Along with launching Takujo no Ageha: The Table Tennis of Ageha, this week's English edition of Shonen Jump confirms that Viz will be including the Japanese manga magazine's other two new series in its Jump Start program, in which the first hree chapters of news titles are sampled with simultaneous runs. More after the jump.
Jump Shop's Osaka Umeda store, which is located on the fifth floor of the Yodobashi Umeda building, is now featuring the Jump Square titles for the monthly magazine's 7th anniversary, including Takeshi Konomi's The Prince of Tennis also celebrating its own 15th anniversary. Check the latest photo report from the shop after the jump!
It's all about The Big Three. No, not Naruto, Bleach and One Piece. It'sAll its recent turnover, print media magazine Da Vinci has asked its readers to name the greatest Jump manga of all time. See what they picked after the jump.
Following this week's conclusion of Naruto (and Ryou Ishiyama's Mitsubuki Condor), the Japanese Shonen Jump is set to end its 2014 and begin its 2015 calendar with three new manga series. At least the first of these is confirmed for Viz's "Jump Start" program in which at least the first three chapters of new series will be carried in its English Weekly Shonen Jump.
The official website for the upcoming TV anime Ansatsu Kyoushitsu/Assassination Classroom today posted the 30-second latest PV introducing its actual anime footage for the first time. The narration by the students in Class 3-E explain the three important features of the super mysterious creature, Korosensei. Check the clip after the jump!
Following next week's conclusion of Naruto (and Ryou Ishiyama's Mitsubuki Condor), Shonen Jump is set to end its 2014 and begin its 2015 calendar with three new manga series. November 17th's issue 51 features the end of Yuusaku Shibata's Yoakemono, and the launch of a full series for Furuya Itsuki's Takujo no Ageha. The ping pong series, which will also be featured on the issue's cover, was previously a one-shot back in June's issue 30.
"Lev Kenzan!," a new episode of the Haikyu!! anime series, supervised by the original manga creator Haruichi Furudate himself, will be screened in the upcoming Jump Special Anime Festa events across Japan on November 15 and 16. Check the visuals of the new character for the episode, Lev Haiba at Nekoma High after the jump.
The official website of Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump announced today on October 6 that Masashi Kishimoto's long-running ninja action manga Naruto will end its serialization for 15 years on the magazine's 50th issue to be published in Japan on November 10. Hit the jump for more details.
The recently posted video on Shonen Jump's official YouTube channel and a promotional poster for the latest 13th volume reveal that Haruichi Furudate's volleyball-themed sport manga Haikyu!! has gotten a total print run of 10 million copies in Japan. Hit the jump for more details.