Jump ToC Rankings (Issue 19, 2013)


Japanese Issue 19

WSJ Cover 19 2013

Assassination Classroom (Cover, Lead Colour)
1. Kuroko’s Basketball
2. One Piece
Jeda’s School Route (Center Colour, One-Shot, writer of magico)
3. Shokugeki no Sōma
4. Beelzebub
World Trigger (Center Colour)
5. Naruto
6. Nisekoi: False Love
7. High Kyū!!
8. Bleach
The Disaster of Psi Kusuo Saiki (Center Colour, Novel Announcement)
9. SKET Dance
10. Gin Tama
11. Kochikame
12. Hungry Joker
13. Koisuru Edison
14. Medaka Box
15. Cross Manage
16. Rookie Policewoman Kiruko-san
Toriko (Absent)

Fun fact: The cover lists all series running in the magazine except Toriko from oldest to newest (if we go by Japanese reading direction).

Bleach changed editors.

The volume releases for Shokugeki no Sōma contain actual recipes for the food cooked in the series.

Japanese Issue 20 Info

Cover, Lead Colour: Toriko
Center Colour: Haikyuu!! (Character Popularity Poll Results), Kuroko’s Basketball, W.C. Friends (One-Shot, writer of Hokenshitsu no Shinigami)

Japanese Double Issue 22-23 Info (unconfirmed)

Final Chapter: Rookie Policewoman Kiruko-san

Japanese Issue 24 Info (unconfirmed)

A new series by Tomohiro Hasegawa
Final Chapter: Medaka Box

If this is true, then Medaka Box is ending in the same issue it debuted it (since it debuted in 2009’s Issue 24).

Japanese Issue 25 (unconfirmed)

A new series by Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata

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Cover: One Piece
Lead Colour: A Boy (writer of Pyū to Fuku! Jaguar)
Center Colour: High-spec Lovers (writer of Koisome Momiji)
Bangaihen (Side-Story): Kuroko’s Basketball, Nisekoi: False Love, High Kyū!!, The Disaster of Psi Kusuo Saiki

English Issue 18

English Jump Cover 18 2013

One Piece (Cover, Lead Colour)
Sakuran (tentative) (Center Colour, One-Shot)
Nisekoi: False Love (Center Colour)
World Trigger
Cross Manage
Dragon Ball (Full Colour)
One-Punch Man (Center Colour)

This week’s comments:

English Jump Comments 18 2013