Can you add Dragon Ball Super in the currently ongoing manga (Because it's still going) Pls.
What's on your mind?
I really felt like this series had some great potential. I thought that the persona-esque battle style was really interesting, but I guess it wasn't popular enough to go on.
I want to read JoJo, but when I get up to a certain point, it's only available in Ultra Jump and other Seinen mags. I already have a digital subscription through VIZ Media for all of the Shonen deographic comics (Jump SQ, WSJ, MSJ, etc), but is there a subscription for Ultra Jump and others?
jump force is a great game with great plot and-
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For the first time, the annual Jump Festa in Japan is going to be held virtually! The schedule for the two day event has already been revealed: https://www.jumpfesta.com/amusement/. There will be an app available for both iOS and Android.
Created a roster for Shōnen Jump. The characters that are not from Jump are Guest characters
Taison Maeda (Rokudenashi Blues)
Fala comigo uai!
Will Jump Force have the same gameplay as the Xenoverse games? It looks pretty similar
Starting July 2018, the Dragon Ball Tour 2018 will be traveling to seven lucky cities in North America (with more to be announced at a later date). The link to the official website is in the blog post on the Otaku USA magazine website.
It's probably old news by now, but apparently there will be a live action Naruto movie. (On a side note, this is the first time I've heard about this.) Anyways.... The Otaku USA magazine website recently posted a blog about an update from director Michael Gracey (The Greatest Showman). Will this be a success or a failure? Only time will tell.
For a while now, the Jump Series Template on the bottom of the main page (and affliated wikis) has been out-of-date. Would anyone know how to edit the template to fix it? I've tried looking for it myself, but no luck.
The Otaku USA magazine website posted an article about the 2018 Weekly Shonen Jump Exhibition in Japan. What makes this article interesting is the fact that a poster for part 2 was recently unveiled for the aforementioned event!
For your reading pleasure, here is the link: http://www.otakuusamagazine.com/shonen-jump-reveals-poster-90s-retrospective-exhibition/
Another article about the exhibition, which includes the unveiling of a poster for part 3: http://www.otakuusamagazine.com/shonen-jump-massive-manga-library/
The First issue of 2017 has been released with an announcement of One Piece's 20th anniversary celebration.