Difference between revisions of "SM Hisyousetsu"

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==History==
 
==History==
1982: [[Sanwa Publising]] launches '''SM Hisyousetsu'''.
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1982: [[Sanwa Publishing]] launches '''SM Hisyousetsu'''.
  
 
2009: Print edition ceases publication. Continues as SM Hisyousetu Web.
 
2009: Print edition ceases publication. Continues as SM Hisyousetu Web.
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"Hisyousetsu" means "secret stories."
 
"Hisyousetsu" means "secret stories."
  
Artists published included [[Tadao Chigusa]], [[Oniroku Dan]], Mayumi Yoshino, [[Ko Minomura]], [[Yoko Ozuma]], [[Shoji Oki]], Yuji Kirioka, [[Juan Maeda]], [[Yoji Muku]], [[Namio Harukawa]].
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Artists published included [[Tadao Chigusa]], [[Oniroku Dan]], Mayumi Yoshino, [[Ko Minomura]], [[Youko Ozuma]], [[Shoji Oki]], Yuji Kirioka, [[Juan Maeda]], [[Yoji Muku]], [[Namio Harukawa]].
  
 
==Covers 1980s==
 
==Covers 1980s==

Latest revision as of 12:51, 28 August 2021

SM秘小説 (Japanese)

SM Hishousetsu. Apr 1982 first issue.

Summary

SM magazine

Publishing Dates

Print: 1982-2009

Web: 2009-present

Publishers and Editors

Sanwa Publishing (1982-1999)

Myway Publishing (1999-2009)

Editor: Yutaka Matsumoto

Editor: Masairo Asada

History

1982: Sanwa Publishing launches SM Hisyousetsu.

2009: Print edition ceases publication. Continues as SM Hisyousetu Web.

Interesting points

"Hisyousetsu" means "secret stories."

Artists published included Tadao Chigusa, Oniroku Dan, Mayumi Yoshino, Ko Minomura, Youko Ozuma, Shoji Oki, Yuji Kirioka, Juan Maeda, Yoji Muku, Namio Harukawa.

Covers 1980s

Covers 1990s

Covers 2000s

Notes

References (※)

External Links