J-WORLD Tokyo, an indoor amusement park in Ikebukuro with attractions based on the works published in Shueisha's Weekly Shōnen Jump manga magazine, is getting a wintery make-over for the "Gintama Cheeky Cheeky Kabuki-cho Snow Festival" event, which runs from November 20, 2015, to January 31, 2016. Hit the jump to learn more.
According to an official statement from the editorial staff of Weekly Shōnen Jump, Bleach author Tite Kubo is having problems with people misappropriating his image online. Hit the jump to learn more.
After years of wondering whether Viz Media would ever make its sizable catalog of manga available outside of its own Android app and website, the publisher has finally taken the first steps towards cross-platform availability by launching its Weekly Shonen Jump digital magazine through Amazon-owned Comixology and the Kindle Store. Hit the jump for details.
For those of you wondering how long the World Trigger TV anime was going to be, Toei Europe has officially listed the episode count, which is rare for an airing Shonen Jump adaptation. Hit the jump for the count.
The Kuroko's Basketball anime official site decided to get in on the April Fool's Day jokes by switching the main image of the top page from ballplayers to cute chicks, but not in the way you're thinking! There's a Kuroko chick, Kagami chick, and Generation Of Miracle chicks just for one day of enjoyment. Get a good look after the jump!
As Scott noted at the beginning of the month, it wasn't that difficult of a leap to make, but those who predicted that the newest addition to the US Weekly Shonen Jump would be Seraph of the End were absolutely right. More after the jump.
The July 22, 2013 issue 34 of Viz's Weekly Shonen Jump digital manga magazine has announced that while the next issue won't have new One Piece or Bleach, it will feature Naruto creator Masashi Kishimoto's 2010 baseball one-shot manga Bench. More after the jump.