Fami2Comic

ファミ2コミック

Feb 2006 Mar 2006
Apr 2006 May 2006 Jun 2006
Jul 2006 Aug 2006 Sep 2006
Oct 2006 Nov 2006 Dec 2006
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
Jan 2009 Feb 2009 Mar 2009
Apr 2009 May 2009 Jun 2009
Jul 2009 Aug 2009 Sep 2009
Oct 2009 Nov 2009 Dec 2009

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

Fami2Comic was a pack-in with Famitsu's resident Nintedo-themed kids-orientated gaming magazine (that went through a multitude of names; see below). These booklets were separate from the main magazine and featured serialised comics based off then-current Nintendo DS or Wii games; early issues were strictly comics-only, with a single page after each one reminding you to buy the game, though later volumes expanded the game coverage to multiple pages.

The magazine it was packed with rebranded three times during its run; the first three volumes are under Famitsu Cube + Advance ( ファミ通キューブ+アドバンス), the next seven were with Famitsu DS + Cube + Advance (ファミ通DS+キューブ&アドバンス), then finally the magazine branded itself as Famitsu DS + Wii (ファミ通DS+Wii). [src]

A couple of manga ran in the magazine before the introduction of Fami2Comic but it wasn't a major attraction. Fami2Comic ran from February 2006 to August 2009, after which the pack-in was phased out and the manga was merged with the magazine itself [src]. The magazine concluded with its March 2016 issue, by which point only the Kirby manga was still running.
The magazine is read from left-to-right, while the Fami2Comic booklet is read from right-to-left.

The list of manga below is referenced from the contents pages, the Fami2Comic Wiki, listings at Neowing and just from looking at the covers (some from Enterbrain's now-delisted Flash preview pages). February 2006 to April 2007 is confirmed from my own copies, everything after that is lifted from research, and after September 2010 it's all a bit fuzzy.

Hichako no Game Taiken-ki (ひちゃこのゲーム体験記)Feb 2002 - Dec 2004
Himemaru no Game Tenkomori! (ヒメマルのゲームてんこもり!)Jan 2005 - Jun 2006
Go! Go! Mario Kart (ゴー!!ゴー!!マリオカート)Feb 2006 - Jul 2006
Peach's Great Adventure!? (ピーチの大冒険!?)Feb 2006 - April 2007
Animal Crossing: Tonba Village (どうぶつの森 とんぼ村だより)Feb 2006 - May 2014
Kirby & Dedede's Pupupu Diary (カービィとデデデのプププ日記)Feb 2006 - Feb 2016
Stuck? Mizumario's Got Answers! (ぎもん? かいけつ! 水マリオ)Feb 2006 - sporadic
Wai Wai! Wario (ワイワイ!ワリオ)Feb 2006
LostMagic (ロストマジック)Mar 2006
Ko no Quiz Yarou (このクイズ野郎っ)Apr 2006
Rockman ZX (ロックマンゼクス)Aug 2006 - Aug 2007
Brave Story (ブレイブ・ストーリー)Sep 2006
Chosoju Mecha MG (超操縦メカ MG)Oct 2006 - May 2007
Kaiketsu Zorori (かいけつゾロリ)Oct 2006
Kirby for the first time (はじめてのカービィ)Jan 2007 - Feb 2007
Card Fighters DS (カードファイターズDS)Jan 2007 - Mar 2007
Shuugou Zen'in Gagtte!! Rockman! (全員集合ギャグって!!ロックマン!) May 2007 - Oct 2009
Cat Gamer Tako (きゃっとげーまー タコ) May 2007 - Oct 2009
Crayon Shin-Chan (クレヨンしんちゃん) May 2007, May 2008
Hero Battle Coliseum (ヒーローバトルコロシアム) Jun 2007 - May 2014
River King (川のぬし釣り こもれびの谷せせらぎの詩) Jul 2007 - Sep 2007
Kurikin: Nano Island Story (くりきん ナノアイランドストーリー) Aug 2007 - Feb 2008
Monster Rancher (モンスターファームDS)Aug 2007 - Sep 2007
Touch De Uno! (タッチ・デ・ウノー!)Aug 2007
► Touch! Bomberman Land (Touch!ボンバーマンランド)Aug 2007
Hajime no Ippo Revolution (はじめの一歩 レボリューション)Aug 2007
Rockman ZX Advent (ロックマンゼクスアドベント) Sep 2007 - Apr 2008
Death Boss (デスボス)Sep 2007
MySims (ぼくとシムのまち)Oct 2007 - Nov 2007
Taiko Drum Master Wii (太鼓の達人 Wii)Nov 2007 - Jun 2015
Trouble Magical Momoko (トラブル☆まじかる☆ももこ)Nov 2007
[Animal Story?] (アニマルストーリー?)Jan 2008
Kousoku Card Battle: Card Hero (高速カードバトルカードヒーロー)Feb 2008 - May 2011
Shiren the Wanderer 3 (風来のシレン3)Jun 2008 - Jul 2008
K-tai Investigator 7 (ケータイ捜査官7)Jul 2008 - Nov 2008
Dokapon Journey (ドカポンジャーニー)Sep 2008
Away: Shuffle Dungeon (Away シャッフルダンジョンNov 2008 - Dec 2008
MySims Kingdom (ほくとシムの町 キングダム)Nov 2008 - Feb 2009
Tamagotchi Glitter Corner Shop (たまごっちのキラキラおみせっち)Dec 2008 - Oct 2009
Harvest Moon: Grand Bazaar (牧場物語 ようこそ!風のバザール)Jan 2009 - Feb 2009
Hirameki Action: Chibi Wagyan's Big Adventure (ひらめきアクション ちびっこワギャンの大きな冒険)Jan 2009 - Mar 2009
Lock's Quest: The Novice Archineer's Long War (ロックス・クエスト ~新米アーキニアの百日戦争~)Apr 2009
Line Boys? (直線少年)Nov 2009
Battle Spirits: Digital Starter (バトルスピリッツ デジタルスターター)Sep 2010 - Dec 2010

Hichako no Game Taiken-ki

ひちゃこのゲーム体験記

By Hichako (ひちゃこ), ran from February 2002 to December 2004 in Famitsu Cube + Advance.
Roughly translated as "Hichako's Gaming Chronicles", Hichako tries her hand at various new Nintendo releases and captures her triumphs and foibles in manga form.

A collected edition was later released in December 2004, albeit as an A5-sized paperback; the original versions in Famitsu Cube + Advance were roughly 25% bigger, if you wanna be pedantic.

Episode #11 (Dec 2002)

Baby Hichako is carried through Super Mario Advance 3: Yoshi's Island and has her Yoshis fall on every possible hazard.
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Himemaru no Game Tenkomori!

ヒメマルのゲームてんこもり!

(image source: @Kalma_k)

By Kagemaru Himeno (姫野かげまる), ran from January 2005 to June 2006 in Famitsu Cube + Advance.

Roughly translated as "Himemaru's Game Journal", this filled the void of Hichako's strip with similar antics of gamer girl Himemaru interacting with Nintendo games, almost exclusively Mario, Pokémon and Animal Crossing titles.

More information can be found at Hichako Fan Club.

Go! Go! Mario Kart

ゴー!!ゴー!! マリオカート

By Shin Ogino (おぎの しん), ran from February 2006 to July 2006.

Based off Mario Kart DS, this is your typical over-dramatic racing manga, full of thrills, spills and dramatic close-ups - only with Mario characters. Also features the hunkiest Bowser I've ever seen. Like, wow.

Episode #1 (Feb 2006)

史上最速最強の激戦を見逃すなっ!
Don't Miss The Fastest Race in History!

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Episode #2 (Feb 2006)

クッパーをブッちぎれ!ボクらのマリオ!
Bowser Cuts In! That's Our Mario!

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Episode #3 (Mar 2006)

クッパの悪事に負マリオ!!
Bowser's Gunnin' For Ya, Mario!

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Episode #4 (Apr 2006)

ニューマシン登場でマリオも全開だぜ!
New Car Debut: Mario's at Full Throttle!

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Episode #5 (May 2006)

クッパの逆襲でキニピオが……
Toad is Koopa's Prey...

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Episode #6 (Jun 2006)

いよいよ最後のレースが始まる!
At Last, The Final Race Begins!

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Episode #7 (Jul 2006)

いよいよ最後決戦!
The Long-Awaited Final Challenge!

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Peach's Great Adventure!?

ピーチの大冒険!?

By Kazumi Sugiyama (すぎやまかずみ), ran from February 2006 to April 2007.

A silly retelling of Super Princess Peach, with the princess, Toadsworth and her companions meeting the game's bosses and defeating them in silly mood-based manners.

February 2006

ピーチとカッサーの強力コンビ(?)誕生!
Peach, Meet Perry! The Duo Without Equal(?)

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March 2006

ピーチの天然ボケ炸裂!?
Peach the Natural Airhead!?

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Animal Crossing: Tonba Village

どうぶつの森 とんぼ村だより

By Rumi Shimotsuki (霜月るみ), ran from February 2006 to May 2014.
Fluffy antics in the world of Animal Crossing. Lilian is a primary character and often resorts to "Detective Lilian's Mystery Memo" in an attempt to solve the story's problem... or totally bungle it.

Four small volumes were packed in with the September 2010, November 2011, October 2012, and April 2013 issues of Famitsu DS + Wii, as well as a standalone "Best Selection" collected edition released in April 2014; I doubt all eight years of manga have been reprinted though.

Kirby & Dedede's Pupupu Diary

カービィとデデデのプププ日記

By Michiru Michi (路 みちる and Noboru Matsuyama (まつやま登), ran from February 2006 to February 2016, and still ongoing in TV Game Magazine (てれびげーむマガジン) starting from April 2009. [src] Cutesy get-along stories with the Kirby gang.

Multiple collected editions were packed in with the December 2010, December 2011, May 2012, July 2012, and March 2014 issues of Famitsu DS + Wii. A standalone "Best Selection" collected edition was also released on April 2014.

Wai Wai! Wario

ワイワイ!ワリオ

By Ryuusuke Hamamoto (濱元 隆輔), a one-off published on February 2006 as a tie-in for Wario Ware: Touched!.
Mona wants Wario to attend her concert but he just wants to sleep, and no amount of physical violence can shift him.

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ReasonablePerson has translated this into English over at the Wario Forums.

Rockman ZX

ロックマンゼクス

By Shin Ogino (おぎの しん), ran from August 2006 to August 2007. A lighthearted adventure manga based off the world of Rockman ZX,

This series was collected in two paperbacks in late 2007. Those volumes were later published in English by Udon Entertainment from May to September 2010.

Card Fighters DS

カードファイターズDS

By Yuuga Takauchi (高内優向), ran from January 2007 to March 2007.
Based off SNK vs. Capcom - Card Fighters DS. Mega Man gets bodied by Red Arremer, Devilotte scraps with Mai Shiranui and Phoenix Wright teams up with Terry Bogard. Also: kid protagonists getting into drama that nobody came here to see.

January 2007

Mega Man & Terry Bogard vs. Red Arremer and Mudman!
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Shuugou Zen'in Gagtte!! Rockman!

全員集合ギャグって!!ロックマン!

By Sankichi Hinodeya (ひのでや三吉), ran from May 2007 to September 2009.

Roughly translated as "Gags With All The Rockman Gang!!", a stupid gag comic featuring caricatures of characters from across the Mega Man franchises, focusing primarily on enthusiastic airhead EXE-kun, the matronly Guts Mama, and other characters from the then-current handheld titles.

May 2007

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Touch! Bomberman Land

Touch!ボンバーマンランド

By Itsuka Puzzle (逸架ぱずる), a one-off published on August 2007 as a tie-in for Bomberman Land Touch 2.

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

Rockman ZX Advent

ロックマンゼクスアドベント

By Shin Ogino (おぎの しん), ran from September 2007 to August 2008. Based off the game of the same name and even more jokey and light-hearted than the previous ZX manga.

Unlike the last one, this series has not been collected in paperback format, and as such is somewhat rare. Episodes 3, 6, 7 and 8 were scanned by doodlytucky on Tumblr (backup courtesy of SlayerZeroPoint), but 4 and 5 remain missing in action.

Episode 1 (September 2007)

Queenbee the Hymenopteroid gets rocked.
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Episode 2 (October 2007)

Buckfire the Gaxelleroid is exploded.
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