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candyloop
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6:53 pm, Jan 22 2009
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This list was primary compiled to encourage people to apply the demographic tags (shoujo/shonen/sheinen/josei) according to the magazine type, instead of applying it for random reasons. Iím sure it will have other uses as well. Only magazines listed on MU are to be included. Itís up to you to make sure that the manga was indeed published under the specified magazine and that the magazine is listed under correct publisher. Questions? Objections? Suggestions? Magazine not included? Link not working/empty? Saw a double entry? Iím all ears.


INDEX


1.0 Shoujo
2.0 Josei
3.0 Shounen
4.0 Seinen
5.0 Other
6.0 Yuri
7.0 BL
8.0 G-Comi
9.0 Seijin



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candyloop
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6:53 pm, Jan 22 2009
Posts: 154


1.0 SHOUJO

Some things to keep in mind:

1.Age wise the terms Shoujo/Josei are somewhat subjective terms, in written works what makes them obvious is the amount of furigana, less/no furigana means that itís for older readers.

2.Very few magazines have absolutely homogeneous audience

3.Only Magazines listed on MU are included (or will be)

4.Only Japanese Publishers are taken into account

5.NOT LISTED: Imprints & Short Anthologies

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----------------------------EARLY TEENS:

Ciao
Ciao DX
Nakayoshi
Nakayoshi Lovely
Ribon
Ribon Bukkuri (Ribon Extra?)
Ribon Original
Ribon Special


----------------------------TEENS:

Amie
Asuka
Beans Ace (Beans A, was the extra number of Monthly Shounen A, now is the extra number of Asuka)
Bessatsu Hana to Yume
Bessatsu Hana to Yume MAX
Bessatsu LaLa
Betsucomi
Betsufure
Betsuma
Betsuma Special
ChuChu
Cindy (LaLa Special Cindy)
Deluxe Betsucomi
Deluxe Margaret
Flex Comix Flare
Friend (Fureindo, Friends)
Hana to Yume
Hana to Yume EPO
Hana to Yume Fresh Zoukan
Hana to Yume Planet Zoukan
Hana to Yume Platinum Zoukan
Hana to Yume Plus
Hana to Yume Special
Hana to Yume Step Zoukan
KG
Kurofune Zero (for now)
LaLa
LaLa Autumn Club
LaLa DX
LaLa SF Special
LaLa Special
LaLa Spring Club
LaLa Summer Club
LaLa Winter Club
Lunatic LaLa
Margaret
Mystery Bonita
Palette
Sho-Comi
Sho-Comi Summer Special
Sho-Comi Zoukan
Shoujo Club
Shoujo Friend
Shoujo Teikoku (defunct)
Stencil
The Hana to Yume
Wendy (seems to be the old name for Cindy, not sure)

----------------------------LATE TEENS:

Cheese!
Cheese! Zoukan
Cobalt
Comic Blade Zebel
Comic Mahou no iland
Comic SYLPH
Cookie
Cookie Box
Dessert
Kirara 16 (older highschoolers girls)
Magazine ZERO (containes many shounen ai stories)
Mobile Flowers
Monthly Seventeen
South (defunct, all titles were transferred to Wings)
Suspiria Mystery
The Horror (horror)
The Margaret
Un Poco (comedy)
Viva Princess
Weekly Seventeen
Wings


----------------------------LATE TEENS+ EARLY 20ies:

Comic Blade Avarus
comic B's-LOG
Petit Princess
Princess
Princess Gold
Princess Special
The Dessert
Zettai Renai Sweet (smut)

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candyloop
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6:54 pm, Jan 22 2009
Posts: 154


2.0 JOSEI

Some things to keep in mind:

1.Age wise the terms Shoujo/Josei are somewhat subjective terms, in written works what makes them obvious is the amount of furigana, less/no furigana means that itís for older readers.

2.Very few magazines have absolutely homogeneous audience

3.Only Magazines listed on MU are included (or will be)

4.Only Japanese Publishers are taken into account

5.NOT LISTED: Imprints & Short Anthologies

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----------------------------LATE TEENS+ EARLY 20ies:

Bouquet
Bouquet Excellence
Cutie Comic
Gekkan Halloween (Horror)
Horror M (Horror)
Kiss
Kiss PLUS
Mimi
Miu (aka Comic Miu)
Melody
Muteki Renai S-girl (smut)
Nemuki
Nemuki Zoukan
Renai Cherry PINK
Ren'ai MAX (used to be Comic Miu)
Renai Tengoku


----------------------------EARLY 20ies:

Bessatsu Chorus Spring (Bessatsu Chorus)
Chibi Max
Chorus
Comic Zero-Sum (started as shoujo, ended as josei)
Feel Young
Flowers (aka Monthly Flowers, NOT Flower Comics, make sure that manga listed under this category were indeed published under this magazine and not under Flower Comic Imprint, itís a common mistake around here)
Petit Comic
Petit Comic Zoukan
Petit Flower
Rinka (was launched as special number of Monthly Flowers)
Roma Roma (fashion)
Silky
Silky Special
Spica (webcomic)
Ward (published parallel to Zero-Sum)
Young Rose
Young YOU
Zipper Comic


----------------------------20ies+:


Be Love
Bessatsu YOU
Comic Crimson
Elegance Eve
Feeling Happy (Harlequin extra)
For Mrs.
Jour Suteki na Shufutachi
Harlequin
Hontou ni Kowai Douwa (Horror)
Josei Jishin
Jossie
Judy
Manga Time Jumbo (4koma)
Manga Time Lovely (4koma)
Manga Time Special (4koma, started for all, ended josei, OL moe)
My Birthday (NOT the MB Comics aka My Birthday Comics Imprint)
Office YOU (aka Lady's Comic Office You)
One more Kiss
Pianissimo
Renai Revolution
SF Magazine (sci-fi magazine, includes novels)
Wonderland
YOU (aka Lady's Comic You)


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candyloop
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6:54 pm, Jan 22 2009
Posts: 154


3.0 SHOUNEN

Some things to keep in mind:

1.Age wise the terms Shounen/Seinen are somewhat subjective terms, in written works what makes them obvious is the amount of furigana, less/no furigana means that itís for older readers.

2.Very few magazines have absolutely homogeneous audience

3.Only Magazines listed on MU are included (or will be)

4.Only Japanese Publishers are taken into account

5.NOT LISTED: Imprints & Short Anthologies

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.hack//The World (gaming)
Ace Assault
Ace Momogumi
Ace NEXT
Akamaru Jump
Bokura Magazine
BonBon
COM
Comic Blade (initially was intended for both boys and girls, failed, now exclusevly aimes at boys)
Comic Blade Masamune
Comic Blood
Comic Dragon (general content for male manga/games fans)
Comic Gamest (Gaming Magazine)
Comic GOTTA
Comic Magna
Comic Nora
Comic REX
Comic Rush (aka Monthly Comic Rush)
Comp Ace (Gaming Magazine, Bishoujo)
Comptiq (Gaming Magazine, Bishoujo)
Dengeki Bunko (novel)
Dengeki Gao!
Dragon Age
Dragon Age Pure
Dragon Jr.
EC comics
Fresh Jump
GanGan Powered
GanGan Wing
GFantasy (aka GanGan Fantasy, most authors are females)
Gum Plus
Gundam A
Jump SQ
Jump SQ II
JUMP the Revolution
Kibou no Tomo
Magazine Dragon Zoukan
Magazine Great
Magazine Special
Manga Shonen
Megami Magazine (Bishoujo, some ecchi/adult material had slipped in the past, not anymore)
MF Bunko J (novel)
Monthly Shonen Jump
Monthly Shounen Champion
Monthly Shounen Magazine (aka Gekkan Shounen Magazine)
Novel Japan (novel)
Omoshiro Book
Shonen
Shonen Ace
Shounen Captain
Shonen Fang (aka Shounen Fang)
Shonen GanGan
Shonen Rival
Shonen Sirius
Shonen Sunday
Shounen Book
Shounen World
Super Dash Bunko (novel)
Tales of Magazine
The Sneaker
V-Jump
Weekly Shonen Champion (aka Shonen Champion, Weekly Shounen Champion, Shuukan Shounen Champion)
Weekly Shonen Jump
Weekly Shonen Magazine

----------------------------LATE TEENS+ EARLY 20ies:

Champion Red


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candyloop
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6:54 pm, Jan 22 2009
Posts: 154


4.0 SEINEN

Some things to keep in mind:

1.Age wise the terms Shounen/Seinen are somewhat subjective terms, in written works what makes them obvious is the amount of furigana, less/no furigana means that itís for older readers.

2.Very few magazines have absolutely homogeneous audience

3.Only Magazines listed on MU are included (or will be)

4.Only Japanese Publishers are taken into account

5.NOT LISTED: Imprints & Short Anthologies

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Ace Tokunon
Action (Manga Action)
Action PIZAZZ
Action PIZAZZ DX
Afternoon
Allman (Manga Allman)
Arakure KNIGHT Magazine
BART3230 (ex BART, also focuses on business)
Bessatsu Manga Goraku
Bessatsu Young Magazine
Big Comic
Big Comic Original
Big Comic Original Special
Big Comic Spirits
Big Comic Spirits Special
Big Comic Superior
Big Comic Zoukan
Business Jump
Champion RED Ichigo (Bishoujo)
Comi Digi+ (Comi Digi was renamed into Comi Digi+)
Comic Alive
Comic Be!
Comic Beam Comic Birz
Comic Bunch
Comic Burger
Comic Charge
Comic Flapper
Comic Gum
Comic High!
Comic Marble
Comic Ran
Comic Ran TWINS
Comic Ryu
Comic Sangokushi Magazine
Comic Yell!
Comic Yoshimoto (defunct, comedy)
Dengeki Daioh
Dengeki G's Festival! Comic (Bishoujo)
Dengeki hp (Light Novels, was serialized as magazine)
Dengeki Kuro Maoh
Dengeki Maoh (Gaming Magazine)
Dengeki Moeoh (Moe, obviously)
Dengeki Teioh
Evening
Fellows! (Comic Beam Fellows!)
Flex Comix Next
Garo (mainly seinen, aimed at older highschool students and colledge students)
GENZO (Webcomic)
good! Afternoon
Ikki
Just Comic
Kindai Maajan (aka Kindai Mahjong aka Modern Maajan, Mahjong Magazine)
Kindai Maajan Gold (aka Kindai Mahjong Gold, Mahjong Magazine)
Kindai Maajan Original (aka Kindai Mahjong Original, Mahjong Magazine)
Magazine Z
Mandala
Manga 4Koma KINGS Palette (4koma, Bishoujo,Moe)
Manga 4-Koma KINGS Palette Lite (4koma, Bishoujo,Moe)
Manga Action
Manga Action Pizazz
Manga Home (4koma)
Manga Kurabu (4koma)
Manga Kurabu Original (4koma)
Manga Life MOMO
Manga Sunday
Manga Time (4koma)
Manga Time Kirara (4koma)
Manga Time Kirara Carat (4koma)
Manga Time Kirara Forward
Manga Time Kirara Max (4koma)
Mikosuri Han Gekijou (4koma)
Monthly Jidaigeki Jin (aka Monthly Blade JIn, feudal japan)
Morning
Morning 2
Mr. Magazine
Oh Super Jump
Play Comic
SF Adventure (sci-fi magazine includes novels)
Shuukan Manga Times (aka Weekly Manga Times)
Sunday Gene-X
Super Jump
Tech Gian (Game Info, Bishoujo)
Ultra Jump
Ultra Jump Egg
Uppers (Young Magazine Uppers)
Vitamin
Weekly Playboy
Young Animal
Young Animal Arashi
Young Animal Island (Young Animal Zoukan Island)
Young Champion
Young Champion Retsu
Young Comic (this one comes labeled as seinen, but it is very sex oriented)
Young GanGan
Weekly Young Jump
Young King
Young King Ours
Young King Ours+
Young Magazine
Young Magazine Kaizokuban
Young Sunday
YS Special
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candyloop
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6:54 pm, Jan 22 2009
Posts: 154


5.0 OTHER

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OTHER : NONE

Magazines that don't have manga as their main subject, therefore officially don't claim to target any particular demographic.

AX (Alternative)
Comic Cue (Alternative/Pop Magazine)
Comic Genki
Quick Japan (Alternative/Subculture , aimed at young people 18+)
Neko Panchi (aka Neko Punch, Cats)
Hamusupe (Animals)
Swan Magazine (Ballet)
Golf Comic (Golf magazine)
ARMS Magazine(Hobby/Military)
Chuichi Jidai (Idol Magazine, could be categorized as shounen)
Animage (Info/Anime)
Monthly AX (Info/Anime)
Monthly Kadokawa (music)
Newtype (Info/Anime)
Famitsu Playstation + (Info/Games, Gaming Magazine)
Weekly Famicon Tsushin (aka Famitsu, Game News Magazine)
Gothic & Lolita Bible (fashion, gothic lolita)

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OTHER : ALL

Magazines intended for all, regardless their age and gender. Technically this category is Shounen+Seinen+Shoujo+Josei.

Comic Kwai (horror)
Gangan Online (webcomic)
HXL (webcomic)
Manga Time Family (4koma)
Manga Time Original (4koma)
MiChao! (webcomic)

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OTHER : KODOMO

Magazine intended for children (both boys and girls) who just started to learn how to read, this audience will be divided and spread to shounen and shoujo magazine as they age. Technically this category falls into Shounen+Shoujo range.

CoroCoro
Corocoro Comic Special
Corocoro Dragon
Corocoro Ichiban!
Kerokero Ace
Pre-Comic Bunbun (originally Comic BunBun)
Tentou Mushi (aka Tentomushi)
Tentou Mushi Special (aka Tentomushi Special)

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OTHER : SHOUNEN+SHOUJO


Comic Blade Brownie (for now)


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OTHER : SHOUJO+JOSEI


Duo (for manga fans, female oriented)


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OTHER : SHOUNEN+SEINEN


Comic Seed!
Comic Valkyrie (Bishoujo)
Dengeki G's Magazine (originally Gaming Magazine, now Bishoujo)
Dragon Magazine(shounen manga, seinen novels)
E★2 (genral bishoujo, moe magazine)
Gemaga (Gamaga, ex Dorimanga, Gaming Magazine, Bishoujo)
Game-jin (Gaming Magazine)

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OTHER : SEINEN+JOSEI

Comic Essay Gekijou (webcomic)
Ketai Manga Town (cell-phone, 4koma)
Manga Erotics F (alternative)
Manga Life (4koma)
Manga Life Original
Manga Town (4koma)

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candyloop
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6:55 pm, Jan 22 2009
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6.0 YURI

Some things to keep in mind:

1.Only compilations of short stories can be both Yuri and Shoujo-ai, otherwise if itís Yuri it canít be Shoujo-ai and v/v (not all seem to be aware of this.)

2.NOT LISTED: Imprints, Short Anthologies and DJ Anthologies.

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YURI: JOSEI

Yuri magazines aimed at females:

Comic Yuri Hime
Comic Yuri Hime: Wildrose
Mist Magazine

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YURI: SEINEN

Yuri magazines aimed at males:

Comic Yuri Hime S

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YURI: ALL

Yuri magazines aimed at both (males and females):


Yuri Shimai

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candyloop
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6:55 pm, Jan 22 2009
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7.0 BL

Some things to keep in mind:

1.All BL titles are aimed at females in general. Most are aimed at older females (josei)

2.Only title listed under BL magazines can be marked as Yaoi.

3.Not all titles published in BL magazines are yaoi/shounen-ai (some are just shoujo/josei)

4.Only compilations of short stories can be both Yaoi and Shounen-ai, otherwise if itís Yaoi it canít be Shounen Ai and v/v (not all seem to be aware of this.)

5.Not all titles with homosexual content that are currently listed at MU as Yaoi are BL (see G-COMI below)

6.Anthologies are noted in brackets.

7.NOT LISTED: Imprints & DJ Anthologies

Action Comics Boys Love
Aqua Deep (Anthology)
Aqua Zettai Ryouiki (Anthology)
BasiL
b-Boy LUV (Anthology)
b-Boy Phoenix
b-Boy Zips (Anthology)
Be x Boy GOLD
BGM
Boy's Love
B'S Anima
Catalogue Series
Chara
Chara Selection
CIEL
CIEL TresTres
Cita Cita
Comic Aqua
Comic June
Comic Magazine LYNX
Comic SAI
Comique Hug
Craft
DaDa
Daria
Dear+
Deli x Deli
Drap
EDGE
Gakuran vs Blazer (Anthology)
Generous Kiss
Guilty XX
Gush
Gush maniaEX (Anthology)
Hanaoto
Hanaoto Gorgeous (Anthology)
HertZ
Ichiraci (shoujo magazine with very softcore shounen ai focus)
Ichisuki (defunct, become part of Ichiraci)
Infernal Boys (Anthology)
Infernal Boys Heat (Anthology)
Junk! Boy
Karen
Love Mission (Anthology)
Magazine Be x Boy
Marble
mellow mellow
Opera
Petite-D
Piace (BOY'S Piasu)
Pua Pua (Anthology)
REIJIN
Scandal Anthology (Anthology)
Shota Mimi Love (Anthology, shota for females)
Shota Tama (Anthology, shota for females)
SoMe bizzare (Anthology)
Virgin M
Zettaireido (Anthology)

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candyloop
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8.0 G-COMI

Some things to keep in mind:

1.G-Comi are manga with homosexual content aimed at gay males (while BL typically is aimed at heterosexual females; there are several fundamental differences between the two categories.)

2.Anthologies are noted in brackets.

3.NOT LISTED: Imprints & DJ Anthologies


Kinniku Otoko (Anthology)

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candyloop
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9.0 SEIJIN

Some things to keep in mind:

1.All Seijin titles are aimed at adult males.

2.Only titles under Seijin magazines can be marked as Hentai

3.Not all titles published in Seijin magazines are Hentai (some are Ecchi)

4.There is no need marking something as Ecchi if itís already Hentai (pointing out the obvious)

5.Many Bishoujo magazine are in fact Seijin (they are marked as such in this list)

5.Not all Seijin magazines/anthologies have straight content.

6.Anthologies are noted in brackets.

7.NOT LISTED: Imprints & DJ Anthologies



Angel Club
Comic Aun
Comic CanDoll
Comic Dolphin
COMIC Kairakuten
Comic Kairakuten Beast
Comic LO
Comic Mashou
Comic Megastore
Comic Megastore H
COMIC Momohime
Comic MOOG
Comic Mujin
Comic NENE (Anthology)
Comic Papipo
Comic Penguin Club
Comic Potpourri Club
Comic Rin
COMIC Shitsurakuten
Comic Tenma
COMIC Unreal
Comic XO
Doki! (distributed as seijin)
Doki! Special (distributed as seijin)
Jun-ai Kajitsu
Kairakuten Beast
Lemon People
Lolita Anthology (Anthology)
Men's Young
Namaiki! Penguin Club
Shoujo Tengoku (Bishoujo)
Shounen Shikou (Anthology, shota for men)

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Interesting, but what are your sources, if you have them? Are they 100% correct?

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candyloop
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As much as I would like to say it's 100%, there out to be some objections, we can sort them out if/when they come up. Some magazines can easily be put in multiply categories as the general public not always agrees with what publisher claims.

As for my sources, they are: The magazines (to check for furigana) Publishers themselves, Japanese distributors (always more than one), Japanese databases similar to MU, Japanese wiki (on rare occasion), i did not used any English database with the exception of comipedia and even that only for cross reference, because I do not know what their sources are and some english sites are just too liberal. Bottom line is I have not used only one source for each magazine (unless it was publishers themselves and even so I checked with distributors to see if and how they categorize some manga) so I was very meticulous.

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Okay, I'm happy for your input, and Comipedia has some errors with some magazines, but it's a good way to confirm a demographic.

By the way, what's the deal with manga series that run/have run in two magazines?

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I wouldn't say it's all that common, but it does happen that a series moves from one magazine to another. Usually, it's between two mags from the same publisher.
When the mangaka gets fed up (I assume) and switches publisher, though, there's usually a "subtle" change in the name. Compare Tokyo Toybox and Dai Tokyo Toybox, for instance. (Since it's the only example I can think of right now...)

I also seem to recall that some of the ones that run in the Manga Time mags have moved around to more than two. So it's not like it's limited to <= 2, even.


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@Dr. Love: there are many reasons for it:

1. author just decides to switch publisher (basically what pnyxtr said) and it's really up to publisher to print the story in A or B magazine.

2. the original magazine the manga was running in has defunct, ceases publication. There are cases where a manga was runing for multi-audience magazine and when it ceased, the titles were moved to a singular-audience magazines of the appropriate demographics.

3. as manga progress it either changes orientation or it's been running for so long that the morals policy has been changed (so, for example, what once was considered to appropriate for boys, becomes appropriate for men)

4. publishers sometimes miscalculate their estimates, experiment or try to raise sales by putting a title of different demographic, if such trick fails (readers complain, no one reading the story) the title is moved to a more appropriate magazine.

5. a new magazine needs promotion so some of the chapters of a popular title that is already running in established magazine are published in the new one. (again, pnyxtr example of Time Magazines fits perfectly here)

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