Magi-Cu vol. 38 cover.
|First issue||April 27, 2001 (as Magi-Cu Premium)|
|Final issue||June, 2007|
Magi-Cu (マジキュー Majikyū?) was a Japanese manga magazine published by Enterbrain and was sold monthly on the twenty-fifth. The name comes from the phrase Magical Cute. The magazine was first published on April 27, 2001 under the title Magi-Cu Premium. It kept that title for three years until 2004, when it was changed to simply Magi-Cu. In June 2007, Magi-Cu published its last issue at volume forty.
Reader participations games
- Bottle Fairy
- Duel Dolls
- Full Throttle Halation!: Hoshi ni Negai wo
- Heart Mark!
- Koromo Yūgi
- Lovely Idol
- Neko no Sakaue
- Otsukai Blade: Kuro Kishi Monogatari
- Rune Princess
- Town Memory
- Tsungri! Hontō wa Tsundere na Grimm Dōwa
- World's end
- 5 Kai Bishōjo Kaden Uriba de Gozaimasu
- Bad! Daddy
- Food Girls
- Maoyuu 4-Koma - Muitemasen yo, Maou-sama!
- Magi Kyūdō
- Kirin Chō Bōei Gumi
- Otome wa Boku ni Koishiteru
- Sukusuku Suisui
- Urekko Dōbutsu
- Yoshinaga-san Chi no Gargoyle
- Magi-Cu's official website (Japanese)
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