But maybe we can break that chain, eventually.
EDIT: Just read the raw, they are using the (slightly adjusted) reading "genzon".
Bleach's position gives me facial cramps... Trollface won't wear off. I love these weeks.
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Shaman King's sequel, Shaman King -Flowers-, going to be serialized in Jump Kai on April of 2012. It is going to be about You's son, Hana.
Last edited by Negative Syndicate; November 09, 2011 at 01:35 PM.
Didn't 'You' mean something like Leaf?Guess that's why his son is called Hana,despite the fact that it sounds like a female name.
I'm somewhat confused, I thought they already did this? Though that was probably a oneshot of sorts, more Shaman King so I guess it's something to look forward to.
It is kind of weird to see that Yokoda Takuma, author who just released one shot few weeks ago, going to start his first serialization in Monthly Young Magzine (Kodansha).
I am preparing myself for the sad, inevitable end of St&rs. Whatever comes of volume 1 it can't be enough to salvage a series that has barely polled above the bottom five. It does not appear that a more recent series will cushion it either. Both Kagami nor Kurogane are doing well, maybe not top five series but still, neither are bottom five fodder either. Hunter x Hunter will likely save a series, assuming he is only serializing twenty chapters it will go on hiatus towards the end of the month. I am expecting Magico to end this winter too. It's been almost a year and it has yet to set the world on fire. It rarely polls in the first half of the magazine and sales are mediocre, by Jump standards. I expect the editors will have seen enough that they would rather give Kurogane and Kagami a chance instead.
It is confirmed that St&rs's first week tank sale is lower than 24,710.
It may be early but I really want Nisekoi to stay, the first chapter was fairly interesting/entertaining and I expect a good series from Komi.
The rest of the TOC is fine with me, just not happy about Mago still ranking so low. I really enjoy it and don't really get why it fell so low in the middle/end of the "Kyoto Arc".
Really hope it stays in WSJ.
I'm happy that Toriko grabbed a spot in the top 3 and Bakuman in the top 5. Kuroko got in the top 5 again as well. I really need to catch up with this series.
Medaka grabbing #7 is just fine with me. I'm really looking forward to the lead color next week and hopefully it manages to grab the cover as well. I want Kumagawa and Ajimu to be on it with Medaka. *wishful thinking*
Magico and Harusigawa are out of the bottom 5 which makes me happy. Both may or may not live a long time but I'll enjoy both for as long as they have got life.
Always nice to see Bleach low. So much for it "reclaiming" anything. The series has serious amounts of fatigue to it at this point.
As for the bottom 5, I'm perfectly fine with it. I don't care much about anything down there atm and Hunter x Hunter is never getting canceled.
That being said, I am a Shaman King fanboy and will like revisiting the series once again.
Jump Square • Monthly Shōnen Jump • Weekly Shōnen Jump • V Jump • Hobby's Jump • Business Jump • Super Jump • Ultra Jump • Weekly Young Jump • Jump X[Kai] [some may be discontinued now hehe]
Enough, obviously not all for manga.^^ It's their brand and draws readers from other Shueisha magazines, like BILD here in germany.
Last edited by Schabrak; November 09, 2011 at 04:32 PM.