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In the anime version of Bakuman, Shonen Jump is known as Shonen Jack, softening its references to the real-life Shonen Jump.
 
In the anime version of Bakuman, Shonen Jump is known as Shonen Jack, softening its references to the real-life Shonen Jump.
 
Editors from the Bakuman story have different methods for helping mangakas:
 
 
1) Hattori helps mangakas understand weakness in their work and encourages them to create something they like.
 
 
2) Yoshida manipulates his mangaka with usualy false promises.
 
 
3) Yujiro rarely gives advice, often just retrieving mangakas' work.
 
 
4) Muira bumbles, often focusing on comedy and being rather slow-witted.
 
 
5) Yamahisa often sees opputunity and acts on it, convincing mangakas the merit of doing so.
 
 
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[[Category:Weekly Shōnen Jump]]
 
[[Category:Weekly Shōnen Jump]]

Revision as of 22:36, January 11, 2014

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Weekly Shōnen Jump (週刊少年ジャンプ, Shūkan Shōnen Janpu) is a weekly shōnen manga anthology published in Japan by Shueisha under the Jump line of magazines. The first issue was released with a cover date of July 2, 1968, and it is still circulating. It is one of the longest-running manga magazines in Japan and currently has a circulation of approximately 2.8 million readers. The chapters of series that run in Weekly Shōnen Jump are collected and published in tankōbon volumes under the "Jump Comics" imprint every two to three months. The magazine's primary target demographic are teenage male readers. Weekly Shōnen Jump has a sister magazine called Jump Square, created after the fall of Monthly Shōnen Jump.

In the anime version of Bakuman, Shonen Jump is known as Shonen Jack, softening its references to the real-life Shonen Jump.

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