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Raijin Comics   (2002)
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Publisher: Gutsoon! Entertainment

Publication Date: 2002 - 2004

Country: United States

Language: English

Notes:
Raijin Comics was a manga anthology published in North America by Gutsoon Entertainment and largely backed by the Sega Corporation at its inception. The comics were aimed at an older audience. The magazine was initially a weekly publication, but it later became a monthly magazine. In June 2004, the magazine stopped circulation and the brand was put "on hiatus". Raijin and the English version of Shonen Jump launched nearly simultaneously, causing many market problems for Raijin especially in terms of distribution. This was most likely what caused Raijin Comic's "hiatus".

Number of issues cataloged: 11



Issue   Title   Story Arc   Cover Date
45
 
 
  June 2004
44
 
 
  May 2004
43
 
 
  April 2004
42
 
 
  March 2004
41
 
 
  February 2004
40
 
 
  January 2004
4
 
 
  January 8 2003
3
 
 
  January 1 2003
2
 
 
  December 25 2002
1
 
 
  December 18 2002
0
 
 
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