Manga author Mitsutoshi Shimabukuro ended his eight-year run of exotic cuisine-hunting manga Toriko back in November, but he has some more comics on the way. In addition to the 19-page "Chingiri," Shimabukuro has another one-shot manga planned for a fall debut in Shueisha's Grand Jump magazine.
An early look at next week's issue of Shonen Jump's issue 50 reveals that the manga magazine is shuffling its line-up yet again. Not only is Toriko wrapping up in issue 51, "fresh, all-species directed 'full-on love comedy" Love Rush! by Ryôhei Yamamoto (E-Robot), which started in both the Japanese and English editions on August 22nd, ends in issue 50. More after the jump.
Another Shonen Jump mainstay is about to wrap up. An early look at next week's issue 49 has revealed that Mitsutoshi Shimabukuro's 2008 food-battle series Toriko is announcing that in the following week's issue 50, the series reaches its "climax" with a "super-special helping of 31 pages!!" More after the jump.
This week, Tokyo Institute of Technology biologist Yoshinori Ohsum was awarded the 2016 Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine for his discoveries of mechanisms for autophagy.” You might have read about the subject in his papers published in Nature. Or, you might have read about it in 2009 when Mitsutoshi Shimabukuro's Toriko manga introduced it in Shonen Jump. To celebrate, the digital Jump+ platform is offering the relevant three chapters (48-50) for free through October 12th.
Combo DVD/booklet Jump Ryu recently teased volume 15, which centered on Eyeshield 21 and One-Punch Man artist Yūsuke Murata. Now it's time for vol. 16, which arrives on August 18 and goes behind the scenes with Toriko creator Mitsutoshi Shimabukuro.
Catching up to current releases of a book or show is a time-honored tradition in popular culture, but catching up on to a serialized manga carries its own set of risks! Hit the JUMP (get it!?) to join Shane as he talks about some of these odd predicaments and offers "helpful" suggestions on how to combat them!