Monthly Afternoon

List of manga magazines

This is a listing, by country of publication and target audience, of manga magazines.

Japanese magazines

Male oriented manga magazines

Kodomo magazines

Shōnen magazines

Seinen magazines

Adult magazines

Other magazines

Other male oriented magazines serializing manga.

Female oriented manga magazines

Shōjo magazines

Josei magazines

Adult magazines

Yaoi magazines

Special interest magazines

Alternative magazines

Mahjong magazines

Pachinko magazines

Yuri magazines

4-panel manga magazines

Most of these magazines are available in train stations and are aimed at the working men and women who want something to read on the way to and from work while commuting.

Other magazines

(Anime magazines)

Defunct magazines

Male oriented manga magazines

Kodomo magazines

Shōnen magazines

Seinen magazines

Adult magazines

Other magazines
Other male oriented magazines serializing manga.

Female oriented manga magazines

Shōjo magazines

Josei magazines

Special interest magazines

Alternative magazines

Yuri magazines

Magazines published in the United States

These are not ordered by target audience because of the small number of publications.

Manga Anthologies

No longer published

Other magazines that have published manga

Magazines published in Germany

Magazines published in Denmark

Magazines published in Norway

Magazines published in Sweden

Manga Anthologies

  • Manga Mania (shōnen/seinen/shōjo) - Started publication in 2003. Consists of manga published by Kodansha.
  • Shonen Jump (shōnen) - Swedish edition of Shonen Jump. Started publication in 2004.

No longer published

Other magazines that have published manga

  • Pox (now defunct) - A comics magazine for alternative adult comics from many countries. Featured Yoshihiro Tatsumi's Kachiku (as Hundkojan) (originally published in GARO) in issue 6/1986, as well as some other short stories by the same author.
  • Magnum (now defunct) - A comics magazine for action/adventure comics. (Popular comics included Judge Dredd, Cat Claw, AXA and later many Vertigo comics.) Featured Akira in issues 4-9/1997 (after which the magazine ceased publication).

Magazines published in Indonesia

Magazines published in Australia

  • OzTAKU (Australian artists)
  • Xuan Xuan (Australian artists) - currently discontinued

Magazines published in the United Kingdom

  • Manga Mania - Published by Dark Horse Comics from 1993 and running for a number of years, the magazine featured serialised installments of famous Japanese manga such as Akira, Godzilla and Appleseed, as well as other articles on the genre.
  • Manga Mover (Half international, half Japanese artists)
  • Neo

Magazines published in Russia

Magazines published in Malaysia

Magazines published in Philippines

Magazines published in The Netherlands and Belgium

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