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Neko Janai mon! (ネコじゃないモン!?) is a manga series by Kentarō Yano which ran in Young Jump magazine from 1982 until 1985. The story follows the romance of Naoko Miyamoto (宮本尚子 Miyamoto Naoko?), a young artist attending art college, and Yokokawa (横川?), a crass young man attending the same college. Because of a bad experience with a kitten when she was young (she saw one get killed), Miyamoto is scared of being around cats. Despite her fear, a local cat adopts her.

Manga

First release

The first release of the manga consisted of thirteen volumes published by Shueisha.

  1. ISBN , February 25, 1983
  2. ISBN 4-08-861322-8, April 25, 1983
  3. ISBN 4-08-861323-6, August 25, 1983
  4. ISBN 4-08-861324-4, November 25, 1983
  5. ISBN 4-08-861325-2, January 25, 1984
  6. ISBN 4-08-861326-0, April 25, 1984
  7. ISBN 4-08-861327-9, July 25, 1984
  8. ISBN 4-08-861328-7, October 25, 1984
  9. ISBN 4-08-861329-5, November 25, 1984
  10. ISBN 4-08-861330-9, December 25, 1984
  11. ISBN 4-08-861331-7, January 25, 1985
  12. ISBN 4-08-861332-5, March 25, 1985
  13. ISBN 4-08-861333-3, May 25, 1985

Second release

The second release was in 1991, and consisted of eleven volumes published by Shueisha.

  1. ISBN 4-8342-2021-4, October 23, 1991
  2. ISBN 4-8342-2022-2, November 1991
  3. ISBN 4-8342-2023-0, December 1991
  4. ISBN 4-8342-2024-9, January 1992
  5. ISBN 4-8342-2025-7, February 1992
  6. ISBN 4-8342-2026-5, March 1992
  7. ISBN 4-8342-2027-3, April 1992
  8. ISBN 4-8342-2028-1, May 1992
  9. ISBN 4-8342-2029-X, June 1992
  10. ISBN 4-8342-2030-3, July 1992
  11. ISBN 4-8342-2031-1, August 1992

Third release

The third release was in 2000, and consisted of 10 volumes and was published by Leed Publishing.

  1. ISBN 4-8458-1791-8, May 2000
  2. ISBN 4-8458-1792-6, June 2000
  3. ISBN 4-8458-1793-4, July 2000
  4. ISBN 4-8458-1794-2, August 2000
  5. ISBN 4-8458-1795-0, September 2000
  6. ISBN 4-8458-1796-9, October 2000
  7. ISBN 4-8458-1797-7, November 2000
  8. ISBN 4-8458-1798-5, December 2000
  9. ISBN 4-8458-1799-3, January 2001
  10. ISBN 4-8458-1800-0, February 2001

Albums

An image album and a single were released for this manga series.

  1. "Neko Janai mon!"
  2. "Feel so Nyan-Nyan"
  • Sound Comic Series Shukkan Young Jump Serialization Neko Janai mon!, Pony Canyon, C25G0183 (EP), 25P7302 (cassette), ¥2500, September 21, 1983[1]
  1. "Neko Janai mon!"
  2. "Feel so Nyan-Nyan"
  3. "Naoko"
  4. "Pastel Weather"
  5. "Neko Janai mon!" (Instrumental)
  6. "Furi Mukeba Seishun"
  7. "Atashi no Suki na Lonely Boy"
  8. "Futari"
  9. "Neko Janai mon! Finale"
  10. "Oyasuminasai"

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 (Japanese) See The list of presented songs. Accessed July 13, 2006.

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