The mangaka profession is a profession that has no age, but it's all about the author's ability to move the pencil quickly and in accordance with deadlines and narration. The signatures of Weekly shonen jumpIn particular, they have to deal with the weight of a weekly serialization.

Doing a manga weekly is no mean feat for anyone, even the most talented mangaka, as Eiichiro Oda’s same work routine might even make you wring your nose at the father’s physical health ONE PIECE. But he wasn't the only one who put his family or sleep hours aside to devote himself to work, Masashi Kishimoto, the genius behind it Naruto.

But aside from hours of work, Shueisha's flagship magazine, Weekly shonen jumpaccompanies its entourage authors of different age groups. Currently, Yoshihiro Togashi, the creator of, is the magazine's "oldest" teacher Hunter X Hunterwith his 55 years. In any case, the full ranking is based on seniority:

  • 55, Togashi (hunter x hunter);
  • 49, Boichi (Dr. Stone);
  • 47, Kenta Shinohara (witch clock);
  • 46, Eiichiro Oda (one piece);
  • 45, Riichiro Inagaki (Dr. Stone);
  • 42, Yusei Matsui (The Elusive Samurai);
  • 41, Kentaro Yabuki (Ayakashi Triangle);
  • 36, Yuuki Tabata (black clover);
  • 34, Kohei Horikoshi (My hero academia);
  • 33, Yoshifumi Totsuka (undead unhappy);
  • 29, Gege Akutami (Jujutsu Kaisen);
  • 27, Yuto Suzuki (SAKAMOTO DAYS);
  • 26, Kouji Miura (Blue box)

Then again, did you know the ages of the Jump writers? Let us know with a comment below.

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