Manga for cellular phones are listed here.
Comic Alive Plus
- Media Factory's mobile comic label for males which started on August 31st, 2010. Comic Alive Plus' manga are delivered through NTT Solmare's mobile comic site Comic C'moA (コミックシーモア).
- Shogakukan's mobile delivery shounen manga magazine site that's placed within Shogakukan's mobile comic site "Comic Shogakukan Books" (コミック小学館ブックス). It is decscribed as a male's comic shop of mobile delivery!, and contains an assortment of new works of romance, horror, comedy, gag, and so on. The site opened on July 18th, 2008, and publishes new works that weren't serialized in magazines. It is aimed at high school male students to males in their twenties. The work's main characters are from the high school student to the first half of their twenties age group. Manga works are published in tankoubon form under the comic imprint BC MOBA-MAN (Big Comics MOBA-MAN).
- Shogakukan's mobile delivery shoujo manga magazine site that's placed within Shogakukan's mobile comic site "Comic Shogakukan Books" (コミック小学館ブックス). Publishes new love story works that weren't serialized in magazines. New works are released on the 5th and 20th of every month. Manga works are published in tankoubon form under the comic imprints Mobile Flower Flower Comics and Mobile Flower Flower Comics α.
Shuu 2 Comic Gekkin
- Bandai Namco's subsidiary company "Emotion" started the mobile comic site "Shuu 2 Comic Gekkin" (週2コミック ゲッキン) which delivers original manga to mobile phones. The site contains manga, short comic stories and 4-koma manga. The service started on March 1st, 2010. New original manga are available twice a week (Monday and Friday). Manga serialized on the mobile comic site are published in tankoubon form under the male oriented comic imprint Emotion Comics. After Emotion merged into Bandai Visual, Bandai Visual took over its handling.