Well, SJ is one hack of a tough survival battle, now Mieru hito lost and is booted off the island ;; It's this time of year again for the botting.
Let me understand it, every new season, they choose 2 serieses that are so unpopular so they stop them and get 2 new serieses?[br]Posted on: September 10, 2006, 08:50:10 AM_________________________________________________And I've to ask, how do we differ between a discontinued due to popularity and ended series? is there a way to differ? is it something with the place on the last chapters?
Yeah it probably depends on it's position in the TOC when it ended. Like Shaman King that was doing horribly in the end and got discontinued after 32 volumes.
If something stays in a good position tho; you can be sure they'll milk it dry until it ends properly and way over due.
So its a lose-lose situation; where only a few end in a good way. That's also a part of Jump.
Me wants to know too.
By the way, a mistake that The touch did, In SJ #42 it's Zan - 8, not Zan - 7, and i'm sure of it :P
And something I was wondering, wasn't slam dunk in Shounen jump too? if so, why isn't it on the list of the series that ended? it should be in the 5 years+ish, which means there are not only 3 titles there. And if so, was it canceled out of popularity, or Inoue chose to end it? If someone knows, I would be glad to know ^^"
Well, anyway, I've a question about ToC and what's absent, is it announced a long while before the SJ comes out? Like, is the ToC of SJ 44 out when the SJ 42 is out or something? I just read something that is more interesting me, can someone get the ToC for 44 if it's out?
I noticed that in ritual scan forge, they did not mention HxH as absent in the 44 ToC (although it's only new and absent list) was there any offical notice about it? Oo
In general, the question is, does HxH coming back starting 44 or not? someone knows?