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    What the fuck at that cat girl color page. Is Jump SQ not a kid's magazine? o_O

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarcelloF View Post
    What the fuck at that cat girl color page. Is Jump SQ not a kid's magazine? o_O
    To Love-Ru Darkness used to run on Jump, you know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarcelloF View Post
    What the fuck at that cat girl color page. Is Jump SQ not a kid's magazine? o_O
    Extract from wikipedia:
    Like most monthly shonen manga magazines, Jump Square is aimed at ages 16 to 21.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarcelloF View Post
    What the fuck at that cat girl color page. Is Jump SQ not a kid's magazine? o_O
    Saikyo Jump is only kids magazine in Shueisha

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    Quote Originally Posted by KageKageKing View Post
    To Love-Ru Darkness used to run on Jump, you know.
    Was it that explicit? You can literally see her vagina here.

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    Like most monthly shonen manga magazines, Jump Square is aimed at ages 16 to 21.
    That's older than I thought, but still o.o

    Quote Originally Posted by Kaizou 10 View Post
    Saikyo Jump is only kids magazine in Shueisha
    Shonen Jump is for kids.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarcelloF View Post
    Shonen Jump is for kids.
    Not really. Shounen Jump is for young teenagers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarcelloF View Post
    That's older than I thought, but still o.o
    Well, I'm not sure any problems with the magazine for more mature audience (besides, it isn't nudity or anything).

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarcelloF View Post


    Shonen Jump is for kids.
    So you would make read that new chainsaw serie to kids ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kdom View Post
    So you would make read that new chainsaw serie to kids ?
    And don't forget about HxH

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaizou 10 View Post
    And don't forget about HxH
    Hunter x Hunter is not that gore. it's just unintersting if you don't like your brain to be tortured

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kdom View Post
    Hunter x Hunter is not that gore. it's just unintersting if you don't like your brain to be tortured
    Is it? I think HxH is pretty gore as well, like the editors have to censor one scene since it is too violent for the general WSJ audience.

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    HxH is definitely gory, at least by WSJ standards


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    I thought JJBA was the most goriest Jump manga.

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    I guess everyone is agreed that WSJ isn't a kids magazine.
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    Kids is kinda vague as a term, use the age range of the target audience. Like 12-16 is the target for WSJ, with the other magazines targeting the other age groups.

    WSJ used to mean a wider margin before, meaning that Jojo's serial dog torture, and goku bursting through the back of a demon (no wait, he's an alien!) were ok.
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    Quote Originally Posted by maxterdexter View Post
    Kids is kinda vague as a term, use the age range of the target audience. Like 12-16 is the target for WSJ, with the other magazines targeting the other age groups.

    WSJ used to mean a wider margin before, meaning that Jojo's serial dog torture, and goku bursting through the back of a demon (no wait, he's an alien!) were ok.
    But, I'm not sure WSJ is good for the readers with 10 or younger.

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    Shounen Jump Issue 8:
    Cover, Lead CP: Yakusoku no Neverland
    CP: Boku-tachi wa Benkyou ga Dekinai, Jujutsu Kaisen, Hakutei no Erica (One Shot by Yuzuriha Kenta)

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    Grand Jump Issue 3:
    Amai Seikatsu 2nd Season (Cover, Lead CP)
    Play Ball 2
    Kyoui Touma
    Dr. Que2nch
    Yutori Yakuza
    Draft King (CP)
    Captain Tsubasa Rising Sun
    Sundome!! Milky Way
    Raise Dewa Chanto Shimasu (Special Chapter)
    Uramiya Honpo Worst
    Black Tiger
    Strike or Gutter
    Champagne
    Furin Shokudou
    Ousama no Shitateya
    Funouhan
    The Naniwa Kinyuu-dou

    Innocent Rouge, Radiation House (Absent)

    Grand Jump Issue 4:
    Cover: Kyoui Touma
    Lead CP: Captain Tsubasa Rising Sun
    CP: Uramiya Honpo Worst

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    Last Week's Jump Comic Sales:

    04. One Piece #91 (79,443 / 1,993,806)
    10. Boku no Hero Academia #21 (37,255 / 592,935)
    12. One Punch-man #18 (34,991 / 482,776)
    14. Haikyuu!! #35 (33,297 / 553,374)
    39. Dragon Ball Super #8 (17,230 / 239,201)
    41. World Trigger #19 (16,738 / 331,907)

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    Young Jump Issue 6/7:
    Kingdom (Lead CP)
    Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai
    Kaguya-sama wa Kataritai
    Libidors
    Douji Gunkan
    Riku-dou
    Shadows House
    Golden Kamuy (CP)
    Bungo
    Akechi
    Maid in Hikkomuuuuse
    Ginga Eiyuu Densetsu
    Batuque (CP)
    Tiempo
    Minamoto-kun Monogatari
    Hana Matsu Ibara Meguru Haru
    Boku-ra wa Mahou Shounen
    Dorokei (CP)
    Snack Basue
    Kunoichi no Ichi! no Ni
    Makaze ga Fuku
    Satsuki-chan
    A Fly Boy (One Shot)

    Satsujin Muzai (Absent)

    Young Jump Issue 8:
    Cover, Lead CP: Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai
    CP: Riku-dou, Minamoto-kun Monogatari, Shadows House

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    This Week's Jump Comic Sales:

    01. Yakusoku no Neverland #12 (180,160)
    02. Black Clover #19 (102,669)
    03. Gintama #76 (80,083)
    04. Kimetsu no Yaiba #14 (78,819)
    08. One Piece #91 (57,712 / 2,051,518)
    11. Shin Tennis no Oujisama #25 (37,880)
    15. Boku no Hero Academia #21 (31,974 / 624,909)
    16. One Punch-man #18 (27,220 / 509,996)
    18. Haikyuu!! #35 (23,033 / 576,407)
    22. Yakusoku no Neverland #11 (19,784 / 473,038)
    24. Captain Tsubasa Rising Sun #10 (19,632)
    31. Dragon Ball Super #8 (16,181 / 255,382)
    39. World Trigger #19 (14,426 / 346,333)
    41. One Piece #90 (14,059 / 2,174,407)
    43. Jigoku Sensei Nuuuubeeee Neo #17 (13,633)
    47. Black Clover Gaiden Quartet Knights #1 (13,130)

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    Kingdom Volume 53


    Riku-dou Volume 19


    Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai〜Tensei-tachi no Renai Zunou-sen〜 Volume 13


    Dorokei Volume 4


    Batuque Volume 1 & 2


    Shadows House Volume 1



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    Connect Volume 6 (Final)


    Mononogatari Volume 9


    Sin-En Resist Cure Volume 1


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