From the way some manga draw SJ it looks pretty thick. How many pages are there?
Aside from manga what else can you find in a typical release of SJ or is it just the manga and maybe their merchandise?
And the price is 250 yen?
And yes, it is 250 yen.
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Jump Issue #25 InformationQuote:
END: Rookie Policewoman Kiruko-san
Kiruko's final chapter had a message that's a little different than all the other ones that I've seen before.
Instead of the usual "Thank you for the support. Please look foward to xxx-sensei's next series. The final volume will be released on xxx xxx", Kiruko''s final message final message is:
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Victory Uchida (One Shot from V-Jump, 16 pg.)
Majin no Gard (One Shot from Saikyou Jump, 4 pg.)
Shinmai Fukei Kiruko-san (End)
Hunter x Hunter (Hiatus)
CP: Shokugeki no Souma, Mutou Black (25 pg.), Owari no Seraph - Bangaihen (One Shot, 32 pg.)
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that kiruko news is particularly interesting when you consider how it can't just be a pre-serial one shot, seeing as that was the kiruko-less Double Bullet, if i'm rememering correctly. a web chapter or soething, perhaps?
French scanlation for Iron Knight, One Shot from Jump VS
Iron Knith is a one shot acclaimed by the japanese and great chance to become a Shonen Jump manga in few month.
My main annoyance is that while magazines are considered a throaway item, they don't always reproduce the color pages in the tankobons and some of the covers.