First serialized by SoftBank Creative in Sega Saturn Magazine, and later in Dreamcast Magazine, these comic strips follow a family of Anthropomorphized Sega consoles as they go about their lives and provide commentary on the game industry, going head-on against rival consoles like the N64 and PS2. The family consists of: Dreamcasko「ドリームキャス子」(A portmanteau of "Dreamcast" and "girl") Megadora-niisan「メガドラ兄さん」(A portmanteu of "MegaDrive" and "brother") Sata-rou「サタ郎」(A portmanteau of "Saturn" and "Son") Gear-man「ギア男」(based on the Game Gear) Naomi-neesan「ナオミ姉さん」(based on Sega's Naomi arcade hardware)
Emoto Aria Yumeka Amu Sotoma Takashi Nogi Hikari Takahane Yoku Metetai TORA Minamino Masahiro Sugawara Ryuu Ishida Harumi Kyujukyu Banjo Hazama Masashi Fujisawa Eiru Oedo Shinemon Fushimi Yuuri Mikami Yoshie Rumoi Jun Ohishi Masaru Hino Rokuro Yanase Ryo (柳瀬遼) Yokobe Chie Sega KITA Miura Yuma Minamoto Hisaya Kageko Emoto Aria Yumeka Amu Sotoma Takashi Nogi Hikari Takahane Yoku Metetai TORA Minamino Masahiro Sugawara Ryuu Ishida Harumi Kyujukyu Banjo Hazama Masashi Fujisawa Eiru Sakurami Hiroki Oedo Shinemon Fushimi Yuuri Mikami Yoshie Ookubo Midori Rumoi Jun Ohishi Masaru Yunaito Souji Hino Rokuro Yanase Ryo (柳瀬遼) Yokobe Chie KITA Miura Yuma Minamoto Hisaya Kageko
Game Gag 1P Comic Sega-hen (ゲームギャグ 1Pコミック セガ編) is a Japanese gag comic in the Gamest Comics series, this one being dedicated to Sega. It features things from Sonic, Virtua Fighter, Fighting Vipers, NiGHTS into Dreams, Phantasy Star, and more. Various Games Featured: Front cover illustration【Artist: 櫻見弘樹】 Back cover illustration【Artist: 大江戸新衛門】 Inside Flap【Artist: 夢鹿あむ】 Baku Baku Animal: Pg 100【Artist: 藤沢えいる】 Pg 131【Artist: よこべちえ】 DecAthlete: Pg 132【Artist: よこべちえ】 Dynamite Deka: Pg 002【Artist: 三浦ゆうま】 Pg 038-039【Artist: ひの鹿路】 Pg 050-053【Artist: 三上義衛】 Pg 071【Artist: 南野真弘】 Pg 084-085【Artist: るもいじゅん】 Pg 106-109【Artist: 三浦ゆうま】 Fantasy Zone: Pg 055【Artist: 外間隆想】 Fighters Megamix: Pg 016-017【Artist: 夢鹿あむ】 Pg 022-023【Artist: ハザママサシ】 Pg 029【Artist: ハザママサシ】 Pg 040-041【Artist: ひの鹿路】 Pg 055-056【Artist: 外間隆想】 Pg 072【Artist: 南野真弘】 Pg 124【Artist: 乃木光】 Fighting Vipers: Pg 003【Artist: 外間隆想】 Pg 010-011【Artist: 夢鹿あむ】 Pg 058-060【Artist: 外間隆想】 Pg 064【Artist: KITA】 Pg 066【Artist: KITA】 Pg 102-105【Artist: 鷹羽翌】 Pg 120【Artist: 絵本ありあ】 Pg 129【Artist: よこべちえ】 Pg 136【Artist: TORA】 House of the Dead: Pg 061【Artist: 外間隆想】 Last Bronx: Pg 004 (Table of contents illustration)【Artist: 大久保みどり】 Pg 005 (Volume title page illustration)【Artist: 大久保みどり】 Pg 012-013【Artist: 夢鹿あむ】 Pg 018-019【Artist: 影子】 Pg 028【Artist: ハザママサシ】 Pg 030-033【Artist:菅原竜】 Pg 044-045【Artist: いしだ春見】 Pg 047-049【Artist: 九十九万丈】 Pg 058【Artist: 外間隆想】 Pg 068-069【Artist: 南野真弘】 Pg 074-079【Artist: 柳瀬遼】 Pg 080-083【Artist: るもいじゅん】 Pg 101【Artist: 藤沢えいる】 Pg 122【Artist: 乃木光】 Pg 125【Artist: 乃木光】 Pg 138-139【Artist: TORA】 Mansion of Hidden Souls: Pg 099【Artist: 藤沢えいる】 Mr. Bones: Pg 121【Artist: 絵本ありあ】 Nights: Pg 062【Artist: KITA】 Pg 067【Artist: KITA】 Pg 092-093【Artist: 伏見ゆうり】 Pg 096-097【Artist: 大石まさる】 Phantasy Star: Pg 090-091【Artist: 伏見ゆうり】 Rent-a-Hero: Pg 130【Artist: よこべちえ】 Sonic Jam: Pg 098【Artist: 藤沢えいる】 Sonic the Fighters: Pg 113-117【Artist: 源久也】 Pg 123【Artist: 乃木光】 Sonic the Hedgehog: Pg 086-089【Artist: 伏見ゆうり】 Pg 094-095【Artist: 大石まさる】 Pg 118-119【Artist: 絵本ありあ】 Sonic the Hedgehog 2: Pg 110【Artist: 源久也】 Pg 112【Artist: 源久也】 Sonic the Hedgehog 3: Pg 111【Artist: 源久也】 Top Skater: Pg 042-043【Artist: いしだ春見】 Pg 137【Artist: TORA】 Virtua Cop: Pg 001 (color Illustration)【Artist: ユナイト双児】 Pg 070【Artist: 南野真弘】 Pg 133【Artist: よこべちえ】 Virtua Fighter: Pg 128【Artist: よこべちえ】 Pg 134【Artist: TORA】 Virtua Fighter 2: Pg 006【Artist: 大江戸新衛門】 Pg 020【Artist: 影子】 Pg 034-037【Artist: めて鯛】 Pg 046【Artist: 九十九万丈】 Pg 065【Artist: KITA】 Pg 126-127【Artist: よこべちえ】 Virtua Fighter 3: Pg 007-009【Artist: 大江戸新衛門】 Pg 021【Artist: 影子】 Pg 024-028【Artist: ハザママサシ】 Pg 054【Artist: 外間隆想】 Pg 057【Artist: 外間隆想】 Pg 063【Artist: KITA】 Pg 135【Artist: TORA】 Virtua Fighter Kids: Pg 073【Artist: 南野真弘】 Zunzunkyou no Yabou: Pg 014-015【Artist: 夢鹿あむ】
Sonic the Hedgehog Story Comic is a three-volume promotional comic for Sonic the Hedgehog distributed alongside the Japanese magazine Mega Drive Fan. The comic tells the story of the first game, with Sonic traversing across South Island and rescuing his animal friends from Dr. Eggman. As the comic was created before the final release of the game, there is a number of references to old concepts and prototype material. Sonic is the lead singer of a band, travels through Sparkling Zone and Clockwork Zone, and the final issue details how Sonic became the mascot of a deceased pilot.
Sonic the Hedgehog is a manga series that was serialized in Shogakukan's Study Magazines for primary school children and Bessatsu CoroCoro Comic Special. It was published in Japan between 1992 and 1994. It is very loosely based upon the video game series, with an original story concept developed by Kenji Terada. Sega of Japan's marketing department devised the strategy get Sonic manga published by Shogakukan, in order to appeal to primary school children. The Sega of Japan design team was involved in the creation of the characters. Volume 1 - First Grade / Shogaku Ichinensei Volume 2 - Second Grade / Shogaku Ninensei Volume 3 - Third Grade / Shogaku Sannensei Volume 4 - Fourth Grade / Shogaku Yonensei Volume 5 - Fifth Grade / Shogaku Gonensei Volume 6 - Sixth Grade / Shogaku Rokunensei Volume 7 - Bessatsu CoroCoro Comic Special & extra issues
Tatsuya Ukyo is an aimless youth on the streets of Kamurocho who is framed for an assault that left a young boy comatose. He drops out of high school during his second year and lives a hoodlum's life with Tenma (his only friend) and Saeko, his sister who raised him for nine years after their mother's death. Hearing about a large sum of money held by a loan shark, Tatsuya and several other hoodlums break-in at night. Tatsuya defeats Naoki, not knowing he killed him. After Toda's death, Tatsuya receives an ultimatum from a member of his gang: win ten consecutive fights or be arrested. Tatsuya agrees, and as he fights underground he bonds with trainer Kudoh Saki and physician Amamiya Taizan. Based on the PSP game.
In an alternate Earth, the armies of the Imperial Alliance have ravaged the entire Europan continent in 1935 EC during the Second Europan War. In the middle of the war, the army invades Gallian territory to acquire a mineral known as ragnite. Standing in their way is a recently drafted militia officer named Welkin Gunther, son of known Europan War hero, Belgen Gunther. This manga is loosely adapted from the game "Valkyria Chronicles". Related: Valkyria Chronicles: Wish Your Smile Valkyria Chronicles: Anthology Comic
In a world called Barzel exists a particular profession called Private Military Firms or more commonly known as PMFs. They take on any particular job ranging from stealing to security as long as the price is right. Lynbell, Zephyr and Vashyron joined alliances to take on jobs and have been doing decently even in this highly competitive and cut throat industry. However, lately, there has been a mysterious figure who has always been one step ahead of them, taking their jobs and keeping them from making money. And now, it seems that person is their new client. Spin-off of the role-playing video game End of Eternity (Resonance of Fate).
This manga is loosely adapted from the game "Valkyria Chronicles". Related: Valkyria Chronicles: Wish Your Smile Valkyria Chronicles: Anthology Comic
"Lured by the sweet fragrance of the flowers which blanket the earth, with fangs of steel and claws of iron, to the Garden of Eden which welcomed the ages, under the guise of a disaster from the heavens… seven dragons appeared." Based on the game with the same name.
In a world ruled by anthropomorphic animals. Humans live as slaves, and a group of terrorists dubbed the "World Destruction Committee" intends to destroy the world in rebellion. A young man, Kyrie, who possesses the power to destroy the world, though he does not know why. Morte, a young woman with a tragic past and is the leader of a terrorist organization plotting to destroy the world. A demi-human named Naja, Morte's childhood friend Agan, a tough bear named Toppy, and a dragon girl named Lia. These beings will come together and journey to destroy the world!
Hortensia Saga is a medieval fantasy tale of war and chaos. Three years ago, the king was betrayed and murdered by one of his dukes who then rebuilt the kingdom into his own. But now, the original heir to the throne has secretly come of age. Hiding in the guise of a man, she and her loyal band begin the quest to save her homeland. --- **Links:** - [Twitter](https://mobile.twitter.com/hortensia_pr?lang=en) - [Official Website](https://animehorsaga.jp/) - [Anime Announcement](https://www.animenewsnetwork.com/encyclopedia/anime.php?id=22958)
The continent of Yggdra is a place where humans, ogres, giants, forest sprites, and many more mythical creatures live. Led by the Holy King, the continent was at peace until one day, a mysterious group called the Black Army appeared and started conquering the land. In response, the Holy King and its troops fought against it, but Holy Capital fell and the Holy King was killed by the mysterious Black King. As the continent was in the glimpse of destruction, hope glimmered as one man, Yuri, the Hero, decided to fight back and formed the Volunteer Army to oppose the Black King and bring peace back to Yggdra.
A story about Akira Yuki and his quest to become the strongest martial artist. Brief retelling of the anime Virtua Fighter.
Yakuza "The Dragon's Path" is an interactive comic series lasting ten chapters, that cover the stories of the main series games (Yakuza 0 to Yakuza 6). It explores and expands upon the perspectives of different major characters. It has been made available as part of the Yakuza experience website.
Virtua Fighter adaptation drawn by Yoshihide Fujiwara, who also drew the manga Kenji. Kenji was a huge influence on Yu Suzuki and the development of Virtua Fighter, as well as the spread of Chinese martial arts in Japan. In fact, a bunch of Akira's signature moves are prominently featured in Kenji, so for the author to do the Virtua Fighter manga is like coming full circle. The story revolves around Akira advancing through the world martial arts tournament and uncovering a secret ploy by Dural.
The popular video game series *Sonic* has finally been made into a manga! Dr. Eggman, an evil scientist, stands in the way of Sonic, the world's fastest hedgehog, and his friends. Stylish and cool, yet full of gags, it's a laugh-out-loud Sonic World!
Sonic World Adventure is a two chapter story that was featured in Dengeki Nintendo DS, which is a Japanese gaming magazine published by ASCII Media Works (formally MediaWorks). It was part of the promoting campaign for Sonic Unleashed in Japan and it loosely follows the plot since Sonic's transformation into the Werehog due to Eggman's scheme and later adventures with Chip.
Pikachu takes on the roster of Virtua Fighter 3 while Beat Takeshi holds Lion Rafale at gunpoint.
Having survived an isekai for 17 years, 34 year old Ojisan (uncle) returns to modern day Japan. Takafumi, Ojisan's nephew, now gets to witness what throwing a diehard Sega fan into an isekai for 17 years does to various things and people, both past and present.
The story follows the most troublesome class of the Magical School on the island of Yen and their adventure to understand each other and protect the island and school from the Vile Tribe. Based on the Sega Saturn game of the same name by GameArts.
Oota, an otaku, joined the game club to live his ideal high school life. That was when he met by chance the freshman gal, Ageha Onisaki!! They dive straight into playing video games, but Ageha's choices are the Famicom (NES), the Super Famicom (SNES), and the Megadrive (Sega Genesis)! Who the heck is this person!? Playing a wide range from famous to retro games, the gal and the otaku start their heart-throbbing life!
Based on the Sega Genesis game of the same name. Taking place in New York City during the late 1920s, cult leader Henry, the gangster Al Capone (Vincente DeMarcoto in the American localization), and a sorceress named Restiana plot to awaken the ancient and malevolent god Hastur. There are some people that have descended from Hastur's ancient bloodline, one of which is the young Peruvian sorceress, Annet Myer. With some assistance from Earnest Evans, Annet attempts to stop the cult from resurrecting Hastur using the very spells of this bloodline. Unfortunately the manga was never finished, and ends on a cliffhanger.
"The year is AW 1423, almost 200 years following the destruction of Mother Brain by a group of terrorists led by Motavian Agent Rolf. A young boy with no recollection of most of his life beyond his name and his mission runs into a group of hunters named Neithird and Duolos…" The comic Third was created by Phantasy Star IV character designer, Yoshibon, for the Sega Players Enjoy Club in 1990. This work was published after Phantasy Star II and was used as the basis for creating Phantasy Star IV, a video game released in 1993. The comic was never finished since the fan club magazine was discontinued; the final chapter ends abruptly after a swarm of robot soldiers attempt to surprise the trio at Third's house.