JUMP Issue #35
Toriko 243 (236)
PSI Kusuo Saiki 61 (54)
Shokugeki no Souma 33 (CP)
Assassination Classroom 53 (46)
Naruto 640 (633)
Beelzebub 214 (207)
Ginga Patrol Jako 3
Kuroko no Basket 223 (216) (CP)
Nisekoi 84 (77)
Haikyuu!! 71 (64)
World Trigger 24 (17)
Gintama 455 (448)
Kochikame 1782 (1775)
Smoky B.B. 10 (3)
Soul Catcher(S) 12 (5)
Mutou Black 11 (4)
Koisuru Edison 42/43 (27/28) (END)
Bleach (till Issue #41)
JUMP Issue #36:
Hime Doll!! by Kazuro Kyou (Cover & Lead CP, New Series, 54 pg.)
Toriko, PSI Kusuo Saiki, Kurokuroku (CP)Bangaihen: Gag Manga Biyori, Inumaru Dashi
Bleach (Absent till Issue #41)
- Assassination Classroom drops to 3rd - its lowest place, in like, forever, from 1st
- Beelzebub rises to 5th from 9th (2 issues ago)
- Nisekoi stays in 6th
- Gintama is in at 9th from 12th, but is still in the bottom 5
- Toriko: 2nd (3 issues back) > 1st
- PSI Kusuo Saiki: 9th > 2nd
- Naruto: 3rd > 4th
- Haikyuu!!: 5th > 7th
- World Trigger: 6th (2 issues back) > 8th
- Kochikame: No change at 10th
- Smoky B.B.: 14th > 11th
- Soul Catcher(S): 9th > 12h
- Mutou Black: 10th > 13th
- Koisuru Edison: 11th > 14th
An ok, slightly weird ToC this week. PSI's rise the most unexpected. Assassination Classroom drops out of the top 2 for the first time in forever, Beelzebub continues to rise and Gintama continues it bottom 5 slump. One Piece'll be back next week, but Bleach won't be back till Issue #41. Both being absent this week are quite possibly the reason why the ToC is a little weird.
It also appears that we have some bangaihen in next week's issue. For those of you who don't know what this is, they're basically side stories of a manga series, but they're not linked to any actual plot. We're getting i for Gag Manga Biyori (dunno what that is) and Inumaru Dashi, which was in JUMP aaaaages ago. Back when I started this blog, in fact. I actually wish Katekyo Hitman Reborn! would get one - that ending left me VERY unsatisfied...
The last of the new series starts next week in the form of Hime Doll!!, and like I said would happen, Koisuru Edison has made way. No more confusing-as-fuck double chapters! Ceeelebrate good times, come on!
Kuroko no Basket (Kuroko's Basketball), written by Tadatoshi Fujimaki, is about 5 legendary basketballers, known as the "Generation of Miracles" , who each played for a middle school team, but went to different high schools. However, there was actually a sixth member called Kuroko Tetsuya, who now goes to Seirin High, and now wants to help Seirin become the best in Japan, with the help of his naturally-talented teammate, Tagami Kaiga, by taking on his former teammates - one-by-one.
Kuroko no Basket has been serialised since December 2008 and so far has 21 volumes released, with sales of over 9,000,000 copies in Japan. Volumes have frequently appeared on lists of best-selling manga in Japan. The first season of the anime premiered in April 2012 and ended in September 2012. A second season is also set to air this October.
That's it for this week! Thanks for reading, see ya next week! ^.^
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