"Death Note" team's coming-of-age manga has printed more than 13 million copies
Shueisha announced today that Shonen Jump's official free manga drawing soft/app JUMP PAINT has achieved one million downloads. To commemorate the record, the original Japanese and English editions of all 176 chapters (20 volumes) of Tsugumi Ohba (story) and Takeshi Obata (art)'s Bakuman. manga are now available for free in 11 select countries for a limited time of 100 hours.
Japanese edition: https://sp.shonenjump.com/jumppaint/j/
English edition: https://sp.shonenjump.com/jumppaint/e/
The 11 countries are: Japan, Ireland, US, UK, India, Australia, Canada, Singapore, New Zealand, Philippines and South Africa. The 176 chapters will be readable between 12:00 on October 26 and 16:00 on October 30 (JST).
JUMP PAINT is a free digital painting and comic creation app co-produced by Shueisha and MediBang.
It was released in June 2017 as part of Weekly Shonen Jump's 50th anniversary project, and is available
worldwide in nine languages: Japanese, English, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Korean, Russian,
Spanish, and Portuguese.
【100時間限定】完全無料のジャンプ公式マンガ制作ソフト「ジャンプPAINT」がおかげさまで100万ダウンロード突破しました！— 少年ジャンプ編集部 (@jump_henshubu) 2018年10月26日
"Bakuman." tankobon 1st and 20th volume covers
© Tsugumi Ohba, Takeshi Obata/Shueisha