List of series run in Weekly Shōnen Sunday

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This is a list of the series that have run in the Shogakukan manga anthology book for boys, Weekly Shōnen Sunday. This list, organized by decade and year of when the series started, will list each series run in the manga magazine, the author of the series and, in case the series has ended, when it has ended. Any series that has lasted over a year in the magazine will be the focus, outside certain shorter series known for their author or that have been released or scheduled for release in English.

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