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ToC stands for Table of Contents. It's found on the last page of every issue of WSJ, but more importantly, the order the series appear in on the ToC is closely related to the popularity of the series. This is determined by polling the readers; there is a polling postcard in every issue of WSJ.
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Cover Orange - Lead Color Magenta - Center Color Blue - Oneshot Color Yellow - New Green - Finished Red
Last edited by Asarii; September 22, 2012 at 03:56 PM.
This is a continuation thread, the old thread is Here
Jump #23 (16/04) :Quote:
Koisome Momiji (Cover & Lead Color Page, New Series, 54 pg.)
Kuroko no Basket (Color Page)
Magico (Color Page)
Pajama na Kanojo
Nurarihyon no Mago
Genson! Kodai Seibutsu-shi Pakky
Hunter x Hunter (Hiatus)
Lead CP: PSI Kusuo Saiki (New Series)
CP: Koisome Momiji, Medaka Box, Reborn!
Ohana missed Kurogane.
Woah, Gintama trouncing those three and to think One Piece is fourth.
I wonder if Bleach'll be having the same fate it had last year, gradually sinks to the bottom of the TOC. And it's nice to see Magico being given colored pages again, and hopefully will lead to its rise.
Sad to see Medaka Box so low but on the bright side it's getting a color next week. Seems JUMP is kind of pimping Magico lately but given their track record with new series over the last few years I guess they have to spare something. I'm curious how it'll fare once the new series for the year come in. Meanwhile Bleach continues to spiral down. Perhaps it may push JUMP towards having Kubo finish the final arc within a couple of years rather than the 5-8 I expect him to take.
On a different note I;m very excited of the possibility of Iwashiro returning to JUMP he was definetly one of the better semi newer authors and I'm curious what he was in store after Psyren. Hopefully he won't switch genre's though. He does a pretty solid job of making story driven battle manga. I wonder if the series gonna be from that one shot he did last year, Godland Company. Probably not, but it would be interesting.
Woah,Gintama and Toriko beating Naruto and One Piece is nice for a change.
Are you expecting 8 years for Kubo finish his series?
Dude, 8 years is like he is writing a new manga, it doesnt make any sense. 5 years in just one arc is already an absurd!
What a surprise! One Piece is 4th!
I'm really glad that Nisekoi are doing well.
gintama, over toriko, naruto, op, really happy. ..Was it for chapter 389?
Was the bleach ranking for the second chapter of the new arc?
So glad for nisekoi too!XD
You did it, gorilla. Good job. And chapter 390 isn't the best yet.
Gintama first is certainly deserved.
lol at One Piece. Never thought it would rank outside of the top 3 during this arc.
Nisekoi seems to be a keeper. It ranks constantly REALLY well.
I'm glad that Hq!! is doing well. Only read the first 4 chapters but I really like the chemistry between the two main leads.
Pajama na Kanojo does better than I thought it would.
Kurogane has a CP so it rank doesn't really matter
However, four new series managed to survive. I'm really curious to see what will happen if the new 3 series do well as well. What will the staff of WSJ do in that case? Will they start to cancel new series that were rarely in the bottom 5, will they cancel established series, will they move series to another magazine? I hope the new series do well just to see what will happen if they do.
a) Kubo said he will keep the Manga runing for 10 years.
b) this will be the longest arc yet
c) for him the Visored, hueco mundo and the fake town are "one arc" and that "saga" took 5(?) years to complete
So from all those statements on should except Bleach to keep going for 9 years and if anybody in Jump can stretch it this long than it is Kubo.
Last edited by Josl; April 27, 2012 at 08:58 AM.
Gintama and Toriko beating both One Piece and Naruto really is a surprise, Gintama being at the top caught me by surprise. Those rare occurences definitely are refreshing.
Happy to see Nisekoi still doing so well, if Hq continues to do so well too I'm going to check it out.
And looks like Pakky is the next one to go, never really cared for that one so I don't mind. Pajama still seems to be in danger, I could see it dropping to the bottom 5 and end up being cancelled but besides Pakky there doesn't seem to be a series that's most likely to end soon.