Jump ToC Rankings (Issue 46, 2015)

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Japanese Issue 46

WSJ Cover 46 2015

My Hero Academia (Cover, Lead Colour, Popularity Poll Results)
1. Assassination Classroom
2. One Piece
Mononofu (Chapter 5)
3. Black Clover
Food Wars! (Center Colour)
Samon the Summoner (Chapter 4)
4. Haikyuu!!
No. 9 (Center Colour, One-Shot)
5. PSI Kusuo Saiki
Hinomaru Zumō (Center Colour)
6. Straighten Up!
7. Toriko
8. Kochikame
9. Nisekoi
10. Kagamigami
11. World Trigger
12. Bleach
13. Best Blue
Isobe Isobee Monogatari
Gin Tama (Absent)

The winner of this year’s Golden Future Cup is Genjūi Toteku.

Ultra Battle Satellite volume 3 sneaked into the sales charts at the very bottom for its first week.

Japanese Issue 47 Info

Cover, Lead Colour: Assassination Classroom
Center Colour: PSI Kusuo Saiki, Straighten Up!, Q.E.D.!! (One-Shot)
Absent: One Piece

English Issue 45

English Jump Cover 45 2015

One Piece (Cover, Lead Colour)
Blue Exorcist
Black Clover (Center Colour)
World Trigger
My Hero Academia
Toriko
Nisekoi (Center Colour)
Samon the Summoner (Jump Start)
Bleach
Food Wars!
Seraph of the End
Naruto (Jump Back)

Naruto‘s Jump Back this time is covering where Shippuden started.

A Naruto app has launched, offering a free chapter per day.

Viz is offering Platinum End for sale separately per chapter online. If you just wait for the volumes, you’ll save a ton.

This week’s Nihongo Lesson.

This week’s comments:

English Jump Comments 45 2015

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2 thoughts on “Jump ToC Rankings (Issue 46, 2015)

  1. I heard a rumor that because the World Trigger mangaka is “sick” and has regular monthly breaks, the series is set in its position in each issue. I don’t personally really get that line of logic, but what are your thoughts on this?

    • I’ve heard that too, and IIRC it was actually outright stated when they announced the regular breaks.

      I recall hearing a rumour that Jump and some other magazines place series at the back if submitted late as a form of punishment. I’m not gonna pretend I know what happens behind the scenes, but if the frequent absences are due to a less-serious illness resulting in slower work, that may be what’s happening for the sake of fairness.

      Aside from that possibility, I honestly don’t follow the logic either.

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