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Lettris is a curious tetris-clone game where all the bricks have the same square shape but different content. Each square carries a letter. To make squares disappear and save space for other squares you have to assemble English words (left, right, up, down) from the falling squares.
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1984 Vol. 40 featuring Urusei Yatsura on the cover.
|First issue||March 17, 1959|
Weekly Shōnen Sunday (週刊少年サンデー Shūkan Shōnen Sandē ), first published on March 17, 1959, is a weekly shōnen manga magazine published in Japan by Shogakukan. Contrary to its title, Weekly Shōnen Sunday issues are released on Wednesdays.
Shōnen Sunday was first published on Tuesday, March 17, 1959, the same day as its rival Shōnen Magazine. The debut issue featured Shigeo Nagashima, the star player of the Yomiuri Giants on the cover, and a congratulatory article by Isoko Hatano, a noted child psychologist.
Despite its name, Shōnen Sunday is published on Wednesdays of each week. The "Sunday" in the name was the creation of its first editor, Kiichi Toyoda, who wanted the title to be evocative of a relaxing weekend.
Shōnen Sunday's distinctive "pointing finger" that appears in the lower corner of every page on the left side of the magazine made its subtle debut in the 4/5 issue from 1969. This understated feature, ever present but easily overlooked, was referenced as a plot element in 20th Century Boys. Sunday's more noticeable mascot, a helmeted fish debuted in the 1980s.
Prior to the 1990s and 2000s no serial in Shōnen Sunday had run over 40 volumes, but that began to change with series such as Meitantei Conan, MAJOR, InuYasha, Shijō Saikyō no Deshi Kenichi and Karakuri Circus, which maintained a high level of popularity. Consequently, another change that has met with mixed feelings is the early discontinuation of series by non-veteran manga artist which has led to newer artists, Kōji Kumeta for example, leaving for other publishers' magazines.
In a rare event due to the closeness of the two magazine's founding dates, Weekly Shōnen Sunday and Weekly Shōnen Magazine released a special combined issue on March 19, 2008. In addition, other commemorative events, merchandise, and manga crossovers were planned for the following year as part of the celebrations.
|-Asaoka Koukou Yakyuubu Nisshi- Over Fence (-浅丘高校野球部日誌- オーバーフェンス)||Mitsuru Adachi||April 2011|
|Anagle Mole (アナグルモール)||Tsubasa Fukuchi||October 2011|
|Arata Kangatari ~Engaku Kougatari~ (アラタ カンガタリ〜革神語〜)||Yuu Watase||October 2008|
|Area D Inou Ryouiki (AREA D 異能領域)||Yang Kyung-il, Kyouichi Nanatsuki||March 2012|
|Be Blues! ~Ao ni Nare~ (BE BLUES!〜青になれ〜)||Motoyuki Tanaka||January 2011|
|Buyuden (武勇伝)||Takuya Mitsuda||March 2011|
|Denpa Kyoushi (電波教師)||Takeshi Azuma||November 2011|
|Detective Conan (名探偵コナン)||Gosho Aoyama||January 1994|
|Gan☆Kon (願☆婚)||Kenji Sugawara||October 2011|
|Gekko Jorei (月光条例)||Kazuhiro Fujita||March 2008|
|Gin no Saji Silver Spoon (銀の匙 Silver Spoon)||Hiromu Arakawa||April 2011|
|Hayate no Gotoku! (ハヤテのごとく!)||Kenjiro Hata||October 2004|
|Hime Hajike (ひめはじけ)||Crystal na Yousuke||February 2012|
|Inubu! -Bokura no Shippo Senki- (犬部! -ボクらのしっぽ戦記-)||Yuka Katano, Haruki Takakura, Aki Hamanaka||May 2011|
|Joujuu Senjin!! Mushibugyo (常住戦陣!!ムシブギョー)||Hiroshi Fukuda||January 2011|
|Kami nomi zo Shiru Sekai (神のみぞ知るセカイ)||Tamiki Wakaki||April 2008|
|Koakumaouden Senkore! (小悪魔王伝 戦コレ!)||Noriyuki Konishi, Konami Digital Entertainment||April 2012|
|Koutetsu no Hanappashira (鋼鉄の華っ柱)||Hiroyuki Nishimori||September 2010|
|Kunisaki Izumo no Jijō (國崎出雲の事情)||Aya Hirakawa||January 2010|
|Kyōkai no Rinne (境界のRINNE)||Rumiko Takahashi||April 2009|
|Magi (マギ)||Shinobu Ohtaka||June 2009|
|Osumojii! Tsukasa no Ikkan (おすもじっ!◆司の一貫◆)||Mitsuru Kaga, Hirofumi Katou||March 2011|
|Pokémon Réburst (ポケットモンスターRéBURST)||Jin Kusude, Mitsuhisa Tamura||March 2011|
|Saigo wa? Straight!! (最後は?ストレート!!)||Kazuyuki Samukawa||October 2010|
|Saijō no Meii ~The King of Neet~ (最上の明医〜ザ・キング・オブ・ニート〜)||Irie Kenzou, Takashi Hashiguchi||March 2010|
|Shijō Saikyō no Deshi Kenichi (史上最強の弟子ケンイチ)||Shun Matsuena||April 2002|
|Tadashii Kodomo no Tsukurikata! (正しいコドモの作り方!)||Marita Morita, Takayoshi Kuroda||April 2012|
|Zettai Karen Children (絶対可憐チルドレン)||Takashi Shiina||July 2004|
In its nearly fifty year history Shōnen Sunday has been host to many series that are considered classics of their genre. From the works of Osamu Tezuka and Shotaro Ishinomori to Rumiko Takahashi, Mitsuru Adachi and Gosho Aoyama, some of the biggest names in the industry have called Shōnen Sunday their home.
Anime News Network also confirmed that Viz Media plans on launching Shonen Sunday titles in the U.S. Starting with Rumiko Takahashi's Rin-ne manga adaptation, which will be released on October 20, 2009.