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    This current Golden Cup batch of one-shots have been very mediocre, but I kinda liked Mahou Shounen X from this week's WSJ.
    Tadaichi Nakama's been doing one shots for a while now.
    Moving to...
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    Damn, WSJ's new serialization was dark af.
    "Promised Neverland" is sort of like Owari no Seraph and Attack on Titan.
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    Surgery on monsters. It's sort of like that Kurokuroku manga that got canned last year, but without the battles. Quite a bit gory though, he does things like rip his own lungs out to transplant to a...
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    I liked Toteku, the monster surgeon one-shot. Enjoyable read.
    I wish it was a serialization.

    Hopefully one day.
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    One of the most famous one would be Mineo Maya, the mangaka for Patalliro!
    While Patarillo! isn't very well known outside of Japan, the manga and the anime was very popular during the 80s and...
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    I could be wrong as I never bothered to count them, but my general impression is there are far more female authors in shounen manga magazines than there are male authors in shoujo magazines.
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    *slow clap*
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    ^Her ability is used again in the newest chapter, and it's actually the key to resolving the current crisis

    Kagamigami feels like it belongs in Sunday instead, but I find it still a lot more fun...
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    Hey, at least he was with an escort there, not you know, oogling at an underaged teenager's nudity. :ninja:
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    He has the EXACT same cameo in the second chapter, just oogling at the girl's boobs.
    Not exactly a respectable reference
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    It was more fun than I expected, but the dynamic of "kind hearted demon and evil spirited child" could get pretty redundant if not careful.
    Hopefully more is in stock.
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    To be fair, death is actually the only case I can think of.
    There might be some example of this, but I can't think of any where an artist was replaced in middle of serialization for any other...
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    You can always do what Hiroshi Motomiya did.

    Despite being one of the biggest names and long time veteran mangaka, Motomiya says how he's a terrible artist and can't draw backgrounds worth squat. ...
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    Sure, that can be arranged. :ninja:


    Sure, and we never know if certain someone really didn't know he ran with a deflated ball, but who are we kiddin right.
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    There's also Cyborg 009.
    Many years after Shoutarou Ishinomori's death, there is a "conclusion arc" being serialized right now on the web.
    The final arc is drawn by Ishinomori's former assistant,...
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    The first chapter alone had more character and fun than the entirety of Black Clover's run so far, IMO.
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    http://i.imgur.com/w5fEBDt.jpg
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    No, but she does seem to doom whomever finds themselves romantically involved with her. :ninja:

    Gintama is getting really intense, I suppose grand finale is getting close.
    I love how it hacks...
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    Dondo Hare was a lot better one shot than the recent runs.
    Pretty standard yokai work, but the MC was likable and the ghost was cute.
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    Not fake, just jumping the gun.

    It was going to be shown at the Bandai Booth > Bandai booth shares with Sunrise > it must be Sunrise then!
    That was the natural thought process for the guessers.
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    This week's Jump

    sooooo Japanese kid who's a master of kung-fu, has a father who decides fiance for him, which he is reluctant to accept?
    What is this, Ranma 1/4? Dude even has that same...
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    @Black Clover
    Hungry Joker had decent art but otherwise pretty lame and not memorable.

    But you know, we just saw Horikoshi hit it big with My Hero Academia, a huge improvement over his past two...
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    You have to keep in mind, many of the older titles - especially Tetsuwan Atom/Astro Boy - cannot be tallied up accurately.
    That's why it just says "over 100 million".

    Both Astro Boy and Doraemon...
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    Runin was terrible. Nationalistic wank garbage.
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    ^Kinda sad Kagyu probably has just a few more chapters to go. Meanwhile 81 Diver *needs* to end.
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    No, as it's actually *not* a common theme for something this annoying in synergy to be published. I can name a handful, but not much - at least in the recent years, they got away with a lot more...
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    I have, already told you, that in a case where association is not only undeniable but given in context, you CANNOT isolate it and only consider itself.

    Which you have not actually contemplated,...
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    There are elements like that in many different manga. However, the big difference is, obviously, that's not the entire premise and theme of Otokojuku. Here it is, so it's kinda hard to just you...
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    Not ONCE did I say you're ignorant of the industry. I said don't assume I am.
    That's completely different, in fact, it's the opposite.

    I am, however, going to say your English comprehension,...
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    NO. I am not.
    Jesus, do you understand English?

    I'm saying, if the swastika was presented in a way for obvious connection, like say, the boy is wearing GERMAN MILITARY OUTFITS and in a fantasy...
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