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The world's most popular manga! Read free or become a member. Start your free trial today!. Mar 5, Proper Japanese Title: 週刊少年マガジン. After Weekly Shonen Jump, Weekly Shonen Magazine is usually considered the second biggest. Weekly Shonen Magazine, published by Kodansha Ltd., and Weekly Shonen Meanwhile, Weekly Shonen Jump, a popular publication from Shueisha Inc.


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Weekly Shonen Jump Covers 週刊少年ジャンプ. In each set, you can see in the description the missing covers. If you wanna contribute Please send me a. Jump (ジャンプ, Janpu), sometimes stylized JUMP, is a line of manga magazines created by Shueisha. It began with Shōnen Jump manga magazine in , later renamed Weekly . Create a book · Download as PDF · Printable version. This applies, first of all, to the manga magazines which form the In December , the weekly Shōnen Jump set a record with its print run of million.

Taking the highest figure as the standard leads necessarily to lamentations about decline, especially if manga is defined in terms of traditional print matter. Estimated Volume three clearly profitable manga magazines in But even since recovering as number one, its print run has been declining continually, from 6.

Estimated Average at the end of to 2. Whereas the big publishers tended to confine themselves to licensing previously, now they engage actively in media convergence. Estimated Percentage followed on the second rank by vol. The latter is rather surprising as the manga is being serialized in a monthly with a print run of only Actually, from onwards, books have been prevailing graph 1. Obviously, enlarging the product line is not the only way to commercial success.

So far the big publishers have been relying on a broad range of products which were not supposed to hit the demand completely, as can be deduced from the rate of returned copies graph 5: Population of Japan amount of manga titles has leaped notably graph 2.

Others try to spread the risk on many shoulders, such as Morning with its offshoot Morning 2 or the sister magazine Afternoon with good!

Afternoon The prime target group of the magazines, that is, readers up to 20 years, is shrinking graph 6. Yano Research Institute, Ltd. Yet, due to the professional and Graph 7: In addition, grown-ups usually have a specific demand.

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Instead of seeking for participation in a taste community or screening the product range offered by manga magazines, many older readers show an inclination to particular artists, works, and styles. This again affects the magazines, especially if their new role is to serve book sales. Especially seinen titles slump in numbers.

In turn, the decline has led to a de-gendering of the seinen genre: Estimated Annual of these four artists use pen names which obscure their Sales of Manga Magazines, own gender as women Mori, Nakamura, Yoshizaki also Manga Books and E-Comics in points to the de-gendering mentioned above.

Japan in billion Yen. As the print run had not exceeded In contrast to the Republic of Korea, in Japan, E-comics have started to gain momentum only in , when smartphone and tablet finally began to spread. In March , the respective market had a reported volume of 74 billion Yen Nakano The very fact that the upturn resulted in part from the Triple Disaster of 11 March , is not mentioned by any of the relevant Japanese White Papers.

And there was also a shortage of gas, which impaired the delivery of printed material.

The newspaper Asahi Shimbun honored the branch manager for his initiative and the manga magazine for its exceptional consent with one of the Tezuka Osamu Cultural Awards At present, the digitalization expedited by major manga publishers takes mainly two forms: Labeled born digital, the latter usually occurs in the form of web magazines, some of which are released concurrently with their related print magazine, differing partially in contents; others take on the role of an additional issue with completely new contents.

A pioneer in that regard was the web magazine Gangan Online Square Enix, Thus, the major publishers try to uphold the tried and tested business model with new technological means.

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Volume of Fan based products, as long as a new media-specific Otaku Market in Japan in stylistics fails to materialize So far efforts billion Yen. If quality is understood not just as a matter of individual and readily available works, but in a broader sense related to conditions for unfolding creativity, then it deserves to be mentioned briefly, that the omnipotence of the major publishers and their distribution channels is beginning to be challenged.

This manifests itself, for example, in the changing role of editors. Magazine editors have played a crucial part in making manga culturally and economically operate, so that artists can actually earn their living by creating comics.

Editors have served as producers, mediators, even co-authors. But as employees, they have to give priority to their publisher, at least ultimately. But even the flagships among the magazines did not yield high profit margins for the publishing houses.

Magazines are similar to a catalog, supposed to introduce a broad M agaz i nes a n d Books Estimated Annual Total Print Run in million copies New Manga-Titles Manga-Magazines Manga-Books New Manga-Titles Fiscal Year, Source: All Japan Magazine and Book Publishers and Editors Association, Annual Report on Indicators on Publication Business in Japan continued Graph 2: Estimated Annual range and to draw attention.

Furthermore, it is their Total Print Run of Manga task to hook readers and involve them in quasi-virtual Magazines and Manga Books communities via letters to the editor and columns, but in Japan in million copies.

But the times of plenty are over, and a new business model has not come in sight yet.

Taking the highest figure as the standard leads necessarily to lamentations about decline, especially if manga is defined in terms of traditional print matter. The journal The Tsukuru, which publishes a special issue on the manga market Estimated Volume of Annually Sold Copies in million Manga-Magazines Manga-Books Fiscal Year, Source: All Japan Magazine and Book Publishers and Editors Association, Annual Report on Indicators on Publication Business in Japan continued of the previous fiscal year each summer, sees only Graph 3: Estimated Volume three clearly profitable manga magazines in of Annually Sold Manga- Magazines and Manga-Books the now-monthly Korokoro Comic Shogakukan, in Japan in million copies.

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But even since recovering as number one, its print run has been declining continually, from 6. Whereas the big publishers tended to confine themselves to licensing previously, now they engage actively in media convergence. The latter is rather surprising as the manga is being serialized in a monthly with a print run of only Actually, from onwards, books have been prevailing graph 1.

Obviously, enlarging the product line is not the only way to commercial success.

Others try to spread the risk on many shoulders, such as Morning with its offshoot Morning 2 or the sister magazine Afternoon with good! Afternoon The prime target group of the magazines, that is, readers up to 20 years, is shrinking graph 6.

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In addition, grown-ups usually have a specific demand. Instead of seeking for participation in a taste community or screening the product range offered by manga magazines, many older readers show an inclination to particular artists, works, and styles.

This again affects the magazines, especially if their new role is to serve book sales. Especially seinen titles slump in numbers. In turn, the decline has led to a de-gendering of the seinen genre: initially targeted at non-infant male readers fig. Japan in billion Yen. As the print run had not exceeded In contrast to the Republic of Korea, in Japan, E-comics have started to gain momentum only in , when smartphone and tablet finally began to spread.This manifests itself, for example, in the changing role of editors.

It would be great to have a favorites list where you can mark the mangas that you are following as well as a bookmark feature that allows you to tap the mangas name and it automatically puts you in the chapter and page you where reading. That said, I can live with the kinks, and hope they continue to improve a great core product. And there was also a shortage of gas, which impaired the delivery of printed material.

The journal The Tsukuru, which publishes a special issue on the manga market Estimated Volume of Annually Sold Copies in million Manga-Magazines Manga-Books Fiscal Year, Source: All Japan Magazine and Book Publishers and Editors Association, Annual Report on Indicators on Publication Business in Japan continued of the previous fiscal year each summer, sees only Graph 3: Estimated Volume three clearly profitable manga magazines in of Annually Sold Manga- Magazines and Manga-Books the now-monthly Korokoro Comic Shogakukan, in Japan in million copies.

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