CoroCoro Comic

コロコロコミック

Jan 1985 Feb 1985 Mar 1985 Apr 1985 May 1985 Jun 1985 Jul 1985 Aug 1985 Sep 1985 Oct 1985 Nov 1985 Dec 1985
Jan 1986 Feb 1986 Mar 1986 Apr 1986 May 1986 Jun 1986 Jul 1986 Aug 1986 Sep 1986 Oct 1986 Nov 1986 Dec 1986
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Jan 1991 Feb 1991 Mar 1991 Apr 1991 May 1991 Jun 1991 Jul 1991 Aug 1991 Sep 1991 Oct 1991 Nov 1991 Dec 1991
Jan 1992 Feb 1992 Mar 1992 Apr 1992 May 1992 Jun 1992 Jul 1992 Aug 1992 Sep 1992 Oct 1992 Nov 1992 Dec 1992
Jan 1993 Feb 1993 Mar 1993 Apr 1993 May 1993 Jun 1993 Jul 1993 Aug 1993 Sep 1993 Oct 1993 Nov 1993 Dec 1993
Jan 1994 Feb 1994 Mar 1994 Apr 1994 May 1994 Jun 1994 Jul 1994 Aug 1994 Sep 1994 Oct 1994 Nov 1994 Dec 1994
Jan 1995 Feb 1995 Mar 1995 Apr 1995 May 1995 Jun 1995 Jul 1995 Aug 1995 Sep 1995 Oct 1995 Nov 1995 Dec 1995
Jan 1996 Feb 1996 Mar 1996 Apr 1996 May 1996 Jun 1996 Jul 1996 Aug 1996 Sep 1996 Oct 1996 Nov 1996 Dec 1996
Jan 1997 Feb 1997 Mar 1997 Apr 1997 May 1997 Jun 1997 Jul 1997 Aug 1997 Sep 1997 Oct 1997 Nov 1997 Dec 1997
Jan 1998 Feb 1998 Mar 1998 Apr 1998 May 1998 Jun 1998 Jul 1998 Aug 1998 Sep 1998 Oct 1998 Nov 1998 Dec 1998
Jan 1999 Feb 1999 Mar 1999 Apr 1999 May 1999 Jun 1999 Jul 1999 Aug 1999 Sep 1999 Oct 1999 Nov 1999 Dec 1999
Jan 2000 Feb 2000 Mar 2000 Apr 2000 May 2000 Jun 2000 Jul 2000 Auh 2000 Sep 2000 Oct 2000 Nov 2000 Dec 2000
Jan 2001 Feb 2001 Mar 2001 Apr 2001 May 2001 Jun 2001 Jul 2001 Aug 2001 Sep 2001 Oct 2001 Nov 2001 Dec 2001
Jan 2002 Feb 2002 Mar 2002 Apr 2002 May 2002 Jun 2002 Jul 2002 Aug 2002 Sep 2002 Oct 2002 Nov 2002 Dec 2002
Jan 2003 Feb 2003 Mar 2003 Apr 2003 May 2003 Jun 2003 Jul 2003 Aug 2003 Sep 2003 Oct 2003 Nov 2003 Dec 2003
Jan 2004 Feb 2004 Mar 2004 Apr 2004 May 2004 Jun 2004 Jul 2004 Aug 2004 Sep 2004 Oct 2004 Nov 2004 Dec 2004
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Jan 2007 Feb 2007 Mar 2007 Apr 2007 May 2007 Jun 2007 Jul 2007 Aug 2007 Sep 2007 Oct 2007 Nov 2007 Dec 2007
Jan 2008 Feb 2008 Mar 2008 Apr 2008 May 2008 Jun 2008 Jul 2008 Aug 2008 Sep 2008 Oct 2008 Nov 2008 Dec 2008

Bessatsu CoroCoro

Jun 1990 Feb 1993 Apr 1993 Jun 1993 Aug 1993 Oct 1993 Dec 1993
Apr 1993 Feb 1994
Jun 1997 Aug 1997 Oct 1997 Dec 1997 Feb 1998
Aug 2001 Oct 2001 Dec 2001 Feb 2002 Apr 2002 Jun 2002 Aug 2002 Oct 2002 Dec 2002
Feb 2003 Apr 2003 Jun 2003 Aug 2003 Oct 2003 Dec 2003 Feb 2004 Apr 2004 Jun 2004 Aug 2004 Oct 2004 Dec 2004

Specials

1986 New Year
スーパー新年増刊
1990 New Year
新年増刊
1991 Spring
91年春休み増刊
1993 New Year
94新年増刊号
1994 New Year
94新年増刊号

CoroCoro G

Winter 2011

CoroCoro Ichiban!

Jan 2013 . . . Mar 2014 Apr 2014 May 2014 Jun 2014 Jul 2014 Aug 2014 Sep 2014 Oct 2014 Nov 2014 Dec 2014
Jan 2015 Feb 2015 Mar 2015 Apr 2015 May 2015 Jun 2015 Jul 2015 Aug 2015 Sep 2015 Oct 2015 Nov 2015 Dec 2015

Raw scans can be found on MEGA via the links on the checklist.

A long-running children's manga anthology published by Shogakukan, running since April 1977 and practically a staple of Japanese kids culture. Each monthly volume contains over 700 pages stuffed with manga, toys and hobby news, and contests.

The headlining series is the Gekkan/Monthly CoroCoro Comic (月刊コロコロコミック). Bessatsu CoroCoro Comic (別冊コロコロコミック) is a bi-monthly supplement with its own line of strips, and sometimes series emigrate from there to Gekkan or vice versa. There's stacks of spin-offs as well - so many that I need a legend for the list below!

And that's just scratching the surface! There's special holiday volumes, Doraemon Soshuhen (ドラえもん総集編) that are nothing but compilations of Doraemon and spin-offs, and so on.
Lastly for the legend, (B) denotes Bessatsu series, (M/B) is for series that alternated between or ran concurrently in Gekkan and Bessatsu, and (S) is a catch-all for special volumes, holiday volumes and what have you.

Volumes of Monthly CoroCoro aren't uncommon, though all the spin-off series appear to have comparatively low print runs, making them exceptionally hard to find once their sales period is over. This list is going to be agonising for the amount of crap we'll probably never see again!

Ben's Homepage is perhaps the best resource for CoroCoro manga, and lists the cover and contents of each volume from 1977 to 2017 as of this writing. There's also Jariman Shogakko (じゃりまん小学校) which spans 2001 to 2013, and Zoidsland, a great visual resource for photos of notable manga, promos or paraphernalia.

4-Koman/a
Famicom Rocky (ファミコン ロッキー)Mar 1985 ~ Sep 1987 (M/B)
Taiyo Inu Zero (太陽犬ゼロ)Apr 1985 ~ Oct 1985
City Connection (シティコネクション)Oct 1985
► Bomberman Bakuhatsu Family (ボンバーマン爆発家族)Jan 1986 (S)
Mach Rider (マッハライダー)Jan 1986 (S)
Pac-Land (パックランド)Jan 1986 (S)
► Bomberman: Hidden Character Discovery Technique (ボンバーマン かくれキャラ発見テクニック)Feb 1986
Famicom Runner: Takahashi Meijin Monogatari (ファミコンランナー高橋名人物語)Apr 1986 ~ Oct 1988
Takahashi Mejin Monogatari (高橋名人物語)Oct 1986 ~ Oct 1987 (B)
Bug-tte Honey (バグってハニー)Dec 1986 ~ Feb 1987 (B)
Charge! Game Boy (突撃!ゲームボーイ)Dec 1989 ~ Oct 1990 (M/B)
Soreyuke! Game Boy Tanten-kai (それゆけ!ゲームボーイ探検隊)Feb 1990 ~ Apr 1991
Bomber Boy (ボンバーボーイ超冒険)Jun 1990 ~ Dec 1990 (B/S)
Super Mario-Kun (スーパーマリオくん)Nov 1990 ~ ongoing (M/B) (I)
PC Genjin-kun (PC原人くん)Feb 1992 ~ Apr 1994 (B)
The Legend of Zelda: Quark and the Fairy Queen (ゼルダの伝説外伝 クォークと妖精女王)Feb 1992 (B)
Sonic the Hedgehog (ソニック・ザ・ヘッジホッグ) Aug 1992 ~ Jun 1994 (B)
Bomberman '93 (ボンバーマン'93)Dec 1992 (S)
► Super Bomberman (スーパーボンバーマン)Mar 1993 ~ Oct 2005 (M/B)
Star Fox (スターフォックス)Apr 1993? (S)
Super Mario: Goddess of the Demon World Empire (スーパマリオ 魔界帝国の女神) Jul 1993? (S)
Super Puyo Puyo: Gag Madou Monogatari (すーぱーぷよぷよ ギャグまどうものがたり)Jan 1994 (M/S)
World Heroes: Gekito Eiyuden (ワールドヒーローズ 激闘英雄伝)Apr 1994 ~ May 1995 (M/B)
Hoshi no Kirby: Pupupu no Dedede Monogatari ( 星のカービィ デデデでプププなものがたり) May 1994 ~ Nov 2006 (M/B)
Garou Densetsu Special (餓狼伝説スペシャル)Jun 1994 ~ Feb 1995 (M/B)
X-MENJun 1994 ~ Jun 1995 (B)
Uho Uho Donkey-Kun (ウホウホドンキーくん)Jan 1995 ~ Dec 1998 (M/B)
Seiden Street Fighter II V (正伝ストリートファイターIIV)May 1995 ~ Dec 1995
Hono no Hakkyukuken: Virtua Fighter (炎の八極拳 バーチャファイター)Jan 1996 ~ May 1996
PoPoLoCrois Story: Prince Pietro's Adventure (ポポロクロイス物語 ピエトロ王子の大冒険)Jun 1996 ~ Jul 1996
Shiren the Wanderer (風来のシレン)Jun 1996 ~ Aug 1996 (B)
► Saturn Bomberman (サターンボンバーマン)Jul 1996 ~ Aug 1996
► Bomberman B-Daman Bakugaiden (ボンバーマン・ビーダマン爆外伝)Oct 1996 ~ Dec 1999 (B)
Crash Bandicoot (クラッシュ・バンディクー)Dec 1996 ~ Feb 1997 (B)
Star Fox 64 (スターフォックス64)Apr 1997 ~ Jun 1997 (B)
Crash Bandicoot: Dance! Jump! Daibouken (クラッシュ・バンディクー ダンス!でジャンプ!な大冒険)Dec 1997 ~ Feb 1999
Chocobo's Mysterious Story (チョコボのふしぎものがたり) Aug 1998 - Jan 2001
Taro the Space Alien (うちゅう人 田中太郎) Aug 1998 ~ Sep 2004 (M/B)
Small Soldiers (スモール・ソルジャーズ)Nov 1998 ~ Jan 1999
Crash Bandicoot: Kattobi! Spin World (クラッシュバンディクー かっとび!スピンワールド)Apr 1999 ~ Jun 2004 (M/B)
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (ゼルダの伝説 時のオカリナ)May 1999 ~ Aug 1999 (H)
Puyo Puyo! (ぷよぷよだ〜!)Jun 1999 ~ Dec 1999 (B)
Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace (スター・ウォーズ エピソード1/ファントム・メナス)Jul 1999 ~ Aug 1999
Custom Robo (カスタムロボ)Aug 1999 ~ Dec 1999 (B)
Donkey Kong: Uho Uho Dai Shizen Gag (ドンキーコング ウホウホ大自然ギャグ)Sep 1999 ~ Jun 2001 (M/B)
Spyro-Kun: Tondemo Adventure (とんでもアドベンチャー スパイロくん)Mar 2000 ~ May 2000
Dokapon Millenium Quest (ドカポン ミレニアムクエスト)Aug 2000 ~ Sep 2000
Rockman EXE (ロックマンエグゼ)Feb 2001 ~ Sep 2006
Custom Robo V2 (カスタムロボV2)Feb 2001 ~ Jun 2001 (B)
Ape Escape: Uki Uki ai Sakusen (サルゲッチュ ウキウキ大作戦!)Mar 2001 ~ May 2003 (M/B)
Shippuu Tengoku Kaze no Klonoa (疾風天国 風のクロノア)Apr 2001 ~ Jun 2003 (B)
► Bomberman Story: An Omen of Conflict!! (ボンバーマンストーリー 新たなる激闘の予感!!)May 2001
Game Boy Wars Giga Break! (ゲームボーイウォーズ 新感覚バトルストーリー)Dec 2001 ~ Jun 2002 (B)
Kattobi! Shrek (かっとび!! シュレック)Jan 2002
Dash & Spin: Chosoku Sonic (ダッシュ&スピン 超速ソニック)Feb 2002 ~ May 2005 (B)
Jak & Daxter: Itachi De Warui Ka!! (ジャック×ダクスター イタチで悪いか!!)Feb 2002 ~ Feb 2003 (B)
Bakusho Network: Rockman-Yaro EXE (爆笑ネットワーク ロックマン野郎エグゼ)Jun 2002 ~ Feb 2003 (B)
The Legendary Starfy (伝説のスタフィー) Jun 2002 ~ Oct 2005 (B)
► Bakuretsu!! Bomberman Jetters (爆裂!! ボンバーマンジェッターズ)Sep 2002 ~ Mar 2003
Custom Robo GX (カスタムロボGX)Oct 2002 ~ Feb 2003 (B)
Astro Boy: Tetsuwan Atom (ASTRO BOY 鉄腕アトム)Apr 2003 ~ Feb 2004 (B)
Battle! EXE-Brothers Rockmen (激闘!エグゼ兄弟ロックメーン!)Apr 2003 ~ Aug 2006 (B)
► Soreike!! Bomberman Jetters (それいけ!!ボンバーマンジェッターズ)Apr 2003 ~ Nov 2003
Rockman Zero (ロックマンゼロ)Jun 2003 ~ Feb 2006 (B)
Boktai / Solar Boy Django (太陽少年ジャンゴ)Sep 2003 ~ Jul 2007
F-Zero Grade School (F-ZERO小学校)Dec 2003 ~ Oct 2004 (B)
Pokémon Colosseum: Snatchers (ポケモンコロシアムスナッチャーズ)Dec 2003 - Feb 2004
Ratchet & Clank: Legend of the Galaxy's Limit (ラチェット&クランク ガガガ!銀河のがけっぷち伝説)Feb 2004 ~ Feb 2008 (B)
Oredayo!! Wario dayo!! (オレだよ!ワリオだよ!!)May 2005 ~ Mar 2013 (I)
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Ginji's Rescue Team (ポケモン不思議のダンジョン ギンジの救助隊)Dec 2005 ~ Oct 2006 (B)
Garuru Rockman EXE (ガルル ロックマンエグゼ)Jan 2006 ~ Jan 2007 (I)
The Legendary Starfy R (伝説のスタフィーR) Apr 2006 ~ Apr 2008 (B)
Animal Crossing Wild World: Pepper Village Nuts! (おいでよ どうぶつの森 〜ペッパー村のナッツ!〜)Jul 2006 ~ Feb 2007 (M/B)
Animal Crossing: Wild World (おいでよ どうぶつの森)Nov 2006 ~ Sep 2007
Shooting Star Rockman (流星のロックマン)Oct 2006 - Jan 2008
War!! Shooting Star Rockman (ウォー!!流星のロックマン)Nov 2006 ~ Jul 2007 (I)
Hoshi no Kirby: Moretsu Pupupu Hour! (星のカービィ! も〜れつプププアワー!)Dec 2006 - Oct 2016 (M/B)
Shuugeki On-Air!! Shooting Star Rockmen! (笑劇オンエア!!流星のロックメ〜ン)Dec 2006 ~ Dec 2008 (B)
Professor Layton and the Cheerful Mystery (レイトン教授とユカイな事件) Feb 2008 ~ Feb 2012 (B)
TRIBE Shooting Star Rockman Butou Gaiden (トライブ 流星のロックマン 武闘外伝)Feb 2008 ~ Jul 2008
Pokémon Ranger Batonnage: The Top Ranger's Road (ポケモンレンジャー バトナージ -トップレンジャーへの道-)Apr 2008 ~ Jun 2008 (B)
Shooting Star Rockman 3 (流星のロックマン3)Dec 2008 ~ Jan 2009
Animal Crossing: Nook's Cranny Hilarity (おいでよ涙と笑いのタヌキ商店〜どうぶつの森〜)Feb 2009 ~ Jun 2009 (B)
LOST PLANET -UNEXPECTED ONE-May 2010 ~ Nov 2010 (G)
Monster Hunter Portable 3rd: Go For Zinogre!! (モンスターハンターポータブル3rd 目指せジンオウガ!!)Nov 2010 (G)
Devil Survivor: Overclocked G (デビルサバイバーオーバークロックG)Jul 2011 (G)
Monster Hunter 3G Tri: Hunter's Spirit (モンスターハンター3G トライ!HUNTER魂)Nov 2011 (G)
Hoshi no Kirby: Pakkuto Daibaku Show!! (星のカービィ パクッと大爆ショー!!)Sep 2012 ~ Aug 2015 (I)
Animal Crossing: New Leaf (とびだせ どうぶつの森)Oct 2012 ~ Jun 2015 (M/B)
Professor Layton and the Little Riddle (レイトン教授と小さなナゾ)Oct 2012 ~ Jun 2013 (B)
Pokemon Tretta (ポケモントレッタ) Feb 2013 ~ Dec 2013 (B)
Pokémon Card Game Yaroze! (ポケモンカードゲーム X・Yやろうぜ~っ)Jan 2014 ~ ongoing (I)
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: We're The Ninja Turtles! (ミュータント タートルズ 〜オレたちゃカメな4忍組〜)Jun 2014 ~ May 2015 (I)
LEGO LEGO Let's LEGO Ninjago!! (レゴレゴレッツ レゴニンジャゴー!!)Apr 2015 ~ Feb 2016 (B)
Splatoon (スプラトゥーン)Apr 2016 ~ ongoing (M/B)
Hoshi no Kirby: Kyomo Manmaru Nikki! (星のカービィ 今日もまんまる日記!)Jun 2016 ~ ongoing (I)
Time Bokan 24 (タイムボカン24)Nov 2016 ~ Apr 2017 (I)
Marvel Future Avengers (マーベル フューチャー・アベンジャーズ)Apr 2017 ~ Feb 2018 (B)
Yo! President Trupp-Kun (よ!大統領 トラップくん)Apr 2017 ~ Dec 2017?
ARMS: Sugoude Gag Fight! (ARMS スゴウデギャグファイト!)Nov 2017 ~ Nov 2018 (I)

Famicom Rocky

ファミコンロッキー

By Motoyuki Asai (あさいもとゆき), ran from March 1985 to September 1987, with occasional appearances in Bessatsu CoroCoro between August 1986 and February 1987; different stories also ran in Shogakukan Ninensei.

Hotheaded middle-school student Yuuki Todoroki tries new games and is challenged by his foes, dramatising every minor upset with at least five thousand speedlines and reaction shots. Also features tons of made-up bullshit.

Famicom Rocky also ran in Shogaku Ninensei with new stories, some revisiting games already covered in CoroCoro.

The series was collected in eight volumes from 1985 to 1987, partially reprinted in two volumes in 2001, and reprinted in full in 2009 with an additional ninth volume, containing strips that were never collected and some never even printed! Two episodes have also been released on Kindle.
Two chapters have been translated to English courtesy of Pepsiman, whose Giant Bomb blog post brought the series some ironic appreciation in the west.

City Connection

シティコネクション

A one-off manga by Iwata Kazuhisa (岩田和久), published on October 1985. Some stupid kid plays a simulation of the game while Clarissa rides shotgun.
Raw scans can be found on MEGA.

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Bomberman Bakuhatsu Family

ボンバーマン爆発家族

A one-off manga by Haruo Saitou (さいとうはるお), published in the CoroCoro Comic Super New Year's Supplement 1986 (コロコロコミック増刊号 86年スーパー新年増刊). A blast-happy kid teaches his parents the way of Bomberman.

See the Totally Bombastic Bomberman Shrine Place for scans and info!

Mach Rider

マッハライダー

A one-off manga by Koji Yasue (安江浩司), published in the CoroCoro Comic Super New Year's Supplement 1986 (コロコロコミック増刊号 86年スーパー新年増刊).
A couple of plucky junkrats protect their town from bandits with a little help from their kickass motorbike.

Pac-Land

パックランド

A one-off manga by Michiaki Tanaka (田中道明), published in the CoroCoro Comic Super New Year's Supplement 1986 (コロコロコミック増刊号 86年スーパー新年増刊).
Yōsei-Man helps a plucky youngster overcome Pac-Land's challenges through physical violence and slapstick. Not an actual Pac-Man manga, sadly!

Bomberman:
Hidden Character Discovery Technique

ボンバーマン かくれキャラ発見テクニック

A one-off manga by Yoji Katakura (方倉陽二), published on February 1986. Wouldn't Bomberman be so much more engaging if a babe in legwarmers was teaching you tips and tricks?

See the Totally Bombastic Bomberman Shrine Place for scans and info!

Super Mario-Kun

スーパーマリオくん

By Yukio Sawada (沢田ユキオ), began in November 1990, with a sporadic run in Bessatsu CoroCor starting January 1991, and both currently ongoing.
The longest running Mario manga and perhaps the most prolific, having run in nearly every spin-off of CoroCoro (and even Shogaku Ninensei), and covered most major games from Super Mario World onward.

It's a dopey adaptation of the games' stories for kids, as you'd expect, with immature gags and the occasional cornball twist thrown into the mix.

The series has been a constant of CoroCoro for nearly thirty years, and as of this writing there are over 50 volumes collecting it, and then some; the contents of each volume (up to volume 36) can be found at ML Koryaku Domei (ML攻略・同盟). It's also seen a number of off-shoots and spinoffs, including:


Digital editions of the books can be purchased from e-Comi or via Amazon Kindle.

Official French and Spanish translations began publishing in 2014 and 2016 under the title Super Mario Manga Adventures, and an English language anthology by Viz has been announced for release in 2020.

fan translation efforts have been a bit scattershot. Chapters 1 to 7 of the first volume were translated by Bluefire101 back in 2008, though it only seems to be found on e-reader sites.
TheMarioKunFanslator translated assorted chapters from volume 1 and 19 back in 2012. Volume 12's Donkey Kong related content has been translated by MiloScat. Various page scans and translations are on the Mario Boards courtesy of Baby Luigi and Walkazo, and by this point you're just scrounging up flotsam and jetsam from various forums!

September 1995 (pack-in)

Published in the Tobidase! PaniBom Virtual Boy 3D Book (とびだせ!ぱにボン バーチャルボーイ3Dブック). View it with 3D glasses!
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May 2013 (I)

Toad's out to spook Luigi.
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(cheers to amtt for sharing!)

September[?] 2018 (I)

Mario and Bowser have a friendly (if explosive) game of tennis.
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(cheers to amtt for sharing!)

Sonic the Hedgehog

ソニック・ザ・ヘッジホッグ

By Koichi Tanaka (田中康一), ran from August 1992 to June 1994 in Bessatsu CoroCoro, with episodes in the 1992 Summer Vacation Edition and 1993 Spring Break Edition. An off-shoot of the Shogakukan Gakusho series, following the dorky kid Nicky and his unknowing superhero identity, Sonic.

Never reprinted. This Sonic Retro thread is seemingly your one-stop shop for all known scans of the various series, though most episodes are still missing in action.

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October 1992
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December 1992
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February 1993

Eggman spoils the New Years celebrations with a baseball snowman robot.
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April 1993

Hedgehog Town's football team is clobbered by J-League Town's robot players.
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June 1993

It's the Hedgehog Grand Prix, with special guest Alain Prost!
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August 1993
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October 1993
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December 1993

Sonic and Tails chase after evil Amy through a trap-filled Palmtree World.
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February 1994

Tails is subjected to bad influences in the Last Pegasus game centre.
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April 1994
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Super Bomberman

スーパーボンバーマン

By Musashino Atsushi (むさしのあつし), ran from March 1993 to September 2002, and intermittent runs in Bessatsu CoroCoro from April 1994 to October 2005. A 4-koma gag strip mining every possible joke you could imagine from a series about dudes blowing each other up.

See the Totally Bombastic Bomberman Shrine Place for scans and info!

Star Fox

スターフォックス

A one-off manga by Takao Aoki (青木たかお), published in the 1993 Spring Break Edition (コロコロコミック増刊号 93年春休み増刊).

Never reprinted. Scans by @togepi1125 can be found on Google Drive or the Internet Archive.

World Heroes: Gekito Eiyuden

ワールドヒーローズ 激闘英雄伝

By Hiroshi Kato (かとう ひろし), ran from April 1994 to February 1995, and also appeared in the February and April 1994 volumes of Bessatsu CoroCoro. Roughly translated as "Tales of Fighting Champions".

Collected in three volumes.

Hoshi no Kirby: Pupupu no Dedede Monogatari

星のカービィ デデデでプププなものがたり

By Hirokazu Hikawa (ひかわ 博一), ran in Monthly CoroCoro from May 1994 to November 2006, in Bessatsu CoroCoro from February 1995 to April 2006, and currently ongoing in CoroCoro Aniki since December 2017.
Commonly translated as "The Story of Dedede Who Lives in Pupupu".

The initial run was collected in 25 volumes, and the Aniki run has gotten 4 volumes as of this writing.

Only two chapters have been translated to English by Golden Roze Scans, and then into French by Waddle Dee.

Garou Densetsu Special

餓狼伝説スペシャル

By Takahiro Yamashita (山下高弘), ran in Monthly CoroCoro from June 1994 to February 1995, and in Bessatsu CoroCoro from April 1994 to February 1995. Silly chibi antics and 4-koma with the gang from Fatal Fury Special.

Collected in two volumes.

X-MEN

Xメン


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Written by Eugene Ishikawa (石川裕人), illustrated by Tetsuro Ueyama (上山徹郎) for its first episode, then by Billy Tachibana (ビリータチバナ) for the remainder. Ran from June 1994 to June 1995 in Bessatsu CoroCoro. A Japanese take on Marvel's X-Men inspired by the '90s cartoon.

Tetsuro Ueyama's portion was reprinted in 1997 by doujin circle CLA, though the rest has never been collected.

Uho Uho Donkey-Kun

ウホウホドンキーくん

By Yumiko Sudo (須藤ゆみこ), ran from January 1995 to May 1997 in Monthly CoroCoro, then resumed in Bessatsu CoroCoro from December 1997 to December 1998. Capers with the cast of Donkey Kong Country.

Collected in five volumes.
MEGA: [Vol.1] [Vol.2] [Vol.3] [Vol.4] [Vol.5]
The only English coverage I'm aware of is general commentary on the five volumes by DoctorMooDB (vol. 1~2 / vol. 3 / vol. 4~5).

Hono no Hakkyukuken: Virtua Fighter

炎の八極拳 バーチャファイター

By Billy Tachibana (ビリー・タチバナ), ran from January 1996 to May 1996 in Monthly CoroCoro, and a single instalment appeared in the December 1995 volume of Bessatsu CoroCoro. Roughly translated as "Flames of Bajíquán" and mostly based off the then-ongoing anime series.

The five episodes in Monthly CoroCoro were reprinted in the Virtua Fighter TV Anime Gensaku (バーチャファイター バーチャファイター―TVアニメ原作), though I don't think the Bessatsu episode was ever reprinted.

Saturn Bomberman

サターンボンバーマン

By Takahiro Yamashita (やましたたかひろ), ran from July to August 1996. A manic adaptation of Saturn Bomberman's first stage, padding it out by having the heroes get pummeled senseless repeatedly.

See the Totally Bombastic Bomberman Shrine Place for scans and info!

Bomberman B-Daman Bakugaiden

ボンバーマン・ビーダマン爆外伝

By Koichi Mitaka (三鷹公一), ran in Bessatsu CoroCoro from October 1996 to December 1999. A reimagining of Bomberman as marble-shooting, mecha-piloting heroes, fending off the era-spanning influences of Dark Mother.

See the Totally Bombastic Bomberman Shrine Place for scans and info!

Crash Bandicoot

クラッシュ・バンディクー

By Takahiro Yamashita (やましたたかひろ), ran from December 1996 to February 1997 in Bessatsu CoroCoro. The first of several manga of Japan's favourite western mascot, summarising the first game.

Never reprinted, and mighty freakin' elusive from the looks of it - until now, the only image online was the same one from Naughty Dog's website circa 1999!

The first chapter has been translated to English by @danyq94.

December 1996

Crash tangoes with Papu Papu.
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February 1997

Crash battles Cortex and N. Brio.
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Star Fox 64

スターフォックス64

By Takahiro Yamashita (やましたたかひろ), ran from April 1997 to June 1997 in Bessatsu CoroCoro. Cutesy antics with the Star Fox crew.

Never reprinted. Scans by @togepi1125 can be found on Google Drive or the Internet Archive (April / June).

Crash Bandicoot:
Dance! Jump! Daibouken

クラッシュ・バンディクー ダンス!でジャンプ!な大冒険

By Kawashima Ari (川島亜理, ran from December 1997 to February 1999. A slightly more long-form take on Crash and pals' trademark barminess.

Collected in two volumes with seven episodes in each, leaving the two final episodes (tie-ins to Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped) without a reprint. The volumes have been translated to English over at Crash Mania.

January 1999

Uka Uka makes himself heard.
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February 1999

Frog stuff.
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(cheers to amtt for sharing!)

Chocobo's Mysterious Story

チョコボのふしぎものがたり

By Hiroshi Katou (かとうひろし), ran from August 1998 to January 2001, with additional stories in Bessatsu CoroCoro June and October 1999.

The series was collected in 6 volumes. The first three chapters were translated to English by Manga-Koekje, though only exist on manga reader sites.

Small Soldiers

スモール・ソルジャーズ

By Michiro Ueyama (上山道郎), ran from November 1998 to January 1999. Yes, the Joe Dante film about rampant G.I. Joes got a manga adaptation. CoroCoro is nuts, man!

A collected edition was released in December 1998, and now sells for absolutely ludicrous sums. Totally unacknowledged in the English-speaking realm as far as I'm aware.

Crash Bandicoot: Kattobi! Spin World

クラッシュバンディクー かっとび!スピンワールド

By Hideki Goto (後藤英貴), ran in Monthly CoroCoro from 1999 across April to June, then October 1999 to January 2000, before reformatting as a 4-koma strip in Bessatsu CoroCoro from April 2000 to June 2004.

Despite having five years of content, it has never been reprinted.

April 1999

Cortex is cutting down all the trees.
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May 1999
?

June 1999

Crash and Cortex fight over fish.

October 1999

Little Baby T's been abandoned.

November 1999

Dumb ancient evils get unearthed during a dig.

December 1999
?

June 2001
?

August 2001

All 4-koma. Antics with the baddies.
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October 2001

All 4-koma. Various holiday-related japes.

December 2001
?

February 2002

All 4-koma.
[MEGA: p186~195]

April 2002

All 4-koma.
[MEGA: p408~418]

June 2002

All 4-koma.
[MEGA]
(cheers to Mushroom64 for sharing!)

August 2002

All 4-koma.

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

ゼルダの伝説 時のオカリナ

(image source: Monthly CoroCoro April 1999 ad)

By Toshio Tanigami (谷上俊夫), ran in the short-lived Hyper CoroCoro, which only had two volumes released May 1999 and August 1999.

Never reprinted, never to be seen again!

Star Wars Episode I:
The Phantom Menace

スター・ウォーズ エピソード1/ファントム・メナス

By Kia Asamiya ( 麻宮 騎亜), ran from July 1999 to August 1999. Everybody's absolute favourite prequel adventure gets a rather luscious manga treatment.

A collected edition was released in Japan on September 1999, and later the same year in English by Dark Horse across two volumes. It's cheap, common, and also available on Kindle!

Donkey Kong: Uho Uho Dai Shizen Gag

ドンキーコング ウホウホ大自然ギャグ

By Makoto Hijioka (ひじおか誠), ran from September 1999 to June 2000 in Monthly CoroCoro, then resumed in Bessatsu CoroCoro from October 2000 to June 2001. Roughly translated as "Mother Nature Gags".

All fifteen episodes were collected in two volumes.

Spyro-Kun: Tondemo Adventure

とんでもアドベンチャー スパイロくん

By Santa Harukaze (春風邪三太), ran from March 2000 to May 2000. A tie-in for the Japanese release of Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage.

Never reprinted.

March 2000

Spyro and pals hit the beach, only for Ripto to hold Zoe hostage.
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April 2000

Ripto and Moneybags fight to reach a safe full of valuables first.
[MEGA: p159~175]

May 2000
?

Shippuu Tengoku Kaze no Klonoa

疾風天国 風のクロノア

By Hiroshi Kato (かとうひろし), ran from April 2001 to Apr 2004 in Bessatsu CoroCoro Comic. Roughly translated as "Hurricane Heaven: Winds of Klonoa".

The series was collected in two volumes, though five stories (presumably from August 2003 onward) were never reprinted. The two volumes have been translated to English by powerstone05.

Bomberman Story: An Omen of Conflict!!

ボンバーマンストーリー 新たなる激闘の予感!!

A one-off manga by Inuki Eiji (犬木栄治), available only as a pack-in booklet with the May 2001 volume of Monthly CoroCoro. Straight-laced shonen battles with Max as a supposed prelude to Bomberman Tournament, a rarely-seen serious take on the source material.

See the Totally Bombastic Bomberman Shrine Place for scans and info!

Game Boy Wars Giga Break!

ゲームボーイウォーズ 新感覚バトルストーリー

By Dimu Kobashi (小橋ディム), ran in Bessatsu CoroCoro from December 2001 to June 2002.

A somewhat out-of-character adaptation of Advance Wars -- forget that real warfare malarkey, it's all simulations now! Also, Ryo/Andy has a pet missile called Rocket.

Never reprinted.

December 2001
?

February 2002

[MEGA: p197~228]

April 2002

[MEGA: p451~481]

June 2002

[MEGA]
(cheers to Mushroom64 for sharing!)

Kattobi! Shrek

かっとび!! シュレック

A one-off by Takeshi Tamai (玉井たけし), published on January 2002. An extremely abbreviated adaptation of the film starring Smashmouth's unofficial mascot.

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Translated to English by MiloScat and HorseyPope.

Dash & Spin: Chousoku Sonic

ダッシュ&スピン 超速ソニック

By Santa Harukaze (春風邪三太), ran in Bessatsu CoroCoro from February 2002 to February 2005, with occasional 4-koma strips in Monthly CoroCoro. Roughly translated as "Super Speed Sonic", extremely dopey comedy adventures with the cast of Sonic Adventure.

The series was collected in two volumes. Raw scans apparently floated around on the Sonic CulT forums years ago, but are now long gone.

The first five chapters were translated by Ryoga Masaki and have been reposted everywhere from YouTube to SmackJeeves, but the original source files appear to be lost. And because Sonic fans are an anal lot, the first chapter was translated again with extra profanity by gameplayer1001, and also abandoned in short order.

All 19 chapters were briefly available for free on CoroCoro Comic's website during June 2020 to promote the release of Sonic the Hedgehog: The Movie, but have since been delisted. Someone backed those up, right...? This prompted yet another translation of the first episode by Windii, and of chapter 17 by Jack's Translations.

Jak & Daxter: Itachi De Warui Ka!!

ジャック×ダクスター イタチで悪いか!!

By Noriyuki Murase (村瀬範行), ran in Bessatsu CoroCoro from February 2002 to February 2003, and a brief resurgence as 4-koma in Monthly CoroCoro in November 2009, allegedly. The subtitle is something along the lines of "that stinkin' weasel!" Gag-centric antics based off The Precursor Legacy.

Never reprinted.

February 2002

Daxter gets transformed.
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April 2002

The two scrounge for power cells.
[MEGA: p275~290]

June 2002

Gol Archeron appears, while the duo arse about in the woods.
[MEGA]
(cheers to Mushroom64 for sharing!)

August 2002

The pair are attacked during a rocket race.

October 2002
?

December 2002

Gol Archeron masquerades as Santa Claus.

February 2003
?

The Legendary Starfy

伝説のスタフィー

4 6 6 5

By Yumiko Sudo (須藤ゆみこ), ran from June 2002 to October 2005 in Bessatsu CoroCoro.

Collected in two volumes totalling 19 chapters, meaning there are two episodes that never got reprinted, likely the August and October 2005 stories. The reprinted chapters have been summarised over at the Legendary Starfy Wiki, though I don't think there's been any scanlation efforts as of yet.

Bakuretsu!! Bomberman Jetters

爆裂!! ボンバーマンジェッターズ

By Matsuhara Tomofumi (まつばらともふみ), ran from September 2002 to March 2003. Young Shirobom is part of the Jetters, an interstellar group determined to stop the Hige Hige Bandits from stealing precious items.

See the Totally Bombastic Bomberman Shrine Place for scans and info!

Soreike!! Bomberman Jetters

それいけ!! ボンバーマンジェッターズ

By Takeshi Tamai (玉井たけし), ran from April 2003 to November 2003. Further adventures of the Jetters, going even further off the rails than before.

See the Totally Bombastic Bomberman Shrine Place for scans and info!

F-Zero Grade School

F-ZERO小学校

(image source: F-Zero Falcon Densetsu cross-sell flyer)

By Suzuo Yataka (矢高鈴央), ran from December 2003 to October 2004 in Bessatsu CoroCoro for 6 episodes. The cast of F-Zero: Falcon Densetsu get reimagined as schoolkids. We could've finally gotten a serious F-Zero comic, but not this time, it seems. I'm not bitter, I'm not bitter...!

Never reprinted and barely acknowledged online; Twitter user @gyuntento shared some excerpts ( [1] [2] [3] [4]), but that's your lot. Bessatsu's already stupidly rare, so the chances of seeing this in full are mighty slim!

August 2004

Ryu and Falcon go exploring a haunted part of the school.
[MEGA: p398~412]

Pokémon Colosseum: Snatchers

By Suigun Oouchi (大内 水軍), ran from December 2003 to February 2004. An adaptation of the game of the same name. Distinct from the manga that ran in Shogaku Gakushu Zasshi.

Never reprinted. Chapters 1 and 3 can be found in Japanese at jb2448.info.

Ratchet & Clank: Gagaga!
Legend of the Galaxy's Limit!!

ラチェット&クランク ガガガ!銀河のがけっぷち伝説!!

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By Shinbo Nomura (のむらしんぼ), ran in Bessatsu CoroCoro from February 2004 to February 2008. Low-brow space capers with those PlayStation 2 mascot guys.

Collected in two volumes. The first volume has been translated to English by powerstone05.

Ore Dayo! Wario Dayo!!

オレだよ!ワリオだよ!!

By Yukio Sawada (沢田ユキオ), ran in CoroCoro Ichiban! from May 2005 to March 2013. Translated as "I Am Wario!!" on the book covers. A spin-off of Super Mario-Kun covering Wario's games, including Wario World, Shake It! and more.

Collected in four volumes, though the final four episodes were never reprinted. No scanning or translations efforts either as far as I know.
MEGA: [Vol.1] [Vol.2] [Vol.3] [Vol.4]

January 2013

Wario gets bodied in his hunt for Queen Merelda.
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The Legendary Starfy R

伝説のスタフィーR

By Suzuo Yataka (矢高 鈴央), ran in Bessatsu CoroCoro from April 2006 to April 2008.

The complete series was collected in a paperback released July 2008, with an exclusive final story. Its chapters are summarised on the Legendary Starfy Wiki, though I don't think there's been any scanlations yet.

Shooting Star Rockman

流星のロックマン

(image source)

By Masaya Itagaki (板垣雅也), ran from October 2006 to January 2008. Alternately titled "Ryuusei no Rockman", what's known in the west as Mega Man Star Force.

Collected in three volumes. Scans can be found at Tanjou Scanlations.

Hoshi no Kirby: Moretsu Pupupu Hour!

星のカービィ! も〜れつプププアワー!

By Asami Tanaguchi (谷口 あさみ), ran in Monthly CoroCoro from December 2006 to October 2016, with sporadic appearances in Bessatsu CoroCoro from December 2008 onward, before becoming a regular addition from June 2014 to June 2016.
Roughly translated as "The Pupupu Broadcast Hour!"

The series was collected in 13 volumes, all of which can also be bought digitally through Amazon Kindle.

Four late-era chapters have been translated to English by Kirby's Manga Funshack, and those translated into French at waddledee-eklablog.

TRIBE Shooting Star Rockman
Butou Gaiden

トライブ 流星のロックマン 武闘外伝

By Masaya Itagaki (板垣雅也), ran from February 2008 to July 2008. A side-story to Mega Man Star Force 2 and alternately titled "Ryuusei no Rockman TRIBE: Battle Tales", reinterpreting Mega Man's "Tribe On" transformations as distinct characters with warring feuds.

Collected in a single volume. Scans can be found at Tanjou Scanlations.

Shooting Star Rockman 3

流星のロックマン3

By Ryo Takamisaki (鷹岬諒), previewed in November 2008 before running from December 2008 (in a pack-in booklet) to January 2009. Alternately titled "Ryuusei no Rockman 3", and based off the final Mega Man Star Force instalment.

Never reprinted.

Lost Planet -Unexpected One-


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By Hideaki Fujii (藤異秀明), ran in the Summer 2010 and Winter 2010 volumes of CoroCoro G. A side-story made to promote the release of Lost Planet 2.

Never reprinted.

Hoshi no Kirby: Pakkuto Daibaku Show!!

星のカービィ パクッと大爆ショー!!

By Yuuki Karakami (川上 ゆーき), ran in CoroCoro Ichiban from September 2012 to September 2014, then had a short-lived revival as Hoshi no Kirby: Motto Daibaku Show!! (星のカービィ もっと大爆ショー!!) from June to August 2015.
Loosely translated as "The Lunching And Laughing Show!"

Collected in two volumes, though it seems unlikely the 2015 episodes were collected. No translation efforts to my knowledge.

Pokémon Card Game Yaroze!

ポケモンカードゲーム やろうぜ~っ


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By Ryu Matsushima (松島リュウ), began on January 2014 in CoroCoro Ichiban! and currently ongoing, I think. Began as X/Y Yaroze! (X・Yやろうぜ~っ), and has repeatedly rebranded to whatever card deck is topical.

As of this writing, three collected editions have been released starting from around Sun & Moon; all prior arcs appear to have never been reprinted.

February 2014

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(cheers to amtt for sharing!)

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles:
Ore Tacha Kame na 4 Shinobu-gumi

ミュータント タートルズ 〜オレたちゃカメな4忍組〜


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By Dynamic Taro (ダイナミック太郎), ran from June 2014 to May 2015 in CoroCoro Ichiban. Roughly translated as "We're The Ninja Turtles!" and a tie-in to the 2012 animated series. Ordinary schoolkid Urashimada Taro serves as the unwilling caretaker of the wacky and off-the-wall turtles, who are mistaken for foreign exchange students. This premise sounds familiar.

Never reprinted. Fahti translated a preview of the first story that was published on the CoroCoro website.

June 2014

Leonardo shows up at Taro's school and makes trouble on his behalf.
[MEGA: p125~135]

July 2014

The turtles won't let Taro sleep.
[MEGA: p152~162]

August 2014

Taro and company go fishing for Metalhead.
[MEGA: p127~136]

September 2014

The Turtles get to hang out with other mutants.
[MEGA: p179~188]

October 2014

The Turtles are subjected to impromptu weapons training.
[MEGA: p179~188]

November 2014

The Turtles play around with ridiculous reader-submitted weapon designs.
[MEGA: p185~194]

December 2014

Raphael doesn't play fair in baseball.
[MEGA: p277~287]

January 2015

Splinter appears, and he's a hunk!
[MEGA: p220~230]

February 2015

Splinter subjects the Turtles to intense training, and Taro's dragged along too.
[MEGA: p217~227]

March 2015

Cowabunga! It's winter, and that can only mean extreme sports! a yeti attack!
[MEGA: p246~256]

April 2015

The Turtles start roleplaying their own romance and adventure stories.
[MEGA: p219~228]

May 2015

Splinter and the Turtles have to go, but not before reminiscing on adventures that may or may not have happened.
[MEGA: p229~236]

LEGO LEGO Let's LEGO Ninjago!!

レゴレゴレッツ レゴニンジャゴー!!


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By Suzuki Sabakan (鈴木サバ缶), ran from April 2015 to February 2016 in Bessatsu CoroCoro. A wacky gag comic with the stars of Ninjago, with very little ninja-ing going on.

Never reprinted. The first episode has been translated by @MomoDriller.

Splatoon

スプラトゥーン

By Sankichi Hinodeya (ひのでや参吉), began in Bessatsu CoroCoro from April 2016 and ended June 2017, though its Monthly CoroCoro run (started March 2017) is currently ongoing as of August 2018.
Gang warfare with fashionable squids. Wake me up when Marina and Pearl show up.

The series has been collected in multiple paperbacks and is currently seeing official releases in French, German, and an English translation from Viz.

Hoshi no Kirby: Kyomo Manmaru Nikki!

星のカービィ 今日もまんまる日記!!

By Dynamic Taro (ダイナミック太郎), currently running in CoroCoro Ichiban since July 2016. Roughly translated as "Daily Round Diary!"

Three volumes have been released as of this writing. No translation efforts to my knowledge.

Time Bokan 24

タイムボカン24


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By Kazuhiko Sugitani (杉谷和彦), ran in CoroCoro Ichiban! from November 2016 tp April 2017.
A tie-in to the next-generation update of Tatsunoko's Time Bokan. History gets butchered in the name of gags and action.

Never reprinted.

January 2017

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(cheers to amtt for sharing!)

Marvel Future Avengers

マーベル フューチャー・アベンジャーズ

By Teruaki Mizuno (水野 輝), ran from April 2017 to February 2018 in Bessatsu CoroCoro. Tying in with the anime of the same, Marvel's superheroes get the children's manga treatment... with obligatory kid protagonists stealing the spotlight.

Collected in a single volume released February 2018.

Yo! President Trupp-Kun!

よ!大統領 トラップくん

By Kohe (コーヘー), confirmed to have run from April 2017 to December 2017; did it run into 2018? Alternately transliterated as "Daitoryo Torappu-Kun" or "Trap-Kun", #45 visits Japan as a rapping, fad-chasing, golden-showering transfer student.

Never reprinted. Its anime version has also been delisted from Shogakukan's YouTube channel and only exists as reuploads.

ARMS: Sugoude Gag Fight!

ARMS スゴウデギャグファイト!

By Sakura (咲良), ran in CoroCoro Ichiban! from November 2017 to November 2018. Spring Man and Ribbon Girl engage in extending-arm-related shenanigans.

A collected edition was released on October 2018. The CoroCoro website has a preview of the first episode.

4-Koma

4コマ

Full-colour four-panel comic strips that appear in the news and hobbies pages of Monthly CoroCoro. They aren't listed in the contents page of each volume, so there's no real record of when a 'series' begins or ends.

Rayman

レイマン

By Hori Yoshikazu[?] (堀美一). Translated by MiloScat & Horseypope.

2002: Mar

Sonic the Hedgehog

ソニック・ザ・ヘッジホッグ

By Santa Harakuze (春風邪三太). Part of the "SegaCoro Game Powers" pages which focused on SEGA's releases on Nintendo consoles, hence why some strips cover the likes of Super Monkey Ball.

2002: Oct / Nov (1) / Nov (2) / Dec

2003: Jan / Feb / Mar

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