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Manga Time (まんがタイム Manga Taimu?) is a Japanese monthly yonkoma manga magazine published by Hōbunsha since June 1981. The magazine is released monthly on the seventh. Manga Home is printed as B5 size. The magazine is sometimes referred to as simply Time (タイム Taimu?). It was created in 1981 by spinning off from Japan's first weekly manga magazine, Weekly Manga Times, creating Japan's first yonkoma manga magazine. Its 300th issue was published in 2005, and its longest running series, Otoboke Kachō reached its 300th chapter on March 2006.

Manga Time is the flagship title for Hōbunsha, and has spun off a series of related magazines including Manga Home, Manga Time Jumbo, Manga Time Kirara, Manga Time Lovely, Manga Time Family, Manga Time Kirara Max, Manga Time Special, Manga Time Original, and Manga Time Kirara Carat. All of these manga magazines are marketed as a "poor man's" comic, with a low price point and availability at locations such as convenience stores and train stations.

In addition to the magazines listed above, Manga Time also releases a monthly Manga Time Collection magazine which contains works by only one artist per issue.

Currently serialized works

Listed alphabetically by title.

Previously serialized works

Listed alphabetically by title.

  • Anata ga Shuyaku ni Natta Toki (Hanako Matsuyama, 2004–2008)
  • Attaka Kazoku (Tatsuo Oda)
  • Boku no Aisai Nikki (Hideharu Akaza)
  • Boku wa Kōsuke-kun (Tōru Saiwai)
  • Bokunchi no Hiromi-chan (Wakako Nariyuki)
  • Chiaki Two-Face (Naokazu Yanagita, ?-2006)
  • Chiisa na Koi no Monogatari (Chikako Mitsuhashi)
  • Choco Parfait (Izumi, 2003–2004)
  • Fūka no Iru Fūkei (Masakazu Ōi, 2003–2005)
  • Ganimata Keibu (Mitsuo Ozaki)
  • Gaten no Kako-chan (Nobara Nonaka, ?-2004)
  • Gohan Desu yo (Hiroshi Tanaka)
  • Gomeiwaku Gals (Garu Okada, ?-2007)
  • Harikiri Sayo-chan (Mariko Kubota)
  • Hiromi My Room (Mirika Sasai)
  • Koi no Jikanwari (Emai Komotoda, 2003–2005)
  • Koisuru Sayo-chan (Mariko Kubota)
  • Madogiwa OL Tohoho na Asa Ufufu no Yoru (Nobu Ueda, created by Yuka Saitō, 2005–2007)
  • Majokko @ Home (Tomomi Mizuna, 2003-?)
  • Mukitamago Beauty (Haruka Fujino, ?-2004)
  • My Pace! Tarako-san (Katsuhiko Hotta)
  • Office no Aoisora (Hohetomaru, 2005–2006)
  • Ofukuro-san (Masaharu Inoue)
  • Ōi Hachibē (Uko Ukai)
  • Okaeri Mā-san (Maya Koikeda, 1991–1998)
  • Onegai Daisuke (Yoshimiiku, ?-2006)
  • Oshigoto no Toriko (Ramune Suzuma, 2006–2007)
  • Oyabaka Kobaka (Ken'ichi Kitami)
  • Oyaji Café (Ken'ichi Kitami, created by Sumi Sawada,  ?-2006)
  • Papa x Mama Reversible (Akiko Morishima, ?-2006)
  • Seishun Hakkyūkai (Tomoko Andō, ?-2004)
  • Suzume-chan (Yoshirō Kamachi)
  • Tennenshoku Girls (Junko Agi, ?-2004)
  • Tonchi-kun (Masao Matsuda, ?-2007)
  • Ukkari Tōsan (Hiroshi Suzuki)
  • Watashi no Daiji na Danna-sama (Mayumi Wada, ?-2006)
  • Yamahige-san (Sanpei Yamada)
  • Yatai no Gensan (Noriko Kanagawa, ?-2007)
  • Yuka Nisshi (Cherry Arai, 2004–2006)

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