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It was serialized immediately.
From Sasaki Hisashi.
More from the upcoming Naruto spinoff that will be in Jump.
No idea, but that's what they called it. I vaguely recall there being a question about ESJ and royalties and one of the editors started talking about it being per page, but the EIC, Andy Nakatani...
Yeah, I saw in your second post, I need to find the podcast where Viz was talking about ESJ royalties. That will take a while.
I'd have to go and find it, somehow, but Viz did say that the authors get royalties from ESJ several times. It might be on a per page basis, since something like that was implied.
You need to look into the US manga market (Viz and Kodansha USA specifically) more because this is not the case.
search royalties in here,...
For starters, no one will ever know the exact specifics for their contracts unless they actually work with Shueisha or which ever company. Asking to know that is practically asking to read their...
It's a punch in the face if there's series you actually wanted to read and it doesn't get picked up. A lot of people don't care, but there were some disgruntled ESJ readers when Judos wasn't picked...
If you read each issue of ESJ carefully, they never outright said readers had a choice of what they wanted added to the magazine, they merely said to say what you think about them in the survey. This...
Viz claimed they're looking it over still, but none of them are in the issue coming out on Monday. Hard to say what they will do.
Chances are that they're hesitant because they want to get the...
You're only talking about pacing in this?
There's pretty big disconnect between "having something to think about" and pacing.
Like I was saying in my post, nothing happens in Bleach, but...
How do you miss what was typed out in the second sentence?
You can read through any series without thinking, but you'll just miss out on a lot.
SS licensed the Accelerator manga
It's a difficult spot to be in. Viz isn't exactly a company to take bigger risks like Yen Press.
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Someone said that in their podcast, they were saying that ESJ is close to/at the max amount of series they can have with their current budget and that their budget for ESJ manga will grow if they get...
Myuu preview, nsfw
When taken out of context, it looks pretty bad, lol.
iShoujo+ Volume 1
You can vote more than once, but based on that, it's not like only 10 people are reading the series. You can tell that there's a following somewhere.
These are the results from the Soul Catcher(S) popularity poll.
Kamine Shouta (37,234 Votes)...
v6 week 4 294,244
v7 week 3 279,364
v8 week 5 305,213
v9 week 4 310,158, this reached 294,266 in week 3
v10 week 4 291,652
300k in 3 weeks after the anime, for sure.
This was Thou Shalt Not Die's color pages
For years, there has been a very large disconnect between fans of manga and official distributors of them. Viz gets asked about Fairy Tail a lot, for example.
I don't and most of us don't give two fucks if the TOC is perfect, but yet there are those of us who are compelled to give us statistics to prove a so many week delay in the survey to...
Loosely reflects popularity. Or else we're saying that the people who actually work for Shueisha are either lying, or don't know what they're talking about.
One Piece (Cover, Lead Color)
Ultra Battle Satellite (Center Color)
Shokugeki no Soma
Boku no Hero Academia (Center Color)...
I got the interview here, but where was this from? An issue of Jump?
I want to track this down to add validity to it.
Where do you see that?
Expect lots of censors.
History indeed repeats itself, when yet another manga ends up failing, like most Jump serials do.
Slam Dunk got the cover for its final chapter in #27 of 1996, and that still seems to be the one...
Looks like Sket Dance was last place for chapters 8 and 9 and was extremely close to last up until close to 20.
Can anyone name manga that ended up dead last in the magazine in under 15 chapters and ended up lasting over 2 years, beside manga which were obvious exceptions?
Shit, I was just about to order the volumes. Guess I'll wait until they're all out.
Kiss x Death
There are conventions coming up, so these will probably fill up the rest of their fall 2015 lineup and spill over into 2016.
New licenses from Yen Press
You can see several of them in there.
You must not be reading all of the other things people have said about the manga.
It was explained before why people thought it was a copy.
In this week's chapter of Naruto Black Clover, the Chunin wizard exams begin.
7th Garden color page, medium quality
You're talking about severe extremes here. Obviously not many would want gore like that.
Where did you even get this from?
That hashtag is trending in the US and worldwide.
I would have no hope for light novels and would have cried myself to sleep if SAO, of all things, did not sell well in the US. Thank god Yen is going all in for light novels.
I'm hoping for...
You have to realize that Yen Press is an imprint of Hachette, which is one of the biggest publishers in the US, thus they have the capital to even pursue such an endeavor, like Yen On.