News Manga Time Jumbo Magazine's Manga Series Destinations Revealed
posted on 2018-03-12 16:15 EDT by Karen Ressler
The following series will move to Houbunsha's Manga Time magazine in its May issue on April 7:
- Hinako Seta's Re-Kan!
- Uina Kinomoto's Onegai Asakura-san
- Enokids' Sentō no Megami-sama
- Boku's Monster Datte Umai Meshi ga Tabetai!
The following series will move to Houbunsha's Manga Time Special magazine in its June issue on April 21:
- Kotori Kirihara's Onii-chan to Yobanaide
- Yukiko Nozawa's HenshokuJoshi wa Koi de Onaka o Mitashitai
- Pome Kawaizumi's Ano Hi no Umi to 16-Sai no Natsuyasumi
The following series ended in the final issue:
- Kotora Suzune's Naka no Hito ni Koi o Shimashita
- Yui Kirimaru's Edo no Tsutaya-san
- Toishiki's Ohitori no Joshikōsei ga Hyōi Saremashita
- Tomoko Inoue's Oyasumi Morning
- Arashi Shindō's Dairyō Girls
- Juri Misaki's Suzume Musume.
- Tamon Hinoshika's Hana to Chōko no Sengoku Meshi
- Natsume Wano's Haru to Ghost
- Maki Maguchi's Hime Kamisama wa Hanninmae
- Naomi Harada's Minna de Kyūshoku
- Mimi Kumano's Monmon
Karakemi's Keisatsu no Onii-san has been serializing simultaneously online on Houbunsha's Manga Home website, and it will continue to do so.
Aya Tsutsumi's Ninki Manga-ka ni Naru 15 no Hōzoku will continue on Kadokawa's ComicWalker website and app.
Houbunsha launched the Manga Time Jumbo magazine in 1995. Houbunsha is also ending its Manga Time Family magazine on March 17.
Source: Comic Natalie