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Weekly Morning

Weekly Morning
Cover of the May 2011 issue of Weekly Morning, published by Kodansha on May 15, 2011
Categories Seinen manga
Frequency Weekly
First issue 1982
Company Kodansha
Country Japan
Language Japanese
Website Morning

Weekly Morning (Japanese: 週刊モーニング Hepburn: Shūkan Mōningu) is a weekly Japanese seinen manga magazine published by Kodansha, aimed at adult men. It debuted in 1982 as Comic Morning (コミックモーニング Komikku Mōningu) and is also known as simply Morning (モーニング Mōningu).

Currently running manga series

Title Author / Artist Premiered
Billy Bat Naoki Urasawa (story & art) & Takashi Nagasaki (story) October 2008
Cooking Papa Tochi Ueyama 1985
Dera Cinema Hoshino Yasushi 2010
Giant Killing Masaya Tsunamoto 2007
Gurazeni Moritaka Yuji (story) & Adachi Keiji (art) 2010
Hirake Koma! Miname Q-ta 2011
Hōzuki no Reitetsu Eguchi Natsumi 2011
Hyouge Mono Yoshihiro Yamada 2005
Kaichō Shima Kōsaku Kenshi Hirokane 2013
Karechi Ikeda Kurihiko 2009
Kita no Lion Watase Seizou 2009
Les Gouttes de Dieu Tadashi Agi November 2004
Miifa Hinaki Miwa 2009
Neko Darake Yokoyama Kimuchi 2009
OL Shinkaron Akizuki Risu 1990
Omoni Naeitemasu Akiko Higashimura 2010
Piano no Mori Makoto Isshiki 1998
Poten Seikatsu Yokoyama Kimuchi 2008
ReMember King Gonta 2010
Rice Shoulder Tsuyoshi Nakaima 2007
Shinshirakawa Genjin: Asode Kurasu Kyuukyoku DIY Seikatsu Morimura Jin 2009
Soushi Book Guide Tamakawa Shigeki 2010
Space Brothers (manga) Chuya Koyama 2008
Tokujou Kabachi! Kabachitare! 2 Tajima Takashi (story) & Kochi Takahiro (art) 2005
Toripan Torino Nanko 2005
U Roswell Hosoki 2010
Vagabond Takehiko Inoue 1998

Manga artist and series featured in Weekly Morning

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