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    There is the third option of people on the internet being idiots who have no idea what they are talking about.
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    After all, poop jokes are Shimabu's true calling, so he will feel right at home in Saikyou.
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    A nice chance to get a signature by either Yasuhiro Nightow or Fujimoto Tatsuki. And probably not as overpriced on the secondary market as something touched by Konomi Takeshi or Obata Takeshi.
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    Ashihara's case of spondylotic radiculopathy[/URL] is serious enough for him to have considered finishing the series with...
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    All One Piece volumes do.


    Exactly as mentioned above, only in print numbers. No official sales records this high.


    No such thing happened.
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    Gintama has been a middle-bottom ranking series for a good part if not most of its run with rare rises to the top. And very different chapters rank high, so it's hard to draw conclusions based on...
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    Shonen and seinen are demographic groups, not genre, quality or content marker, or whatever else meaning you imagine it has.
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    Some of those series were received much warmer than in Japan. Did that help them in any way? None whatsoever. Western shonen audience differs from the Japanese, and most strongly in its size. It is...
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    Is that a question you should even be asking after Takamagahara, Sensei no Barrage, Cross Manage, Stealth Symphony, Hi-fi Cluster, Gakkyu Hotei, and now Love Rush and Red Sprite.
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    Poor Watsuki. Rurouni Kenshin is both a blessing and a curse of his career.
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    And it was translated almost three months ago.
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    That's one cute cover.

    Horikoshi on the right, Oda in the middle and Furudate on the left.
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    It is hard to imagine Shonen Jack without Akimoto drawing Kochikame.
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    You are very likely to be wrong. In March, Sorachi claimed he is going to start the final arc this year, but he is yet to do so. The colourspread is celebrating the climax of the current arc. That's...
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    http://i64.tinypic.com/hv89qu.jpg

    Unless you can put your life on the line for your tyranny, I don't think you can oppress my smile.


    Bad puns for good manga, bad puns for bad manga, bad puns...
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    It is a very solid new manga list overall with only one black sheep of a notable terrible exception.
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    Sesuji wo Pin! has been announced the winner of the Next Manga Award hosted by NicoNico and DaVinci magazine.

    http://i.imgur.com/gbXEEp7.png

    I do not really know what to say. God, YOKO, you...
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    Japan Media Arts Festival has announced the winners of the festival awards.

    Higashimura Akiko's Kakukaku Shikajika took the Grand Prize. Earlier this year this manga took the Manga Taisho award as...
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    Shueisha published manga which made it into the 2015 Natalie Comic Award list for best manga published last year. The list is the result of a vote by 103 active manga editors.

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    Golden Kamui

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    Ahhahahaha this website is hilarious.

    But it made me notice we are already five weeks late to celebrate Togashi day. Something must be done about it!
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    In May, Japanese bookstores started selling Hunter x Hunter manga volume sets labelled as complete series.
    In July, Dragon Quest XI was announced for Nintendo 3DS.

    That's about it. Can you smile...
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    SQ.Crown is shaping to become such a great publication.

    Kekkai Sensen? Awesome.
    D. Gray-man? Great.
    I'm the Main Character of a Harem Manga, but I'm Gay so Every Day is Hell for Me? Eh, why...
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    No. Not at all.

    To name a few examples: before its infamous hiatus, Nana was selling better than both Fullmetal Alchemist and Hunter x Hunter, at its peak Kimi ni Todoke was selling better than...
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    You'd be bland and emotionless too if SNK filed a lawsuit against you.

    Poor Oshikiri Rensuke.
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    No living artist has been replaced during the original manga serialization.

    Sequels, spin-offs and mixed media projects aren't the original, so they do not change the point.

    There. Done.
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    Manga industry is much more individualized than the american comic book market. From the very beginning, the emphasis was always on the individual creator. There are artists working together with...
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    No surprise there.

    http://i50.tinypic.com/2s9ppmo.jpg

    Chapter 339 was quite nice as far as open endings go.
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    Weekly Shonen Jack #24 cover:

    http://i.imgur.com/AbsvzOk.jpg

    OH MY GOD

    YOKO

    YOKOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
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    Bland Clover has no business being up there.
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    Really? That's kind of depressing.

    Can you name any other winners of this award?
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