The April 18, 2016 release of the 20th issue of the current Japanese print-run of Shueisha's Weekly Shōnen Jump manga anthology magazine marks the official return to serialization of Yoshihiro Tagashi's much-beloved but often-delayed fantasy adventure manga, Hunter x Hunter, and more good news is on the way for Hunter x Hunter fans. Hit the jump to learn more.
DMP is currently running a Kickstarter campaign to publish an English language version of the full run of Izumi Matsumoto's classic romance / science fiction manga, Kimagure Orange Road. Hit the jump to learn more.
A new preview video for My Hero Academia depicting the fateful encounter between aspiring hero wannabe Izuku Midoriya and his childhood idol, the superhero All Might, is now available online. Hit the jump to fight for justice.
At the "Shokugeki! Maihama Festival" special event held on February 28, 2016, at the Maihama Amphitheater in Urayasu, Chiba, Japan, it was announced that the 2nd season of food-battle TV anime Shokugeki no Soma will be broadcast during the Summer season of 2016. Hit the jump to learn more.
When the going gets tough, the data gets granular, and so frustrated fans of Yoshihiro Tagashi's popular-but-frequently postponed manga, Hunter x Hunter, have created a website that tracks and organizes information related to the publication of the series and its many hiatuses. Hit the jump to learn more.
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.