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    Re: Weekly Shonen Jump [2012-2013] - Discussion and TOC Talk - Part 1

    He sleeps just for 3 hours?? I thought that was only Oda!

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    Re: Weekly Shonen Jump [2012-2013] - Discussion and TOC Talk - Part 1

    I think it is rather the standard for a weekly mangaka schedule.

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    Re: Weekly Shonen Jump [2012-2013] - Discussion and TOC Talk - Part 1

    Yeah I remember the shock and surprise when Hiroshi Shiibashi's schedule came out and people were all shocked at his 3 hour sleep schedule or whatnot. Working for a weekly publication seems pretty deadly, save for the occasional week off for the double issues (that I wouldn't swear they all actually take off, natch)

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    Re: Weekly Shonen Jump [2012-2013] - Discussion and TOC Talk - Part 1

    Quote Originally Posted by meeedoooz View Post
    what the ... ? can human beings do that ? for 13 years ? doesn't he have a wife and kids ?
    I think they knew pretty well how hard it would be when they decided to become mangakas.

    Imagine how hard you have to work to get serialized now imagine working on a 7 days deadline to release a chapter of usually 19 to 20 pages, they knew what was waiting for them right after their serialization.

    We think it's crazy but wouldn't you like to work like crazy for something you enjoy doing? Sure, some might lose the motivation or their will but like we've seen in Bakuman the fan letters, the support helps them get motivated when they feel like shit. The money helps too

    As for their family and the rest, we have no idea how they do. Hell, some might even bring their kids in their workplace and work with them around. Staying at your workplace most of the time doesn't mean your family can't come and stay with you for a bit. But i know what you mean it's hard but i suppose that some might retire earlier than they should. Besides mangaka isn't the only profession that makes it difficult to have some family time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 101nemesis View Post
    He sleeps just for 3 hours?? I thought that was only Oda!
    Oh come on! It's not because his manga is the most famous one in JUMP that he needs to be the one that sleep the less or works the hardest. Every mangaka work as hard as the others do, the only thing that makes one more famous than the other is how the audience perceive their work.

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    Re: Weekly Shonen Jump [2012-2013] - Discussion and TOC Talk - Part 1

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    Re: Weekly Shonen Jump [2012-2013] - Discussion and TOC Talk - Part 1

    Quote Originally Posted by korshunxD View Post
    Voice Actors for VOMIC Shokugeki no Soma:3
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    ● Nakiri Eina: Nakahara Mai (Loxar Juvia - Fairy Tail, Otonashi Hatsune - Angel Beats )
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    Re: Weekly Shonen Jump [2012-2013] - Discussion and TOC Talk - Part 1

    Quote Originally Posted by Nast.J View Post
    I think they knew pretty well how hard it would be when they decided to become mangakas.

    Imagine how hard you have to work to get serialized now imagine working on a 7 days deadline to release a chapter of usually 19 to 20 pages, they knew what was waiting for them right after their serialization.

    We think it's crazy but wouldn't you like to work like crazy for something you enjoy doing? Sure, some might lose the motivation or their will but like we've seen in Bakuman the fan letters, the support helps them get motivated when they feel like shit. The money helps too

    As for their family and the rest, we have no idea how they do. Hell, some might even bring their kids in their workplace and work with them around. Staying at your workplace most of the time doesn't mean your family can't come and stay with you for a bit. But i know what you mean it's hard but i suppose that some might retire earlier than they should. Besides mangaka isn't the only profession that makes it difficult to have some family time.

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    Oh come on! It's not because his manga is the most famous one in JUMP that he needs to be the one that sleep the less or works the hardest. Every mangaka work as hard as the others do, the only thing that makes one more famous than the other is how the audience perceive their work.
    Its also likely than like most familys, other members support them for their endeavors, especially with the success and joy it brings to their lives. They probably understand that they will work long hours every day.

    Someone like Kishimoto and Oda can probably retire officially once they finish their stories as well, which will give them plenty of time and they will retire much younger than the average person does.


    I see Kishimoto's schedule, from what i'm reading it here's how im translating this:

    Quote Quote:
    Here is Masashi Kishimoto's Schedule:

    Thursday through Saturday (Thursday Discussion with his Editor, Friday works on chapter layout, Saturday he draws)
    12am-3am: Working
    3am-9am: Sleeping
    9am-1pm: Watching video and research for the series
    1pm-3pm: Eating Lunch
    3pm-8pm: Working
    8pm-10pm: Dinner and Bath
    10pm-12am: Working

    Sunday: Day off

    Monday Through Wednesday (Basically i think they mean he's drawing the manuscript)
    Midnight-6am : Working
    6am - 9am : Sleep
    9am- 1pm : Working
    1pm - 3pm : :Lunch
    3pm - 8pm: Working
    8pm - 10pm : Dinner and Bath
    10pm - Midnight : Working
    To summarize, he works every day except sunday between 10pm until 3 or 6 in the morning then goes to sleep for 3 or 6 hours. He gets up and works another 4 hours after sleeping and through the rest of the day except for a couple hour breaks for his lunch, dinner, and bathing. Given his schedule and because he is a big name, its possible that his studio is also either part of an apartment which he lives at or his studio is in his home. I think many mangaka have a similar schedule. Its definitely a difficult schedule for anyone, but they have the drive and passion to adhere to it so you can consider this is how they want to do it. Oda was drawing pages while in the hospital so that should show how much they're dedicated to their fans and their story.
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    Re: Weekly Shonen Jump [2012-2013] - Discussion and TOC Talk - Part 1

    Quote Originally Posted by Maxy Barnard View Post
    Yeah I remember the shock and surprise when Hiroshi Shiibashi's schedule came out and people were all shocked at his 3 hour sleep schedule or whatnot. Working for a weekly publication seems pretty deadly, save for the occasional week off for the double issues (that I wouldn't swear they all actually take off, natch)
    Going a bit off-topic here, but this makes Mashima really impressive compared to most mangakas. It's no wonder some mangakas envy him. In fact, I think I've figured out his speed-drawing trick. His particular trick really saves a lot of time and is difficult to use, that's why there's very few mangakas who's as fast as him. Now that i think of it, isn't his style like Shiratori's (?) from Bakuman??

    As for Kishi's schedule, it's good that he knows when to take a break, otherwise he could keel over badly like Oda.

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    Re: Weekly Shonen Jump [2012-2013] - Discussion and TOC Talk - Part 1

    Do you think Obata also draws with this method?
    His pages also are given great detail and it looks to me although he doesn't have to draw complicated creatures that he gets a higher level of panels in but quality and quantity and also on a weekly basis and I don't remember Bakuman taking a week off.

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    Re: Weekly Shonen Jump [2012-2013] - Discussion and TOC Talk - Part 1

    Bakuman was done by 2 People. Also i think Bakuman did get a week of for gathering resources, but I could be wrong. The amount was at least near zero. The same goes for Kentaro Yabuki, who has an entire month to draw nipples.

    Kishimoto is special, like Oda. They can end their career with ~40 and spend the rest of their life with their family even if that means that they don't have any time for them now. (Never forget that you only has 1 chance to see your child grow up...) Also they have already reduced pages each chapter. They maybe 1% of the mangakas out there. Most mangakas have the same schedule or worser ones and don't have the chance to retire quite young.

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    Re: Weekly Shonen Jump [2012-2013] - Discussion and TOC Talk - Part 1

    Quote Originally Posted by Asgaroth View Post
    Bakuman was done by 2 People. Also i think Bakuman did get a week of for gathering resources, but I could be wrong. The amount was at least near zero. The same goes for Kentaro Yabuki, who has an entire month to draw nipples.

    Kishimoto is special, like Oda. They can end their career with ~40 and spend the rest of their life with their family even if that means that they don't have any time for them now. (Never forget that you only has 1 chance to see your child grow up...) Also they have already reduced pages each chapter. They maybe 1% of the mangakas out there. Most mangakas have the same schedule or worser ones and don't have the chance to retire quite young.
    Oda didn't, only Kishimoto.

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    Re: Weekly Shonen Jump [2012-2013] - Discussion and TOC Talk - Part 1

    Quote Originally Posted by Nast.J View Post

    Oh come on! It's not because his manga is the most famous one in JUMP that he needs to be the one that sleep the less or works the hardest. Every mangaka work as hard as the others do, the only thing that makes one more famous than the other is how the audience perceive their work.
    Jeez, would you calm down? I never stated that others don't work as hard as Oda. Oda's timing is well known and I wasn't expecting to hear Kishimoto doing the same. Does not mean I think one works harder than the other. It was just a surprise to me.



    On another note, I'm surprised the cover, TOC and preview pages aren't up yet.
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    Re: Weekly Shonen Jump [2012-2013] - Discussion and TOC Talk - Part 1

    The cover has been out already
    https://mobile.twitter.com/manganews...638720/photo/1

    I wonder if it spoils Assassination Classroom next volume covers :-)

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    Re: Weekly Shonen Jump [2012-2013] - Discussion and TOC Talk - Part 1

    We got our first step with Shonen Jump moving outside North America. UK, Ireland, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand. For now it's only available through the Newstand app on apple but android availability is coming.http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news...eaking-regions

    And like what was already said full color of One Piece, Naruto, and One-Punch Man on the 15th.

    Viz has also posted a special discount for Weekly Jump. It's now $20 for a year http://www.vizmanga.com/weekly-shonen-jump/signup

    And a picture of Editor Sasaki at the Expo


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    Re: Weekly Shonen Jump [2012-2013] - Discussion and TOC Talk - Part 1

    Quote Originally Posted by k-dom View Post
    The cover has been out already
    https://mobile.twitter.com/manganews...638720/photo/1

    I wonder if it spoils Assassination Classroom next volume covers :-)
    Haha. Yeah, I think it definitely spoils the next AC cover.

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