[Comic BomBom]


Contains:
    After War Gundam X (manga)
    Crush Gear Nitro (manga)
    Cyborg Kuro-Chan (manga)
    Deltora Quest (manga)
    Fight! Turbo Crush Gear (manga)
    Gensosekai Eiyuretsuden FAIR PLAYS (manga)
    Jing: King of Bandits (manga 1995-98)
    Kidō Butō Gaiden Gundam Fight 7th (manga)
    Medarot (manga)
    Mobile Suit Gundam 0080: War in the Pocket (manga)
    Mobile Suit Gundam F91 (manga)
    Mobile Suit Gundam Seed Destiny (manga by M. Takayama)
    Mobile Suit Gundam Wing (manga)
    Mobile Suit Gundam Wing: Battlefield of Pacifists (manga)
    Mobile Suit Gundam Wing: Endless Waltz (manga)
    Mobile Suit Gundam Wing: The Last Outpost [G-Unit] (manga)
    Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ (manga)
    Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam (manga)
    Monster Soul (manga)
    MS Senki: Kidō Senshi Gundam 0079 Gaiden (manga)
    Negima!? neo (manga)
    Shin MS Senki: Kidō Senshi Gundam Tanpenshū (manga)
    Tenshi no Frypan (manga)
    Turn A Gundam (manga by K. Tokita)
    Yoroiden Samurai Trooper (manga)

Official website:
Official Website (Japanese)
Comment:
Comic BomBom began publication with the November 1981 issue (released October 15) with a focus on the Mobile Suit Gundam robot war series. Specifically, it helped expand the "Gundam Boom" by running a manga about competing young plastic model builders called PlaMo Kyōshirō, as well as Super Deformed Gundam and the samurai-influenced Musha Gundam. BonBon was known for serializing many media tie-ins aimed at children such as Rockman (Megaman), and Medarot (Medabots).

Japanese publisher Kodansha ceased publication of Comic BomBom due to declining readership. The December 2007 issue (released November 15) is its last issue.

Comic BomBom sold 750,000 copies of the April 1991 issue. BonBon sold 98,000 copies a month in 2006 (when it cut its page count by half). In 2007 sales fell into the range of 50,000 copies.

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