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empty tables of canceled Kuroko circles:
well, with how much success the anime had, not just in boosting manga sales but in terms of DVD/Bluray sales (only Spring Anime that sold over 10K in one week... by a huge margin) second season...
Kochikame's getting closer and closer to 200 o.0
you know there's more than just author's "name value" when a series dethrones its magazine's uncontested best-seller in just little over a year. XD
ouch.... Bulge hits rock bottom >_>
and Momiji's not doing well too.
in the interview, he says it's the pacing issue, and that the story hasn't been progressing as quickly as he intended.
The 1.5 years was...
well, how about we look at it this way:
we've seen even the once high ranking Bleach or Reborn drop in the ranks once the series went on huge slumps, so it certainly shows that the system isn't...
then will you kindly tell me how so many of the highly successful films from Japan are so dark and twisted?
Like Confessions, Battle Royal, Ring, Grudge, Norwegian Wood, etc?
I don't think you should be comparing Bleach with Final Fantasy or the earthquake victims >_>
they're both on a completely different level. (especially the earthquake)
but I am quite surprised to...
Lock On! is another counter example since it got a color page at chap 7, but cancelled at chap 18.
No I'm utterly lost as to what you're trying to say with this paragraph.
found a pretty sweet pic related to Assassination Classroom
no Psyren definitely wasn't doing better than those two at all aspect.
Enigma was ranking & selling pretty well in the beginning, and I'm quite sure Kurogane ToC placement has been much better than...
umm, look a few posts above that ;p
well, if you look at the sales, most new series from WSJ tops almost all other new series from other magazines. (except for outliers like Shingeki no Kyojin)
so technically, based on the hard-cold...
Magi and Gin no Saji have been my favorite Sunday series atm.
Hajimete was also one of my favorites, but it ended, so I'll miss it dearly.
I have mixed feelings about Denpa Kyoushi. I loved it...
nah not really. I thought the latest chapter set it up pretty nicely for the final finale.
and the last couple arcs were more or less taking care of loose ends.
I think it could turn into a pretty...
Next week is Hajimete no Aku's final chapter T-T
well, I'm in US so it's okay :P
so according to ANN, there's RuroKen -Cinema ban- and...
if that really is true, that gives me a solid reason to get Alpha since I can't seem to find the raw anywhere on the web :<
guess Gin no Saji is going to be replacing Detective Conan and become Shogakukan's best seller >_>
that's a scary thought... though it probably won't get a massive franchise like Conan.
I'm hoping this is fake....
HxH going back on long-term hiatus 0.o
is it just me or is that number pretty low for Bleach even for a mere 3-days of sale...
so I guess Nisekoi is quite popular?
I was feeling it's a bit weak on lot of parts but seems like its doing fine.
...wow bottom 50's just filled with OP and occasion Jump series....
It sort of is what they have been doing in recent years. Most of the new series from Sunday these days are come-back series of major/minor hit mangaka. It's actually harder to find a new manga from a...
wow. Denpa Kyoushi was really great. Looks like it'll turn out to be a superb series...
I guess that'd mean we can soon expect to get apologies from 90% of all shounen action mangakas for copying Dragon Ball and the likes
probably because Kano missed the deadline for tank changes/illustrations maybe? Since it looks like Kagami no Kuni's the one that's out of schedule, not Kurogane...
Looks great so far. The author might actually turn this into something better than Mirai Nikki, which doesn't happen quite often :D
that is interesting... Komi never did any real love triangles before, so wonder how it'll turn out. Though I'd personally like with him sticking to just one couple since I feel that's what he does...
holy snap.... chapter 120 0___o
the forecast at the end was just too :crying
I don't want it to happen :scry
well, it is the biggest Shounen series ever Kodansha had in years... and from a totally unknown mangaka too.
Looks like there was a slight drop from mid-20's to 30's, but 30's seem fairly stable
Basically a 650K range ~> 450K range.
Reborn may be able to retain its reader base with the current arc, but I doubt it'll be able to grow any at this point.
Correction for the notification in Jump SQ November Issue about accepting "Hanimero" illustrations. It says they will be posted on December Issue, but actually, they will be on the January Issue.
>_> we are counting ones that are going to have one in the future, so I think it's okay to count ones that already had one in the past...
I'm sure we'll see Kumagawa. For me, it seems like the whole point Gainex is picking this up is BECAUSE of Kugamawa.
They'll skip all the unnecessary stuff or do something to make time for him...
we never got any "official" announcement from Jump as far as I remember
Gundam AGE oneshot??? wtf 0___o
wherever he goes, it's for sure that Jump's not for him. I hope he realizes that...
DAMN YOU!!! >____<
I've been looking all over for those with no luck :(
but yeah, those were pretty tough days when volume sales couldn't really help. It was same deal for Ane Doki and bunch of...
well, even if it, it's not the first time Kubo done something like that...
I mean, the whole series just started off with Yu Yu Hyakusho at its base.
well, it must be safe for this round of cuts at least...
but you never know what will happen few months from now.
it's 2chan people posting the top50/100 rank they obtain from a "subscription" system in Oricon, so if you trust the usual Oricon rankings and people's ability to transcribe stuff, then yes.
Kekkaishi last volume *sniff*
I was expecting an all character lineup, but heck this one's still great.
Okay, the more I read ST&Rs, the more I can't resist the feeling that it's basically a Jump version of Uchuu Kyoudai, just like how Dois Sol was a Jump version of Giant Killing. (the premise and all...
they're on almost every second/third color page of any new series...which is sort of why they're getting them.
This part is interesting, cause I never thought about it.
So maybe that's why Kano managed to come back so often.
I'm sure most of the people here still remembers the infamous "Kuroko treatment" not so long ago.
For quite awhile not-that-long-ago, every time Kuroko hit dead-last or reached the low-Bottom 5,...