Shueisha (Japanese株式会社 集 英 社Kabushiki - gaisha Shueisha, Eng. Shueisha Inc.) is one of the big Japanese publishers. He is also one of the largest publishers of manga in Japan.

The main office of the publisher is located in Tokyo. Shueisha was founded in 1926 as " entertainment publisher " by Shogakukan. 1949 Publisher by Shueisha became independent. In July 1968, the first issue of the manga magazine Shōnen Jump, which later became the best-selling manga magazine in Japan has been published. Shueisha also publishes the Japanese edition of Playboy magazine.

The American publisher Viz, one of the biggest manga publishers in America, is a subcontractor by Shueisha and Shogakukan. 2005, the Tokyopop publishing a contract with Shueisha, the Tokyopop exclusively allows the publication of German editions of manga titles like Death Note, Bleach, The Prince of Tennis and others.

Manga magazines

  • Allman ( set ) - publications include Family Compo
  • Bessatsu Margaret - Akuma de Soro, Lovely Complex and Renai catalouge
  • Bouquet ( set )
  • Business Jump - Battle Angel Alita and Sing Yesterday for Me
  • Chorus - Pride and Aruyoudenai Otoko
  • Cookie - NANA and Honey Bitter
  • Crimson - Diabolo and Planet Ladder
  • Eyes ( set ) - Alichino
  • Jump SQ - Blue Exorcist
  • Jump X
  • Margaret - The Rose of Versailles, Swan, No Attack. 1 Hana Yori Dango and
  • Monthly Shōnen Jump ( set ) - Neko Majin Z and Steam Detectives
  • Ribon - Kamikaze Kaito Jeanne, Gokinjo Monogatari, Kodomo no Omocha and Marmalade Boy
  • Seventeen ( set )
  • Shonen Jump - Naruto, Dragon Ball, One Piece, Slam Dunk, City Hunter, Dr. Slump, Kenshin and Bleach
  • Super Jump - Golden Boy
  • The Margaret
  • Ultra Jump - Agharta, Battle Angel Alita: Last Order and Tenjo Tenge
  • You - Gokusen and Pokka Poka
  • Young Jump - Gantz, Kirara and Elfen Lied
  • Young You - Honey and Clover and Dad told Me

Other Magazines

  • Pinky
  • Seventeen ( Japanese magazine )
  • Weekly Playboy ( Shukan週刊 プレイボーイPureiboi )