Melody (magazine)

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Melody
Melody cover.jpg
Cover of August 2007 issue, featuring Tomo Matsumoto's one-shot Seifuku.
CategoriesShoujo manga[1][citation needed]
FrequencyEven-numbered months
Circulation39,200[1]
(July-September, 2016)
First issue16 September 1997
CompanyHakusensha
CountryJapan
Based inChiyoda-ku, Tokyo
LanguageJapanese
WebsiteOfficial website

Melody (Japanese: メロディ, Hepburn: Merodi), stylized as MELODY is a Japanese Shoujo manga magazine published on even numbered months by Hakusensha.

Current titles[edit]

Past titles[edit]

A[edit]

  • Alice no Hanamichi - Miwa Sakai
  • Ano Ko ni Moratta Ongaku - Bun Katsuta

B[edit]

  • Blue Ramun - Ryō Yūki
  • Bremen II - Izumi Kawahara
  • Bright no Yū'utsu - Keiko Takemiya

D[edit]

  • Doitsu mo Koitsu mo - Mako Karisu

G[edit]

H[edit]

K[edit]

  • Kētai-kun to Issho - Nozomi Yanahara
  • Kurotsubaki - Masumi Kawasō

M[edit]

  • Manatsu no Kuni - Naoe Kita
  • Mikan Enikki - Miwa Abiko (moved from LaLa in 2000)
  • Miracle - Rika Yonezawa

O[edit]

  • Ohikkoshi? - Yugi Yamada
  • Ojōsama to Watashi - Shiki Katō
  • Onmyōji - Reiko Okano
  • Original Sin - Fumika Okano
  • Otogimoyō Ayanishiki - Kyōko Hikawa
  • Otogimoyō Ayanishiki: Futatabi - Kyōko Hikawa
  • Otoko no Hanazono: A10 Daigaku Danshi Shintaisō-bu - Noriko Kuwata

P[edit]

  • Papa to Arukō - Yui Shin
  • Please, Jeeves - Bun Katsuta
  • Ppoi! - Takako Yamazaki

R[edit]

  • Rakuen e Ikō - Miwa Abiko

S[edit]

  • Soko o Nantoka - Mikoto Asō
  • Sokotsu ne Polka - Megumi Wakatsuki
  • Supisupi Jijō - Akira Tachibana

T[edit]

  • Tama Yori Hayaku!! - Makoto Tateno
  • Tenjō no Ai, Chijō no Koi - Tomoko Katō
  • Tsukiyo-Garasu Zōshi - Nao Oyokawa

W[edit]

  • Wander Land - Otowa Yamanaka

Z[edit]

  • Zero - Takako Yamazaki

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Women's Manga" (in Japanese). Japanese Magazine Publishers Association. September 2016. Retrieved November 6, 2016.
  2. ^ "Arashi's Kazunari Ninomiya, Kou Shibasaki Star in Ōoku Film". Anime News Network. December 23, 2009. Retrieved 2009-12-27.

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