Continuing from Part I, here’s the rest of my notes regarding Weekly Shounen Jump.
- What is Table of Contents?
- Weekly Shounen Jump from Summer 2017 to Summer 2018
He contacted me due to my criticism of his video in the previous year, where I detailed some of the errors he had on his video. I was pleasantly surprised by how open he was to my feedback, and because I always hoped for the Western Community to foster a more in-depth knowledge of the manga industry and its history, I was quite happy to help him on his next video.
In a series of two posts, I’ll be sharing the notes I sent during our discussions.
My Notes for “The Current State of WSJ 2018”
The first part will cover what exactly “Table of Contents” is and how it relates to the internal questionnaire rankings as well as the “myths” that revolve around it. The second part will go over my brief overview of what’s been going on in WSJ from Summer of 2017 to Summer of 2018.
A new World War II style manga with a steampunk(?) spin from Monthly Gessan.
We (finally) have a new sports manga from Weekly Shounen Magazine.
The usual weeklies, as well a manga editor manga I picked up a while ago.
Plus, new volume of Arte!
The usual weeklies as well as two monthlies, Gessan and Bessatsu Magazine.
Also, Kiss & Cry ended unfortunately 😥