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Ribon

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Categories  Shōjo manga
Year founded  1955
Country  Japan
Frequency  Monthly
Company  Shueisha
Circulation  183,333 (July–September, 2016)

Ribon (りぼん) is a monthly Japanese shōjo manga magazine published by Shueisha. First issued in August 1955, its rivals are Nakayoshi and Ciao. Its target audience is girls roughly 9–13 years old. In 2009, the magazine's circulation was 274,167. The circulation in 2010 was down to 243,334.

Contents

Issues contain stories on multicolored newsprint and are often more than 400 pages long. They are distributed with a sackful of goodies (furoku) that range from small toys to colorful note paper and other things, with the characters of Ribon manga on them. Readers can send in stamps for mail order gifts (zen-in) in some issues. Ribon is published on the 3rd of each month.

The manga series from this magazine are later compiled and published in book form (tankōbon) under the Ribon Mascot Comics (RMC) imprint.

Manga

Listed chronologically.

Current

Last updated: July 19, 2016

These are current manga titles being regularly serialized in Ribon.

Past

  • Himitsu no Akko-chan (1962–1965, Fujio Akatsuka, the first magical girl manga)
  • Mahoutsukai Sally (1966–1967, Mitsuteru Yokoyama, adapted into the first shōjo and magical girl anime)
  • Shiroi Heya no Futari (1971, Ryoko Yamagishi)
  • Suna no Shiro (1977–1981, Yukari Ichijō)
  • Tokimeki Tonight (1982–1994, Koi Ikeno)
  • Tsuki no Yoru Hoshi no Asa (1983–1985), Keiko Honda)
  • Ponytail Hakusho (1985–1987, Megumi Mizusawa)
  • Hoshi no Hitomi no Silhouette (1985–1989), Aoi Hiiragi)
  • Chibi Maruko-chan (1986–1996, Momoko Sakura)
  • Sorairo No Melody (1987–1988, Megumi Mizusawa)
  • Handsome na Kanojo (1988–1992, Wataru Yoshizumi)
  • Mimi o Sumaseba (1989), Aoi Hiiragi)
  • Hime-chan's Ribbon (1990–1994, Megumi Mizusawa)
  • Tenshi Nanka Ja Nai (1991–1994, Ai Yazawa)
  • Akazukin Chacha (1991–2000, Min Ayahana)
  • Marmalade Boy (1992–1995, Wataru Yoshizumi)
  • Koi mo 2 Do Me nara (1993, Yue Takasuka)
  • Anata to Scandal (1993–1995, Ayumi Shiina)
  • Kodomo no Omocha (1994–1998, Miho Obana)
  • Nurse Angel Ririka SOS (1995–1996, Koi Ikeno)
  • Neighborhood Story (1995–1997, Ai Yazawa)
  • Kero Kero Chime (1995–1998, Maguro Fujita)
  • Baby Love (1995–1999, Ayumi Shiina)
  • Kimi Shika Iranai (1996, Wataru Yoshizumi)
  • I.O.N (1997, Arina Tanemura)
  • Ohisama Company (1997, Yue Takasuka)
  • Mint na Bokura (1997–2000, Wataru Yoshizumi)
  • Good Morning Call (1997–2002, Yue Takasuka)
  • Fancy Lala (1998, Rurika Kasuga)
  • Kagen no Tsuki (1998–1999, Ai Yazawa)
  • Seishun Shiterukai! (1998–1999, Ryō Azuki)
  • Kamikaze Kaito Jeanne (1998–2000, Arina Tanemura)
  • Gals! (1998–2002, Mihona Fujii)
  • Partner (1999–2000, Miho Obana)
  • Seikimatsu no Angel (1999–2001, Erika Kurahashi)
  • St. Dragon Girl (1999–2003, Natsumi Matsumoto)
  • Sora Sora (2000, Yōko Maki)
  • Penguin Brothers (2000–2001, Ayumi Shiina)
  • Random Walk (2000–2001, Wataru Yoshizumi)
  • Time Stranger Kyoko (2000–2001, Arina Tanemura)
  • W Pinch!! (2000–2001, Ryō Azuki)
  • Bokutachi no Tabi (2001, Mayu Sakai)
  • Andante (2001–2002, Miho Obana)
  • Atashi wa Bambi (2001–2002, Yōko Maki)
  • Max Lovely! (2001–2003, Erika Kurahashi)
  • Nine Puzzle (2002, Mayu Sakai)
  • Full Moon o Sagashite (2002–2004, Arina Tanemura)
  • Ultra Maniac (2002–2004, Wataru Yoshizumi)
  • Aishiteruze Baby (2002–2005, Yōko Maki)
  • Sakuragaoka Angels (2003, Yue Takasuka)
  • Nagatachō Strawberry (2003–2004, Mayu Sakai)
  • Love Wan! (2003–2005, Ryō Azuki)
  • Saint Dragon Girl Miracle (2003–2005, Natsumi Matsumoto)
  • Anata e no Tsuki (2004, Natsumi Ouchi)
  • Cactus's Secret (2004–2005, Nana Haruta)
  • Ageha 100% (2004–2006, Kozue Takeuchi)
  • Sugar Pot (2004–2006, Yue Takasuka)
  • Charisma Doll (2004-2005), Erika Kurahashi
  • The Gentlemen's Alliance Cross (2004–2008, Arina Tanemura)
  • Himegimi no Icon (2005, Natsumi Ouchi)
  • Peter Pan Syndrome (2005, Mayu Sakai)
  • Royal Straight (2005, Aki Mochida)
  • Star Blacks (2005, Yōko Maki)
  • Ya-Ya-Yah ga Yattekuru! (2005–2006, Kaoru Kitazawa)
  • Love-Berrish! (2005–2007, Nana Haruta)
  • Rockin' Heaven (2005–2008, Mayu Sakai)
  • Alice kara Magic (2006, Natsumi Matsumoto)
  • Loose Leaf (2006, Aki Mochida)
  • Taranta Ranta (2006–2007, Yōko Maki)
  • Pretty Cure Splash Star (2005-2006, Futago Kamikita)
  • Aozora POP (2006–2008, Natsumi Ouchi)
  • Kigi no Yukue (2007, Fumi Eban)
  • Osanpo No Jikan (2007, Megumi Mizusawa)
  • Chocolate Cosmos (2007–2008, Nana Haruta)
  • Hikari no Su e (2007–2008, Fumi Eban)
  • Sakura Hime: The Legend of Princess Sakura (2008-2012, Arina Tanemura)
  • Shiawase-iro no Jitensha (2007–2008, Shiho Komiyuno)
  • Crash! (2007–2009, Yuka Fujiwara)
  • Kimi wa Sakamichi no Tochū de (2008, Aki Mochida)
  • Majokaru Majokaru (2008, Kozue Takeuchi)
  • Mistress Fortune (2008, Arina Tanemura)
  • Fly-High! (2008–2009, Natsumi Oouchi)
  • Petit Parade!! (2008–2009, Saori Oooka)
  • Momo (2008 - 2011, Mayu Sakai)
  • Zekkyō Gakkyū (2008 - 2015, Emi Ishikawa)
  • Kuremachika Kutsuten(2009, Mayu Sakai)
  • Stardust★Wink (2009-2012, Nana Haruta)
  • Shouri no Akuma (2009-2010, Yōko Maki)
  • Kiss Me Host-gumi (2009-2010, Nachi Yūki)
  • Hiyokoi (2009-2014, Moe Yukimaru)
  • Heart no Daiya (2009-2010, Mayu Shinjo)
  • Mobile Girl Memori (2010-2010, Saori Oooka)
  • Tsubame no Suu (2010-2012, Risako Toriumi)
  • Marimo no Hana〜Saikyou Butouha Shougakusei Densetsu〜 (2010-2014, Yasushi Akimoto, Yuuko Kasumi)
  • Nagareboshi Lens (2011-2014, Murata Mayu)
  • Sekai no Hate (2011-2012, Aoi Makino)
  • Sugar Soldier (2011-2015 Sakai Mayu)
  • Rozen Maiden: Dolls Talk (2012–2014, Haru Karuki)
  • Mahou to Hatsukoi。 (2012-2012, Utano Yuzuki)
  • Hanameguri Awase (2012-2013, Mochida Aki)
  • Tama Tama! Kingyosou (2012-2014, Konatsu Okano)
  • Romantica Clock (2012-2016, Maki Yoko)
  • Primo Prima! (2013-2014, Utano Yuzuki)
  • Little Witch Academia: Tsukiyo no Ōkan (2015, Yuka Fujiwara)
  • References

    Ribon Wikipedia


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