Animerica Extra was a monthly manga anthology magazine released by Viz Media. The magazine got it's start in 1998 and started out with four series, which were a mixture of both shojo (Fushigi Yuugi and X/1999) and shonen (Steam Detectives and Video Girl Ai) comics.
In 2003, after a lot of the magazine's series were finishing up their runs, Viz decided to make Animerica Extra a shojo only magazine. The last issue featuring both genre's was December 2003, and during that issue, Marionette Generation, Shoujo Kakumei Utena, and Short Program 2 finished up. It's unfinished shonen series: Steam Detectives and Video Girl Ai, were moved to graphic-novel-only format. Not long after this change, the magazine was cancelled, with the last issue being December 2004. All of it's remaining series were then moved to graphic-novel-only format.
These were the series that were still running at the time the magazine ended.
- Banana Fish by Yoshida Akimi (added January 2002)
- Fushigi Yuugi by Watase Yuu (started January 1998)
- SOS by Ashihara Hiruko (started July 2004)
- Times Two by Akira Shouko (started July 2004)
- Chicago by Tamura Yumi (started January 2002; finished March 2003)
- Marionette Generation by Mikimoto Haruhiko (started March 2000; finished December 2003)
- Revolutionary Girl Utena by Saito Chiho (started May 2001; finished December 2003)
- Revolutionary Girl Utena: Adolescence of Utena (started January 2004; finished June 2004)
- Short Program by Adachi Mitsuru (started February 1999; finished December 1999)
- Short Program 2 by Adachi Mitsuru (started January 2004; finished December 2003)
- Steam Detectives by Asamiya Kia (started January 1998; left December 2003 and moved to graphic-novels format)
- Video Girl Ai by Katsura Masakazu (started January 1998; left December 2003 and moved to graphic-novels format)
- WILD COM by Tamura Yumi (started January 2004; finished June 2004)
- X/1999 by CLAMP (started January 1998; left April 2001 and moved to graphic-novels format)