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Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuutsu manga volume 1 cover

Several manga series have been developed based on the Haruhi Suzumiya light novels written by Nagaru Tanigawa and illustrated by Noizi Ito.

The first one, by Makoto Mizuno, ran from May to December 2004 and was considerably different from the light novels in its one published volume, having little input from the original author.

The second series, illustrated by Gaku Tsugano, ran from November 2005 to September 2013,[1] with a younger target audience than the original novels. On April 17, 2008, Yen Press announced that they had acquired the license for the North American release of the first four volumes of the second manga series, promising the manga would not be censored.[2]

The third adaptation, was an official parody four-panel comic strip titled The Melancholy of Suzumiya Haruhi-chan by Puyo started serialization in Sh?nen Ace on July 26, 2007 and in The Sneaker on August 30, 2007. Yen Press licensed the Haruhi-chan manga series for an English release in North America[3] and released the first volume on October 26, 2010.[4]

Another manga, The Disappearance of Nagato Yuki-chan (?, Nagato Yuki-chan no Sh?shitsu), also by Puyo, was serialized in Kadokawa Shoten's Young Ace between July 2009 and August 2016. It is set in the alternate timeline established in the fourth light novel, The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya, where Yuki Nagato is a shy schoolgirl as opposed to an alien.[5] The series has also been licensed in North America by Yen Press.[6]

A d?jinshi of note is the four-panel parody manga Nyor?n Churuya-san by Eretto (Utsura Uraraka). Starring a super deformed, smoked cheese-loving version of Tsuruya this manga was published in three volumes (released on August 2006, February 2007, and October 2007)[7] before beginning serialization in the magazine Comp Ace in November 2008.[8]

Volume list

The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya

The manga series illustrated by Makoto Mizuno.

No. Japanese release date Japanese ISBN
1 September 1, 20044-04-713658-1
  • 01. "Suzumiya Haruhi and the SOS Dan enliven the World!"
  • 02. "Welcome to Nagato's World"
  • 03. "A Trip through the City"
  • 04. "Bamboo Leaf Rhapsody"
  • 05. "Let's play baseball!"
Chapter 1 tells the story of how Kyon inspired Haruhi to create the SOS Brigade. Chapter 2 is about Nagato telling Kyon about her true identity and Haruhi getting a computer for the Brigade. Chapter 3 is about Kyon going with Mikuru to the city to look for strange beings, and Mikuru tells him her true identity and that Haruhi can destroy the world. Chapter 4 is about Kyon going back in time to meet a younger Haruhi, and motivating her to come to North High. Chapter 5 is about the Brigade playing baseball.

The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya

The manga series illustrated by Gaku Tsugano.

No. Original release date Original ISBN English release date English ISBN
1 April 21, 2006[9]978-4-04713-811-7October 28, 2008[10][11]978-0-75952-944-1
  • 01. "The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya I"
  • 02. "The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya II"
  • 03. "The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya III"
  • 04. "The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya IV"
  • 05. "The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya V"
A high school freshman known only as Kyon encounters a strange individual named Haruhi Suzumiya. Having been somewhat influenced by Kyon, Haruhi decides to set up the SOS Brigade, recruiting Yuki Nagato as a member. Kyon soon learns from Yuki that she is an alien in charge of monitoring Haruhi, who has god-like abilities to subconsciously affect the world. Another alien in Kyon's class, Ryoko Asakura, attempts to kill him to try to get a reaction from Haruhi, but Yuki stops her. Later, Haruhi recruits Mikuru Asahina, using her to blackmail a computer out of the computer club. As a transfer student named Itsuki Koizumi joins the club, Mikuru reveals to Kyon that she is a time traveller sent to monitor Haruhi, whilst Itsuki reveals himself to be an esper who reveres Haruhi as a god.
2 June 22, 2006[12]978-404713-831-5March 24, 2009[10][13]978-075952-945-8
  • 06. "The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya VI"
  • 07. "The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya VII"
  • 08. "The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya VIII"
  • 09. "The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya IX"
Kyon meets an older Mikuru, who gives him some advice concerning a future dilemma. Later, Itsuki takes Kyon to a closed space, a realm subconsciously created by Haruhi, where he fights a large blue giant. As Haruhi becomes increasingly bored, she ends up pulling Kyon and herself inside one of these closed spaces. Using advice he had received from Yuki and the Future Mikuru, Kyon manages to break free from the closed space by kissing Haruhi.
3 December 21, 2006[14]978-404713-885-8June 9, 2009[10][15]978-075952-946-5
  • 10. "The Boredom of Haruhi Suzumiya I"
  • 11. "The Boredom of Haruhi Suzumiya II"
  • 12. "Knowing Me, Knowing You"
  • 13. "Bamboo Leaf Rhapsody I"
  • 14. "Bamboo Leaf Rhapsody II"
Haruhi enters the SOS Brigade into a baseball tournament, with the gang needing to use their unique powers to prevent Haruhi from becoming upset and creating closed space. Later, Mikuru invites Kyon to go shopping with her whilst trying to keep it a secret from Haruhi. On Tanabata, Mikuru takes Kyon three years into the past where he helps a young Haruhi draw weird lines inside a schoolyard, influencing her desire to seek out aliens, time travellers and espers.
4 June 22, 2007[16]978-404713-923-7October 27, 2009[10][17]978-075952-947-2
  • 15. "Mysterique Sign I"
  • 16. "Mysterique Sign II"
  • 17. "Mysterique Sign Returns"
  • 18. "Remote Island Syndrome I"
  • 19. "Remote Island Syndrome II"
The SOS Brigade are tasked with seeking out the computer club president, who had gone missing due to a weird symbol on Haruhi's website. As Kyon visits his grandparents on holiday, he encounters a similar experience.
5 October 24, 2007[18]978-404713-981-7March 23, 2010[10][19]978-031608-605-9
  • 20. "Endless Eight I"
  • 21. "Endless Eight II"
  • 22. "A Perspective on Life from Shamisen the Stray"
  • 23. "Get in the Ring"
  • 24. "The Sigh of Haruhi Suzumiya I"
  • 25. "The Sigh of Haruhi Suzumiya II"
As an activity-packed Summer incites a lot of deja-vu within Kyon, he soon learns that they have been repeating the last two weeks of Summer thousands of times due to Haruhi's desire to not let Summer end. Meanwhile, a cat named Shamisen makes observances on humans. During a sports festival at school, Haruhi's powers cause the teams to keep switching places, leaving the SOS Brigade to try and figure out what she desires. As the school festival approaches, Haruhi decides to make her own film.
6 May 22, 2008[20]978-404715-061-4June 15, 2010[10][21]978-031608-952-4
  • 26. "The Sigh of Haruhi Suzumiya III"
  • 27. "The Sigh of Haruhi Suzumiya IV"
  • 28. "The Sigh of Haruhi Suzumiya V"
  • 29. "Show Must go on"
  • 30. "Live a Live"
  • 31. "Tales from the Thousand Lakes"
As the production on the SOS Brigade's movie continues, Haruhi's desire for an amazing effects causes real lasers and other bizarre effects to come into reality. Furthermore, Haruhi's shabby treatment of Mikuru enrages Kyon to the point that he almost hits her. Despite this, Kyon manages to put a stop to the crazy phenomenon by subtly reminding Haruhi that her movie is a work of fiction. The movie soon goes on show at the school culture festival, where Haruhi acts as a stand-in for a band's performance.
7 December 20, 2008[22]978-404715-148-2October 26, 2010[10][23]978-031608-953-1
  • 32. "The Day of Sagittarius I"
  • 33. "The Day of Sagittarius II"
  • 34. "The Day of Sagittarius Aftermath"
  • 35. "The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya I"
  • 36. "The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya II"
  • 37. "The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya III"
In a last-ditch attempt to recover their stolen equipment, the Computer Research Society challenges the SOS Brigade to a space battle simulation game. The SOS Brigade start off at an advantage due to both their inexperience and the computer club's cheating, but with Nagato's help they manage to win. Later, Kyon wakes up one day to find his whole world has changed. Haruhi and Itsuki are missing, Ryoko has returned, Mikuru and Tsuruya have no memory of him, and Yuki is a normal, shy human being.
8 March 24, 2009[24]978-404715-208-3March 29, 2011[10][25]978-031608-954-8
  • 38. "The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya IV"
  • 39. "The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya V"
  • 40. "The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya VI"
  • 41. "The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya VII"
  • 42. "Parallel Sidestory I: A Sudden Cinderella Story"
  • 43. "Parallel Sidestory II: Mikurion Dollar Baby"
Kyon finds a message from the original Yuki, telling him to gather a set of keys. As he starts to get used to the new world, getting to know the new Yuki, he learns from Taniguchi that Haruhi had been at a different school the entire time. By introducing himself as "John Smith", the alias he used when he travelled back in time to assist the young Haruhi, Kyon manages to get Haruhi to believe his story. With her help, they manage to gather all the members of the SOS Brigade in the classroom, providing the keys necessary to activate a program from the original Yuki, offering him a way to fix things.
9 July 22, 2009[26]978-404715-269-4August 16, 2011[10][27]978-031618-321-5
  • 44. "The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya VIII"
  • 45. "The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya IX"
  • 46. "The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya X"
  • 47. "The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya XI"
  • 48. "The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya: Epilogue"
  • 49. "Parallel Sidestory III: Message From Meiji, All Clear"
Travelling back to the Tanabata of three years ago, Kyon teams up with future Mikuru and goes to see Yuki. There, Yuki explains that the culprit is none other than herself who, after accumulating a lot of stress over the years, used Haruhi's powers to rewrite history. Receiving an antidote to reverse the effects of Yuki's alteration, Kyon returns to the point right after everything changed to confront Yuki. Just then, he is suddenly stabbed by Ryoko but is rescued by future counterparts of Yuki, Mikuru and himself. Returning to his normal timeline, Kyon assures Yuki that if the Data Overmind do anything to harm her, he will reveal his hidden alias to Haruhi and use her powers to stop them.
10 October 22, 2009[28]978-404715-302-8November 22, 2011[10][29]978-031618-639-1
  • 50. "Lover at First Sight I"
  • 51. "Lover at First Sight II"
  • 52. "Lover at First Sight III"
  • 53. "Snowy Mountain Syndrome I"
  • 54. "Snowy Mountain Syndrome II"
Kyon receives a phone call from his middle school classmate, Nakagawa, who has allegedly gained feelings for Yuki and asks him to hook them up. Later, the SOS Brigade go on a ski trip to celebrate New Year's, but find themselves caught up in a snowstorm. They eventually wind up in a strange mansion where the very concept of time is all over the place. Furthermore, they learn Yuki has been disconnected from the Data Over, and yet it is not believed to be Haruhi's doing.
11 April 21, 2010[30]978-404715-429-2February 28, 2012[10][31]978-031619-576-8
  • 55. "Snowy Mountain Syndrome III"
  • 56. "Snowy Mountain Syndrome IV"
  • 57. "Where Did the Cat Go? I"
  • 58. "Where Did the Cat Go? II"
  • 59. "Red Data Elegy"
After confessing to Itsuki about how he has yet to go back in time and rescue himself, Kyon is curiously approached by a lustful Mikuru, although this turns out to be a fake. After discovering the others had similar visions, Yuki suddenly comes down with a fever. It is there that Kyon and Itsuki discover a strange door complete with a puzzle. With help from Yuki, Kyon and Itsuki manage to solve the puzzle and return to reality, where they decide to hold another murder mystery.
12 October 22, 2010[32]978-404715-544-2May 29, 2012[10][33]978-031620-946-5
  • 60. "The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya ~Another Day~"
  • 61. "The Melancholy of Mikuru Asahina I"
  • 62. "The Melancholy of Mikuru Asahina II"
  • 63. "Editor in Chief ? Full Speed Ahead! I"
  • 64. "Editor in Chief ? Full Speed Ahead! II"
Deciding not to put it off any longer, Kyon assembles Mikuru and Yuki together and travels back in time in order to rescue himself from Ryoko and put the timeline back on track. Later, Mikuru asks Kyon out to help her buy some tea leaves.
13 February 23, 2011[34]978-404715-656-2August 21, 2012[10][35]978-031620-949-6
  • 65. "Editor in Chief ? Full Speed Ahead! III"
  • 66. "Editor in Chief ? Full Speed Ahead! IV"
  • 67. "Editor in Chief ? Full Speed Ahead! V"
  • 68. "Welcome to the House of Terror"
  • 69. "The Intrigues of Haruhi Suzumiya I"
14 May 24, 2011[36]978-404715-698-2December 11, 2012[10][37]978-031622-905-0
  • 70. "The Intrigues of Haruhi Suzumiya II"
  • 71. "The Intrigues of Haruhi Suzumiya III"
  • 72. "The Intrigues of Haruhi Suzumiya IV"
  • 73. "The Intrigues of Haruhi Suzumiya V"
  • 74. "The Intrigues of Haruhi Suzumiya VI"
15 December 21, 2011[38]978-404715-804-7April 23, 2013[10][39]978-031623-230-2
  • 75. "The Intrigues of Haruhi Suzumiya VII"
  • 76. "The Intrigues of Haruhi Suzumiya VIII"
  • 77. "The Intrigues of Haruhi Suzumiya IX"
  • 78. "The Intrigues of Haruhi Suzumiya X"
  • 79. "The Intrigues of Haruhi Suzumiya XI"
16 March 17, 2012[40]978-404120-185-5October 29, 2013[10]978-031623-236-4
  • 80. "Wandering Shadow I"
  • 81. "Wandering Shadow II"
  • 82. "Wandering Shadow III"
  • 83. "The Dissociation of Haruhi Suzumiya I"
  • 84. "The Dissociation of Haruhi Suzumiya II"
17 November 21, 2012[41]978-404120-459-7December 17, 2013[10]978-0-316-32234-8
  • 85. "The Dissociation of Haruhi Suzumiya III"
  • 86. "The Dissociation of Haruhi Suzumiya IV"
  • 87. "The Dissociation of Haruhi Suzumiya V"
  • 88. "The Dissociation of Haruhi Suzumiya VI"
  • 89. "The Surprise of Haruhi Suzumiya I"
18 March 19, 2013[42]978-404120-644-7May 27, 2014[43]978-031628-678-7
  • 90. "The Surprise of Haruhi Suzumiya II"
  • 91. "The Surprise of Haruhi Suzumiya III"
  • 92. "The Surprise of Haruhi Suzumiya IV"
  • 93. "The Surprise of Haruhi Suzumiya V"
  • 94. "The Surprise of Haruhi Suzumiya VI"
19 June 21, 2013[44]978-404120-741-3August 26, 2014[45]978-031637-680-8
  • 95. "The Surprise of Haruhi Suzumiya VII"
  • 96. "The Surprise of Haruhi Suzumiya VIII"
  • 97. "The Surprise of Haruhi Suzumiya IX"
  • 98. "The Surprise of Haruhi Suzumiya X"
  • 99. "The Surprise of Haruhi Suzumiya XI"
20 December 26, 2013[46]978-404120-956-1November 18, 2014[47]978-031633-646-8
  • 100. "The Surprise of Haruhi Suzumiya XII"
  • 101. "The Surprise of Haruhi Suzumiya XIII"
  • 102. "The Surprise of Haruhi Suzumiya XIV"
  • 103. "The Surprise of Haruhi Suzumiya XV"
  • 104. "The Surprise of Haruhi Suzumiya XVI"
  • 105. "Rainy Day"

The Melancholy of Suzumiya Haruhi-chan

The Melancholy of Suzumiya Haruhi-chan is an official gag manga series written and illustrated by Puyo in which the cast are depicted in chibi forms.[48]

No. Original release date Original ISBN English release date English ISBN
1 May 26, 2008[49]978-404715-062-1October 26, 2010[50][51]978-031608-957-9
  • "The SOS Brigade Takes the Stage" (SOS, SOS-dan Hatsut?j? no Kai)
  • "Nagato Becomes an Otaku" (, Nagato ga Otaku na Kai)
  • "Capturing Achakura-san" (, Achakura-san Hokaku no Kai)
  • "The 'All Hope is Lost' Pose" (, Tokihanatare ta Kib? no P?zu no Kai)
  • "Nagato & Tsuruya vs. Santa" (&vs, Nagato & Tsuruya vs Santa no Kai)
  • "Mikuru the Sheep Debuts in a Chaotic First Dream of the Year" (?, Kaosu na Hatsuyume de Mikuru Hitsuji Hatsut?j? no Kai)
  • "Mori-san Makes a Shocking First Appearance" (, Mori-san Sh?geki no Hatsut?j? no Kai)
  • "Kyon and Koizumi Become Hosts" (?, Kyon to Koizumi Hosuto ni Naru Kai)
  • "An Infinity Lion Comes Calling" (, Mugen Raion Hatsut?j? no Kai)
  • "Trying Out Mail-Order Shopping" (?, Ts?han Hajimemashita no Kai)
2 December 20, 2008[52]978-404715-158-1May 31, 2011[50][53]978-031608-958-6
  • "Choosing to Stay Indoors" (?..., Aete o Heya de... no Kai)
  • "Introducing Kimidori-san" (, Kimidori-san Hatsut?j? no Kai)
  • "Tsuruya-san vs Mecha Mori-san & The Masked Mustache" (?vs, Tsuruya-san vs Meka Mori-san & Hige Kamen no Kai)
  • "Hooray for Hiking" (, Haikingu Yahh? na kai)
  • "Tanabata with a Special Guest" (?, Tanabata de Ano Hito T?j? no Kai)
  • "Can't Have a Deserted Island Without Swimsuits" (, Mujint? de Mizugi ga Daiji na Kai)
  • "Can't Have Moongazing Without Bunnies" (, Tsukimi de Ban? ga Daiji na Kai)
  • "Learning the Basics of Being a Maid" (?, Meido no Gokui Oshiru Kai)
  • "The Quiz Show is On" (?, Kuizu Bangumi Hajimemashita no Kai)
  • "The SOS Brigade wants to Make a Syndicated Drama" (SOS?, SOS-dan de Dorama Tsukuritai Kai)
  • "Healthy Cooking" (, Herush? Kukkingu no Kai)
  • "A Day with Achakura-san" (1, Achakura-san no 1-Nichi no Kai)
3 July 25, 2009[54]978-404715-263-2August 16, 2011[50][55]978-031618-763-3
  • "The Disappearance of Haruhi-chan" (, Haruhi-chan no Sh?shitsu no Kai)
  • "The Brigade Members' Vacation" (, Danin-tachi no Ky?jitsu no Kai)
  • "Poor Taniguchi at the Autumn Festival" (?, Akimatsuri de Taniguchi Kawais? na Kai)
  • "The Very Serious Eating Contest" (, Gachinko Dai Kui Taikai no Kai)
  • "At Christmas, Good Kids Get..." (..., Kurisumasuni wa Yoiko de... no Kai)
  • "The Chaotic First Dream of the Year" (, Kaosu na Hatsuyume Futatabi? no Kai)
  • "Haruhi and Kyon on Sesubun" (..., Setsubun de Haruhi to Kyon ga... no Kai)
  • "This is how I Draw Manga" (, Kore ga Atashi no Manga-michi Kai)
  • "Haruhi's Room" (, Haruhi no Heya no Kai)
  • "The Haunted House" (?, Obake Yashiki Hajimemashita no Kai)
  • "The Secret Ingredient" (?..., Kakushi Mi wa...? no Kai)
  • "Video Game Envy" (, Bushitsu ni G?mu-ki ga Atte Urayamash? Kai)
4 December 23, 2009[56]978-404715-352-3November 22, 2011[50][57]978-031619-577-5
  • "The Anti-April Fool Meeting" (, Eipuriruf?ru Taisaku Kaigi no Kai)
  • "Springtime Brigade Member Recruiting" (?, Haru no Shin Danin Bosh?-ch? no Kai)
  • "The Case File of Ryouko Asakura" (?, Asakura Ry?ko no Jiken-bo no Kai)
  • "Before the Battle Against the Computer Club..." (..., Konpi-ken to no Sh?bu no Mae ni... no Kai)
  • "New Event: Revolver Othelot?!" (?!, Shin Ky?gi Riborub? Oserotto!? no Kai)
  • "The Hard-Won Swimsuit Comes with a Price" (, Doryoku Shite Kachitotta Mizugi ni Koso Kachig?ru Kai)
  • "The Heart-Pounding Date of Kyon and Haruhi" (?, Kyon to Haruhi no Doki Doki D?to Kai)
  • "The North High Festival" (?, Kitakou Bunkamatsuri no Kai)
  • "Asakura-san Returns to Her Normal Size" (, Asakura-san ga Moto no Saizu ni Naru Kai)
  • "SOS-Style Exercise" (SOS, SOS-shiki Ekusasaizu no Kai)
  • "The Suzumiya Mystery Investigation Squad Begins" (, Suzumiya Misuter? Ch?sa Han Hossoku no Kai)
5 November 26, 2010[58]978-404715-561-9March 27, 2012[50][59]978-031620-945-8
  • "A Chaotic New Year's Dream" (, Kaosu na Hatsuyume no Kai)
  • "Ryouko Asakura's Apprenticeship" (?, Asakura Ry?ko Deshiiri no Kai)
  • "Identity Loss" (, Aidentiti S?shitsu no Kai)
  • "It's Always My Turn" (, Zutto Atashi no T?n no Kai)
  • "The Activities of Mikuru Asahina" (, Asahina Mikuru no Katsuyaku no Kai)
  • "Starting Over with Tiny-Sized Characters" (, Mini Kyara d? Kara Yarinaosu Kai)
  • "Koizumi, with Arakawa-san..." (..., Koizumi ga Arakawa-san to... no Kai)
  • "Kyon Nursing Battle" (No.1, Kyon no Kanby? No.1 Kettei-sen no Kai)
  • "Back to that Wonderful Youth" (?, Ano N? Harerash? Seishun o M?ichido no Kai)
  • "Switching the Characters' Personalities Around" (?, Kyara no Seikaku Irekawari no Kai)
  • "Infinity Lion Rescue Mission" (?, Mugen Raion Ky?shutsu Dai Sakusen no Kai)
  • "Big-Time Cleanup, Thankfully" (, Higoro no Kansha o Komete Dais?ji no Kai)
  • "Gag Comic Competition" (?, Tsukkomi Gaman Taikai no Kai)
6 September 26, 2011[60]978-404715-779-8November 20, 2012[50][61]978-031622-914-2
  • "The Standard Swimsuit Episode" (?, O Yakusoku no Mizugi Kai)
  • "Exercising with Difficult Words" (, Muzukash? Kotoba de Taiiku Suru Kai)
  • "Nagato Clan Cultural Festival" (, Nagato-ka Bunkamatsuri no Kai)
  • "That's Kinda How Christmas Goes" (?, Kurisumasu wa Nanka S?iu n Janai Kai)
  • "Shrine Visits and Karuta" (, Hatsum?de to Karuta no Kai)
  • "Turning Into A Fuzzy Cat" (, Neko ni Natte Fukafuka no Kai)
  • "Haruhi Suzumiya... Transfers" (..., Suzumiya Haruhi, Tenk?... no Kai)
  • "Climbing The Steps of Adulthood on Children's Day: Part 1" (~~, Kodomonohi wa Otona no Kaidanwonoboru-bi ~Zenpen~ no Kai)
  • "Climbing The Steps of Adulthood on Children's Day: Part 2" (~~, Kodomonohi wa Otona no Kaidanwonoboru-bi ~K?hen~ no Kai)
7 November 26, 2012[62]978-404120-493-1September 24, 2013[50]978-031624-310-0
  • "Autumn It Up" (, Aki Jimita Koto o Shite Miru Kai)
  • "A Day At The Nagato Residence" (, Nagato-ka no Ichi-nichi no Kai)
  • "Best Moments So Far: A Retrospective" (?, Furikaette Erisuguri Sh?n Ninki T?hy? no Kai)
  • "Not So Long After She Was Miniaturized" (?, Ch?saku Natte Mamonai-goro no Kai)
  • "Stolen In The Moonlight" (, Tsukiakari Abite Nusumidasu Kai)
  • "Let's Do A Doujinshi Event" (, D?jinshi Sokubaikai ni Deyou no Kai)
  • "Installation Of A Complaint Box" (?, Meyasu-bako Mitai na Posuto o Setchi Suru Kai)
  • "Intruding At The Nagato Residence" (?, Nagato-ka ni Ojamasuru Kai)
  • "Swords and Sorcery" (, Ken to Mah? no Fantaj? Kai)
  • "High Performance Kimidori-san" (, K?sein? Kimidori-san no Kai)
  • "It's Christmas, and Yet - The Great Game Of Life" (, Kurisumasu Nano ni Kyodai Jinsei Sugoroku Kai)
  • "Kyon's Sunday" (, Kyon no Nichiy?bi no Kai)
  • "Everybody's New Years" (?, Sorezore no Osh?gatsu no Kai)
  • "Things Get RPGish" (RPG, RPG-ppoku Natchau Kai)
  • "Mikuru-sensei and Her Kindergarteners" (, Mikuru-sensei to Enji-tachi no Kai)
  • "White Day" (, Howaitod? no Kai)
  • "Buckets" (, Bakettsu no Kai)
  • "Late Night With Radio Suzumiya" (?MC, Rajio 'MC Suzumiya no Fushigi Kurabu' no Kai)
  • "The Disappearance of Kimidori-san" (?, Kimidori-san ga Kieruhi no Kai)
8 December 26, 2013[63]978-404120-955-4October 28, 2014[64]978-031633-615-4
  • "The Long-Awaited Appearance of the Sasaki Brigade?" (, Sasaki-dan, Manwojishite T?j no Kai)
  • "Barbecue and Hand-to-Hand Combat" (, Yakiniku to wa Kakut?gidearu no Kai)
  • "Certification for Life in our Difficult Modern Society" (?, Kibishii Gendai Shakai o Ikinuku Tame no Kentei no Kai)
  • "Adult Mikuru Enjoys Summer" (?, Otona Mikuru ga Natsu o Mankitsu-suru Kai)
  • "Celebrating the Completion of the Endless Eight" (?!, Iwai! Endoresu Eito Kans? no Kai)
  • "A Change of Costume" (, Koromogae Naranu Kosuch?mu Chenji no Kai)
  • "The Legendary Covert Ops" (?, Densetsu no Anyaku no Kai)
  • "Snowball Fight" (, Yukigassen no Kai)
  • "The First New Year's Dream in Quite a While" (, Totemo Hisashiburi no Hatsuyume no Kai)
  • "Extortion on Valentine's and Setsubun" (?, Setsubun to Barentain to Katsuage no Kai)
  • "The Melancholy of Suzumiya Haruhi-chan, Part One: The End" (, Suzumiya Haruhi-chan no Y?utsu, Daiichibu Kan no Kai)
  • "Soccer out of Boredom" (?, Taikutsu nano de Sakk? o suru Kai)
  • "Magical?Ryouko's Back" (, Kaettekita Majikaru?Ry?ko no Kai)
  • "Considering Special Abilities" (, Tokushu N?ryoku ni Tsuite Kangaeru Kai)
  • "Clubroom Soccer" (, Heya Sakk? no Kai)
  • "I Want to Make a Zombie Show" (, Zonbi Bangumi o Tsukuritai Kai)
  • "I Want to Make a Superhero Show" (, H?r? Bangumi o Tsukuritai Kai)
9 March 4, 2014[65]978-404121-040-6January 20, 2015[66]978-031625-939-2
  • "New Member Welcome Party" (, Shinny? Danin Kangei no Kai)
  • "The Long-Awaited Swimsuit Episode" (, Mina-san Taib? no Mizugi no Kai)
  • "Nagato-san... Collapses!?" (...!, Nagato-san, Taoreru...!? no Kai)
  • "The Regular October Secret Meeting Featuring Tachibana" (10?with, 10-Tsuki Teirei Anyaku Kaigi with Tachibana no Kai)
  • "Touring The Power Spots of North High" (, Kitakou no Paw? Supotto Meguri no Kai)
  • "House Party at Nagato's" (?, Nagato-ka H?mup?t? no Kai)
  • "First Secret Meeting Jitters" (, Ubu Anyaku Hy?mei no Kai)
  • "Yasumi-chan's Sleepytime" (, Yasumi-chan no Oyasumi Kai)
  • "The Intrigues of Koizumi Itsuki-kun: 'Training'" (, Koizumi Itsuki-kun no Inb? 'Tor?ningu')
  • "The Intrigues of Koizumi Itsuki-kun: 'Catch'" (, Koizumi Itsuki-kun no Inb? 'Kyacchi B?ru')
  • "The Intrigues of Koizumi Itsuki-kun: 'Desert Island'" (?, Koizumi Itsuki-kun no Inb? 'Mujint? Shisatsu')
  • "The Intrigues of Koizumi Itsuki-kun: 'Secret Ops with Kyon'" (, Koizumi Itsuki-kun no Inb? 'Kyon to Anyaku')
10 March 26, 2015[67]978-404102-878-0December 15, 2015[68]978-031635-191-1
11 February 4, 2017[69]978-404105-043-9December 19, 2017[70]978-031641-405-0
12 May 1, 2019[71]978-404107-906-5May 26, 2020[72]978-197531-079-0

The Disappearance of Nagato Yuki-chan

Another spinoff manga series written and illustrated by Puyo. Set in the alternate universe established in The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya, it follows Yuki Nagato as its main protagonist.

No. Original release date Original ISBN English release date English ISBN
1 February 4, 2010[73][74]978-4-04-715405-6July 24, 2012[75][76]978-0-316-21712-5
  • "Epilogue 1 - My Favourite Place"
  • "Epilogue 2 - What I Want to Do"
  • "Epilogue 3 - Shopping Scenery"
  • "Epilogue 4 - All Together"
  • "Epilogue 5 - Christmas"
  • "Epilogue 6 - Just the Two of Us"
  • "Epilogue 7 - How it Began"
2 November 26, 2010[77][78]978-4-04-715562-6October 30, 2012[75][79]978-0-316-21713-2
  • "Epilogue 8 - Haruhi Suzumiya"
  • "Epilogue 9 - Trespassing"
  • "Epilogue 10 - Girl Talk"
  • "Epilogue 11 - Valentines Day: The Day Before"
  • "Epilogue 12 - Valentines Day: The Day Of"
  • "Epilogue 13 - Feelings"
  • "Epilogue 14 - Romantic Comedy"
3 September 3, 2011[80][81]978-4-04-715773-6January 22, 2013[75][82]978-0-316-21714-9
  • "Epilogue 15 - Returning the Favor"
  • "Epilogue 16 - New Semester"
  • "Epilogue 17 - Talk of the Past"
  • "Epilogue 18 - Study Group"
  • "Epilogue 19 - Hurdles"
  • "Epilogue 20 - Travel Guide"
  • "Epilogue 21 - Seating Order"
  • "Epilogue 22 - Sightseeing"
  • "Epilogue 23 - Hot Springs"
  • "Epilogue 24 - After Dinner"
  • "Epilogue 25 - Reaching Out"
  • "Epilogue 26 - Rainy Day"
4 May 2, 2012[83][84]978-4-04-120217-3May 28, 2013[75][85]978-0-316-25088-7
  • "Epilogue 27 - Unease"
  • "Epilogue 28 - Memory"
  • "Epilogue 29 - Daily Life"
  • "Epilogue 30 - Library"
  • "Epilogue 31 - Library Card"
  • "Epilogue 32 - End of Testing"
  • "Epilogue 33 - Confession"
5 November 26, 2012[86][87]978-4-04-120498-6February 18, 2014[75][88]978-0-316-32235-5
  • "Epilogue 34 - Dream"
  • "Epilogue 35 - Tanabata"
  • "Epilogue 36 - Summer Vacation: Ocean"
  • "Epilogue 37 - Summer Vacation: Mountains"
  • "Epilogue 38 - Summer Vacation: Festival"
  • "Epilogue 39 - Summer Vacation: Homework"
  • "Bonus Material: Senpai"
6 December 26, 2013[89]978-4-04-120960-8September 23, 2014[75][90]978-0-316-33607-9
  • "Epilogue 40 - Self-Introduction"
  • "Epilogue 41 - Programming Meeting"
  • "Epilogue 42 - Going Home"
  • "Epilogue 43 - Festival Preparation (Kyon) 1"
  • "Epilogue 44 - Festival Preparation (Kyon) 2"
  • "Epilogue 45 - Festival Preparation (Kyon) 3"
  • "Epilogue 46 - Festival Preparation (Nagato) 1"
  • "Epilogue 47 - Festival Preparation (Nagato) 2"
  • "Epilogue 48 - Festival Day"
  • "Epilogue 49 - Thanks"
7 September 4, 2014[91]978-4-04-101754-8March 24, 2015[75][92]978-0-316-38374-5
  • "Epilogue 50 - December 6th"
  • "Interlude"
  • "Epilogue 51 - December 8th"
  • "Epilogue 52 - December 12th 1"
  • "Epilogue 53 - December 12th 2"
  • "Epilogue 54 - December 12th 3"
  • "Epilogue 55 - December 16th"
  • "Epilogue 56 - December 17th"
  • "Epilogue 57 - December 24th"
  • "Extra"
8 March 26, 2015[93]978-4-04-101755-5November 17, 2015[75][94]978-0-316-35192-8
  • "Epilogue 58 - New Year Shrine Visit"
  • "Epilogue 59 - Fortune Slips"
  • "Epilogue 60 - New Semester"
  • "Epilogue 61 - Lunch Boxes"
  • "Epilogue 62 - During Club Activities"
  • "Epilogue 63 - Caught a Cold"
  • "Extra"
9 October 26, 2015[95]978-4-04-102882-7March 22, 2016[96]978-0-316-31493-0
  • "Epilogue 64 - I Am..."
  • "Epilogue 65 - In With The Luck"
  • "Epilogue 66 - Date 1"
  • "Epilogue 67 - Date 2"
  • "Epilogue 68 - Date 3"
  • "Epilogue 69 - Date 4"
  • "Epilogue 70 - Senpai"
  • "Bonus"
10 February 4, 2017[97]978-4-04-105044-6October 31, 2017[98]978-0-316-47642-3
  • "Epilogue 71 - The Disappearance of Ryouko Asakura I"
  • "Epilogue 72 - The Disappearance of Ryouko Asakura II"
  • "Epilogue 73 - The Disappearance of Ryouko Asakura III"
  • "Epilogue 74 - The Disappearance of Ryouko Asakura IV"
  • "Epilogue 75 - The Disappearance of Ryouko Asakura V"
  • "Epilogue 76 - The Disappearance of Ryouko Asakura VI"
  • "Epilogue 77 - The Disappearance of Ryouko Asakura VII"
  • "Epilogue 78 - The Disappearance of Ryouko Asakura VIII"
  • "Episode I - Epilogue"

Haruhi's Comic Anthology

The Celebration of Haruhi Suzumiya

An omnibus of three anthologies containing short stories from several different manga artists. On March 4, 2014 Yen Press announced they had acquired the license for the North American release.[99]

The cover art is by Noizi Ito and the colour illustrations inside are by Puyo, Gaku Tsugano, Hiroaki Samura, Naru Nanao, Yasu, Miki Miyashita, Kaishuku, Jinsei Kataoka, Sekihiko Inui, TO18, Hajime Katoki, Okama, TIV and Mine Yoshizaki. There is an afterword at the end of the book that includes comments from every credited author and illustrator.

Title Original release date Original ISBN English release date English ISBN
"The Contest of Haruhi Suzumiya" (, Suzumiya Haruhi no Ky?en) March 24, 2009[100] ISBN 978-404715-226-7 October 30, 2014[101] ISBN 978-031633-613-0
"The Festival of Haruhi Suzumiya" (, Suzumiya Haruhi no Shukusai) July 23, 2009[102] ISBN 978-404715-277-9
"The Gorgeous Haruhi Suzumiya" (, Suzumiya Haruhi no Kenran) December 23, 2009[103] ISBN 978-404715-346-2

The Contest of Haruhi Suzumiya

  • "The World of Haruhi Suzumiya" (Kumichi Yoshizuki)
  • "Spooky Tale" (Seiman Douman)
  • "The Art of Haruhi Suzumiya!?" (Ranmaru Kotone)
  • "A Certain Mushroom" (Ryo Ito)
  • "The Mercenaries of Haruhi Suzumiya" (Satoru Matsubayashi)
  • "The SOS Brigade Got Into Farming." (Fuu Araki)
  • "The Melancholy of Nagato Yuki-san" (Nino)
  • "I Know You" (Sou)
  • "This World of Ours" (Yagi Shinba)
  • "The Legend of Haruhi Suzumiya" (Motoki Takeuchi)
  • "The Makeover of Yuki Nagato" (Itokatsu)
  • "Heart-Pounding School Festival: The Melancholy of Kyon" (Yuki Hibino + Seiryu Shima)
  • "The Explosion of Haruhi Suzumiya" (Ryu Naito)
  • "The Introduction of Yuki Nagato" (Shinichi Fukuda)
  • "Unidentified Giant Life Form Kyon" (Ran Igarashi)
  • "Chapter 45: "The Alien Asakura's Spirit of Infinite Challenge"" (Mebuki Tomonaga)
  • "The Man From Beneath The Ground" (Yoshi Amagasaki)

The Festival of Haruhi Suzumiya

  • "The Essence of Haruhi Suzumiya" (Osamu Takahashi)
  • "The Disappearance of Tsuruya-san" (Wataru Watanabe)
  • "The Tea of Yuki Nagato" (Renga Kijima)
  • "Pointless Days" (Atsu Suzumi)
  • "Searching" (Seiman Douman)
  • "Alien Bonding" (Yuu Tachibana)
  • "If That Is What You Choose" (Benjamin)
  • "SOS Rangers!" (Naru Narumi)
  • "It's So '80s to Hear "Brigade Chief" and Think of Sunglasses" (Terepin Uona)
  • "The Disappearance of Asakura's Stew" (Morohe Yoshida)
  • "In Production" (Keiji Watarai)
  • "The SOS Brigade's Rest" (Bomi)
  • "The Cheek of Yuki Nagato" (Haruka Mori)
  • "The Wars of Haruhi Suzumiya" (Hayato Aoki)
  • "The Nightmare of Haruhi Suzumiya" (You Kirishima)
  • "The Heroes of Haruhi Suzumiya" (Makoto Kuon)
  • "The Secret of Koizumi Itsuki" (Paruko Shinsaibashi)
  • "For You..." (Yu-ji)
  • "Change-Up!" (Yuka Kanaria))

The Gorgeous Haruhi Suzumiya

  • "Simmering Mikuru" (Nylon)
  • "S or B?" (Taishi Zao)
  • "There Are Others!?" (Eiki Eiki)
  • "Have Some Sympathy, Big Brother!" (Beruno Mikawa)
  • "The First of Haruhi Suzumiya" (Izumi Kazuto)
  • "The Timidity of Haruhi Suzumiya" (Ryuji Gotsubo)
  • "The Melancholy of the Same Old After-School Hours at the Dawn of the Long, Long Summer Break in the Second Year of High School" (Ryo Akizugi)
  • "The Passion of Asakura and Nagato" (Ayun Tachibana)
  • "The Delusions of Haruhi Suzumiya" (Astroguy II)
  • "Don't Push the Enter Key" (Shinobu Shiozaki)
  • "The Ramble of Haruhi Suzumiya" (Ran Igarashi)
  • "Ponytails, Nagato-san" (Nagii Takatsuki)
  • "Kyon and the Sick Day" (Ryota Yuzuki)
  • "The Cooking of Haruhi Suzumiya" (Koizumi)
  • "The Interrogation of Haruhi Suzumiya" (Hiro Sakurada)
  • "Koizumi-kun and the Defiance of Rationality" (Shimada)
  • "Hard-Won Boredom" (Kota Shirahama)
  • "The Haunting of Haruhi Suzumiya" (Sakutaro Kagurazaka)
  • "Mystérique Lump" (As-Special)
  • "The Melancholy of Two-Thirds of One Year of Kyon" (Hiro Kiyohara)
  • "Haruhi's Operation: Music Video ?" (Mitsue Aoki)
  • "The Celebration of Haruhi Suzumiya" (Afterword)

The Misfortune of Kyon & Koizumi

A one off collection of nineteen short stories by fifteen different manga artists. On April 8, 2012 Yen Press announced they had acquired the license for the North American release.[104]
The cover art is by Aya Shouoto and the colour illustrations inside are by Akiho Narimiya and Ren Hidoh. There is an afterword at the end of the book that includes comments from every credited author and illustrator.

No. Original release date Original ISBN English release date English ISBN
1 December 26, 2009[105]978-404715-359-2February 26, 2013[106][107]978-031622-871-8
  • "An SOS to You" (Watari)
  • "The Derangement of " (Youko Fujioka)
  • "Closed Space ? Scramble!" (Mikimaki)
  • "The Web Design of Kyon & Koizumi" (Mikimaki)
  • "Kyon's Romantic History" (Mikimaki)
  • "Snowy Mountain Syndrome Sufferers" (Mikimaki)
  • "The Tenacity of Koizumi Itsuki" (Nao Katou)
  • "The Transformation of Kyon" (Kaine Akiduki)
  • "The Exchange of Kyon & Koizumi" (Ayumi Kanou)
  • "Treasure Hunter Haruhi" (Yuzuru Asahina)
  • "Not Like This." (Soyogo Iwaki)
  • "The Boredom of Kyon-kun" (Takumi Yoshimura)
  • "Bamboo-Cutter SOS!" (Mira Kajiyama)
  • "The Mountain Mayhem of Kyon & Koizumi!" (Uka Nagao)
  • "Trashy Advice" (Uka Nagao)
  • "Spicy Spring" (Haru Akiyoshi)
  • "Killing Time" (Yoshitsugu Katagiri)
  • "With Kyon-kun!" (Suzu Kouno)
  • "The Disappearance of Itsuki Koizumi" (Kanan Sawatari)

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