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October 17 Marks End of Shonen Magazine Edge Publication

(Last Updated On: August 17, 2023)

On Thursday, the official website of Kodansha’s Shonen Magazine Edge magazine made a poignant announcement – the publication’s final chapter will grace the pages with the November issue, scheduled for October 17.

Amidst this transition, certain creations will find new homes, finding refuge within the pages of other publications, including the embrace of Kodansha’s Magazine Pocket app. The forthcoming November edition shall unveil the destinies woven for the ongoing serialized tales.

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A recent Thursday bore witness to the unveiling of the magazine’s September issue, a repository of captivating manga narratives.

Among the literary tapestry, notable names such as Shaman King The Super Star, Hypnosis Mic, Otaku Elf, Bless, My Deer Friend Nokotan, Kachime ga nai no wa Oredake ka!, Dare ga Okudera Shō o Koroshita no ka?, and I Got Reincarnated in a (BL) World of Big (Man) Boobs adorned the pages, each one a distinct gem.

The magazine’s origin story unfolds in September 2015, where its inaugural pages hosted the inception of Nekogahara by Shaman King’s visionary creator, Hiroyuki Takei.

The curtain lifted on an era, marking not only his debut within Kodansha’s realm but also the digital symphony that harmonized with the tangible print.

Emanating from Kodansha’s editorial sanctum was the moniker “Shonen Magazine Edge,” symbolizing an unrelenting quest to showcase works residing on the fringes of the “Magazine” conglomerate.

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Steering this voyage was the guiding hand of Fumio Osano, renowned as the steward of Naoko Takeuchi’s Sailor Moon and Codename: Sailor V manga, who steered as the editor-in-chief of this daring odyssey.


Source | Shonen Magazine Edge

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