Weekly Shonen Jump has over the years, serialized mangas which have won the hearts of people all around the world. The biggest names in the manga industry have been published in it by Shueisha. Well-known titles covering different generations like Dragon Ball, Haikyu!, Naruto and Death Note, had started from this magazine.
WSJ is again ready to surprise fans with new releases and fans are ecstatic with this news.
In this year’s 27th issue of Weekly Shonen Jump, it was revealed that four new mangas will be launched over the next four issues of the magazine.
The new lineup for release are:
- Ayakashi Triangle by Kentaro Yabuki. ( 28th issue on June 15)
- God Of Destruction Magu chan (Hakaishin Magu-chan) by Kei Kamiki. ( 29th issue on June 22)
- Shakunetsu no Nirai Kanai by Ryuhei Tamura. ( 30th issue on June 29)
- Me and the Robot (Boku to Robo) by Shuhei Miyazaki. (31st issue on July 6)
Kentaro Yabuki is the author and illustrator of Black Cat and co-creator of To Love Ru. His new manga Ayakashi Triangle is a romantic comedy and revolves around Matsuri, who tries to protect his friend Suzu from ayakashi (spirits or supernatural monsters). The first chapter will consist of 54 pages and include a colored opening page.
Ryuuhei Tamura is best known as the author and illustrator of the manga Beelzebub. He also has some shots under his name like Ura Beat, Tiger Dragon Brothers and others. Beelzebub was serialized in the Weekly Shonen Jump from 2009 to 2014.
Additional plot information about the new mangas are not yet available. As the pandemic keeps hindering people’s daily lives, we are desperately looking for an escape from boredom. So it looks like the mangas are coming in at a great time.
About Weekly Shonen Jump
Weekly Shonen Jump is a weekly Shonen manga anthology published in Japan by Shueisha under the Jump line of magazines. It is the best-selling manga magazine and one of the longest-running; the first issue was released with a cover date of August 1, 1968.
The manga series within the magazine targets young male readers. They tend to consist of many action scenes and a fair amount of comedy. The chapters of series that run in Weekly Shonen Jump are collected and published in tankōbon volumes under the “Jump Comics” imprint every two to three months.