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Monthly Afternoon (月刊アフタヌーン, Gekkan Afutanūn) is a Japanese monthly seinen manga anthology published by Kodansha under the Afternoon line of magazines. The first issue was released with a cover date of January 25, 1986. Each issue typically has around thirty ongoing stories by various authors and runs about 800 pages. Afternoon has spawned many successful seinen manga series such as Oh My Goddess!, Genshiken, Blade of the Immortal and Big Windup! It is part of Kodansha's "1day" series, which also includes the magazines Morning and Evening. In its October 2008 issue, a spin-off magazine called good! Afternoon was announced to be launched.[1]

Manga artists and series featured in AfternoonEdit

  • Haru Akiyama
    • Octave
  • Kia Asamiya
    • Assembler 0X
    • Compiler
    • Karapuri!
  • Hitoshi Ashinano
    • Yokohama Kaidashi Kikō
    • Kabu no Isaki
  • Hiroki Endo
    • Eden: It's an Endless World!
  • Tooru Fujisawa
    • Tokko
  • Kōsuke Fujishima
    • Oh My Goddess!
    • You're Under Arrest (originally on Morning Party Extra)
  • Asa Higuchi
  • Hitoshi Iwaaki
  • Shimoku Kio
  • Mohiro Kitoh
    • Narutaru (Shadow Star)
    • Wings of Vendemiaire
  • Takayuki Kōsai
    • Shuusen no Lorelei (based on the novel by Harutoshi Fukui)
  • Iou Kuroda
    • Nasu
  • Mahiro Maeda
    • Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo
  • Tsutomu Nihei
  • Megumu Okada
    • Shadow Skill
  • Sumomo Yumeka
  • Hiroaki Samura
  • Satoshi Shiki
    • Kami Kaze
  • Kenichi Sonoda
    • Cannon God Exaxxion
    • Gunsmith Cats
    • Gunsmith Cats BURST
    • Bullet the Wizard
  • Yuzo Takada
    • Little Jumper
  • Tsutomu Takahashi
    • Ice Blade
  • Daisaku Tsuru
    • Nachun
  • Kenji Tsuruta
    • Spirit of Wonder (originally serialized in monthly Weekly Morning)
  • Hiroyuki Utatane
    • Seraphic Feather (story by Yo Morimoto and Toshiya Takeda)
  • Yuki Urushibara
  • Riichi Ueshiba
  • Makoto Yukimura
  • Kumakura Takatoshi
    • Mokke
  • Naoko Hayashiba & Jiro Ando
    • Shion no Ō
  • Minoru Toyoda
    • Love Roma

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