In time for travel home at the end of the Golden Week holidays, ads for manga were displayed at transit hubs like Shinjuku Station. There was The Promised Neverland, Kimetsu no Yaiba, and, what was really grabbing visitors, Rurouni Kenshin Hokkaido, planned to run in Jump Sq. this summer. Get a look after the jump.
Add the monthly Jump Square to the list of manga magazines in transition. To Love-Ru Darkness is heading out. 7th Garden moved online. And, it's time for some new blood. A big name in the wave of upcoming manga is Rurouni Kenshin's new Hokkaido arc. However, the plans are currently for an indefinite "summer." And, speaking of cute guys and historic swords, there's a Touken Ranbu tie-in.
Manga author Hiroyuki Asada (Tegami Bachi: Letter Bee, I'll) will be providing character designs for an as-yet-unnamed TV anime project in 2016. Hit the jump to learn more.
Blue Exorcist, a supernatural action manga by Kazue Kato which is published in Shueisha's Jump SQ magazine, is celebrating its 6th anniversary with a demons & exorcists-themed version of the popular "Werewolf" party game. Hit the jump to learn more.
The official Blue Exorcist spin-off manga that is running in the latest Jump SQ tells the untold life of hardships by Yukio Okumura, the normal brother of the half-breed Satan twin. It is titled "Salaryman Exorcist: A Pathos Of Yukio Okumura". More details after the jump!