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    Sticky: Re: The "Shueisha" Thread

    Why do people forget the sales of the magazine? The magazine sells 2.8 Million copies every week. This is more than most of the series in the Magazine sell in a year. The ranking indicates what...
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    No probably not. It will be in Jump Next. Jump next is a bimonthly magazine. This means 1 chapter every two months. The “spin off” will most likely just be a few epilogue chapters or self-contain...
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    Probably the strong world special chapter.
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    Can you explain this to me? I don't know if you like or dislike D. Gray-Man but regardless it was a Manga that managed to survive in WSJ and become quite popular. Creating a similar atmosphere to a...
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    Because they have always done it this way and it made them the most successful manga magazine with the biggest number of mega hits?

    And because Editors don’t have any idea what is going to...
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    The Table of Content shows on which page which series is and looks like this:
    http://i.imgur.com/5gyql.jpg.
    The order of the series in which they are is depending on the number of votes the series...
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    That's actually a key point. In the voting process the voter must choose his 3(!) favorite chapters. So it technically must be in the top 3 of the voter. So the question is how many people who vote...
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    I would go here. They even post the top 50
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    In every issue of Shonen Jump there is a questionary card which asks "which three chapters did you like the best". Some people fill out those cards and send them back. Someone from Shonen Jump...
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    This question is a bit tricky. Dragon Ball has sold something around 150+ Million while One Piece has sold 260+ Million in JAPAN
    However, a producer from the Dragon Ball live action film said that...
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    Sticky: Re: Weekly Shonen Jump TOC

    Pakki is a short 8 page long gag series which being or not being there has pretty much no effect for the other series.



    What hao-sama said.

    The counting works this way:
    8th chapter(1), 7th...
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    It’s mainly to “announce” to the readers that the magazine is taking a break. If the readers see that it’s a double issue they know that next week there is no Jump. It is an easy way to inform...
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    Sure why not? The voting system hasn't changed since the beginning of WSJ.

    http://img854.imageshack.us/img854/4197/145464jumprank80.gif
    http://img37.imageshack.us/img37/2333/763257jumprank90.gif...
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    Ok I expressed myself too shortly. I correlated my post to this quote of his:

    What I meant is that the Magazine is the most important thing and is an advertisement platform for all the other...
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    Because it works. WSJ is the most popular Magazine BECAUSE they established this system very early on. When they started publishing they didn’t have big name authors but only amateurs and they let...
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    Look at it from the bright side. IF it does nothing to boost the ratings than Bleach will be dead in a matter of two years.
    But if we are real this chapter together with the last one will place it...
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    Sticky: Re: Weekly Shonen Jump TOC

    Strangely enough there exists one:

    Kaze no Daichi:
    The series is the story Keisuke Okita, who takes up golf at the age of 24 and through talent, hard work, and good coaching quickly turns pro. ...
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