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This is a list of manga series by volume count for series that span at least 35 tankōbon volumes.

Manga

Script error Ongoing series are highlighted in light green.

Volumes Chapters Title Magazine (schedule)
Publisher
First chapter
First volume
Last chapter
Last volume
170 1613[n 1] Kochira Katsushika-ku Kameari Kōen-mae Hashutsujo Weekly Shōnen Jump (weekly)
Shueisha
01976-09 September 1976[1]
01977-07-09 July 9, 1977[2]
Ongoing
157 Golgo 13 Big Comic (semimonthly)
Shogakukan
01969-01 January 1969[3]
01973-06-21 June 21, 1973[4]
Ongoing
151[n 2] Dokaben Weekly Shōnen Champion (weekly)
Akita Shoten
01972-04-24 April 24, 1972[citation needed]
01972-11 November 1972[5]
Ongoing
110 1069[n 3] Cooking Papa Weekly Morning (weekly)
Kodansha
01984 1984[6]
01986-01-18 January 18, 1986[7]
Ongoing
110 Nijitte Monogatari (弐十手物語) Weekly Post (weekly)
Shogakukan
?
01981-04-27 April 27, 1981[8]
?
02005-02-28 February 28, 2005[9] (110)
104 Minami no Teiou (ミナミの帝王) Bessatsu Manga Goraku (semimonthly, weekly)
Nihon Bungeisha

01992-03 March 1992[10]
Ongoing
104 Oishinbo Big Comic Spirits (monthly)
Shogakukan
01983-10 October 1983[citation needed]
01984-11-30 November 30, 1984[11]
Ongoing
101[n 4] 836[n 5] JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Weekly Shōnen Jump (weekly)
Shueisha
01987 1987[citation needed]
01987-08-10 August 10, 1987[12]
Ongoing
96 870 Abu-san Big Comic Original (semimonthly)
Shogakukan
01973 1973[citation needed]
01974-05-15 May 15, 1974[13]
Ongoing
95[n 6] Kōtarō Makaritōru! Weekly Shōnen Magazine (weekly)
Kodansha
01982 1982[citation needed]
01983-01-20 January 20, 1983[14]
Ongoing
94 Shizukanaru Don – Yakuza Side Story Weekly Manga Sunday (weekly)
Jitsugyo no Nihon Sha
01988-11-15 November 15, 1988[15]
01989-04-06 April 6, 1989[16]
Ongoing
92 900[n 1] Fighting Spirit/Hajime no Ippo Weekly Shōnen Magazine (weekly)
Kodansha
01989 1989[citation needed]
01990-02-17 February 17, 1990[17]
Ongoing
92 Asari-chan (あさりちゃん) Shogakukan no Gakushu Zasshi
Shogakukan
01978 1978[citation needed]
01980-04-26 April 26, 1980[18]
Ongoing
91 Baki the Grappler Weekly Shōnen Champion (weekly)
Akita Shoten
01991 1991[citation needed]
01992-02 February 1992[19]
Ongoing
91 Haguregumo Big Comic Original (semimonthly)
Shogakukan
01973 1973[citation needed]
01975-06-06 June 6, 1975[20]
Ongoing
85[n 7] 463[n 1] Captain Tsubasa Weekly Shōnen Jump, Weekly Young Jump (weekly)
Shueisha
01981 1981[citation needed]
01982-01 January 1982[citation needed]
Ongoing
84[n 8] Patalliro! Hana to Yume (semimonthly)
Hakusensha
01979 1979[21]
01979-10-20 October 20, 1979[22]
Ongoing
78 747 Major Weekly Shōnen Sunday (weekly)
Shogakukan
01994 1994[citation needed]
01995-01-13 January 13, 1995[23]
July 2010
77 Tsuribaka Nisshi Big Comic Original (semimonthly)
Shogakukan
01979 1979[citation needed]
01980-07-29 July 29, 1980[24]
Ongoing
75 Marugoshi Keiji (まるごし刑事) Weekly Manga Sunday (weekly)
Jitsugyo no Nihon Sha
?
?
?
02003-03-29 March 29, 2003[25]
72[26] Nanto Magoroku/The Pitcher (なんと孫六) Monthly Shōnen Magazine (monthly)
Kodansha
?
01981-08-20 August 20, 1981[27]
Ongoing
71 Zero – The Man of the Creation (ゼロ―THE MAN OF THE CREATION) Super Jump (semi-monthly)
Shueisha
01990 1990[citation needed]
01991-09-10 September 10, 1991[28]
Ongoing
70[n 9] Tough Weekly Young Jump (weekly)
Shueisha
01993 1993[citation needed]
01994-03-18 March 18, 1994[29]
Ongoing
68 734[n 1] Case Closed/Detective Conan Weekly Shōnen Sunday (Weekly)
Shogakukan
01994 1994[citation needed]
01994-06-18 June 18, 1994[30]
Ongoing
67 Chie the Brat Weekly Manga Action (Weekly)
Futabasha
?
01979-05 May 1979[31]
?
01997-11 November 1997[32]
62 Soumubu Soumuka Yamaguchi Roppeita (総務部総務課山口六平太) Big Comic (semimonthly)
Shogakukan
?
01987-01-30 January 30, 1987[33]
Ongoing
62 Emblem Take 2 (エンブレムTAKE2) Finished
60 Yokoyama Mitsuteru Sangokushi/Romance of the Three Kingdoms Finished
60 Ginga Legend Weed Finished
60 Kobo, the Li'l Rascal Finished
58 585[n 1] One Piece Weekly Shōnen Jump (weekly)
Shueisha
01997 1997[citation needed]
01997-12-24 December 24, 1997[34]
Ongoing
58[n 10] Boys Be... Weekly Shōnen Magazine (weekly)
Kodansha
01991 1991[citation needed]
01992-01-17 January 17, 1992[35]
Finished
58[36] Wataru ga Pyun! (わたるがぴゅん!) Finished
57 236[n 11] Dear Boys Monthly Shōnen Magazine (monthly)
Kodansha
01989 1989[citation needed]
01989-12-16 December 16, 1989[37]
Ongoing
56 Kindaichi Case Files Ongoing
56 558 InuYasha Weekly Shōnen Sunday (Weekly)
Shogakukan
01996 1996[citation needed]
01997-04-18 April 18, 1997[38]
Finished
54 Crest of the Royal Family/Daughter of the Nile Princess (Monthly)
Akita Shoten
Ongoing
54 Tenpai (天牌) Weekly Manga Goraku (weekly)
Nihon Bungeisha

01999-10 October 1999[39]
Ongoing
54 Alfheim no Kishi (妖精国の騎士) Princess (Monthly)
Akita Shoten
Finished
54 Yuuyake no Uta (夕焼けの詩) Finished
52 Dreams (ドリームス) Ongoing
52 Edomae no Shun (江戸前の旬) Weekly Manga Goraku (weekly)
Nihon Bungeisha
Ongoing
51[n 12] 500[n 1] Naruto Weekly Shōnen Jump (weekly)
Shueisha
01999 1999[40]
02000-03-03 March 3, 2000[41]
Ongoing
51 352[n 13] GodHand Teru Weekly Shōnen Magazine (weekly)
Kodansha
Ongoing
51 Kaze no Daichi Big Comic Original (semimonthly)
Shogakukan
Ongoing
51 4P Tanaka-kun (4P田中くん) Finished
50 Kougyou Aika Volleyboys (工業哀歌バレーボーイズ) Finished
49[42] Inochi no Utsuwa (いのちの器) Ongoing
49 Crayon Shin-chan Weekly Manga Action (weekly)
Futabasha
01990 1990[citation needed]
01992-04-11 April 11, 1992[43]
Finished
48 Azumi Big Comic Superior (semimonthly)
Shogakukan
Finished
48 Be-Bop High School Finished
48 Wild 7 Shōnen Gahō
Shōnen Gahōsha
01969-09 September 1969[citation needed] 01979-07 July 1979[citation needed]
47 Kariage-kun (かりあげクン) Weekly Manga Action (weekly)
Futabasha
Ongoing
47 Chameleon Weekly Shōnen Magazine (weekly)
Kodansha
Finished
46 293[n 1] Futari Ecchi/Manga Sutra Ongoing
46 Rakudai Ninja Rantarō ?
Asahi Shimbun

01993-03 March 1993[44]

02009-10-20 October 20, 2009[45] (46)
46 Kattobi Itto (かっとび一斗) Monthly Shōnen Jump (monthly)
Shueisha
Finished
45 429[n 1][n 14] Bleach Weekly Shōnen Jump (weekly)
Shueisha
02001 2001[46]
02002-01-05 January 5, 2002[47]
Ongoing
45 407[n 1][n 15] The Prince of Tennis Weekly Shōnen Jump (weekly), Jump Square
Shueisha
Ongoing
45 825 Doraemon Finished
45 Hocho Mushuku (包丁無宿) Finished
45 Sazae-san Finished
45 Violence Jack Weekly Shōnen Magazine (weekly)
Kodansha
Finished
44[n 16] Glass Mask Hana to Yume (semimonthly)
Hakusensha
Ongoing
44 Kaze Hikaru – Koshien (風光る~甲子園~) Finished
43 Kaiouki Monthly Shōnen Magazine (monthly)
Kodansha
Ongoing
43[n 17] Ryūrōden Monthly Shōnen Magazine (monthly)
Kodansha
Ongoing
43 Zipang Weekly Morning (weekly)
Kodansha
Finished
43 Osu!! Karate Bu Weekly Young Jump (weekly)
Shueisha
Finished
42 Wangan Midnight Ongoing
42[n 18] 519 Dragon Ball Weekly Shōnen Jump (weekly)
Shueisha
Finished
42 Rokudenashi Blues Weekly Shōnen Jump (weekly)
Shueisha
Finished
42 Ryuu – Ron (龍-RON-) Finished
41 Tetsuya – Jansei to Yobareta Otoko (てつや じゃんせいとよばれたおとこ) Finished
41 The Chef – Shinshou (ザ・シェフ 新章) Finished
40 564[n 1] Initial D Ongoing
40 402[n 19] Super Mario-kun CoroCoro Comic (monthly)
Shogakukan
?
01991-07-27 July 27, 1991[48]
Ongoing
40 251[n 1] Oh My Goddess! Afternoon (monthly)
Kodansha
01988-09 September 1988[citation needed]
01989-09-23 September 23, 1989[49]
— (251)
02009-11-20 November 20, 2009[50] (40)
40 Kaiji Ongoing
40 Kura no Yado (蔵の宿) Ongoing
40 3×3 Eyes Finished
40[n 20] Circuit no Ōkami Finished
40 Chiisana Koi no Monogatari (小さな恋のものがたり) Finished
39 382[n 1] Kenichi: The Mightiest Disciple Weekly Shōnen Sunday (weekly)
Shogakukan
Ongoing
39 Karate Shoukoushi Kohinata Minoru (空手小公子小日向海流) Ongoing
39 Angel Nisshi (エンジェル日誌) Finished
39 Gambling Racer (ギャンブルレーサー) Finished
39[n 21] 344 GetBackers Weekly Shōnen Magazine (weekly)
Kodansha
01999 1999[51]
01999-08-17 August 17, 1999[52]
Finished
39 Ghost Sweeper Mikami Weekly Shōnen Sunday (weekly)
Shogakukan
Finished
38 433[n 22] Amai Seikatsu (甘い生活) Business Jump (monthly)
Shueisha
01990 1990[citation needed]
01990-12-13 December 13, 1990[53]
Ongoing
38[n 23] 407 Ranma ½ Weekly Shōnen Sunday (weekly)
Shogakukan
01987 1987
01988-03-18 March 18, 1988[54]
Finished
38 Bari Bari Densetsu Finished
38 Locke the Superman Finished
38 Kyō Kara Ore Wa!! Finished
38 Samurai Deeper Kyo Weekly Shōnen Magazine (weekly)
Kodansha
Finished
38[n 24] Yu-Gi-Oh! Weekly Shōnen Jump (weekly)
Shueisha
01996 1996[55]
01997-03-04 March 4, 1997[56]
02004 2004</br>02004-06-04 June 4, 2004[57]
37 Iron Wok Jan Weekly Shōnen Champion (weekly)
Akita Shoten
Ongoing
37 333 Eyeshield 21 Weekly Shōnen Jump (weekly)
Shueisha
02002 2002[citation needed]
02002-12-20 December 20, 2002[58]
02009-06-15 June 15, 2009[59]
02009-10-02 October 2, 2009[60]
37 216 Dragon Quest: Dai no Daibōken Weekly Shōnen Jump (weekly)
Shueisha
Finished
37 Boys Over Flowers Finished
37 Kinnikuman Weekly Shōnen Jump (weekly)
Shueisha
Finished
37 Tsurikichi Sampei Weekly Shōnen Magazine (weekly)
Kodansha
Finished
37 Violinist of Hameln Monthly Shōnen Gangan (monthly)
Enix
Finished
37 Waru (悪女) Be-Love (semimonthly)
Kodansha
Finished
36 409 Sōten Kōro Weekly Morning (weekly)
Kodansha
01995 1995[citation needed]
01995-10-23 October 23, 1995[61]
Finished
36 364 Addicted to Curry Weekly Young Jump (weekly)
Shueisha
02001 2001[citation needed]
02001-07-19 July 19, 2001[62]
Ongoing
36 Cyborg 009 Finished
35 296 Rave Master Weekly Shōnen Magazine (weekly)
Kodansha
Finished
35 City Hunter Weekly Shōnen Jump (weekly)
Shueisha
Finished
35 Ironfist Chinmi Weekly Shōnen Magazine (weekly)
Kodansha
01983 1983[citation needed]
01984-04-18 April 18, 1984[63]
Finished
35 400 + Pokemon Adventures Ongoing

See also

Notes

  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 1.11 This chapter count includes chapters not yet collected in a tankōbon volume.
  2. Dokaben is split into four named series, covering specific baseball seasons played by the Meikun High School team. The fourth series is currently on-going.
  3. As of volume 110.
  4. JoJo's Bizarre Adventure is split into a number of shorter series, each of which covers a specific generation of the Joestar family.
  5. As of volume 101.
  6. Kōtarō Makaritōru! is split into three shorter series, with the third series still on-going.
  7. The Captain Tsubasa series includes the original 37 volume manga, the 18 volume World Youth Saga manga, the 15 volume Road to 2002 manga, and the 12 volume Golden 23 manga. A new series started in May 2009, called Kaigai - Gekitō in Calcio.
  8. This count does not include the four spin-off series related to this series.
  9. Includes the 42-volume High School Exciting Story: Tough, and the still running sequel simply titled Tough.
  10. Total includes original 32 volume series, 20 volume Second Season, and 6 volume L CO-OP.
  11. As of volume 55.
  12. Naruto is split into two parts by a 2 ½ year timeskip; Part I consists of 27 volumes with 244 chapters, and part II contains the remaining 24 volumes and 248 chapters.
  13. As of volume 46.
  14. 15 chapters of Bleach were published with negative chapter numbers; these are included in this count. In addition, chapter 88 was split into two chapters, with the second numbered 88.5; a chapter 0.8 was published at the end of volume 12, after chapter 107; and at the end of volume 23, after chapter 205, two chapters numbered "0. side-A" and "0. side-B" were published; these are also included in this count. As of July 3, 2010, 410 properly numbered chapters and 19 negative or otherwise oddly numbered chapters have been released in total.
  15. The Prince of Tennis is split into two series. The original The Prince of Tennis manga has 42 volumes and 379 chapters, the New Prince of Tennis has 2 volume and 28 chapters and is still ongoing.
  16. After the publication of volume 42 of Glass Mask in 2004, the series stopped serialization. In the September 2008 issue of Bessatsu Hana to Yume, the series began serialization again.
  17. The original series has 37 volumes and the sequel has 6 volumes and is ongoing.
  18. In importing Dragon Ball to the United States and Canada, Viz Media split the series to match the split between the Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball Z anime series, with identical names. The English Dragon Ball consists of 16 volumes and 194 chapters, while Dragon Ball Z contains the remaining 26 volumes and 325 chapters.
  19. As of volume 33.
  20. This includes the original 19 volume series, and its 21-volume sequel, Circuit no Ōkami II: Modena no Tsurugi.
  21. Tokyopop's English release of GetBackers is divided in two series: GetBackers which is composed of the first 25 tankōbon, and GetBackers: Infinity Fortress that contains the following volumes.
  22. As of volume 36.
  23. In translating Ranma ½ to English, Viz Media rearranged chapters so that the final English volume count ended at 36 volumes, instead of the original 38.
  24. Viz Media split Yu-Gi-Oh! into three series for its English release: the first series, simply named Yu-Gi-Oh!, consists of seven volumes; the second series, Yu-Gi-Oh! Duelist, contains 24 volumes; and the third series, Yu-Gi-Oh! Millennium World, contains the last seven volumes. This count intentionally does not include Yu-Gi-Oh! R or Yu-Gi-Oh! GX, since these are both spinoff series.

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