|Jan 2007||Mar 2007||Apr 2007||May 2007||Jun 2007|
|Jul 2007||Oct 2007||Nov 2007||Dec 2007|
|Feb 2009||Mar 2009||Jun 2009|
|Jul 2009||Oct 2009||Nov 2009||Dec 2009|
|Mar 2010||May 2010||Jun 2010|
|Jul 2010||Sep 2010|
|Jan 2011||Mar 2011|
|Jul 2011||Sep 2011||Oct 2011||Nov 2011||Dec 2011|
|Feb 2012||Apr 2012|
Raw scans can be found on MEGA via the links on the right.
A Japanese gaming magazine aimed at little kids and focused on Nintendo consoles (natch). If you're looking for reviews or insight, this ain't the place to find it; instead there's lots of excitable Pokémon coverage, shilling licensed games, and stacks of pack-in guidebooks.
That's all very well and boring, but what's exciting is its manga section! Kid-friendly serialised escapades based off then-current Nintendo DS and Wii games; they're probably not that exciting, but a majority of them have never been reprinted anywhere else, so that's a novelty in itself, innit.
The magazine ran from April 2006 to April 2012, after which it rebranded itself as Dengeki Nintendo for KIDS (デンゲキニンテンドー for KIDS), cutting most of its full-page manga (though some continued as 4-koma, like Sonic and Shin-Chan). On June 2013 it rebranded again as just Dengeki Nintendo (電撃Nintendo), presenting itself as a more mature magazine and dropping the manga section entirely, the bastards.
The list of manga below is cross-referenced from Wikipedia and the contents pages available on ASCII Media Works' website; they only start from September 2008 onwards, and the issues from June 2009 to July 2010 don't list the manga in their index, so I just have to extrapolate from the next issue previews.
|Go! Ketsu Wario (GOケツワリオ)||Jun 2007 - Aug 2011|
|Oshiete! Toad (教えて！キノピオ) [src]||? - 2008?|
|Sep 2008 - May 2013|
|Sgt. Frog (ケロロ軍曹 4コママンガ劇場)||Sep 2008 - May 2011|
|Fossil Fighters (ぼくらはカセキホリダ)||Sep 2008 - Dec 2010|
|Yatterman (ヤッターマン)||Sep 2008 - Oct 2010|
|Musou God Machine Raigast (無双神機ライガスト)||Sep 2008 - Dec 2008|
Ba-Ba-Ba-Ba-Bakuretsu Bomberman (ば・ば・ば・ば爆熱ボンバーマン)
|Sep 2008 - Aug 2011|
|Animal Crossing (街へいこうよ 動物の森 あつまれ!こもびれ村)||Sep 2008 - Jul 2012|
|Rune Factory (ルーンファクトリー)||Sep 2008 - May 2009?|
|Harvest Moon (牧場物語)||Sep 2008 - Oct 2010|
|Shioman D (しおまんD)||Sep 2008 - Apr 2009|
Nov 2008 - Nov 2011
|Hoshi no Kirby: Pupupu Hero (星のカービィ プププヒーロー)||Jan 2009 - Apr 2013|
|Kaze no Klonoa (風のクロノア)||Feb 2009 - Mar 2009|
|Monster Racers (モンスター☆レーサー)||Feb 2009 - Oct 2009?|
|Spectrobes: Gekitotsu Galaxy (ゲキトツギャラクシー)||Feb 2009 - Oct 2009?|
|Will (ウイル)||Apr 2009 - May 2009?|
|Bakachi! (バカっち!)||May 2009|
|Crayon Shin-chan (クレヨンしんちゃん 笑いを呼ぶ 4コマ劇場!)||Sep 2009 - Mar 2013|
|Medabots DS (メダロットDS)||Nov 2009 - Oct 2010|
|Exciting Victory!! Pokemon Card Game (激勝!ポケモンカードゲーム!!)||Oct 2010? - May 2013|
|Momotaro Densetsu (桃太郎電鉄)||Aug 2010|
|Super Fossil Fighters (スーパーカセキホリダー)||Jan 2011 - Apr 2012|
|Animal Crossing (街へいこうよ 動物の森 こもれび広場)||Aug 2012 - Sep 2012|
|Animal Crossing (トップのドタバライフ)||Jan 2013 - May 2013|
|Bakareka! (ばかしか!)||Apr 2013 - May 2013|
If you have any more issues, please get in touch, they're a dickens to find these days!
By Akira Yamanaka (山中あきら), ran from June 2007 until August 2011.
By Makoto Hirono (広のまこと), ran from September 2008 to April 2012, but continued in 4-koma format from May 2012 to May 2013.
By Kei Aoki (あおきけい) and Maru Mika (みかまる), ran from January 2009 to April 2013, but resumed in Dengeki Bazooka!! (デンゲキバズーカ!!) under the title of Hoshi no Kirby: Ultra Super Pupupu Hero (星のカービィ ウルトラスーパープププヒーロー) from December 2014 to April 2016.
Two collected editions were included as pack-ins with issues of Dengeki Nintendo for KIDS:
The first volume (containing 26 episodes spanning January 2009 to February 2011) was bundled with the April 2013 issue.
The second volume (containing 27 episodes spanning March 2011 to May 2013) was bundled with the May 2013 issue.
The Ultra Super Pupupu Hero series has not been reprinted as of this writing, but the authors' Twitter feed reported on a vote around June 2017 to get a collected edition made.
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