Monthly Big Comic Spirits

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Monthly Big Comic Spirits
Monthly Big Comic Spirits Oct 2009 cover.jpg
Oct. 2009 issue of Monthly Big Comic Spirits
Editor Yoshitake Tachikawa
Categories Seinen manga[1][2]
Frequency Monthly
Circulation 8,000[2]
(July-September, 2016)
First issue August 27, 2009
Company Shogakukan
Country Japan
Language Japanese
Website http://spi-net.jp/monthly_top/index.html

Monthly Big Comic Spirits (月刊!スピリッツ, Gekkan Biggu Komikku Supirittsu) is a monthly Japanese seinen manga magazine published by Shogakukan and aimed at males 20–25 years old. It originally launched on August 27, 2009. It is a companion magazine to the weekly Big Comic Spirits.

Series[edit]

Current[edit]

Series Title Author Premiered
Nora Inu 9-chan (ノラ犬9ちゃん) Britney Hamada August 2010
Fuwari! (ふわり!) Natsuo Motomachi January 2010
8 - Hachi (8-はち-) Yuuji Takemoto November 2009
Hanamote Katare (花もて語れ) Yukiwo Katayama June 2010
Sonna Dakara Omaera wa (そんなんだからおまえらは。) Riichi Kasai October 2009
Shin Dainama Itou! (新ダイナマ伊藤!) Pero Sugimoto October 2009
Kyou no Asuka Show (今日のあすかショー) Taishi Mori October 2009
Pipedon (ピペドン) Jun Hanyunyu October 2009
Kodai Roma Kakutou Angokutan Sin (古代ローマ格闘暗獄譚 SIN) Hideo Shinaogawa October 2009
Salad Bo (サラダぼ。~SALAD BOWL Diary~) Masaki Satou November 2009
The Fugitive Lawyer Makoto Narita (新 逃亡弁護士 成田誠) Hichiki Gou, Sou Okamoto June 2010
Yodogawa Belt Conveyor Girl (淀川ベルトコンベア・ガール) Katsura Murakami October 2009
Ippiki to Kujuu Kyushi to (一匹と九十九匹と) Jun Umezawa December 2010
Ushiharu (ウシハル) Yukiko Gotou January 2010
Mono Monojima (ものものじま) Munehiro Nomura October 2009
Jūhan Shuttai! (重版出来) Naoko Matsuda March 2013

Former[edit]

Series Title Author Premiered Finished
Moriyamachuu Kyoushuujo (森山中教習所) Keigo Shinzou November 2009 September 2010
DRAGON JAM Itsunari Fujii July 2010 Moved to Big Comic Spirits

References[edit]

  1. ^ Thompson, Jason (2007). Manga: The Complete Guide. Del Rey Books. pp. 327–239. ISBN 978-0-345-48590-8. 
  2. ^ a b "Men's Manga". Japanese Magazine Publishers Association (in Japanese). September 2016. Retrieved November 6, 2016. 

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