1. One Piece
7. Katekyo Hitman Reborn!
9. Dois Sol
10. Medaka Box
11. Kuroko no Basket
12. Oumagadoki Doubutsuen
13. Hokenshitsu no Shinigami
14. Nurarihyon no Mago
There won't be any CP in 2011-19 due to the on-going printing crisis in Japan. (At least that's what T@2ch believes).
Pretty decent week for me all things considered. Medaka Box managed to climb up the rankings a bit and Reborn is back in a solid position, with Enigma doing as good as ever. Things aren;t looking good for Mago, but then there hasn;t been much anything of interest going on in the series lately...
Zoo isn't participating in the Jump Next Bangaihen's... :/
Not that having a part in Jump Next means it's safe, but better than nothing...
Mago's been somewhat of a disaster in the ranks as of late, but some say it has more to do with the newer series and the reactions to the previous arc than anything. But this does prove one thing: nothing is really safe in the magazine if the fans turn against you, even with support and an anime.
And for some reason I like the top 5 as it is currently...though I can't say if there really is a new "third peg" in the "big three" and if it's either Toriko or Bakuman up there with OP/Naruto. (since...well, Bleach has shown weakness with a lot of the recent stuff...I'd say it shows just how shallow it's fans are but somehow I think that's why Kubo is rushing to bring certain characters back in the mix...to take advantage)
Light Wing: Ch.7
Zoo: Dip in Ch.4 and Ch.6, crash in Ch.7
Shounen Shikku: Dip in Ch.7, crash in Ch.8
Meta-Meta: Dip in Ch.8
LockOn: Hard to tell (Color in Ch.7 shows decent early support)
Yotsuya-senpai: Dip in Ch.5, crash in Ch.7
In the case of Dois Sol, we haven't really seen a "hard dip", relatively speaking, in the 3~8 rankings, so that could be an indication of "not so bad that editors are issuing warning snap rankings".
Last edited by Finestela; April 06, 2011 at 10:45 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
The preview picture for upcoming Jump Next:
I wonder who is Saeki Tohru, the author series which also getting a color.
Last edited by Negative Syndicate; April 06, 2011 at 11:17 AM.
Toshiaki Iwashiro is suppose to have a one shot in Jump Next. If he does, could someone identify which one it is.
Thanks. One more thing: are either of the two illustrations above attached to Godland Company?