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The following is a list of the GeGeGe no Kitarō manga chapters.

Rental Manga

Released from 1960 to 1964.

Main article: Hakaba Kitarō

Shonen Magazine

First Run

Main article: GeGeGe no Kitarō (Shonen Magazine)

Shinpen GeGeGe no Kitarō (2nd Run)

Serialized from May 7, 1986 to April 22, 1987.

Garo

The Birth of Kitarō

Published March 1966.

Kitarō Yawa

Serialized from June 1967 to April 1969.
  • Kitarō Yawa 1 (remake of The Boarding House)
  • Kitarō Yawa 2 (remake of The Boarding House)
  • Kitarō Yawa 3 (remake of The Boarding House and An Appointment with Death)
  • Kitarō Yawa 4 (remake of An Appointment with Death)
  • Kitarō Yawa 5 (remake of The Vampire and the Neko-Musume)
  • Kitarō Yawa 6 (remake of The Vampire and the Neko-musume)
  • Kitarō Yawa 7 (remake of The Vampire and the Neko-musume)
  • Kitarō Yawa 8 (remake of The Vampire and the Neko-musume)
  • Kitarō Yawa 9 (remake of The Vampire and the Neko-musume)
  • Kitarō Yawa 10 (remake of A Walk to Hell)
  • Kitarō Yawa 11 (remake of A Walk to Hell)
  • Kitarō Yawa 12 (remake of A Walk to Hell)
  • Kitarō Yawa 13 (remake of A Walk to Hell)
  • Kitarō Yawa 14 (remake of Mizugami-sama Comes to Town)
  • Kitarō Yawa 15 (remake of Mizugami-sama Comes to Town)
  • Kitarō Yawa 16 (remake of Mizugami-sama Comes to Town)
  • Kitarō Yawa 17 (remake of Mizugami-sama Comes to Town and In the Face of the Enemy)
  • Kitarō Yawa 18 (remake of In the Face of the Enemy)
  • Kitarō Yawa 19 (remake of The Strangest Showdown)
  • Kitarō Yawa 20 (remake of The Strangest Showdown)
  • Kitarō Yawa 21 (remake of The Strangest Showdown)
  • Kitarō Yawa 22 (remake of The Strangest Showdown)

Bokura

A series of picture book adaptations of various Kitarō stories.
Serialized April 1, 1968 to April 1, 1969.

Kitarō's Vietnam War

Serialized from July to December 1968.
Main article: Kitarō's Vietnam War

Tanoshii Yochien

Serialized October 1, 1968 to November 1, 1969. Final chapter published August 15, 1971.

Shonen Sunday

Main article: GeGeGe no Kitarō (Shonen Sunday)

Shogakukan Learning Magazines

From 1971 to 1972, publisher Shogakukan released various Kitarō stories (mostly remakes of previous stories) in an easy to read format for children just learning to read.

Yoiko

Released from October 1971 to April 1972

Yochien

Released from October 1971 to April 1972

1st Grade-2nd Grade

Released from September 1971 to November 1972

1st Grade
2nd Grade

2nd Grade-3rd Grade

Released from September 1971 to April 1972

2nd Grade
3rd Grade

3rd Grade-4th Grade

Released from October 1971 to November 1972

3rd Grade
4th Grade

4th Grade

Released from October 1971 to March 1972

1st Grade (second run)

Released from April to November 1972

Kitarō and Nezumi-Otoko

Released August 1 to October 1, 1973

Shonen Action

Main article: Kitarō's World Obake Tour

Manga Sunday

GeGeGe no Kitarō Challenge Series

Serialized from August 16 to December 13, 1977

Shukan Jitsuwa

Seinen stories

The first two Shukan Jitsuwa series depicted Kitarō as a young adult and featured much more adult scenarios, including some sexual content.

Zoku GeGeGe no Kitarō

Main article: Zoku GeGeGe no Kitarō

New GeGeGe no Kitarō: Sports Era

Serialized from January 5 to June 22, 1978

Shonen stories

Serialized from June 29 to December 14, 1978

Shin GeGeGe no Kitarō

DONDON

Serialized from April 18 to June 27, 1980

Dai-Bora Kitarō

Poplar

Shigeru Mizuki's Obake School

Released from June 1980 to December 1983

GeGeGe no Kitarō: Obake Country

Released from July 1987 to July 1988

Shonen Poppy

Serialized from August 22, 1980 to June 27, 1981

Yuki-hime-chan and GeGeGe no Kitarō

Main article: Yuki-hime-chan and GeGeGe no Kitarō

Comic BonBon

Saishinban GeGeGe no Kitarō

Serialized from September 15, 1985 to August 30, 1987

Kitarō Kunitori Monogatari

Serialized from November 1990 to March 1993
Main article: Kitarō Kunitori Monogatari

Monthly Shonen Magazine

Serialized from June to September 1987

GeGeGe no Kitarō: Kitarō Jigoku-hen

Main article: GeGeGe no Kitarō: Kitarō Jigoku-hen

TV Magazine

GeGeGe no Kitarō: Strange Yōkai Tales

Media Factory

Shigeru Mizuki'sStrange Yōkai Tales

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