Kuroko's Basketball is one of the most popular title in Weekly Shonen Jump, but their first stage at Jump-Festa 2013 was forced to be canceled due to the threat against the title and the original author, Tadatoshi Fujimaki. With the recent apprehension of the threat suspect, Jump-Festa went on with KuroBasu's first official stage at the event and the voice actors that attended tweeted about the stage with joy. More after the jump!
The only thing that can stop Kuroko's Basketball is....well, seems like nothing at the moment! Just like the ace of Generation of Miracles, the series seems "unstoppable." Click to find out how many copies the 21st volume sold to rank No.1 in the Weekly Oricon Chart!
Japanese news site Ameba put up a poll a few days ago asking what the greatest Jump manga of the 2000s was. While we all know everybody's favorite duel of wits and notebooks got the top spot, where do your favorites stack up? Find out more after the jump!
Comic art tends to get exhibits here in America, but it's usually Alex Ross art, or throwbacks to classics like Jack Kirby or Jim Steranko. Shueisha is doing something similar and just as special for its Jump publications, home to One Piece, Naruto, Bleach, and more. Check out what's in store after the jump!