Jump ToC Rankings (Issue 49, 2016)


Japanese Issue 49


Black Clover (Cover, Lead Colour)
1. Haikyu!!
2. One Piece
3. Hinomaru Zumō
Amalgam of Distortion (Chapter 5)
My Hero Academia (Center Colour)
4. The Promised Neverland
Spring Weapon No. 1 (Chapter 4)
The Disastrous Life of Saiki K. (Center Colour)
5. Toriko
6. World Trigger
7. Yuragi-sō no Yūna-san
8. Kimetsu no Yaiba
9. Samon the Summoner
10. Straighten Up!
11. Food Wars!
12. Gintama
13. Red Sprite
14. Love Rush!
Isobe Isobee Monogatari

Toriko will apparently reach its “climax” in the November 14th issue. Japanese use of that word usually refers to the final chapter.

Bleach will be receiving two novels.

The magazine will be receiving its first-ever reprint. Specifically, the issue where Kochikame concluded. Another special magazine related to Kochikame will be reprinted as well.

In contrast, the circulation numbers for all three major manga magazines have dropped.

A Nobel Prize relating to autophagy was given out, and Toriko was used by other scientists (not the one who won) to explain it to certain audiences. Shueisha had the relevant chapters of Toriko available for free last month as a result.

Japanese Issue 50 Info

Cover, Lead Colour: Food Wars!
Center Colour: Hinomaru Zumō, Yuragi-sō no Yūna-san, Himitsu Kessha D-tai Phantom Sentōin Entarō (One-Shot)

The one-shot is by Kei Monri.

English Issue 48


Black Clover (Cover, Lead Colour)
One Piece
Love Rush!
My Hero Academia
World Trigger
Food Wars!
Spring Weapon No. 1
Red Sprite
The Promised Neverland
One-Punch Man
RWBY (Center Colour, New Series)

This issue’s Nihongo Lesson.

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