Weekly Shonen Jump (magazine)

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Weekly Shonen Jump
Weekly Shonen Jump.jpg
Weekly Shonen Jump's first issue, published January 21, 2013, featuring Naruto Uzumaki
Editor-in-Chief Andy Nakatani[1]
Editor John Bae[2]
Editor Alexis Kirsch[2]
Editor Marlene First[2]
Categories manga, shōnen
Frequency Weekly
First issue January 30, 2012; 5 years ago (January 30, 2012) (as Weekly Shonen Jump Alpha)
Company Viz Media
Country United States
Canada
Based in San Francisco, California, United States
Language English
Website shonenjump.com

Weekly Shonen Jump is a digital shōnen manga anthology published in North America by Viz Media, and the successor to their monthly print anthology Shonen Jump. It began serialization on January 30, 2012 as Weekly Shonen Jump Alpha (officially stylized as Weekly SHONEN JUMP αlpha or Weekly SHONEN JUMP Alpha), with two free preview issues released in the buildup to its launch. Based on Shueisha's popular Japanese magazine Weekly Shōnen Jump, Weekly Shonen Jump is an attempt to provide English readers with easily accessible, affordable, and officially licensed editions of the latest installments of popular Shōnen Jump manga soon after their release in Japan, as an alternative to popular bootleg scanlation services.

The anthology launched with a lineup of six titles, with new issues published online two weeks after the equivalent Japanese release. The magazine currently features twelve ongoing titles, including installments of monthly series from Weekly Shōnen Jump's sister publications, Weekly Young Jump, Jump SQ, V Jump, and Young Jump Web Comics. At New York Comic-Con 2012 it was announced that the magazine would transition to simultaneous publication with Japan beginning with the January 21, 2013 issue, with more new series to be added to the lineup.[3] The magazine was renamed Weekly Shonen Jump starting on January 21, 2013.[4]

History[edit]

In October 2011, Viz confirmed that Weekly Shonen Jump Alpha, a weekly digital version of the magazine, would be released on January 30, 2012. Viz also confirmed that it would release its final Shonen Jump print publication in March of that year after Weekly Shonen Jump Alpha is released.[5][6]

On January 11, 2012, two free preview issues were published, made available until February 29, 2012. The first, Issue Origins, included the first chapter of each of the six manga to be serialized, while Issue 0 included chapters recently released in Japan, to help readers catch-up.

In Summer 2012, Bakuman became the first title of the original Alpha lineup to finish serialization, and the magazine began featuring installments of ongoing monthly titles from Jump SQ and V Jump, as well as a number of new series fresh from their debut in Weekly Shōnen Jump, including Barrage, Cross Manage, and Takama-Ga-Hara. In October 2012, Viz released the first "Starter Pack," a free, 300+ page preview containing recent chapters of all the titles currently serialized in the magazine.

On January 21, 2013, the magazine was renamed Weekly Shonen Jump and began simultaneous publication with Japanese editions of Weekly Shōnen Jump. The layout and graphic design of the magazine was changed, and a new website was launched at shonenjump.com. The transition also brought with it the announcement of several new series, including a full-color reprinting of Dragon Ball, the experimental superhero webmanga One-Punch Man, and the debut of a new Weekly Shōnen Jump sci-fi series, World Trigger

On July 4, 2013, the magazine went international, becoming available for purchase in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.

In January, 2014, Weekly Shonen Jump returned to print via the Jump Pack, a quarterly print sampler that includes a three-month subscription to the digital magazine and a promotional Yu-Gi-Oh! card.

In August, 2014, a new "Jump Start" feature was announced, whereby all new series debuting in the Japanese edition of Weekly Shōnen Jump will have at their first three chapters published in the English Weekly Shonen Jump. A variety of factors including continued Japanese serialization and English audience reception will then help to determine if the series is picked up for full serialization in the English magazine.

On June 29, 2016, the magazine expands its availability, becoming available for purchase in India, the Philippines and Singapore.

Features[edit]

Weekly Shonen Jump Alpha's first issue, published January 30, 2012

Issues of Weekly Shonen Jump range from 100 to 393 pages, depending on the titles and special features appearing in any given week, and are available to read online or on web-enabled devices via vizmanga.com or through an official app. Readers can sign up for an annual subscription, or purchase access to individual issues.

The format of the magazine generally mirrors that of the equivalent issue of Weekly Shōnen Jump, typically featuring the same cover illustrations, as well as color interior pages and the ordering of series on the table of contents by popularity, as determined by weekly reader polls in Japan.

Issues frequently contain additional features, such as exclusive creator interviews and manga specials (including one-shots, crossovers, and full-color chapters). Likewise, the official website offers articles, wallpapers, chapter previews, creator sketch videos, and a variety of other special features. Annual subscribers who register their mailing address will also periodically receive free promotional Yu-Gi-Oh! cards through the mail, as well as a free SJ Alpha Yearbook print magazine each December, which includes exclusive one-shot manga specials, posters, interviews, and other features.[7]

Full series[edit]

Ongoing series[edit]

Series that are still currently running in Weekly Shonen Jump.

Title Creator(s) First issue Last issue
Black Clover
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
Yūki Tabata February 16, 2015
(Chapter #1)
Ongoing
Blue Exorcist
(Jump SQ)
Kazue Kato July 30, 2012
(Chapter #33)
Ongoing
Boruto: Naruto Next Generation
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
Kishimoto, MasashiMasashi Kishimoto, Mikio Ikemoto, Ukyo Kodachi May 9, 2016
(Chapter #1)
Ongoing
Dr. STONE
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
Riichiro Inagaki, Boichi March 6, 2017
(Chapter #1)
Ongoing
Food Wars!: Shokugeki no Soma
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
Yuto Tsukuda, Shun Saeki, Yuki Morisaki November 3, 2014
(Chapter #93)
Ongoing
Hunter × Hunter
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
Togashi, YoshihiroYoshihiro Togashi June 2, 2014
(Chapter #341)
Ongoing
My Hero Academia
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
Horikoshi, KōheiKōhei Horikoshi February 9, 2015
(Chapter #29)
Ongoing
One Piece
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
Oda, EiichiroEiichiro Oda January 30, 2012
(Chapter #652)
Ongoing
One-Punch Man
(Weekly Young Jump Digital)
ONE, Murata, YusukeYusuke Murata January 21, 2013
(Chapter #1)
Ongoing
Seraph of the End: Vampire Reign
(Jump SQ)
Kagami, TakayaTakaya Kagami, Yamamoto, YamatoYamato Yamamoto, Daisuke Furuya October 7, 2013
(Chapter #1)
Ongoing
ROBOT×LASERBEAM
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
Tadatoshi Fujimaki March 20, 2017
(Chapter #1)
Ongoing
The Promised Neverland
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
Kaiu Shirai, Posuka Demizu August 1, 2016
(Chapter #1)
Ongoing
We Never Learn
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
Taishi Tsutsui February 6, 2017
(Chapter #1)
Ongoing
World Trigger
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
Daisuke Ashihara February 11, 2013
(Chapter #1)
Ongoing
Yu-Gi-Oh! Arc-V
(V Jump)
Shin Yoshida, Naohito Miyoshi August 24, 2015
(Chapter #1)
Ongoing

Completed series[edit]

Series that have completed their serialization in Weekly Shonen Jump.

Title Creator(s) First issue Last issue
All You Need Is Kill
(Weekly Young Jump)
Sakurazaka, HiroshiHiroshi Sakurazaka, Obata, TakeshiTakeshi Obata, Ryōsuke Takeuchi, ABe, YoshitoshiYoshitoshi ABe January 11, 2014
(Chapter #1)
June 2, 2014
(Chapter #17)
Bakuman
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
Ohba, TsugumiTsugumi Ohba, Obata, TakeshiTakeshi Obata January 30, 2012
(Chapter #162)
May 7, 2012
(Chapter #176)
Barrage
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
Horikoshi, KōheiKōhei Horikoshi June 4, 2012
(Chapter #1)
September 24, 2012
(Chapter #16)
Bleach
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
Kubo, TiteTite Kubo January 30, 2012
(Chapter #476)
August 22, 2016
(Chapter #686)
Cross Manage
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
KAITO October 1, 2012
(Chapter #1)
July 22, 2013
(Chapter #42)
Dragon Ball Full Color
(Jump Comics)
Toriyama, AkiraAkira Toriyama February 4, 2013
(Chapter #195 / #1)
February 17, 2014
(Chapter #245 / #51)
Hi-Fi Cluster
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
Ippei Goto September 15, 2014
(Chapter #1)
January 26, 2015
(Chapter #18)
Jaco the Galactic Patrolman
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
Toriyama, AkiraAkira Toriyama July 15, 2013
(Chapter #1)
September 30, 2013
(Chapter #11)
Love Rush!
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
Ryōhei Yamamoto August 22, 2016
(Chapter #1)
November 14, 2016
(Chapter #13)
Naruto
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
Kishimoto, MasashiMasashi Kishimoto January 30, 2012
(Chapter #569)
November 10, 2014
(Chapter #700)
Naruto: The Seventh Hokage and the Scarlet Spring
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
Kishimoto, MasashiMasashi Kishimoto April 27, 2015
(Chapter #700+1)
July 6, 2015
(Chapter #700+10)
Nisekoi: False Love
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
Komi, NaoshiNaoshi Komi November 26, 2012
(Chapter #49)
August 8, 2016
(Chapter #229)
Nura: Rise of the Yokai Clan
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
Shiibashi, HiroshiHiroshi Shiibashi January 30, 2012
(Chapter #185)
January 14, 2013
(Chapter #210)
Red Sprite
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
Tomohiro Yagi August 29, 2016
(Chapter #1)
November 28, 2016
(Chapter #14)
Rurouni Kenshin: Restoration
(Jump SQ)
Watsuki, NobuhiroNobuhiro Watsuki May 21, 2012
(Chapter #1)
June 10, 2013
(Chapter #10)
RWBY
(Ultra Jump)
Monty Oum, Rooster Teeth, Shirow Miwa October 31, 2016
(Chapter #1)
February 27, 2017
(Chapter #15)
School Judgement: Gakkyu Hotei
(Weekly Shōnen Jump, Jump+)
Nobuaki Enoki, Takeshi Obata December 1, 2014
(Chapter #1)
June 8, 2015
(Finale Chapter)
Stealth Symphony
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
Narita, RyohgoRyohgo Narita, Amano, YoichiYoichi Amano February 24, 2014
(Chapter #1)
July 14, 2014
(Chapter #20)
Takama-ga-hara
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
Jyūuzōu Kawai July 23, 2012
(Chapter #1)
November 19, 2012
(Chapter #17)
Toriko
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
Shimabukuro, MitsutoshiMitsutoshi Shimabukuro January 30, 2012
(Chapter #171)
November 21, 2016
(Chapter #396)
Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal
(V Jump)
Shin Yoshida, Naohito Miyoshi July 9, 2012
(Chapter #19)
June 22, 2015
(Chapter #55)

Jump Start series[edit]

Beginning in September 2014, the "Jump Start initiative" was started with the goal of previewing the first three issues of all new manga debuting in the Japanese edition of the manga, with the potential for full serialization in the English edition of Weekly Shonen Jump if various criteria are met.

Title Creator(s) First issue Last issue
Amalgam of Distortion
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
Ryo Ishiyama October 10, 2016
(Chapter #1)
October 24, 2016
(Chapter #3)
Best Blue
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
Masahiro Hirakata July 13, 2015
(Chapter #1)
July 27, 2015
(Chapter #3)
Boys Over Flowers Season 2
(Jump+)
Yoko Kamio February 16, 2015
(Chapter #1)
March 30, 2015
(Chapter #4)
Buddy Strike
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
KAITO November 16, 2015
(Chapter #1)
November 30, 2015
(Chapter #3)
Bye-Bye, Humanity
(Jump+)
Tsunezo Watanabe, Asami Hagiwara February 29, 2016
(Chapter #1)
February 29, 2016
(Chapter #1)
Cross Account
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
Tsunehiro Date June 19, 2017
(Chapter #1)
July 3, 2017
(Chapter #3)
Cyborg Roggy
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
Yu Miki February 23, 2015
(Chapter #1)
March 9, 2015
(Chapter #3)
Demon Prince Poro's Diaries
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
Hitsuji Gondaira February 20, 2017
(Chapter #1)
March 6, 2017
(Chapter #3)
Demon's Plan
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
Yoshimichi Okamoto November 21, 2016
(Chapter #1)
December 5, 2016
(Chapter #3)
Devilyman
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
Kentaro Fukuda May 25, 2015
(Chapter #1)
June 8, 2015
(Chapter #3)
ēlDLIVE
(Jump Live, Jump+)
Akira Amano September 29, 2014
(Chapter #1)
October 20, 2014
(Chapter #3)
E-ROBOT
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
Ryōhei Yamamoto November 24, 2014
(Chapter #1)
December 8, 2014
(Chapter #3)
Hungry Marie
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
Ryuhei Tamura February 27, 2017
(Chapter #1)
March 13, 2017
(Chapter #3)
Judos
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
Shinsuke Kondo September 8, 2014
(Chapter #1)
September 22, 2014
(Chapter #3)
Kagamigami
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
Toshiaki Iwashiro February 9, 2015
(Chapter #1)
February 23, 2015
(Chapter #3)
Kimetsu no Yaiba
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
Koyoharu Gotouge February 15, 2016
(Chapter #1)
February 29, 2016
(Chapter #3)
Mononofu
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
Haruto Ikezawa, Takanori Hashimoto September 14, 2015
(Chapter #1)
September 28, 2015
(Chapter #3)
Ole Golazo
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
Takamasa Moue November 28, 2016
(Chapter #1)
December 12, 2016
(Chapter #3)
Samon the Summoner
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
Shun Numa September 21, 2015
(Chapter #1)
October 5, 2015
(Chapter #3)
SHUDAN!
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
Takuma Yokota June 12, 2017
(Chapter #1)
June 26, 2017
(Chapter #3)
Sporting Salt
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
Yuto Kubota September 22, 2014
(Chapter #1)
October 6, 2014
(Chapter #3)
Spring Weapon No. 01
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
Tomohiro Hasegawa October 17, 2016
(Chapter #1)
October 31, 2016
(Chapter #3)
Straighten Up! Welcome to Shika High's Competitive Dance Club
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
Takuma Yokota May 11, 2015
(Chapter #1)
May 25, 2015
(Chapter #3)
Takuan and Batsu's Daily Demon Diary
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
Kentaro Itani May 16, 2016
(Chapter #1)
May 30, 2016
(Chapter #3)
Takujo no AGEHA: The Table Tennis of AGEHA
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
Itsuki Furuya November 17, 2014
(Chapter #1)
December 1, 2014
(Chapter #3)
U19
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
Yuji Kimura February 13, 2017
(Chapter #1)
February 27, 2017
(Chapter #3)
Ultra Battle Satellite
(Weekly Shōnen Jump)
Yusuke Utsumi March 2, 2015
(Chapter #1)
March 16, 2015
(Chapter #3)

Specials[edit]

  • One Piece x Toriko: Taste of the Devil Fruit by Eiichiro Oda and Mitsutoshi Shimabukuro - A one-shot crossover between One Piece and Toriko, available for free to annual subscribers who signed up before April 30, 2012.
  • Naruto, "Movie 6: Road to Naruto the Movie" by Masashi Kishimoto - A special one-shot tie-in for the ninth Naruto film, Road to Ninja: Naruto the Movie, included in the August 6, 2012 issue of Weekly Shonen Jump Alpha.
  • Nura: Rise of the Yokai Clan, "Aoi Spiral Castle: The Final Battle (Act 1)" by Hiroshi Shiibashi - A full-color 64-page chapter published in a free, special issue of Weekly Shonen Jump Alpha on August 27, 2012 to commemorate the Obon holiday.
  • Nura: Rise of the Yokai Clan, "Aoi Spiral Castle: The Final Battle (Act 2)" by Hiroshi Shiibashi - A full-color 63-page chapter published in the October 29, 2012 issue of Weekly Shonen Jump Alpha.
  • Otter No.11 by Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata - A spin-off one-shot from the series Bakuman, published in the free SJ Alpha Yearbook 2013, mailed out to annual subscribers in December 2012.
  • Sachie-chan Good!! by Akira Toriyama and Masakazu Katsura - A one-shot manga written by Akira Toriyama and illustrated by Masakazu Katsura, originally published in Jump SQ in 2008. It was published in the free SJ Alpha Yearbook 2013, mailed out to annual subscribers in December 2012.
  • Hunter × Hunter: Kurapika's Memories by Yoshihiro Togashi - A 63-page one-shot split into two parts detailing Kurapika's origins which acts as a prequel to the Hunter × Hunter: Phantom Rouge film. Part one was included in the December 17, 2012 issue and part two was included in the December 24, 2012 issue.
  • Nura: Rise of the Yokai Clan, "Aoi Spiral Castle: The Final Battle (Act 3)" by Hiroshi Shiibashi - A full-color 63-page chapter published in the January 14, 2013 issue of Weekly Shonen Jump Alpha.
  • Kintoki by Akira Toriyama - A one-shot manga originally published in Weekly Shōnen Jump in 2010 as part of the "Top of the Super Legend" project, a series of six one-shot manga by famed Jump artists. It was published in the January 28, 2013 issue of Weekly Shonen Jump.
  • Naruto: A Digital Retrospective by Masashi Kishimoto - A free digital artbook containing a cover gallery with the artwork for the first 60 volumes of Naruto, a small collection of color spreads, and chapter 624. It was available from May 30 to April 1, 2013. A revised version with more artwork and the original Naruto one-shot pilot was published as a special bonus issue of Weekly Shonen Jump on August 19, 2013 to commemorate the Obon holiday.
  • Sakuran (Tentative) by Toshiaki Iwashiro - A one-shot manga published day and date with the Japanese Weekly Shōnen Jump on April 1, 2013.
  • Mario by Masashi Kishimoto - A one-shot manga originally published in Jump SQ 2013 No. 6 on May 2, 2013, and published in Weekly Shonen Jump on May 13, 2013. A four-page prelude to the one-shot was published on April 27, 2013 in the Japanese Weekly Shōnen Jump, and on April 29, 2013 in the North American Weekly Shonen Jump.
  • Naruto, "Number 638: Ten Tails' Jinchuriki, Obito" by Masashi Kishimoto and One Piece, "Chapter 714: Lucy and Moocy" by Eichiro Oda - Special full-color versions of these two chapters were published exclusively in Japanese in the premium digital edition of Weekly Shōnen Jump No. 33 on July 13, 2013 and in English in the July 15, 2013 issue of Weekly Shonen Jump, to commemorate the 45th anniversary of Weekly Shōnen Jump.[8]
  • Bench by Masashi Kishimoto - A one-shot manga about baseball originally published in Japanese in Weekly Shōnen Jump in 2010 as part of the "Top of the Super Legend" project and in English in the July 29, 2013 issue of Weekly Shonen Jump.
  • Naruto by Masashi Kishimoto - The original Naruto one-shot pilot, published in a free, special issue of Weekly Shonen Jump on August 19, 2013 to commemorate the Obon holiday.
  • One Piece, "Strong World" by Eiichiro Oda - A special one-shot tie-in for the 10th One Piece film, Strong World, included in the September 2, 2013 issue of Weekly Shonen Jump.
  • Cross Manage, "Special Bonus Chapter" by KAITO - A special one-shot bonus chapter showing what happened between Sakurai and Misora during their summer training camp, published in the October 21, 2013 issue of Weekly Shonen Jump.
  • One Piece: A Digital Retrospective by Eiichiro Oda - A free digital artbook containing an interview, a cover gallery with the artwork for the first 69 volumes of One Piece, a small collection of color spreads, and the special one-shot chapter "Strong World." It was available from November 21 to November 27, 2013.
  • El Viento Del Norte by Niu Zai (牛 仔 Niú Zǎi) - A one-shot Taiwanese manga about a katana-wielding cowgirl that was entered in the Shonen Jump Manga Competition and was voted most popular by American audiences. It was published in the January 27, 2014 issue of Weekly Shonen Jump.
  • The Team Before Daybreak by Yu YanShu - A Chinese one-shot about a vampire participating in World War II; it was the most popular entry for the Shonen Jump Manga Competition in both Japan and China, and was printed in the January 27, 2014 issue of each country's respective Shonen Jump.
  • Dragon Ball Minus: Departure of the Fated Child by Akira Toriyama - A prequel story to both Dragon Ball and Jaco the Galactic Patrolman, originally included in the collected volume of Jaco. Published in the May 7, 2014 issue of Weekly Shonen Jump.
  • Nisekoi x My Love Story!! by Naoshi Komi and Kazune Kawahara - A crossover two-shot between Nisekoi and Ore Monogatari!!, the first part published in the June 16, 2014 issue of Weekly Shonen Jump and the second part on June 30 issue. Also included in the June 16 issue was the first chapter of Ore Monogatari!!.
  • Rurouni Kenshin: Master of Flame by Nobuhiro Watsuki - A two-part Rurouni Kenshin side-story about Himura Kenshin's rival, Shishio Makoto. The two parts were published in the July 14, 2014 and September 15, 2014 issues of Weekly Shonen Jump.
  • Shikigami: Twilight Days by Toshiaki Iwashiro - A one-shot manga by the author of Psyren published in the July 28, 2014 issue of Weekly Shonen Jump.
  • Astronerd by Kazue Kato - A one-shot manga by the author of Blue Exorcist published in the August 11, 2014 issue of Weekly Shonen Jump.
  • Tegami Bachi, Chapter 1: "Letter and Letter Bee" by Hiroyuki Asada - Published in a free, special "Tegami Bachi Spotlight" issue on August 18, 2014 to commemorate the Obon Holiday.
  • RKD-EK9 by Nisioisin and Takeshi Obata - A one-shot manga published in the December 29, 2014 bonus issue of Weekly Shonen Jump.
  • What Can You Kill? by Nisioisin and Akihisa Ikeda - A one-shot manga published in January 12, 2015 bonus issue of Weekly Shonen Jump.
  • The Right Way to Make Jump! by Takeshi Sakurai - A special manga feature published in the May 4, 2015 bonus issue of Weekly Shonen Jump presenting the series' three-part The Right Way to Make Jump in English! story arc, spanning chapters 27-29, which were originally published in Japanese on Shueisha's Shonen Jump+ platform from April 20 through May 4, 2015.
  • Naruto: The Path Lit by the Full Moon by Masashi Kishimoto - A one-shot about Mitsuki and Orochimaru, acting as a precursor to the upcoming Boruto: Next Generation series. Published in the April 25, 2016 issue of Weekly Shonen Jump.

References[edit]

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