Bessatsu Hana to Yume Magazine Manga's Fates Revealed
posted on 2018-05-25 12:38 EDT by Jennifer Sherman
The July issue of Hakusensha's shōjo magazine Bessatsu Hana to Yume provided more information about what will happen after the magazine ends publication in the same issue. The issue shipped on Saturday.
Saki Hiwatari's Boku wa Chikyū to Utau manga will move to Hakusensha's Melody magazine starting in the October issue on August 28. Emura's Wonder Honey, Rei Izawa's Hyakka Mangekyō, Hisaya Nakajo's Momo mo Motto!, Shigeyoshi Takagi's Kyokkei Gakuen, Kou Matsuzuki's Hōkago Sensei to., Koyomi Minamori's Sekai wa Kyō mo Mawatteru, and Naomi Yamauchi's Ochikubo will move to Hakusensha's Manga Park app and website. The final chapter of Masumi Kawasou's Touring Express Euro will debut on Manga Park on June 26, and a new series will launch in Hakusensha's Hanamaru Manga web manga magazine.
Nanpei Yamada, Shigeru Takao, Ritsu Miyako, and Banko Kuze will launch series in a new web magazine titled Hana Yume Ai this fall. Next spring, Marimo Ragawa's Kyūketsuki to Yukai na Nakama-tachi will resume in Hana Yume Ai.
Hakusensha launched the magazine in 1977 as a sister magazine to the main Hana to Yume magazine. The magazine started out as a quarterly publication. The magazine became a bimonthly publication in 1991, and then a monthly publication in 1993. It returned to bimonthly in 2002, before finally returning to a monthly schedule in 2006.
The magazine has hosted such manga as Kaori Yuki's Grand Guignol Orchestra and Blood Hound; Makoto Tateno's King of Cards; Aya Kanno's Otomen; Chika Shiomi's Yukarism, Rasetsu, and Ludwig Revolution; Fuyu Tsuyama and Rei Izawa's Shitsuji-sama no Okiniiri; and Saki Hiwatari's Boku o Tsutsumu Tsuki no Hikari, as well as its sequel Boku wa Chikyū to Utau. Suzue Miuchi's Glass Mask and Mineo Maya's Patalliro! were still being serialized in the magazine until this month.
Source: Comic Natalie
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