As part of the 60th anniversary of Shueisha's monthly magazine Ribon
It has been announced that a 32-page one-shot new chapter of Megumi Mizusawa's fantasy shoujo manga in the 1990s, Himechan no Ribbon, will be published in the upcoming August issue of Shueisha's Ribon to be released in Japan on July 3. This is part of the 60th anniversary of the monthly shoujo magazine launched in 1955.
The manga was serialized from August 1990 to January 1994, then compiled in 10 tankobon volumes and six-volume bunko editions. It also got a 61-episode TV anime adaptation by Studio Gallop in 1992-1993, seven-volume novel adaptations written by Takashi Yamada in 1993-1994, and a musical adaptation starring Tsuyoshi Kusanagi (SMAP) and Tomoya Nagase (TOKIO) in 1993. A remake manga series Himechan no Ribbon Colorful illustrated by Shiho Koyumino was serialized in the magazine in 2009-2010.
"Himechan no Ribbon" latest illustration
Original tankobon 1st and 10th volume
Bunko edition 1st and 6th volume
Remake "Himechan no Ribbon Colorful" 1st and 2nd volume
via: Comic Natalie
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