Gakken Holdings has revealed the cover of the next December 2019 issue of its anime specialized magazine Animedia to be released in Japan tomorrow, November 9. It is the first time in 22 years that the 38-year-old magazine has featured the Pokémon / Pocket Monsters anime characters on its cover. See the cover featuring the anime's two protagonists after the jump.
The official Twitter for Gakken Plus's monthly anime magazine Animedia has revealed images of the double-cover illustrations for its next July 2018 issue to be released on June 9. While one side features the upcoming TV anime third season Free! -Dive to the Future-, another side shows the five main characters from Sunrise's sixth Gundam TV series in the mid-1990s, Mobile Suit Gundam Wing. Meet the boys again after the jump!
The official website for Gakken Plus' monthly anime magazine Animedia announced today that the stock of its latest June 2018 issue has almost run out just in two days after release, so it will get a second print run for the second time in the magazine's 37-year history. The magazine was launched in 1981 and its current circulation is 34,567 copies according to Japan Magazine Publishers Association (JMPA). Hit the jump for more details.
From the current May 2017 issue released on April 10, Gakken Plus's anime magazine Animedia also has its digital edition. This is the first time for a Japanese anime magazine to have its digital edition. Hit the jump for more details.
Japanese publisher Gakken Plus today announced that the newest June 2016 issue of its popular anime specialized magazines for female fans, Otomedia, will get a second print run for the second time in the magazine's history. The main feature of the issue is "June Bride." Hit the jump for mored etails.
Japanese publisher Gakken Plus has announced that the latest February 2016 issues of its two popular anime specialized magazines, Animedia and Otomedia, will get a second print run for the first time in both magazines' history. It has been reported that the issues were sold out at many stores soon after they were published on January 9. Hit the jump for more details.
From King Tut to Winston Churchill, Gakken's History of the World manga is designed to teach Japanese children about all sorts of different people and events throughout history, and now the series is available in eBook form. Hit the jump to learn more.
Gakken, who also publishes the monthly bishoujo magazine Megami Magazine and the monthly anime information magazine Animedia, will be releasing a special yuri themed version of Megami Magazine called Megami Magazine Lily. Read on for more info.