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Monthly Shōnen Sunday

For other uses, see Shōnen Sunday (disambiguation).
Monthly Shōnen Sunday
Adachi series Q and A which debuted in this issue.
Editor Masato Hayashi
Categories Shōnen manga
Frequency Monthly
Circulation 100,000 (2010)
First issue June 2009
Company Shogakukan
Country  Japan
Language Japanese

Monthly Shōnen Sunday (月刊少年サンデー Gekkan Shōnen Sandē?), alternately known as Get the Sun (ゲッサン Gessan?), is a monthly shōnen manga magazine published in Japan by Shogakukan since 12 May 2009 (the June 2009 issue). The magazine was announced in February 2009.[1] Hayashi Masato, editor of Weekly Shōnen Sunday, is the current editor of the monthly magazine as well.[2]

The manga magazine has a target demographic of late teens to early twenties, similar to that of Jump Square.

Manga artists who debuted new series or stories in the magazine include Yellow Tanabe, Mitsuru Adachi, and Kiyohiko Azuma.[3]



Title Artist Creator First issue Last issue Notes
Aoi Honō Kazuhiko Shimamoto ← transferred from
Weekly Young Sunday
Asagiro Minoru Hiramatsu
Azumanga Daioh: Supplementary Lessons Kiyohiko Azuma short serialization
The!! Beach Stars Masahiro Morio ← transferred from
Weekly Young Sunday
Birthday Yellow Tanabe one shot
Daisan Sekai no Nagai Ken Nagai
Hallelujah Overdrive! Kōtarō Takata
Itsuka Omae to Jiruba o Yūji Yokoyama
Kakushin'ō: Vero Musica Masanori Yoshida
Kenryoku no Inu Police Wan! Pero Sugimoto
Kōkō Kyūji Zawa-san Eriko Mishima special
Let's Play with Yvonne Tomoyuki Arai
Lindbergh Ahn Dongshik
Makoto no Ōja Ashibi Fukui
Manekoi Taishi Mori
Mix Mitsuru Adachi
Nobunaga Concerto Ayumi Ishii
Number One Kaidoh Amiya Harumi
Otome Genocide Moricha winner of the first Get The Sun Rookie Award[4]
Q and A Mitsuru Adachi
Shinobi no Kuni Mutsumi Banno Ryō Wada
Toaru Hikūshi e no Tsuioku Koroku Inumura
Haruyuki Morisawa (illustration)
Maiko Ogawa
Tsuki no Hebi: Suikoden Ibun Hiroo Nakamichi
Welcome to the El-Palacio Takao Aoyagi
Yoshitō-sama Haruka Shii

Light novels

Title Author Illustrator First issue Last issue Notes
Kai, Sasu. Hirokatsu Sahara Junji Itō
Time Mail Tōichirō Kujira Hiroto Ōishi


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