Comic High! Magazine to End in May

posted on by Paul Schmidt
Most series transferring to Futabasha's Monthly Action magazine

The May issue of Futabasha's Comic High! magazine is announcing on Wednesday that the magazine's June issue, which will ship on May 22, will be its last.

Azure Konno's Shiritsu Hakanai Gakuen (No Pants, No Problem), Sawaka Yamana's Shōnen Shōjo Rare Card, Idumi Kirihara's Saboten no Musume, and Sato Yoshimi's Dysmatopia manga series will all publish their final chapters in the magazine's last issue. Other titles will transfer to other Futabasha magazines.

The following manga series will transfer to Futabasha's Monthly Action magazine, starting on its August issue (shipping on June 25):

  • Towa Oshima's High School Girls (Girl's High)
  • Milk Morinaga's Hana to Hina wa Hōkago
  • Fumiwo Kagami's Tsuugakuro
  • ÖYSTER's Chōkadō Girl 1/6
  • Fuji Koyomi's Kaigui Harapekora
  • Amano Shuninta's Last Menhealer (bimonthly)

Koko Natsuki's Usotsuki wa Imōto no Hajimari, Kaworu Watashiya's Joō-sama no Eshi, and Midori no Ruupe's Seishun no After manga series will also transfer to Monthly Action, starting on its September issue (shipping on July 25). Asami Sekiya's Sen to Man manga series will transfer to Monthly Action as a bimonthly series, starting on its November issue (shipping on September 25).

Yuna Kagesaki's Sora x Rira manga series will transfer to Monthly Action on an as yet unspecified date, but will also run as a web comic on the Niconico Seiga service. Watanabe Popo's Furara Hitori de Dekimasen manga will transfer to Monthly Action starting on its June issue (shipping on April 25), but will also be serialized in the Futabasha magazines Manga Town and Manga Action's July issues (shipping on June 5 and July 7, respectively).

Tōko Shiwasu's Aitama manga will transfer to Futabasha's Manga Town magazine, starting on its August issue (shipping on July 4). Nagisa Matsumoto will finish the Banjō no Tsumi to Batsu manga series in compiled book volumes, though Futabasha has not announced a release date for the series' second and last volume.

Comic High! launched in March 2004, publishing shōjo-style manga aimed at a male audience.

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