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Big Comic Superior

Big Comic Superior
ビッグコミックスペリオール
Cover of February 22, 2008 issue
Categories Seinen manga
Frequency Semimonthly on 2nd and 4th Fridays
Circulation 204,125 (2010)
First issue 1987-07-01
Company Shogakukan
Country Japan
Language Japanese
Website //bigsuperior.jpbig-3

Big Comic Superior (ビッグコミックスペリオール Biggu Komikku Superiōru) is a semimonthly Buronson.

Superior was originally a special issue of Big Comic Original, published twice monthly on the 1st and 15th. However, since it was selling just as well as the main three magazines (Big Comic, Big Comic Original, and Big Comic Spirits), it began to be released every other week. It is currently released twice monthly on the second and fourth Fridays. As of 2011, Superior has a circulation of about 250,000 for each issue.[1]

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References

  1. ^ 2010 Japanese Manga Magazine Circulation Numbers.
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