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White Beard’s might is captured beautifully in highly detailed statue!!

The strongest pirate in the world makes for the mightiest of statues! Megahouse adds Edward Newgate, aka White Beard, to their “Portrait.Of.Pirates One Piece NEO-MAXIMUM” collection. The 300 mm statue is incredibly detailed, capturing the mighty pirate as he departs to the Battle of Marineford. This statue is available for pre-order select Japanese retailers (Megatrea …

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“Hellboy” publisher is working on Gantz: G manga!!

Dark Horse Comics, the publishing company behind “Hellboy”, “The Mask”, and Frank Miller’s “Sin City”, is tackling the project of releasing Hiroya Oku and Keita Iizuka’s Gantz G spinoff manga. The manga was featured in Shueisha’s Miracle Jump in November 2015 and ended in Shonen Jump after Miracle Jump ceased publication. The third and final …

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New serializations from “Naruto” and “Bleach” creators is under way!!

After ending their series respectively in 2014 (Naruto) and 2016 (Bleach), Masashi Kushimoto and Tite Kubo are currently working on brand new manga serializations. This news was announced by Weekly Shonen Jump’s editor in chief Hiroyuki Nakano at a press conference for the magazine to reveal new upcoming works. Details of both projects is expected …

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NEW King of Fighters manga for 2018!!

It’s humble beginnings in 2018. SNK’s long running fighting game series is getting a new manga adaption for the new year. Titled “King of Fighters – A New Beginning”, it will feature fan favorites Iori Yagami and Kyo Kusanagi and illustrated by Kyoutarou Azuma. The first chapter is currently available on Kodansha’s Magazine Pocket digital …

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NEW Bleach light novel coming out soon!!

Yup, there’s a follow up Bleach manga coming out April 28. Written by “Durarara!!” author Ryohgo Narita, Bleach: “Can’t Fear your own World” features Hisagi Shūhei, vice captain of Squad 9, as he investigates an assassination attempt aimed at the four great noble clans. The Quincy and Arrancar that survived in Hueco Mundo are attacked …

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New manga series planned for Strawberry (Ichigo) 100%!!

The popular harem drama series is getting a new lease on life! Shonen Jump revealed plans for a potential sequel to Mizuki Kawashita’s 2002-2005 series. Strawberry 100% centered on the school years of Junpei Manaka, a student and aspiring movie director, and his relationships with the girls that enter his life; Aya Toujou, an ordinary-looking …

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Rurouni Kenshin movie trilogy coming to US theatres!!

Rurouni Kenshin is one of the greatest historical tales ever told. Set in the Meiji era of Japan, the series followed Himura Kenshina as he wandered Japan offering protection and aid to those in need to atone for the murders he committed. Rurouni Kenshin debuted in April 25, 1994 in Weekly Shonen Jump. Since then …

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Baki the Grappler gets a second round!!

In celebration of the 25th anniversary, the classic martial arts manga is getting a new anime adaption. Baki the Grappler will return in a new series that is scheduled to launch on December 6. It will be bundled with the 14th Baki-Dou manga volume as a DVD. The original Baki the Grappler debuted in 1991 …

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Upcoming fighting game pits Shonen Jump manga characters against each other!!

Wanna see the Substitute Soul Reaper Ichigo Kurosaki take on the Nine Tails Jinchuriki Naruto Uzumaki? Freiza show Sosuke Aizen who’s the boss? Or Kenshiro against Himura Kenshin? Well, that is about to happen! Bandai Namco Games with producer Spike Chunsoft will be bringing their crossover fighting game state side. J-Stars Victory VS+ features characters …

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The Road to Ninja comes to an end!! Final installement of Naruto coming in November!!

After 15 years of continuous publication, Masashi Kishimoto’s long-running manga series will end in the November issue of Weekly Shonen Jump which hits shelves on the tenth. Naruto is one of the most popular manga series of all time. Naruto first appeared in Weekly Shonen Jump in 1999 and has been running without fail ever …

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