It announced that the manga is wrapping up. It announced that there's a live-action movie in the works. It announced that the anime is returning. Now, Gintama is preparing for ANOTHER big announcement. An early look at next week's issue of Shonen Jump has revealed that the news is coming in the following week's issue 48. More after the jump.
July 20th saw the debut of Shonen Jump Giga, a revamped version of what was Jump NEXT (and before that Akamaru Jump), a magazine collecting spin-off and special works by the mainstay Jump creators, along with stories by fresh creators. With the new issue 4, Jump is teasing the next evolution. More after the jump.
According to the newest Oricon sales report, the 23rd volume of Haruichi Furudate's sport manga Haikyu!!, released on October 4 in Japan, sold 478,598 copies in its first week, becoming the top-selling manga tankobon of the week ended October 9. Hit the jump for more details.
At San Diego Comic Con, anime/manga distributor VIZ Media announced a collaboration with Rooster Teeth to publish books based on their animated action series RWBY. Now, this weekend at New York Comic Con, they have announced some of those plans with news that Shirow Miwa's (Dogs: Bullets & Carnage) Ultra Jump prequel will be running in the English edition of Shonen Jump. More after the jump.
In the latest Shonen Jump shake-up, Kentarou Itani's ecchi supernatural series, sampled in the English version under the title Takuan and Batsu's Daily Demon Diary, wrapped up in this week's Japanese issue. Coming up, next week's issue launches Amalgam of Distortion by Ishiyama Ryou, followed by Spring Weapon Number One by Hasegawa Tomohiro in the issue after. Viz has announced plans to sample thesse in their three-chapter "Jump Start" format.
An early look at next week's issue 44 has revealed that turnover has returned to Shonen Jump. Kentarou Itani's ecchi supernatural series, sampled in the English version under the title Takuan and Batsu's Daily Demon Diary, wraps up in that issue. Then, the manga magazine will be introducing Ibitsu no Amalgam by Ishiyama Ryou (Mitsukubi Condor) in issue 45 and Spring Weapon Number One by Hasegawa Tomohiro (Koi no Cupid Yakenohara Jin) in issue 46.
Shueisha has confirmed that the latest 42nd issue of its Weekly Shonen Jump magazine is already almost sold out at Japanese stores. The issue released last Saturday in Japan includes the final chapter of Osamu Akimoto's long-running comedy manga series Kochira Katsushika-ku Kameari Kouen Mae Hashutsujo. Hit the jump for more details.