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Shonen Sunday's 50th Anniversary


March 19, 2008
Compiled by Harley Acres & Dylan Acres



  • Wednesday in Japan
    As webmasters who update constantly, Wednesday is perhaps the most important day of our week. Wednesday is the day that the Shonen Sunday hits newsstands in Japan. Even before the newest chapter summary of Inuyasha shows up on the site we put up the newest cover of Shonen Sunday. And so March 19th started out like any other Wednesday. Upon waking up, Dylan grabbed the newest cover, happily noted it was Detective Conan, and uploaded it to the site. It was only a few hours later, upon realizing that this week did indeed mark the beginning of Shonen Sunday's 50th Anniversary festivities did he take a second look. It seems as though Conan is reaching out for something... and there have been news stories about Shogakukan and Kodansha working together to celebrate their weekly shonen magazines mutual 50th birtdays. With that in mind, we did a bit of browsing only to discover that this was truly a very big day!



    The two biggest stars of their companies magazine, Ippo Makunouchi of Hajime no Ippo and Conan Edogawa of Detective Conan shaking hands and beginning the year long run towards Shonen Sunday and Shonen Magazine's respective 50th anniversaries. Even though Rumic World is dedicated to the works of Rumiko Takahashi, we love manga in general, and Shonen Sunday is our favorite magazine, so we couldn't just let the celebration go by without being a part of it! With that, let's begin our coverage of Rumiko Takahashi and the other superstars of manga contributions to Shonen Sunday and Shonen Magazine's 50th Anniversary!

    Titles Running During the 49th Anniversary Issue
    Shonen Sunday
    Shonen Magazine
    Inuyasha by Rumiko Takahashi Hajime no Ippo by George Morikawa
    Detective Conan by Gosho Aoyama Godhand Teru by Kazuki Yamamoto
    Cross Game by Mitsuru Adachi Ace of the Diamond by Yuji Terajima
    MAJOR by Takuya Mitsuda Fairy Tale by Hiro Mashima
    Kekkaishi by Yellow Tanabe Negima! by Ken Akamatsu
    Hayate the Combat Butler by Kenjiro Hata Bloody Monday by Ryu Ryuumon & Yoshiyuki Muragami
    Shijo Saikyo no Deshi Kenichi by Syun Matsuena Area no Kishi by Yoshiya Yamamoto
    Zettai Karen Children by Takashi Shiina Smash! by Kaori Saki
    Saijo no Meii by Takashi Hashiguchi School Rumble by Jin Kobayashi
    Darren Shan by Takahiro Arai Yankee-kun and Megane-chan by Miki Yoshikawa
    Ocha ni Gosu. by Hiroyuki Nishimori Air Gear by Oh! Great
    Ifrit: Danzai no Enjin by Masanori Yoshida Shinyaku "Kyojin no Hoshi" Hanagata by Yoshiyuki Murakami
    Kongo Bancho by Nakaba Suzuki Ahiru no Sora by Takeshi Hinata
    Dive! by Masahiro Ikeno & Eto Mori Tsubasa by CLAMP
    Gamble by Mitsuru Kaga Sayonara Zetsubo Sensei by Koji Kumeta
    Kunai Den by Iori Tabasa Tokkyu! by Mitsuro Kubo and Yoichi Komori
    Lost + Brain by Akira Ootani Yokai no Oisha-san by Yuuki Sato
    Maou: Juvenile Remix by Kotaro Isaka & Megumi Osuga Over Drive by Yasuda Tsuyoshi
    Marine Hunter by Shiro Otsuka Kenko Zanrakei Suieibu Umisho by Mitsuru Hattori
    Obo Samba by Kosuke Ijima Mirai Chonaikai by Eiji Nonaka
    Saikyo! Toritsu Aoizaka Koko Yakyubu by Motoyuki Tanaka Mou, Shimasen Kara. by Hideo Nishimoto
    Shibatora by Tadashi Aki & Masashi Asaki
    Baby Steps by Masaki Katsuki


  • Press Conference
    On the morning of March 19th representatives from both Shonen Magazine and Shonen Sunday held a press conference in Tokyo to announce this historic event. IT Media covered the affair and the following is an overview of this special ceremony, dubbed "Team Wednesday."

    "Team Wednesday" encompasses the the 50th anniversary of "Sunday" and "Magazine" and makes for an unprecedented tag team as the magazines showed their support for one another. Pictured at left is the unveiling of the 16th issue covers to the Japanese media. Amongst those standing on stage is gravure idol Satomi Ishihara and actor Shun Oguri.

    The press conference featured a brief history of both magazines, which were launched on the same day and published on Wednesday of each week. It was then announced that Shonen Sunday and Shonen Magazine would unite as the tag team "Team Wednesday". Mitsuru Adachi, Rumiko Takahashi and other manga giants appeared on stage together in a show of support.


    It seemed pre-destined that as Shonen Sunday (Shogakukan) and Shonen Magazine (Kodansha) both launched on the same day and would both celebrate their 50th anniversaries next year it made perfect sense to do the unprecedented and team up. Both magazines will collaborate on a special issue by putting together their popular manga. Additionally Konami, Uniqlo as well as other companies, will also be invovled in the developing merchandise for the collaboration. The two long standing publishers agreed to the experiment of bringing their manga together amidst an overall decline in the manga market, enthusiastically saying "We want to reaffirm our interest in manga." As mentioned, both magazines have suffered a decline in readership over the years. Shonen Magazine currently averages 1,870,000 readers while Shonen Sunday trails with 935,000 (source). Both magazines trail rival Shonen Jump.

    As previously mentioned both magazines launched on the same day, March 17, 1959. Which magazine was first has been a point of intense rivalry between the two companies, which each finally agreeing to say that they launched simultaneously. Since then series such as Oba Q, Touch, Kyojin no Hoshi, Ashita no Joe and many other masterpieces have been published in the magazines; series that have contributed to the manga culture of Japan in a big way.

    With the 50th anniversary next year, each Wednesday both companies will start producing "Team Wednesday" products as a cohensive unit. "Why not celebrate our birthdays together" and keep collaborating on various projects the publishers said. Some of those projects will include:

  • Detective Conan & Kindaichi Case Files Manga
  • Exclusive Anniversary Clothing Line
  • Joint Video Game Release by Konami
  • Giveaways Within the Magazines

    More detailed information and images on each of these topics can be found further down the page.



    At the press conference , mangaka Mitsuru Adachi, Rumiko Takahashi, Tetsuya Chiba and Fujiko Fujio A all made an unexpected appearance together to cheer on both magazines. Pictured at right are Mitsuru Adachi, who currently publishes Cross Game and Rumiko Takahashi, who publishes Inuyasha in Shonen Sunday. Said Adachi, who has been appearing in Shonen Sunday weekly since 1981, "It's hard to imagine a shonen manga magazine running for fifty years." And with a wry smile he added, "Congratulations..." While Takahashi said, "Coming out every week for fifty years is really something. I think weekly manga will continue for a long time to come since it continually resonates with young audiences."

    Their comments were followed by two legends of manga, Tetsuya Chiba (Ashita no Joe) and Fujiko Fujio A (Hattori-kun). Said Chiba, "When the magazines started I was still an 18 year old boy, and I left around the 40th anniversary, but it seems that we're going through life together."

    Sunday's first issue featured Fujiko Fujio A's Umi no Ouji, who said, "In the first issue we had Osamu Tezuka (Dr. Thrill), Hiroo Terada (Sportsman Kintaro), Katsumi Masahiko (Nanban Kotengu), and Ryuuichi Yokoyama (Uchuu Shonen Tonda)... of the five original stories published there all of them are dead except for me. I hate to brag but... (laughs)." In those days, when you "dropped a request from a weekly magazine it was serious business". Fujiko F. Fujio agreed to do one, but then tried to pull out the next day. "We humbly apologized, but we never got another offer from Kodansha and after that we only drew for Shogakukan," he laughingly told the assembly.

    With the press conference concluded, the magazines were in the hands of fans across Japan who were able to learn more details of what this unheard of team up would lead to.

  • Great Detective Team-up
    Shogakukan and Kodansha will be releasing a bi-monthly book featuring stories of Detective Conan's Conan Edogawa and Kindaichi Case Files' Hajime Kindaichi. First, on April 10th, Sunday's Detective Conan and Magazine's concluded Kindaichi Case Files will come together for a special issue retailing for 380 yen. The new magazine will be released twice monthly on the 10th and 25th, with Shogakukan selling it in April and Kodansha taking over in May. Each publisher will continue to alternate in subsequent months through October. It is unclear at this time if the magazine will feature new stories from each manga, but with Gosho Aoyama continuing to publish Detective Conan weekly in Shonen Sunday and Kindaichi Casefiles well publicized single chapter reappearance in the 18th issue of Shonen Magazine.

  • Uniqlo's Unique Fashions
    As mentioned above, Japanese retailer Uniqlo will be releasing a series of shirts over 53 weeks leading up to both magazines 50th anniversaries. This week kicked off with some very big names from both titles, including Rumiko Takahashi's own Urusei Yatsura and Ranma as well as Detective Conan and Mobile Police Patlabor from Shonen Sunday. Shonen Magazine's initial offering isn't too shabby either with Cromartie High School, Ge Ge Ge no Kitaro, Kyojin no Hoshi, Hajime no Ippo, and Tiger Mask getting their own shirts. This being Rumic World, of course we have to show off the shirts for Ranma and Urusei Yatsura! Click on the image for a larger view of both shirts. For a complete listing of every shirt released over the course of the year, click here.

  • Games, Games, Games!
    Other companies are getting in on the collaboration too. Software developer Konami is creating a video game featuring characters from both Shonen Magazine and Shonen Sunday. Additionally there are also plans for a card game and other prizes yet to be announced. Game developer Epoch is releasing a handheld baseball game featuring a showdown between Tatsuya Uesugi of Touch and Mitsuru Hanagata of Kyojin no Hoshi that should be on store shelves this summer.

  • Other Goodies
    Included in each of the next few issues of Shonen Sunday will be a supplemental feature entitled "My Sweet Sunday" which will take a look back at the history of the magazine in ten year increments. Each week the magazine will give away different prizes from famous series that have been featured in Shonen Sunday's fifty year history. The first contest fans can enter features a solid gold, 24 karat Lum from Urusei Yatsura valued at 200,000 yen.
    Future prizes and giveaways include clearfiles for Touch and Urusei Yatsura, a Zettai Karen Children coin, a Hayate the Combat Butler Shirao Academy school ID, and a Detective Conan postcard.

Needless to say today was a huge news day, not only for fans of series featured in Shonen Sunday and Shonen Magazine but manga fans in general. In the weeks to come there are sure to be more announcements from Shogakukan and Kodansha regarding the collaboration, and with our favorite mangaka, Rumiko Takahashi wrapping up Inuyasha in the coming weeks, exciting news on her next series may not be far behind as the March 19, 2009 date of Shonen Sunday's 50th anniversary approaches.


March 23, 2008



  • Sega Crane Game
    The "Team Wednesday" Crane Game manufactured by Sega will be released this year in two editions. The summer version will be released in August 2008, while the Winter version will be released in November 2008. Prizes will include a figure set, jumbo folding fan, bath towel, soccer ball, commemorative mahjong tile, and LED light keychain.

    Series that will appear in the game include: Idejuu!, Inuyasha, Law of Ueki, Ushio & Tora, Urusei Yatsura, Osomatsu-kun, Obi o Gyutto Ne!, Oretachi no Field, Ore wa Chokkaku, Katte ni Kaizo, Karakuri Circus, Ganbare Genki, Mobile Police Unit Patlabor, The Ultimate Superman R, Kyo Kara Ore wa!!, Gu-Gu Ganmo, Cross Game, Kekkaishi, Ghost Sweeper Mikami, Zatch Bell!!, Sasuke, Survival, Shijo Saikyo no Deshi Kenichi, Ja Ja Uma Grooming*Up!, Shinsei Motemote Oukoku, Touch, Dandoh!!, Tensai Bakabon, Dororon Enma-kun, Neko Navi, Pa-man, Hayate the Combat Butler!, B.B., Drifting Classroom, Pro-golfer Saru, Blazing Transfer Student, Makoto-chan, Musashi no Ken, Detective Conan, Firefighter Daigo of Fire Company M, MAJOR, Moretsu Ataro, Monkey Turn, Yakitate Japan, Ranma , Flame of Recca, and others...

    For Shonen Magazine the series include: A.I. Love You, Akuma-kun, Ashita Tenki Ni Naare, Ashita no Joe, 1.2 no Sanshiro, Air Gear, 8-Man, MMR, Over Drive, Offside, Ore wa Teppei, Kaze no Sylpheed, Chameleon, Karate Baka Ichidai, Kyojin no Hoshi, Kindaichi Case Files, Geki Retsu, Ge Ge Ge no Kitaro, Getbackers, Kotaro Makari To-oru!, Godhand Teru, Psychometrer Eiji, Cyborg 009, The Kabocha Wine, Cromartie High School, Samurai Deeper Kyo, Sayonara Zetsubo Sensei, Shoot!, Shota no Sushi, Super Doctor K, School Rumble, Tiger Mask, Detective Academy Q, Chuuka Ichiban!, Tsuri Kichi Sanpei, Devilman, Tokkyu!!, Donda Couple, Harlem Beat, Hakai Ouno Ritaka, Hajime no Ippo, Batsu & Terry, Baribari Densetsu, Fairy Tail, Boys Be..., Negima!, Mr. Ajikko, Mou Shimasen Kara., Love Hina, and others...

  • Footage from March 19th
    Footage from the initial press conference has begun surfacing on the internet. Unfortunately the subject of this particular piece is the hosts of the event, Shun Oguri and Satomi Ishihara, but fans can enjoy seeing their favorite mangaka, including Rumiko Takahashi in a rare live appearance.

    (The You Tube link is now down, but you can watch the video here on Yahoo Japan)
    During the interview Ishihara relates discusses Shonen Sunday's photoshoot with her in New Caledonia, while Shonen Magazine used her in a photo session in Milan, Italy. Oguri compared the Conan-Ippo handshake to George Lucas and Steven Spielberg coming together, and stated that Shonen Magazine and Shonen Sunday taught values like love, friendship and courage. When asked if he still reads manga, Oguri, who plays Shinichi Kudo in the Detective Conan live-action drama, stated that he has continued to read shonen manga since his childhood, and has a particular affinity for the works of Mitsuru Adachi, and while in junior high school being very influenced by the Shonen Magazine series "Boys Be". When asked if there are any characters he'd like to play, he states that he's very pleased to be playing Shonen Sunday's Shinichi Kudo (Detective Conan), but would love to star in an adaptation of Shonen Magazine's "Over Drive" and date Minami from "Touch".


April 1, 2008


  • Tokyo Animation Fair 2008
    The Tokyo Animation Fair took place from March 26th through March 30th, and had a number of exclusive items related to the Team Wednesday event. For Rumic World's complete coverage, click here.


May 12, 2008


  • Sunday/Magazine Candies
    A new series of candies featuring various stars of Shonen Sunday and Shonen Magazine has been released by Glico. Sunday series include Detective Conan, Kekkaish, Urusei Yatsura, Pa-Man, Makoto-chan and Patlabor. Shonen Magazine titles will include Tensai Bakabon, Hajime no Ippo, 8-Man, Tsuri Kichi Sanpei, Tiger Mask and Kyojin no Hoshi. Click here to see the various candies.


May 20, 2008


  • Sunday vs Magazine Card Game
    The website for the new Shonen Sunday versus Shonen Magazine card game is now online. The site details the rules of the game and lists some of the series that will appear. The decks will include the "Great Detective Deck" will include Detective Conan, Kindaichi Case Files, Kongo Bancho and Shijo Saikyo no Deshi Kenichi from Sunday versus Kindaichi Case Files, MMR, and Ashita no Joe from Magazine.

    The "sports deck" will feature Major, Blazing Transfer Student, and Zatch Bell for Sunday versus Hajime no Ippo, Kyojin no Hoshi, and Kotaro Makaritoru from Shonen Magazine.

    The "romantic comedy deck" features Urusei Yatsura, Shinsei Motemote Oukoku, and Touch for Shonen Sunday squaring off against Love Hina, Tensai Bakabon and Mister Ajikko from Shonen Magazine.


May 30, 2008


  • Sunday/Magazine Statues & Games
    Dengeki Online debuted the first photos of the upcoming statues featuring some of the most famous females from Shonen Sunday and Shonen Magazine together in a classroom setting. You've got Lum from Urusei Yatsura sitting next to Minami Asakura from Touch, and Naru Narusegawa of Love Hina. You can see all three girls in detail by clicking the picture at left. Another set includes Lum and an unidentified female from a Shonen Magazine series wearing kimonos with a variety of festival masks behind them. The site has some additional photos of the Team Wednesday Baseball game and Shogi game that are set for release in the near future.



July 9, 2008


  • Sunday/Magazine Georgia Coffee Figures
    Georgia Coffee has announced a set of figurines spotlighting characters from both Shonen Sunday (including Lum, Detective Conan, and Kazuya, among others) and Shonen Magazine (Kindaiichi, Joe, Ippo, etc). More images can be seen here.



August 19, 2008


  • Sunday Kingdom Event
    Sunday Kingdom is another event celebrating Shonen Sunday's 50th anniversary. The highlight of the event will be an autograph signing session with Kenjiro Hata (Hayate the Combat Butler). Some of the goods being sold will include items from the recent It's a Rumic World event, as well as Sunday vs. Magazine game cards, UFO catcher figures, a Shonen Sunday Rubick's Cube, large-format phone cards (depicting Urusei Yatsura, Ghost Sweeper Mikami, Touch and Ushio & Tora) and the Wii Pro Golfer Saru game.







November 26, 2008


  • Sunday/Magazine DS Game
    Shonen Sunday and Shonen Magazine have just announced the first in their expected series of games celebrating the 50th anniversary of the magazines. Konami will be releasing "Sunday X Magazine Netto! Dream Nine" for the Nintendo DS in the early months of 2009. No price is set yet, but some of the characters set to appear include Conan Edogawa from Detective Conan, Hayate Ayasaki from Hayate the Combat Butler, Minami Asakura from Touch, Goro Honda from MAJOR, Goro Aro from Diamond's Ace, and Hoshi Hyuuma from Star of the Giants.






January 5, 2009


  • Sunday/Magazine PSP Game
    Finally the game we've all wanted has been announced! A fighting game for the PSP featuring characters from both Shonen Sunday and Magazine. Inuyasha is definitely appearing, along with characters from: Air Gear, Hajime no Ippo, Fairy Tail, Cromartie High School, Negima!, Hayate the Combat Butler, Zettai Karen Children, Kekkaishi, Shijo Saikyo no Deshi Kenichi and Kyukoku Chojin R! Awesome!








January 24, 2009


  • Sunday/Magazine Stamps
    A series of commemorative postal stamps are being released to celebrate the 50th anniversary. Each of these classic series will get two stamps.

    Sunday series will be: Osomatsu-kun, Legend of Kamui, Dame Oyaji, Pro-Golfer Saru, Makoto-chan, Ganbare Genki, Urusei Yatsura, Cyborg 009, and Touch.

    Shonen Magazine series will include 8 Man, Kyojin no Hoshi, Ge Ge Ge no Kitaro, Tensai Bakabon, Ashita no Joe, Tiger Mask, Karate Baka Ichidai, Ai to Makoto, Tsukichi Sanpei, and Donde Couple.








March 19, 2009


  • Sunday/Magazine 50th Anniversary Party
    After a year of celebrations and special events, the fiftieth anniversary party finally kicked off at Tokyo's Teikoku Hotel in the Kujaku Room. There were 158 mangaka in attendance and over 1,000 guests who joined in the celebration. Seven mangaka were invited on stage to speak. Last year's speaker's Rumiko Takahashi (Urusei Yatsura), Mitsuru Adachi (Touch), Fujiko Fujio A (Ninja Hattori-kun) and Tetsuya Chiba (Ashita no Joe) spoke again and were joined by Takao Saito (Golgo 13), Takao Yaguchi (Tsurukichi Sanpei), and Makoto Kobayashi (What's Michael).

    At the event the mangaka gathered together to sign a giant pen, and they each drew one of their iconic characters. Please click the image to see a closer view of the drawings and the artists' signatures. In addition to the previously mentioned artists, some of these mangaka include Gosho Aoyama (Detective Conan), Natsumin (Yaoyoroo!), Leiji Matsumoto (Galaxy Express 999), Takahiro Arai (Darren Shan), Kazuhiro Fujita (Ushio & Tora), Go Nagai (Devilman), Tohru Fujisawa (Great Teacher Onizuka), Fumiya Sato (Kindaichi Case Files), Kouji Megumi (Bloody Monday) and Kazuhiko Shimamoto (Blazing Transfer Student). If you recognize any of the other signatures, please let us know! You can see all of the mangaka here.

    Gigazine did a great job covering the event, and you can see videos of the mangaka that spoke. Gigazine had a great article that looked at 50 years of magazine covers from both Shonen Sunday and Shonen Magazine. The Mainichi Daily News has an article that details the event as well as a photo showing the amazing cake with characters from both Shonen Sunday and Shonen Magazine decked out with 50 candles. Standing around the cake are Rumiko Takahashi, Mitsuru Adachi, Takao Saito, Fujiko Fujio A, Tetsuya Chiba, Makoto Kobayashi, and Takao Yaguchi.



    March 27, 2009


    • Sunday/Magazine Final Wrap Up
      It's been a year and for this final entry into our archive, we wanted to cover some of the things that were rolled out slowly over the course of the year that are now complete.

    • My Sweet Sunday
      Over the course of the year Shonen Sunday had some of their most noted artists return to the magazine to do short, autobiographical stories about how they got started in the manga industry and eventually how, for many of them, they got their first big break via Shonen Sunday.

      Just a note, Umezu only gave an interview and Fujio did a two-page illustration. The rest did actual stories of varying lengths (1-4 pages). Takahashi and Adachi worked together to create a 30 page story.





      Mangaka
      Shonen Sunday
      Yu Koyama Shonen Sunday 2008 Vol. 16
      Ryoichi Ikegami
      Fujiko Fujio A
      Kazuo Umezu
      Shinji Mizushima Shonen Sunday 2008 Vol. 17
      Osamu Ishiwata
      Mitsutoshi Furuya Shonen Sunday 2008 Vol. 18
      Kaoru Shintani
      Yoshihide Fujiwara
      Masahito Soda Shonen Sunday 2008 Vol. 23
      Daichi Banjou
      Go Nagai Shonen Sunday 2008 Vol. 25
      Noboru Rokuda Shonen Sunday 2008 Vol. 29
      Syun Matsuena
      George Akiyama Shonen Sunday 2008 Vol. 31
      Yellow Tanabe Shonen Sunday 2008 Vol. 34
      Fujihiko Hosono
      Yuuki Masami Shonen Sunday 2008 Vol. 43
      Naoki Mizuguchi
      Kazurou Inoue Shonen Sunday 2008 Vol. 44
      Ryouji Ryuuzaki
      Kouichirou Yasunaga Shonen Sunday 2008 Vol. 48
      Takashi Hashiguchi
      Kazuhiro Fujita Shonen Sunday 2008 Vol. 49
      Yu Nakahara Shonen Sunday 2008 Vol. 50
      Hiroyuki Nishimori Shonen Sunday 2008 Vol. 52
      Takao Saito Shonen Sunday 2009 Vol. 4/5
      Hidenori Hara
      Mitsuru Adachi Shonen Sunday 2009 Vol. 16
      Rumiko Takahashi
      Kazuhiko Shimamoto Shonen Sunday 2009 Vol. 29
      Satoshi Yoshida Shonen Sunday 2009 Vol. 31
      Kazuhiro Fujita Shonen Sunday 2009 Vol. 32
      Takashi Shiina
      Katsutoshi Kawai
      Kazuhiko Shimamoto
      Ryoji Minagawa
      Yasuichi Oshima Shonen Sunday 2009 Vol. 48


    • The 50th Anniversary Issue
      And we end things the same way we started, by sharing what stories were running in the issue that wrapped up the year long celebration.

      Titles Running During the 50th Anniversary Issue
      Shonen Sunday
      Shonen Magazine
      Detective Conan by Gosho Aoyama Godhand Teru by Kazuki Yamamoto
      Cross Game by Mitsuru Adachi Ace of the Diamond by Yuji Terajima
      MAJOR by Takuya Mitsuda Fairy Tale by Hiro Mashima
      Kekkaishi by Yellow Tanabe Negima! by Ken Akamatsu
      Hayate the Combat Butler by Kenjiro Hata Bloody Monday by Ryu Ryuumon & Yoshiyuki Muragami
      Shijo Saikyo no Deshi Kenichi by Shun Matsuena Area no Kishi by Yoshiya Yamamoto
      Zettai Karen Children by Takashi Shiina Smash! by Kaori Saki
      Saijo no Meii by Takashi Hashiguchi Hajime no Ippo by George Morikawa
      Arata Kangatari by Yuu Watase Yankee-kun and Megane-chan by Miki Yoshikawa
      Ocha Nigosu. by Hiroyuki Nishimori Air Gear by Oh! Great
      Artist Acro by Ato Sakurai Shinyaku "Kyojin no Hoshi" Hanagata by Yoshiyuki Murakami
      Kongo Bancho by Nakaba Suzuki Ahiru no Sora by Takeshi Hinata
      Traumeister by Atsushi Nakayama Tsubasa by CLAMP
      Gamble by Mitsuru Kaga Sayonara Zetsubo Sensei by Koji Kumeta
      Mitsuboshi no Speciality by Go Yako Shigyaku Keiyakusha Fausts by Yasushi Hoshino
      King Golf by Kensuke Sasaki Eden no Ori by Yoshinobu Yamada
      Maou: Juvenile Remix by Kotaro Isaka & Megumi Osuga Brass Boy by Yumika Tsuru
      The World That Only God Knows by Tamiki Wakaki Baby Steps by Masaki Katsuki
      Obo Samba by Kosuke Ijima Mirai Chonaikai by Eiji Nonaka
      Saikyo! Toritsu Aoizaka Koko Yakyubu by Motoyuki Tanaka Mou, Shimasen Kara. by Hideo Nishimoto
      Yaoyoroo! by Natsumin Masshu GO!! by Youichi Komori & Shouki Yonebayashi
      Hajimete no Aku by Shun Fujiki Shibatora by Tadashi Aki & Masashi Asaki
      Itsuwari Bito-Utusuho by Yuki Inuma Kimi no Iru Machi by Kouji Seo
      CODE:BREAKER by Akimine Kamijou
      Seitokai Yakuindomo by Tozen Ujiie
      Zero Sen by Atsushi Kase


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