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Cobalt (magazine)

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Cobalt (magazine)

Cobalt
Reine Hibiki.
Editor Yayoi Tamura
Categories Light novel
Frequency Bimonthly
Publisher Shueisha
Total circulation 30,667 (2008)[1]
Country  Japan
Language Japanese
Website
ISSN 4910-0392

Cobalt (コバルト Kobaruto?) is a bimonthly anthology of shōjo fiction, published in Japan by Shueisha since May 1976. Shueisha also publish light novels under their Cobalt imprint, many of which were originally serialized in the magazine.

Writers and series featured in Cobalt

External links

  • Official Cobalt website (Japanese)
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