PULP was an North American-based, monthly manga magazine, published by Viz Media. Unlike the other manga magazines at the time, such as Viz's Animerica Extra and Tokyopop's MixxZine and Smile, the magazine was aimed towards a mature audience. The magazine contained a variety of seinen series: some horror, some with strong sexual themes, and also some violent series. The first issue hit shelfs in 1997.
In 2002, the magazine was cancelled. The last issue hit shelfs in August, leaving many of the series unfinished. Yoshida Akimi's Banana Fish moved to Animerica Extra, where it ran until the magazine was cancelled in 2004. Its other series all finished in graphic novel-only format.
These were the series that were still running at the time the magazine ended.
- Banana Fish by Yoshida Akimi
- Dance Till Tomorrow by Yamamoto Naoki
- Short Cuts by Furuya Usamaru
- Uzumaki by Ito Junko
- Bakune Young by Matsunaga Toyokazu
- Benkei in New York Story by Mori Jinpachi and Art by Taniguchi Jiro
- Cinderalla by Mizuno Junko
- Even A Monkey Can Draw Manga by Takekuma Kentaro and Aihara Koji
- Heartbroken Angels by Kikuni Masahiko
- No. 5 by Matsumoto Taiyo (First chapter published as sample of graphic novel)
- Phoenix by Tezuka Osamu (First chapter published as sample of graphic novel)
- Strain Story by Buronson Art by Ikegami Ryoichi
- Tekkonkinkreet by Matsumoto Taiyo
- Voyeur by Yamamoto Hideo
- Voyeurs, Inc. by Yamamoto Hideo