Weekly Shonen Jump

Shonen Jump opens special bar for adults to raise a toast to their childhood action heroes

This new establishment pays particular homage to manga that were serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump in the 1980s.

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Here’s what happens if an otaku holds on to 30 years of issues of Japan’s biggest manga magazine

This superfan will never be short of reading material.

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Half-dozen of manga’s greatest creators have at-home drinking party, make one-of-a-kind artwork

Creators of One Piece, Naruto, and My Hero Academia got together at friend’s place to get tipsy, created piece of manga history while they were at it.

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Massive manga mural appears in Tokyo station with nearly 100 feet of anime’s biggest stars【Pics】

Commuting through Shibuya subway station just got a lot cooler.

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This 2,264-page manga behemoth is the biggest Japanese comic anthology we’ve ever seen【Photos】

Two of Japan’s top manga publishers team up for a special collection of 44 different series in one huge book.

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Our Japanese reporter rewatches first episode of Dragon Ball, concludes Bulma’s a psychopath

Seiji’s warm and fuzzy childhood memories are dampened by the sudden realization that Bulma’s actually more than a little bit crazy.

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Why does Dragon Ball’s Goku look so freaky when drawn by One Piece creator Eiichiro Oda?

Special cover illustration for 50th anniversary issue of Weekly Shonen Jump terrifies fans of anime/manga martial arts saga.

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New 8-bit Nintendo classic system announced for Japan with 20 games not in last version

Famicom Mini Weekly Shonen Jump 50th Anniversary Version is all about manga/anime games, but that could spell disaster for North America.

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Weekly Shonen Jump teams up with Georgia to bring us limited-edition manga-printed coffee cans

Why choose between coffee and manga when you can have both in this latest promotion celebrating 50 years of comic history?

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Naruto creator Masashi Kishimoto is indeed working on his new story for Weekly Shonen Jump

What’s next for the author whose modern take on ninja became a hit series the world over? 

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Shonen Jump exhibition featuring classic ’90s manga and anime to open in Tokyo

Old favorites like Dragon Ball, Rurouni Kenshin, and Yu Yu Hakusho will make an appearance.

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Possible return for hit manga Hunter x Hunter… before year’s end?

Will fans of the popular series be treated to new episodes before this year is over?

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It’s not over yet for 40-year manga Kochikame as series returns one year after officially ending

The creator of one of Japan’s most popular manga/anime franchises of all time still has a story to tell with new chapter.

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Honda Fit and Weekly Shonen Jump magazine create stunning Japanese itasha manga car【Pics】

“Itasha” (literally, “painful cars”) don’t have to look painful at all when done by the right pros!

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One Piece team shows us how a Weekly Shonen Jump cover is crafted【Video】

Possibly the first-ever look at how one of the most crowded magazine covers is designed.

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This is how Japan bids farewell to a beloved 40-year-old manga series

From stairs to walkways and even escalator handrails, this Tokyo neighbourhood has created a beautiful send-off for the Guinness World Record-holding manga that made it famous.

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Bleach Manga to End on August 22 With ‘Important Announcement’

Manga launched in 2001, inspired TV anime, films, video games, rock musicals

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Hunter x Hunter manga serial on indefinite hiatus again, we ask publisher for details

We can almost hear the collective screams of fans, “No, not again!

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It’s official! Hunter x Hunter to resume serialization in Weekly Shonen Jump next month

Yes, Togashi-sensei is finally getting back to work, with the hit manga Hunter x Hunter returning to the pages of Weekly Shonen Jump magazine in April!

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It’s official: No new Hunter x Hunter episodes in 2015 ends writer’s 25-year-long record

2015’s final issue of Weekly Shonen Jump Magazine included no new episodes of hit manga Hunter x Hunter, ending a 25-year-long record.

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