It's not uncommon for different anime and manga to bear huge similarities to each other, but what about when a series of films from almost forty years ago possess an uncanny amount of tropes we've seen before in shonen titles? Shane does a little digging this week to try learning whether or not the Rocky movies might have sprung from the pages of your favorite weekly manga magazine.
The English J-Stars Victory VS+ site has rolled out its latest round of promo videos for the crossover fighting game celebrating the 45th anniversary of the Shonen Jump magazine, now set to be released in Europe on June 26, followed by the Americas on June 30, on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4, as well as a digital-only release on PS Vita. This one features Toriko versus Zebra, Kenshin versus Reborn's Tsuna Sawada and Bobobo-bo.
Everyone wants to get faster and stronger and cooler, right!? And what better way to go about it than by training like your favorite shonen action heroes? Shane's taken the liberty of trying out five memorable ways of powering up all by himself, so hit the jump to see what sorts of life-changing discoveries he made!
Friday the 13th is a lucky day for Shonen Jump fans with Bandai's Megatre Shop launching pre-orders for a set of Chess Piece Collection R "Strong 9" Dragon Ball Z Kai x One Piece x Toriko game pieces. Get a look after the jump.
Mantanweb has confirmed that when Dragon Ball Z Kai returns to retell the Majin Buu arc April 6th in Toriko's time slot at 9, the adaptation of the Shonen Jump eating/fighting series will be ending its run. More after the jump.
Victor Entertainment has posted a short promotional video for Rurika Yokoyama's 3rd solo single "Mega Lover" on its official YouTube channel. It will be featured as the 11th ED theme song for the Toriko TV anime from next month. Check her rock song after the jump!
If you’re starving for adventure, here’s some news you can use: Crunchyroll will begin serving up simulcasts of Toei Animation’s hit series Toriko starting next week! Read on for full details!
The latest screens of J-Stars Victory Vs. are a colorful mess of explosions and effects, but somewhere among them you'll find some of your favorite Shonen Jump characters. See Vegeta, Zebra, Sasuke, and more after the jump.