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Cover for PULP: The Manga Magazine, October 1999 issue

PULP: The Manga Magazine

© 1999 Viz Communications

About This Magazine:

Evolving out of Viz Communications' prior attempts to create a manga anthology magazine, PULP: The Manga Magazine made its debut in 1997. PULP tried to differentiate itself from the competition by focusing on edgier, avant-garde content and sophisticated manga storytelling geared toward mature audiences. The problem was that the word "adult" in a comic store usually means "porno" (which PULP wasn't) and issues were often displayed in the nether regions of comic stores. The last issue of PULP was released in August 2002.

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Publlishing Frequency:

Monthly (discontinued)

Comics Series Featured:

  • Banana Fish by Akimi Yoshida
  • Uzumaki by Junji Ito
  • Cinderalla by Junko Mizuno
  • Strain by Yoshiyuki Okamura
  • Bakune Young by Toyokazu Matsunaga
  • Voyeur by Hideo Yamamoto
  • Even a Monkey Can Draw Manga by Koji Aihara and Kentaro Takekuma
  • Dance Until Tomorrow by Naoki Yamamoto
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