Shueisha Ceases Publication of Garaku.mag Magazine
posted on by Daryl Lee Hale
Shueisha's Garaku.mag magazine announced in its ninth and final issue on Monday that the magazine will cease publication.
Shueisha has collaborated with Home-sha's online manga publication Garaku no Mori to publish the magazine every two months since April 2014. The covers feature art by Range Murata (Last Exile, Shangri-La).
The print publication included Keishuu Andou's fighting gag comedy manga series Hentai Kamen 0 and Hentai Kamen EX. According to the magazine, a new series is in preparation for the Garaku no Mori website.
The following titles will continue for free on the Garaku no Mori website:
- Shōji Satō's (Highschool of the Dead, Triage X) FFF Black Sword
- Kaishaku's (Destiny of the Shrine Maiden, Steel Angel Kurumi) 2×2
- Hitoshi Tomizawa's (Alien Nine Emulators) Enchantland
- Akira Fukaya's Tiga Cantik
- Tetsuya Torisawa's The Satan Books
- Toshiki Yui's (Kagome Kagome, Kirara) Saya
- Hajime Yamamura's (Kamisama Dolls, After School Nightmare) Seven Edge
- Kazushi Watanabe and Seisaku Kanō's Ōma no Mori no Nageki Hime
- Mizuki Watanabe's (Days of Cool Idols!) Ope-chū desu ga, Nanika?
- Masahiko Nakahira's Akaikemono
- Rino Shimura's Ajisai Town Sessions
- Shūtarō Yamada's Hakaba no Shicinin
- Shinichi Hiromoto's Ryōma Revolution
- Yagi Shiba's Matoi Nadeshiko
- Tohru Terada's Oiwake Machi no Hachi Banchi
- Minako Uchida's Circuit Wanderers
- Takahara Matsumoto's Mezzanine
- Kōto Arizono's Muyugai no Jyujin
The following series will continue in print:
- Maki Matsuda's Aurora no Ginyoku
- Masaya Hokazono and Yu Satomi's Mushihime
Jirō Asada and Takumi Nagayasu's Mibu Gishiden will continue at an as-yet-undecided location.
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