View Full Version : Shonen Jump after YGO (possible spoilers)
12th May 2006, 5:06 AM
Well, Yugioh-Millenium World is basicly on it's way out of Shonen Jump. So the question is, what's next? Will Yugioh GX take over, or Maybe Yugioh R (YGO R is semi-official, correct?). A new manga all together, or nothing at all? It's honestly been killing me, so throw out your ideas here.
12th May 2006, 10:36 PM
Uh... I have no idea. I don't think GX is a manga, though. I really hope R will come!!! This kills me too- YGO's my FAVORITE!!!!!
13th May 2006, 5:49 AM
Actually, there is a YGO GX manga, just not done by the creator of Yugioh (of course). I don't have a link right now, but I'll take a look. And no, it's not a doujin, it's offical.
13th May 2006, 12:54 PM
Actually, I think SJ has had it planned for awhile. I'm probably wrong, but I think that the sport manga previews have been a test to see which sport will sell the best. Whatever one does, gets in.
13th May 2006, 1:20 PM
Maybe Bobobo, cause they showed a preview but a Novel still has not been announced.
13th May 2006, 1:25 PM
Actually, it was shown twice. I still think that it will be a sports manga though.
13th May 2006, 6:42 PM
Actually, a sports manga sounds likely. As much as I would love Bobobo in SJ, I don't think they can since it is an Older Teen/Advanced manga. Isn't there more Bobobo than what they have realeased already? One book? Come on.
Funny that SJ favorite character to put on the cover of the magazine is about to leave, heh.
16th May 2006, 1:23 PM
Plus, Shonen Jump is for guys and guys love sports. Also, they have 3-4 sports mangas and they arent doing anything with them.
16th May 2006, 9:44 PM
That's because they've been released as graphic novels already so there's no point in permanently putting a manga like that into Shonen Jump.
17th May 2006, 3:31 AM
I know, but so have al their other manga that they could replace it with so far. Unless they have some new one we havent seen yet.
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