After eight months hiatus, the 111th episode of Hiromu Arakawa's farming-themed manga Gin no Saji/Silver Spoon was published in the 21st issue of Shogakukan's Weekly Shonen Sunday released officially today in Japan. Hit the jump for more details.
The 36th/37th combined issue of Weekly Shonen Sunday, which is officially published today in Japan, announces that the serialization of Hiromu Arakawa's popular manga Silver Spoon will be irregular for a while. The author explains that she needs more time to take care of one of her family members who has become sick recently. Hit the jump for more details.
Manga magazine Shonen Sunday has another slate of anime adaptations on the way. Not quite as impressive as the 2013 blitz that introduced Silver Spoon, Mushibugyo, Sasami-san@Ganbaranai, The Unlimited and the latest Hayate and World God Only Knows TV anime, this one is promising seven OVAs. More after the jump.
This week's Shonen Sunday issue 33 (released on Wednesday... as Shonen Sunday typically is), features the debut of Kekkaishi author author Yellow Tanabe's new manga Birdmen, a special price, and bonus booklet. So, Magi, Silver Spoon and Detective Conan are out promoting the summer festivities. Get a look at the promos after the jump.
Are we running out of Valentine's Day treats yet? Not according to Viz Media, who rolled out a slew of announcements for the Shonen Sunday and Shojo Beat manga imprints. Chief among them is the addition of Shinobu Ohtaka's Magi, the first volume of which will be available on August 13. Read on for more!
Late last week, signs, including a domain registration by Avex (Polar Bear Cafe), suggested that the eighth 2013 anime project announced by manga magazine Shonen Sunday would be an adaptation of Hiroshi Fukuda's fantastic samurai story Joujuu Senjin!! Mushibugyo. Now, an early peek at the magazine has revealed that a TV series is in fact in the works. More after the jump.
Last year's 50th issue of manga magazine Shonen Sunday promised a storm of 2013 anime projects. The next issue will be adding to a slate that already includes the likes of Silver Spoon, Detective Conan: Private Eye in the Distant Sea and this spring's new Hayate the Combat Bulter. Early signs suggest that the announcement may be Hiroshi Fukuda's fantastic samurai story Joujuu Senjin!! Mushibugyo. More after the jump.
Shonen Sunday announced today that Rumiko Takahashi will draw a one-shot of her popular manga series Inuyasha for the Heroes Come Back earthquake charity on the magazine's 10th issue of 2013 which will be published in Japan on February 6th, 2013. Hit the jump for more details.
This year's 50th issue of manga magazine Shonen Sunday promised a storm of 2013 anime projecta. So far, the news has been largely unsurprising. They announced that there will be a 17th Detective Conan anime movie for the year. And now, the YouTube channel for the magazine has posted the trailer for April's Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force themed Private Eye in the Distant Sea. Get a look after the jump.
This year's 50th issue of manga magazine Shonen Sunday promised a storm of 2013 anime projects outlined over the course of its next eight issues. Turns out that the vanguard of this blitz isn't something new like Hiromu Arakawa's Silver Spoon or Rumiko Takahashi's Rinne. Instead, a 17th Detective Conan movie has been confirmed for '13. More after the jump.
In this year's 50th issue, Shonen Sunday announced that the next eight issues will feature a storm of announcements concerning anime adaptations of the magazine's manga. More after the jump.
The Japanese publisher Shogakukan is producing 1 million copies of the fourth volume of Hiromu Arakawa's Silver Spoon manga in its first printing. Publishing 1 million for the first printing only after 15 months from its serialization start is the fastest record in the history of the company. Hit the jump for more details.
Shogakukan's weekly manga magazine Shonen Sunday had a big booth at Mansai, Kochi Manga Festival which was held at Kochi City Culture-Plaza Cul-Port in Kochi-city on November 5-6. They displayed autographed reproductions of Shonen Sunday manga pages on the wall. All of the titles are currently serialized in the magazine. Check the autographs and illustrations after the jump!