It seems that Kubo Tite is going to be this months judge, I want to enter this month so bad!!! ><
We are proud to present you our first One Shot manga story, which is called WiFi Wars. This is the sotry that we have sent to Weekly Shonen Jump New Artist Award last year and to the Morning International Comic Competition, held by Kodansha. You can read it for free in our on-line manga reader:
Also you can visit our new updated site, where you can find more information about the characters and story of our One Shot WiFi Wars. Check it out in the section of Projects, where our One Shot is finally unlocked! Visit:
Finally if you are interested in 8bit music, you can also listen to the main theme of WiFi Wars here:
We hope you will enjoy WiFi Wars as much as we have! Of course we will wait for your feedback! ^^
Hey guys, I don't know if you are aware about Sasaki hisashi twitter(ex editor in chief of jump) but he once talked about this contest and it's rules.
First of all it absolutely has to be in japanese and he also said that even though it's possible for a foreigner too win if it's in Japanese, he considers it impossible to assign the winner an editor if he isn't living in japan...
It's quite a shame that jump doesn't seem to be much open minded about this,since with Internet and all nowadays it's quite possible to communicate with anyone all over the world, making manga wouldn't be much different...
Btw, I would like to share my works: www.dreamcatcherz.webege.com you can read my manga on my site.
i wanna submit my work in treasure too....but if i have to write japanese in my work.....is it necessary to use softwares to input japanese language or can i write it by myself.....and should it be vertically right to left or vertically left to right??
I recommend finding a translator (or a native Japanese teacher?) and working with them.
It's vertically right to left, by the way. And you can write it in by hand, it doesn't matter.