Post by graet Artiste on May 28, 2015 15:52:21 GMT
Lady Justice (レデイ ジャスティス) Publisher - Shueisha Author - Ken OGINO Demographic - Shounen Genre/Themes - Superhero, Action, Ecchi, Comedy
Read Online: None,
Plot: Marufuji Enta has a crush on Kenzaki Ameri and as they visit the same class for the first time the best day of his life starts! Ironically, he gets kidnapped until a mysterious hooded girl appears in front of the gangster's car in the name of justice!
Last Edit: Sept 5, 2015 5:10:33 GMT by Taka: Removed Shonen Jump since Viz never legally simulcast it.
Post by graet Artiste on May 28, 2015 18:47:27 GMT
Taka: I hope they survive, although if I'm being realistic, probably only 1 of them will last longer than 2 volumes. I probably shouldn't have made a discussion thread so early now that I think about it.
Maybe I had the wrong thinking. You know an average anime series each season has about 10 to 12 episodes for 1 cour. I think weekly manga series last about the same length or so.
I think we should add new manga series without worrying about their lifespan especially for Shonen Jump. I'll just put them in the completed franchise section of the hub guide. We offering our folks more stuff to try out when they see a new manga discussion thread. That's a lot of pros.
I'll try those 3 new series today if I get some time.
You know manga series than me. I only know anime since I'm so used to watching new series every season. That's why manga feels much shorter. A tankobon for weekly manga series contains about 7-9 chapters, I think while a monthly series' tankobon contains 4 - 5. Have to double check later.
Post by Coming on the Clouds on May 28, 2015 22:57:58 GMT
This series so far is a deredere superhero girl does superstuff then booby fan service ensues not showing potential and not very good we don't need more of this kind of stuff in the market if that's all its gonna be unless it shows promise soon i'm dropping it
Do you happened to know to what happen to this series? I thought for sure it would be in Viz Media's weekly Shonen Jump. Unless I misunderstood the service and the US edition doesn't cover every chapter that comes out in Japan.
I see the 2 other new series, right now: Devilyman adn Straighten Up! Though, Straighten Up! - I only saw 2 chapters or so a few weeks ago in WSJ.
This year's 41st issue of Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine will publish the conclusion of Ken Ogino's Lady Justice manga on Monday. In addition, the magazine notes that Shueisha will publish the manga's second compiled book volume in November
The manga centers around Enta Marufuji, a completely normal high school student. One day, he gets wrapped up in a large-scale bank robbery, and is taken as a hostage. He is rescued by a masked woman with superhuman powers, Ameri Kenzaki, a shy girl with a heart of justice.
Ogino launched the manga in Weekly Shonen Jump on May 18. Shueisha published the manga's first compiled book volume on Friday.
Now that Naruto is over (HOPEFULLY), and Bleach is ending soon (I give it 50 chapters.), I wonder what will take their place as Jump's new top selling mangas.
I see Bleach ending at 700-710 much like Naruto. So between 1-2 years. I also wonder that. Toriko has time left but I think Mitsutoshi picked up the pace and it may end sooner than expected. Still I'd be satisfied with a 10 or 11 year run. I was expecting 11-12 though based off of part one.
My Hero Academia is established but Assassination Classroom will end soon. Kuroko no Basket ended almost a year ago, now we have some side stories or something. World Trigger doesn't have the weight of one of the Big 3. They'll need something else big if they want to fill the void that is Naruto and/or Bleach. Maybe Black Clover has potential but it's too early to see.
graet Artiste Yeah, Toriko feels very rushed, I don't know why; is it the sales? 337 chapters in and Acacia is already on the verge of revival. But that's alright, stories must have an ending, and if Toriko ends soon it'll end solidly because it was a fun ride all the way, even now, I have yet to see anyone that reads Toriko say "this is bad / boring". I'd rather have a short story that's good through and through over a long story that starts out good but ends up boring in the long run.
As for what could replace Naruto and Bleach...er...I don't think there are any candidates right now. If you look back on Jump's old top sellers like JJBA, FotNS, Slam Dunk, etc. despite the many differences, you'll find one common trait that many of them share:
They're all incredibly long.
Assassination's Classroom and Toriko's ending are in sight. Black Clover has yet to pull in a following but it has potential. (I mean as a replacement for Naruto. I don't like BC one bit but I'll admit that it does have the characteristics of a "Big 3" series.)
I think Kodansha is beating Viz Media since their series, Fairy Tail and Magi are still ongoing and have potential to be long series. Attack on Titan is limited since the author stated he will ended around 20 volumes or so.
I only know the US Shonen Jump Titles that are featured. Not sure about the Japanese version which seems to be much bigger:
One Punch Man Blue Exorcist One Piece Seraph of the End Bleach Toriko Black Clover Some new series that pops up every month
I haven't seen Assassination Classroom.
As for Naruto, it's done. The author stated (Here's the link) after the movie, he is going to do a new story, sci-fi.
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Taka: I see. A global release will benefit it. Gundam did pretty good. The only few franchises that are only popular in Japan but not popular in the west - Yokai Watch comes to mind.
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Taka: No worries, health, family, school, and work take priorities first.
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