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Minekura Doujin Edit

Note: This section only features doujin originals from Kazuya Minekura. No fanworks are posted here.

Early Doujinshi (1992-1997) Edit

Saiyuki was published in the November 1992 issue of COMIC GENKI. Her revised version of the concept and characters began appearing in offerings from her Studio Backgammon in 1994.Studio Backgammon started producing offset-printed Saiyuki doujinshi in 1995--first as higher-quality reprints of the 1994 work and the "pilot version," and then presenting new material. Studio Backgammon also sold various designs of Saiyuki stationery from 1995 to 1997.

Doujin # Doujin info
Sai02

Neo Gandhara


by Studio Backgammon


B5 size


36 pages


Manga. Reprints "Saiyuuki," Kazuya Minekura's 24-page manga story first published in the November 1992 issue of COMIC GENKI, plus new material.

Sai001

Saiyuki Kaiteban Festa.


Printed 3/21/1995


28 pages


Manga. Reprints the contents of June 1994 copybook "Utage - FESTA" (which gathered "Tenshou," "Saiyuuki Yokokuhen: Suna No Utage" and "Rakuyou"; these three 1994 Saiyuuki manga stories probably originally appeared in Studio Backgammon papers), plus new material.

Sai03

Saiyuuki 1


28 pages


Printed 11/23/1995; second printing 3/31/1996


Manga; features Act One "Black List" (a different version of what would become the professional Saiyuki manga's prologue chapter "Go to the West").

Sai04

Saiyuuki 2


32 pages


Printed 6/02/1996; second printing 12/29/1996


Manga; features Act Two "Mother Doll" (introduces the Kougaiji-ikkou).

Sai05

Terrorism


24 pages


Printed 12/1997


Manga: all character gag and serious.

Minekura joining publishing companiesEdit

Composed a list of existing doujins distributed with the help of the current publisers.

  • Saiyuki Offroad
  • Saiyuki Anthology

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