.8 was published at the end of volume 12, after chapter 107; at the end of volume 23, after chapter 205, two chapters numbered "0. side-A" and "0. side-B" were published; and a misplaced chapter 520.5 was published after chapter 642, at the end of volume 70; these are also included in this count. As of August 22, 2016, 686 properly numbered chapters and 20 negative or otherwise oddly numbered chapters have been compiled into 74 volumes. There are also a few unnumbered chapters in the series' support material, but they're not included in this count.
  31. ^ Kattobi Itto consists of two series. The original Kattobi Itto manga is collected in 46 volumes, and its sequel, Buttobi Itto (風飛び一斗), is collected in 26 volumes. A single bonus book was released in 1992.
  32. ^ Kabachitare! consists of three series which includes the original Kabachitare! contains 20 volumes, 34 volumes of Tokujou Kabachi!! - Kabachitare! 2 (特上カバチ!!) and 19 volumes of Kabachi!!! - Kabachitare! 3 (カバチ!!!) which is still ongoing.
  33. ^ Naruto is split into two parts by a 2 ½ year timeskip; Part I consists of 27 volumes with 244 chapters, and Part II (1, 2) contains the remaining 45 volumes and 277 chapters.
  34. ^ Chapters as of volume 51.
  35. ^ Shura no Mon consists of four series. The first series, Shura no Mon, is collected in 31 volumes; the second series, Mutsu Enmei-ryū Gaiden: Shura no Toki (陸奥圓明流外伝 修羅の刻), is collected in 15 volumes; the third series, Shura no Mon: Daini Mon (修羅の門 第弐門), is collected in 16 volumes; and the fourth series, Shura no Mon: Fudekage (修羅の門異伝 ふでかげ) is collected in 8 volumes.
  36. ^ Kōgyō Aika Volleyboys consists of two series: The original Kōgyō Aika Volleyboys manga is collected in 50 volumes, and its sequel, Kōshoku Aika Ex-Volleyboys (好色哀歌 元バレーボーイズ), is collected in 17 volumes.
  37. ^ Jingi manga is divided into three series which includes the original Jingi contains 33 volumes, 19 volumes of JingiS (仁義S) and 14 volumes of Jingi Zero (仁義 零).
  38. ^ Kaiji consists of five series. The first series, Tobaku Mokushiroku Kaiji (賭博黙示録カイジ), is collected in 13 volumes. The second series, Tobaku Hakairoku Kaiji (賭博破戒録カイジ), is collected in 13 volumes. The third series, Tobaku Datenroku Kaiji (賭博堕天録カイジ), is collected in 13 volumes. The fourth series, Tobaku Datenroku Kaiji: Kazuya-hen (賭博堕天録カイジ 和也編), is collected 10 volumes. The fifth series, Tobaku Datenroku Kaiji: One Poker-hen (賭博堕天録カイジ ワン・ポーカー編), is ongoing with 16 volumes.
  39. ^ Chapters as of volume 39.
  40. ^ The Prince of Tennis consists of two series. The original The Prince of Tennis manga is collected in 42 volumes and 379 chapters, and The New Prince of Tennis (新テニスの王子様) is ongoing with 23 volumes and 202 chapters.
  41. ^ Boys Be... consists of four series. The first series, Boys Be..., is collected in 32 volumes; the second series, Boys Be... 2nd Season, is collected in 20 volumes; the third series, Boys Be... L CO-OP, is collected in 6 volumes; and the fourth series, Boys Be... Next Season, is collected in 6 volumes.
  42. ^ Aji Ichi Monme consists of three series. The original Aji Ichi Monme manga is collected in 33 volumes, its second series, Shin Aji Ichi Monme (新・味いちもんめ), is collected in 21 volumes; and the third series, Aji Ichi Monme - Dokuritsu Hen (味いちもんめ 独立編) is collected in 10 volumes.
  43. ^ Duel Masters consists of six series. The original Duel Masters manga is collected in 17 volumes, its second series, Duel Masters Fighting Edge (デュエル・マスターズ FE), is collected in 12 volumes, its third series, Duel Masters Star Xross (デュエル・マスターズ SX) is collected in 9 volumes, its fourth series, Duel Masters Victory (デュエル・マスターズビクトリー) is collected in 10 volumes, its fifth series, Duel Masters Versus (デュエル・マスターズ VS) is collected in 12 volumes, and the sixth series, Duel Masters (2017) (デュエル・マスターズ (2017)) is ongoing with 4 volumes.
  44. ^ Higanjima consists of three series. The original Higanjima manga is collected in 33 volumes, its first sequel, Higanjima: Saigo no 47 Hiai (彼岸島 最後の47日間), is collected in 16 volumes, and its second sequel, Higanjima 48-nichi-go… (彼岸島 48日後…), is ongoing with 15 volumes.
  45. ^ The Chef consists of three series. The original The Chef manga is collected in 41 volumes, The Chef: Shinshō (ザ・シェフ-新章) is collected in 20 volumes, and The Chef: Final (ザ・シェフ・ファイナル) is collected with one volume.
  46. ^ The original Arakure Knight manga is collected in 28 volumes, its sequel, Arakure Knight: Kōkō Bakusō-hen (荒くれKNIGHT 高校爆走編), is collected in 11 volumes and its second sequel, Arakure Knight: Kuroi Zankyō Kanketsu-hen (荒くれKNIGHT 黒い残響完結編), is collected in 20 volumes.
  47. ^ Q.E.D. consists of two series. The original Q.E.D. manga is collected in 50 volumes, and its sequel, Q.E.D. iff - proven end - (Q.E.D. iff-証明終了-), is ongoing with 9 volumes.
  48. ^ Ace of Diamond consists of two series. The original Ace of Diamond manga is collected in 47 volumes, and its sequel, Ace of Diamond Act II (ダイヤのA act2), is ongoing with 12 volumes.
  49. ^ The original series is collected in 50 volumes. After the author Yoshito Usui died in 2009, his team started a new series called New Crayon Shin-chan (新クレヨンしんちゃん) ongoing with 7 volumes.
  50. ^ The original Ryūrōden manga is collected in 37 volumes and 158 chapters, its sequel, Ryūrōden: Chugen Ryōran-hen (龍狼伝 中原繚乱編), is collected in 17 volumes and its second sequel, Ryūrōden: Ouha Rikkoku-hen (龍狼伝 王霸立国編), is ongoing with 3 volumes.
  51. ^ a b Chapters as of volume 37.
  52. ^ Wangan Midnight consists of three series. The original Wangan Midnight manga is collected in 42 volumes, its sequel, Wangan Midnight: C1 Runner (湾岸ミッドナイト C1ランナー), is collected in 12 volumes, and its second sequel, Ginkai no Speed Star (銀灰のスピードスター), is collected in 2 volumes.
  53. ^ Drops of God consists of two series. The original Drops of God manga is collected in 44 volumes, and its sequel, Marriage ~The Drops of God Final Arc~ (マリアージュ 〜神の雫 最終章〜), is ongoing with 12 volumes.
  54. ^ Chapters as of volume 33.
  55. ^ Midori no Makibaō manga is divided into three series which includes the original Midori no Makibaō contains 16 volumes, 16 volumes of Taiyou no Makibaō (たいようのマキバオー) and 20 volumes of Taiyou no Makibaō W (たいようのマキバオーW).
  56. ^ Ring ni Kakero consists of two series. The original Ring ni Kakero manga is collected in 25 volumes, and its sequel, Ring ni Kakero 2 (リングにかけろ2), is collected in 26 volumes.
  57. ^ Hōchō Mushuku consists of two series. The original Hōchō Mushuku manga is collected in 45 volumes, and its sequel, Shin Hōchō Mushuku (新包丁無宿), is collected in 5 volumes.
  58. ^ Chapters as of volume 38.
  59. ^ Amai Seikatsu consists of two series. The original Amai Seikatsu manga is collected in 40 volumes, and its sequel, Amai Seikatsu: 2nd Season (甘い生活 2nd season), is ongoing with 10 volumes.
  60. ^ Chapters as of volume 36.
  61. ^ Afro Tanaka consists of four series: Kōkō Afro Tanaka (高校アフロ田中), Chūtai Afro Tanaka (中退アフロ田中), Jōkyō Afro Tanaka (上京アフロ田中), and Sasurai Afro Tanaka (さすらいアフロ田中); each of them was collected in 10 volumes while the fifth series, Shiawase Afro Tanaka (しあわせアフロ田中), is ongoing with 10 volumes.
  62. ^ After the publication of volume 42 of Glass Mask in 2004, the series stopped serialization. In the September 2008 issue of Bessatsu Hana to Yume, the series began serialization again.
  63. ^ Angel Heart consists of two series. The original Angel Heart manga is collected in 33 volumes, and its sequel, Angel Heart: 2nd Season (エンジェル・ハート 2ndシーズン), is collected in 16 volumes.
  64. ^ Keiji consists of four series. The first series, Hana no Keiji -Kumo no Kanata ni- (花の慶次―雲のかなたに), is collected in 18 volumes; the second series, Gifu Dodo!! Naoe Kanetsugu - Maeda Keiji Tsuki Gatari (義風堂々!!直江兼続前田慶次月語り), is collected in 9 volumes; the third series, Gifu Dodo!! Naoe Kanetsugu - Maeda Keiji Sake Gatari (義風堂々!!直江兼続 ~前田慶次酒語り), is collected in 10 volumes; and the fourth series, Gifu Dodo!! Naoe Kanetsugu - Maeda Keiji Hana Gatari (義風堂々!!直江兼続 ~前田慶次花語り~) is ongoing with 12 volumes.
  65. ^ Dan Doh!! consists of three series. The original Dan Doh!! manga is collected in 29 volumes, Dan Doh!! Xi is collected in 15 volumes, and Dan Doh!! Next Generation (DAN DOH!! ネクストジェネレーション) is collected in 4 volumes.
  66. ^ Shota no Sushi consists of three series. The original Shota no Sushi manga is collected in 27 volumes, its second series, Shota no Sushi: Zenkokutaikai-hen (将太の寿司〜全国大会編〜), is collected in 17 volumes; and the third series, Shota no Sushi 2: World Stage (将太の寿司2 World Stage) is collected in 4 volumes.
  67. ^ Circuit no Ōkami manga includes the original 19-volume series, its 25-volume sequel called Circuit no Ōkami II: Modena no Tsurugi (サーキットの狼II モデナの剣), and another 3-volume sequel called The Wolf of 21st Century (21世紀の狼)
  68. ^ 3×3 Eyes consists of three series. The original 3×3 Eyes manga is collected in 40 volumes, its sequel, 3×3 Eyes: Genjū no Mori no Sōnansha (3×3 EYES 幻獣の森の遭難者), is collected in 4 volumes, its second sequel, 3×3 Eyes: Kiseki no Yami no Keiyakusha (3×3EYES 鬼籍の闇の契約者), is ongoing with 2 volumes.
  69. ^ Gambling Racer consists of two series. The original Gambling Racer manga is collected in 39 volumes, and its sequel, Nirin no Sho: Gambling Racer (二輪乃書 ギャンブルレーサー), is collected in 7 volumes.
  70. ^ Violinist of Hameln consists of two series. The original Violinist of Hameln manga is collected in 37 volumes, and its sequel, Violinist of Hameln: Shchelkunchik (ハーメルンのバイオリン弾き〜シェルクンチク〜), is collected in 8 volumes.
  71. ^ Hell Teacher Nūbē consists of two series. The first series, Hell Teacher Nūbē, is collected in 31 volumes; and the second series, Hell Teacher Nūbē Neo (地獄先生ぬ〜べ〜NEO) is ongoing with 14 volumes.
  72. ^ Originally simply titled Kaze Hikaru, the title was changed to Kaze Hikaru: Kōshien (風光る〜甲子園〜) after volume 27.
  73. ^ Shō Ban consists of two series. The first series, Shō Ban, is collected in 33 volumes; and the second series, Stripe Blue (ストライプブルー) is collected in 11 volumes.
  74. ^ Kura no Yado consists of two series. The original Kura no Yado manga is collected in 40 volumes, and its sequel, Kura no Yado: Yuki to Hana to (蔵の宿 雪と花と), is collected in 3 volumes.
  75. ^ Chapters as of volume 42.
  76. ^ F consists of three series. The original F manga is collected in 28 volumes, its second series, F Generation Ruri, is collected in 12 volumes; and the third series, F Final is collected in 3 volumes.
  77. ^ In importing Dragon Ball to the United States and Canada, Viz Media initially split the series to match the split between the Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball Z anime series, with identical names. The English Dragon Ball consists of 16 volumes and 194 chapters, while Dragon Ball Z contains the remaining 26 volumes and 325 chapters.
  78. ^ Kurosagi consists of three series. The original Kurosagi manga is collected in 20 volumes, its second series, Shin Kurosagi (新クロサギ), is collected in 18 volumes; and the third series, Shin Kurosagi Kanketsu-hen (新クロサギ完結編) is collected in 4 volumes.
  79. ^ Yugo consists of two series. The original Yugo manga is collected in 22 volumes, and its sequel, Yugo the Negotiator, is collected in 19 volumes.
  80. ^ Psychometrer Eiji consists of two series. The original Psychometrer Eiji manga is collected in 25 volumes, and its sequel, Psychometrer (サイコメトラー), is ongoing with 15 volumes.
  81. ^ Grandpa Danger consists of two series. The first series, Zettai Zetsumei: Dangerous Jii-san, is collected in 20 volumes; and the second series, Dangerous Jii-san Ja (でんぢゃらすじーさん邪) is collected in 20 volumes.
  82. ^ Kenritsu Umisora Koukou Yakyuu Buin Yamashita Tarou-kun consists of three series. The first series, Kenritsu Umisora Koukou Yakyuu Buin Yamashita Tarou-kun, is collected in 21 volumes, the second series, Kabushikigaisha Daiyamada Shuppan Kari Henshū Buin Yamashita Tarou-kun (株式会社大山田出版仮編集部員山下たろーくん) is collected in 12 volumes; and the three series, Yamashita Tarou-kun - Umi to Sora no Monogatari (山下たろーくん うみとそらの物語) is collected in 7 volumes (6 + 1 special volume recompilation by Coamix and Tokuma Shoten). NOTE: The sales of these three series go separately.

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