News Shueisha's Super Dash & Go! Magazine Ends Publication
posted on 2013-04-29 21:00 EDT
The magazine will transfer from print into digital this summer. Nanago Hoshikuzu's 1 Gatsu no Pluviôse, Kei Toru and Ishio Yamagata's Rokka no Yūsha, Asaura and Kaito Shibano's Ben-To, Ryūnosuke Uzuki and Kuroko Yabuguchi's Niina to Usagi to Mahō no Sensha, Jō Takezuki and Jirō Sakamoto's Campione!, and other manga will continue their serialization on the website when it launches. In addition, Enaga Takabatake's Ningyo no Hanakago manga will be moving to Shueisha's Miracle Jump magazine.
Other manga that were running in the magazine include: Tsunezō Watanabe and Asami Hagihara's B-Kyū Cinema Shōjogumi in Grindhouse, Shima Matsuda's Yōsuru ni Chikuri-Bu Desu, sankaku Head and Asaura's Ben-To △, Tiv's School! Scoop?, Rui Takatō's Voice Saka, and Hiroki Haruse and Meiji Hamawari's Usotsuki Tenshi wa Shinimashita!.
The editors of Shueisha's Super Dash Bunko light novel imprint launched the Super Dash & Go! magazine in October 2011. The magazine featured light novel-based manga, manga-based light novels, and projects with anime and other media tie-ins. The main target audience of the magazine was male readers from middle school to college.
Source: Comic Natalie