Robot×Laserbeam (Cover, Lead CP, New Series)
Black Clover (CP)
Shokugeki no Souma
Kimetsu no Yaiba
Saiki Kusuo no Sainan (CP)
Boku no Hero Academia
Boku-tachi wa Benkyou ga Dekinai
Yakusoku no Neverland
Yuragi-sou no Yuuna-san (CP)
Spring Weapon Number One
Harapeko no Marie
Poro no Ryuugaku-ki
Samon-kun wa Summoner
Isobe Isobee Monogatari
Shounen Jump Issue 17:
Cover, Lead CP: Boku no Hero Academia
CP: Shokugeki no Souma, Yakusoku no Neverland, Robot×Laserbeam
>03 Kimetsu c.47
I'm so glad for this.
On average, 8-12 issues from when the first new series of the previous round started, so around issue 18 to 22. They might hold back longer this time though since 6 new series is unprecedented in modern Jump, they might want to really feel out which of the 6 to cancel.
Poro and U19 should be put on the chopping board next month and will be cancelled by the end of may.
Dr. Stone started later so it might not be cancelled till june.
Still can't tell with Marie and the newer series and We Never Learn might survive past initial cuts purely on sex appeal.
Glad to see THICK men doing THICCC things continuing to do well.
Average ranking over last 8 issues
01.37 One Piece
02.85 Hero Academia
03.19 Black Clover
11.00 Ole Golazo
12.25 Demon's Plan
Average excluding ended series
01.40 One Piece
02.79 Hero Academia
03.12 Black Clover
Saiki does over 100k, and it is absolutely immune until its already confirmed second season premieres. Jump has never cancelled one of their manga while it still had an anime in the pipeline, not to mention the live-action film. Both of those adaptations are to promote the manga, so the manga's safe until those come out.
Next big seller incoming. Hopefully this should whip back Furudate into shape and actually start lessening the overall QUALITY in the series.
The other 5 should just get cancelled asap to give way to other new upcoming oneshot/series.
>How does Saiki perform in volume sales?
Poorly i'd bet.
It's written in a way that works better for a weekly format than volumes.
But as the other guy said it probably isn't going to be cancelled any time soon.
Jump has a pretty sizable clump of trash in it's newer series to go through before cutting into the long running stuff.
>05 Hero Academia c.124
>That chapter when Mirio wrecked Class A and explain his quirk
Nips confirmed for hating Miro. Nips have great taste.
Mirio a shit.
I guarantee Samon's been cancelled or at least told to wrap things up. The latest raws are reeking of final arc flags. It only needs 11 more chapters to fill up its 9th and 10th volumes. I give it 11 weeks, it's been given the Sesuji treatment.
I like BC color pages, though.
Which new series do you think will survive?
My vote is Dr. Stone, storyline is fun and the characters are a little quirky, it will stay quite a bit.
I'm not sure about U19 but Poro might get axed if it keeps being so boring after chapter 1.
What exactly wrong with haikyuu lately? I mean it's kinda dragging but overall it's been a lot more enjoyable ever since shiratorizawa match ended. Won't haikyuu end after nationals are finished anyways?
>Samon ending before Spring Weapon
I get that Samon doesn't sell well but it does at least 3x what Spring Weapon does, and Spring Weapon doesn't rank that much better
Does Jump really expect Spring Weapon to reach even Samon level sells?
To add to your point, Hinomaru isn't being rushed at all, in fact in the raws, it just used 3.5 chapters solely focusing on a match of the 3rd or 4th most important character of the main team, but even at the slow pace it's going, it's going to end in 25 chapters or less.
Samon will be gone in time for next round, and Hinomaru should end in the round after that.
They've spent 2 years promoting Samon on and off, and it's never grown. Spring weapon is an unknown commodity, they've barely done any pushing for it, Jump's waiting to see if they can cultivate it or if it's another 30k dud like samon and Sesuji.
I don't understand how ranking in Jump works.
If all running series are good but some still have to get fewer votes and end up in the bottom, would Jump still axe them?
Do they consider the sales before axing?
Hinomaru is such a toss up because jump doesn't have much else long enough for an anime. They may force the author to extend it in order to air an anime. It's hard to say where it's heading
>Axed for sure: U19, Poro
>Likely axed: We Never Learn
>Likely survives: Dr. Stone, Marie
>Survives for sure: Robot
Even if every new series flops, I doubt Jump will cancel them all in a single round. Because Marie and Dr. Stone are a few weeks behind the others and are from veterans Jump would likely cancel the first 3 new series first, plus there's always the possibility of Samon and Spring Weapon getting cancelled, and Gintama ending. They're guaranteed to make it past the 3 volume mark, of nothing else.
Since it won't survive past twelve chapters anyway, the author should just make it blatant shota fanservice, add in as much sexual harassment as the editors will allow and end on an implied threesome between Poro, Thirst-chan and Hairclip-kun. It's already crashing and burning, so might as well fill it up with dynamite and watch the fireworks.
I guess it could be extended but it would feel unnatural, Hinomaru's up against his greatest rival soon, the one that's been hyped up for literally over 100 chapters. The only way it could continue after Hinomaru beats him is to have a time-skip where he's graduated high school and competing professionally. And I don't know if Kawada plans to do that, he'd have to abandon 90% of the cast.
I think only newer series will get axed if they don't become sufficiently popular. Stuff that's been able to remain popular for years but falls in rankings gets a little more leeway to boost itself.
You don't take the manga factor in consideration, with golf you can create cheap hype very easily, the clothing can get very faggy and given it's author, it will steal all the fujo money from haiq in weeks
So how does it look like it's going to end?
Is it shaping up into a decent ending or is the author just gonna troll us with something he pulled out of his ass at the last minute?
They will for sure at least check the first chapters of this.
Honestly I agree. It'd be hard for zumo to continue after this without an asspull. Just hard to predict what jumps planning for it. When's it's next anniversary? That'll be the time to announce an anime if there are plans for it
>final battle or whatever's going on now
>Art reverted back to how it looked in Chapter 1
>Samon's demon army and human buddies about to duke it out with the last boss
>WHOOPS WE GOT CANCELED TOO BAD FOR YOU
I kinda assumed Gintama is ending soon because of the anime
It's adapting the Rakuyou arc now, so once it's done with that I assume it'll start adapting the final arc. But if Gintama doesn't end soon, what are they going to adapt? Unless that just end it at 2 cours in the middle of the final arc, they're gonna outpace the manga at this rate.
It's decent, but the problem is that the way the manga's set up, this final arc won't really give any closure to the human supporting characters since the author never integrated them into the main plot. But it's at least going to be tying up Samon's character arc. The arc itself isn't rushed but it feels like we could have gotten dozens of comedy chapters before this.
Beelzebub, one of the 3 commanders of hell, has a grudge against Anri that he wants to settle. So he commands the pillars to help him, which sets up Nebiros against Samon, only serious this time. Samon summons Mastema, the previous arc viillain, to help him. And that was last week. Samon's whole motivation for being a summoner is to become strong enough for Anri to acknowledge him as her friend. Once he presumably saves her and beats Beelzebub,
his whole character is resolved and the series can then do an epilogue about how Tesshi was dragged to hell.
Probably 5 or 6 so in the next two cancellation rounds. Sorachi is trying to tie up every loose end for the final arc and involving all the major characters. The Shinsengumi still haven't shown up I don't think
>U19,Poro and Samon get cancelled
>World trigger returns in Samons place alongside a batch of one shots
>Spring weapon wraps up alongside gintama and zumo if there's no anime
>HxH returns in gintamas place
>Saiki ends after S2 wraps up
Should be how it goes
>perfectly normal gag chapter
>suddenly someone stabs Samon through the back
>"sorry Samon, but I was actually a demon this entire time"
So, this would be a case of "I was only pretending to be retarted" trope, but replace "retarded" with nice, instead?
Well let's see,
Gintama (ending this year)
Samon (on its last legs)
No.01 (horrible sales, below average ranks)
Poro (too early to tell)
Marie (too early to tell)
I think Saiki and Isobee have free reign.
Honestly I feel like saiki is heading towards an end too. There's some stuff that are being resolved here and there and we have an end goal of Saiki stopping the apocalypse once he gets strong enough after enough repeats
Course it won't happen until both the movie and anime have ended but it's something
Isobee has a small time anime series as well as a musical. Saiki got 2 regular anime seasons and a live action. They aren't going anywhere.
If Poro and Marie fail, No. 1 is gonna stay Samon's replacement until a better one comes up.
>Poro that low
The editors really don't have any faith in it, do they.
Also there isn't a word in the English language to describe just how ass his dialogue is
It's a huge shame because I think nigger clover has a lot of potential if he wasn't such a fucking shit writer.
I'd rather see him draw more hunnies
>has a lot of potential if he wasn't such a fucking shit writer.
What's sad is that BC's writing is even worse than his previous series'.
Tabata's biggest problem is that he just mindlessly writes without doing any research (in HJ's case) or worldbuilding (in BC) unless it's immediately plot relevant.
Like, he couldn't even tell us where the books came from in the first chapter. The books, which are super important and not something you're born with. He didn't even say it's a mystery where they come from.
And he has a map of the BC world, but instead of filling in what towns and cities are there and what they do, he's just like "k we gotta beat another general how do we set this up" and leaves it at that.
It's so dumb. And he has no sense of dynamics, so even things that should look hype on their own don't.
>Like, he couldn't even tell us where the books came from in the first chapter. The books, which are super important and not something you're born with. He didn't even say it's a mystery where they come from.
They come from the fucking library in the wizard tower in Ch.1??? Am I missing something?
But who puts them there and why do they float to you? That seems like the most obvious tidbit to throw in there.
Or if they're just there and no one knows where they come from since it's tradition, just say that.
But saying nothing at all is retarded since it's not like it's just something you're born with. It's something you have to get. And it's the backbone of the whole series.
burgers are so fucking lazy that there's no chance we'll ever get an English equivalent to Jump or even a monthly anthology.
There will never be a large Amerifat doujin scene.
there will never be a renaissance of Japanese scanlation groups scanlating foreign manga to even things out and maybe even form TL alliances to improve TL quality on both sides, thus allowing even more manga we like to be scanlated.
Black Clover makes so much more sense knowing this, that it's written purely cynically by an author looking to get popular by throwing together every popular trope haphazardly with no respect for the genre or desire to create something unique.
>But who puts them there
The library has magic books, why is that hard to believe?
>why do they float to you?
That's what happens when they're 15 during the awarding ceremony
There is nothing really to expand on this...Only thing mysterious is Asta's grimoire but that's obviously a big plot mystery.
>The library has magic books, why is that hard to believe?
But WHERE DO THEY COME FROM?
Books don't appear out of this air. Either someone had to put them in the library, or there are sorcery shenanigans creating them within the library.
Neither of which were said to be the case. It's the most obvious question to answer, but they didn't even bother.
>tfw Double Arts will never be truly finished.
>burgers are so fucking lazy that there's no chance we'll ever get an English equivalent to Jump
why not do it yourself?
download the chapters
OP, Stone, Soma, Hero, Hq, Neverland, Boruto from MS
BC, WNL, Marie from Jaimini
KnY and Yuuna from /a/
Gintama from HwMN, Sumo from FA, Saiki from PSI
Put the cover as first page
Put author comments from MS as last page
and there you have it your English Jump
if you're so desperate for paper version go print it
Marvel and DC have killed basically every attempt at original comics in murrika in order to keep their niche corner of the market secure. All that's left are shitty indies with even smaller niche markets that attack anyone attempting to make content in order to protect their even weaker marketplace than the superhero fags.
It's not about anyone being lazy, it's about corrupt market practices.
The comics code authority basically strangled American comic culture to death and now it's far too late for anyone to give a shit. You still get anthology magazines in other countries, but burgerland is a lost cause. But this isn't really a discussion suitable for /a/.
I just read a book about this last week, dude claims in court that Batman, Robin and Alfred were in a 3-way homosexual relationship and the court believed him at face value. Fucking amazing.
Reason 1: He controls the anti-magic subconsciously, so it doesn't prevent him from Finral's portals, healing magic, etc.
Reason 2: It's magic, I ain't gotta explain shit
Reason 3: Don't expect logical consistency from Tabata. Just don't.
Why did the Black Bulls go the extra mile to find a cure for Asta's incurable arms? he's a nobody
shouldn't they put all that tim and effort in finding a cure for Vermilion? he's a nobleman and a captain
and more importantly he knows the identity of the kingdom's traitor
Because Tabata. That's why. But in all seriousness despite the pacing already being insanely fast, I wouldn't hate it if this new arc began with Fuego waking up from his coma.
How can that witch cunt's magic work on Asta if he has anti magic flowing through his body while in part demon form?
>Why did the Black Bulls go the extra mile to find a cure for Asta's incurable arms? he's a nobody
You didn't read the chapter they went to look for cure, did you?
>shouldn't they put all that tim and effort in finding a cure for Vermilion? he's a nobleman and a captain and more importantly he knows the identity of the kingdom's traitor
First, he's in a coma, nothing they can do. Second, wtf do the black bulls have to do with him?
You're probably baiting desu but I can't help to reply because there is still a chance you're just autistic. This is /a/ afterall
>First, he's in a coma, nothing they can do.
they can regrow bone but can't wake someone from coma?
>Second, wtf do the black bulls have to do with him?
they're from the same country, why wouldn't they want their alley in good health? why wouldn't they want the identity of the traitor revealed?
>they can regrow bone but can't wake someone from coma?
Yes...you don't heal out of a coma.
>they're from the same country, why wouldn't they want their alley in good health? why wouldn't they want the identity of the traitor revealed?
They care for their own team before others. They're "family". Obviously they care for the other guilds as well but not as much and they can watch out for themselves anyways. Not to mention this is all happening off record. They're not supposed to be looking for a cure to Asta as it goes against the "law".
There used to be a shit ton of comics anthologies, with most of them being about a single genre (Westerns, horror, love stories, slice of life, mystery, ect.), but they died off in the 1960's. So did pulp magazines, which were a short story equivalent.
my bet is genki retard
he will turn out to be his childhood friend or the mc is the new transfer kid and he's the classmate that have been taking care of him
either ways I'm expecting tons of bromance moments
Poro is dead
damn, I at least wanted to know how this chapter goes
A reminder that Rising Impact is a Shonen Jump manga
WNL is more likely to survive than Dr. Stone.
Stone is only slightly better than U19 and Poro.
It's significantly better technically, but U19 and Poro are just extremely bad, Dr. Stone isn't on Neverland's level. It's not good enough to survive while being so unsuitable for jump's audience.
>Dr. Stone isn't on Neverland's level. It's not good enough to survive while being so unsuitable for jump's audience
and surely we don't have examples of meh manga surviving while being unconventional for Jump
There are more examples of unconventional meh series being axed instantly though.
I said it was less likely to survive than "Sex Appeal Studies: This is What Kids These Days Like Right?" not impossible.
Owls are playing in Nationals, that brings all the hoes to the yard.
Because it's following in the tradition of stuff like Jaguar (which ran for ten years in the magazine, always at the back)...they are not full-length manga so it's not a big deal
>what is the all Japan championship
Come on man at least pay attention to the story your reading. They've been hyping that shit for 50 chapters. It's the whole purpose of this arc.
Because he's cuter.
Also, the latest chapter had a new male character. They also want the fujovote.
They also disliked BC.
Last time I tried to meme something into happening, a manga died.
I hate throwing around the word "fujo" just because a series has two or more male characters in them, but if I had to guess which one of the new series will be the surefire fujo hit then I think I'd choose this one
It is Yuri on Ice: golf version. It is easy money. Why put any effort in thinking about story for your manga, when you can just draw generic fujosport manga with cute boys and malefanservice and be a rich nip.
In 3 months Boku only had one cover and two CPs. It is the second most popular manga of the magazine and the third best-selling (without HxH). You don't know what "pushed" means.
It's funny how people here are still looking at the ranking as something exact. Yes, the most popular series are at the top and the least popular are below. But if the current chapter of a popular series is calmer and the current chapter of a less popular series has an important event, they will obviously put it up to draw the reader's attention. In the same way that if a series is with a volume for sale, they will put it in the top 5 to advertise. Stop being so naive. Jump did not become Japan's biggest magazine for nothing. This is capitalism, not an Olympic marathon.
2nd week sales are out
261,181 *,569,659 Haikyuu 25
131,656 *,282,323 Shokugeki no Souma 23
104,534 *,241,796 World Trigger 18
*55,156 *,121,879 Black Clover 10
*39,014 2,432,567 One Piece 84
*24,346 *,*65,822 Kimetsu no Yaiba 5
*22,777 *,*46,604 Kuroko no Basket: Replace Plus 6
*19,361 *,*38,948 Fire Punch 4
*16,602 *,*37,664 Shokugeki no Souma: L'étoile 4
*14,937 *,*29,328 Karada Sagashi 12
It's nice to see not!Aomine and Kurokov2 back.
>104,534 *,241,796 World Trigger 18
Glad to see it's selling well, although it didn't passed the 300k mark
>*24,346 *,*65,822 Kimetsu no Yaiba 5
Just a little bit more then it's immortalized.
>if a chapter of a series I like ranks/sells high it's because it's obviously a superior manga that everyone should be reading
>if a chapter of a series I don't like ranks/sells high it's because Japan has shit taste and Jump is just shilling it
I'm not that anon but if I did something like this and put together a weeks worth of Jump chapters with nice presentation and released it as a PDF every week would anyone be interested?
>*,*65,822 Kimetsu no Yaiba 5
Who will be the next one to join? My guess is Poro and U19
Kimetsu is good shit. Glad to see it's going up, I've enjoyed the recent arc. The art style is pretty unique compared to most of the stuff released nowadays in JUMP. Also, the character's expressions are great.
I don't really get what people like about Stone. I'm already ready to drop it after ch.3. Marie is the one I've enjoyed the most so far, although I haven't read Robot yet. Poro could survive as long as the chapters are as good as that last one with the demon girl. I dropped U19 after the first chapter.
Yup, random guy out of fucking nowhere gets revived instead of the MC's waifu which was the build up of the previous chapter. I wouldn't be the least bit surprised if the next chapter they introduce some bullshit reason as to why he can't revive her yet. The story will continue to push fujoshit with a male only cast until it either gets axed by JUMP or author introduces a lewd female.
Doesn't help that the premise isn't all that interesting under the strict Shonen guidelines at JUMP. There's not a whole lot they can do with this, considering the world has no real civilization and the only mystery is the mass petrification. It's still too early to tell but if this is just going to be 3 dudes surviving in some post apocalyptic jungle it's going to get real fucking boring quick. Last chapter was already meh as you can get.
Not liking the greatest manga of our times.
>as long as the chapters are as good as that last one with the demon girl
VIZ stopped translating it
>or the anon who does the threads just doesn't post it anymore
Poro is as dead as U19
might not end until 2018, sorachi is currently giving the spotlight to the less important side characters for the past 30 chapters and with no end in sight. the shinsengumi, takasugi, kamui, and katsura haven't even played a role yet in the final arc, that's 50 chapters at least.
We Never Learn
>Actual quality 8/10
>Actual quality 1/10
>Actual quality 1/10
>Actual quality 9/10
>Actual quality 7/10
>Actual quality 8/10
There are only three series between 1 and 7 currently running in WSJ: BC (4/10), Samon (4/10) and Spring Weapon (5/10). Although I do use the "school scale" where a 7 is the minimum to be considered acceptable, so it may skew things a bit.
>Anime tier sales:
>Bad for a Jump series:
Zumo, Samon, Isobe
Normally Jump would axe those series. Everything else is selling well:
Black Clover, Saiki, Yuragi, Neverland, Kimetsu
Heroaca, Souma, WT, Boruto, Gintama
Most of Tier 1 needs an anime adaption, so they can get into tier 2 (200k+). Saiki didn't really grow though
And then there's Haikyuu, HxH and One Piece
>Although I do use the "school scale" where a 7 is the minimum to be considered acceptable
God damn it, this is such a shitty scale. You understand that schools use that because they're a fucking objective percentage rather than a rating, right?
>It's hard to believe at a glance but the proof is right there
>See, look closely
>"The final chapter of one piece is seriously amazing!"
>He summoned a jump magazine from the future so he could continue reading without having to wait
Considering this is a major Japan wide tournament wouldn't be difficult at all to create another set of worthwhile antagonists. Shounens do it all the time and ir's highly likely he already has it planned.
Keep praying. If Ashihara can hang in there then so can you.
So will Robot x Laserbeam have some real world golf references/cameos?
I imagine they would have to mention Arnold Palmet and Tiger at some point
At least the author actually put his soul inside the story by explaining EVERYTHING, such as characteristics, technology, strategy, etc. It isn't perfect but I think I am touched by his passion.
We used to have a monthly shonen jump anthology here in america, I remember buying some from target of all places when I was about 10 (don't remember how much it cost me though), heck I still have a few issues lying around to this day.
But it was discontinued back in 2012 and I doubt it will ever come back in print although if it did come back I might be tempted to try and pick a issue up
Ace dies in issue 11 of 2010, and 8 weeks later it was ranked in issue 18 at 2nd place
Thanks. But... aw jeez there's just nothing that can reasonably compare to the shit that's about to happen to BnHa. They're gonna kill off the protagonist and replace him with the girl. That's what's gonna happen. That's what these threads are gonna talk about every time BnHa does bad in the rankings next year. And none of you are going to believe me;_;
01 Beelzebub c.48
02 One Piece c.574
03 Kuroko c.57
04 Bleach c.392
05 Psyren c.106
06 Toriko c.83
07 Nurarihyon no Mago c.94
08 Inumaru c.71
09 Sket Dance c.125
10 Hokenshitsu no Shinigami c.22
11 Kochikame c.1647
12 Gintama c.296
13 Hunter c.296
14 Bakuman c.73
15 Medaka c.38
16 Rilienthal c.21
let's talk Hinomaru Zumou
first match from the finale is over
4 matches remains
lets say it will take the Captain's, the glasses', and karate yankee's matches 3 chapters to ends
and Hinomaru vs Sosuke final match will take 5 chapters
and 1 chapters for the epilogue
I'm calling it now this will ends in 15 chapters
I find solace in rereading recent volume extras
This is assuming we won't get All Japan arc this manga he been hyping for 50+ chapters. Could end after this atc but Jump actually plans to have qn anine it could end up in a Medals box situation
Neverland gook scans
Thanks for the heads up! That was good.
I was suffering from the lack of emotionally-broken little boys lately and I'm glad this finally got scanlateted. Hopefully jag will keep on working on it though.
>16 Rilienthal c.21
>Ashihara chilling at the bottom of the pack even back then
Kemono Jihen is the BnHA of Jump SQ (the thinking man shonen)
Black Torch is the Black Clover of Jump SQ (the very generic and tropes-heavy shonen)
I'm gonna make this a meme now
and there's nothing anyone can do to stop me
Usually they are incredibly overpowered in one particular area, like Eyeshield 21 (speed), Slam Dunk (height) or Haikyuu (jumping height). Then you have jewels like Prince of Tennis and Robot x Laserbeam, which just give us some pseudo pro player from the start. The closest sports shonen manga to give us a weak protagonist would be "Baby Steps", but that's only if you argue that autism is not a special ability.
At least in Prince of Tennis had the excuse that Echizen's parents were tennis players, his dad was a genius at it and has been teaching Echizen since he was old enough to hold a racquet.
RxL's protag is just good for no apparent reason.
If you get a foreign woman, your charms overcame cultural barriers and you have enough power (wealth, charisma, etc.) to get her to leave everything she knew for you. Sadly not true for the other way around. Foreign dads are usually idiots with played up "fish out of water" scenarios or weak, mild men who fell for the pretty foreign girl. Not exactly prime marriage material there.
>At least in Prince of Tennis had the excuse that Echizen's parents were tennis players, his dad was a genius at it and has been teaching Echizen since he was old enough to hold a racquet.
Why the fuck are we even talking about justification for talent in a world where tennis players can break walls with their shots and play so well that their opponents spontaneously turn blind and deaf? It's just a given that they're good since they're all fucking superhuman magician kids.
I don't really see a problem with U19 either. If anything the only series I can see getting axed is Poro. It's just an extremely OP demon weeb. Meanwhile U19 is about a man who knows his government is shit and the only thing that was keeping him sane and happy was his childhood friend. Overall U19 is more enjoyable and has more potential.
Zumou's sorta of an exception. Though since he's both handicapped not paricularly talented and loses but as a deep burning hatred for "god" a substantial amounts of determination. He's basically guts in a sports manga. Though a bit less competant than guts.