The weekly shonen jump renews itself again and again. In fact, the work for the world's most famous manga magazine never stops, especially at a time like this when it is hungry for success. In fact, we saw it over the course of the year sensational conclusion of several hits between Demon Slayer, Haikyu !! and the promised Neverland.
Now that the mess on Weekly Shonen Jump's Ghost releases is resolved, the magazine is preparing to welcome two new mangas. And among these there is a resounding return. Scheduled for # 50 of the magazine Build King is set to debut next week, Manga by Mitsutoshi Shimabukuro. The author is famous for Sekimatsu Leader-den Takeshi and especially Toriko, which was published in the same magazine with good success between 2008 and 2016. Build King is, among other things, the serialization of a oneshot published on WSJ in 2018.
The second writer to arrive will be Yuuto Suzuki, Mangaka who introduced himself to a few oneshots on Shonen Jump +, including Locker Room and Sakamoto Days. Straight Sakamoto Days is the second series to debut on Weekly Shonen Jump: The arrival is expected in issue 51 in two weeks. As usual, both series will also be published in English and Spanish on MangaPlus.
One of these will surely fill in the void that Act-Age has left, while the other will allow you to cancel or quit any of the series currently in the magazine like We Never Learn.
Mitsutoshi Shimabukuro, Toriko's mangaka, will serialize BUILD KING in weekly Shonen Jump issue # 50. https://t.co/vmlznoeHtq pic.twitter.com/cYqYDRvFbf- Shonen Jump News - Unofficial (@WSJ_manga) 4th November 2020
It seems that Yuuto Suzuki, Mangaka by Mukuroku and Locker Room, both published one-shots in Shonen Jump + App, will also start a series in Weekly Shonen Jump.- Shonen Jump News - Unofficial (@WSJ_manga) 4th November 2020
Changing room: https://t.co/SnUQyXWh4a pic.twitter.com/hFVrHXSpba
Yuuto Suzuki will serialize SAKAMOTO DAYS in the weekly Shonen Jump issue No. 51. https://t.co/hYXK3bhvYC pic.twitter.com/7zROLkRSqV- Shonen Jump News - Unofficial (@WSJ_manga) 4th November 2020