Since its inception in 1959 up to now, Weekly Shonen Jump has always released many outstanding manga, attracting a lot of attention from readers. Now, let’s take a look at the 10 most prominent names on this popular magazine today!
10. Blue Lock
Blue Lock is a new breeze in the sports genre when combined with the survival factor. The plot begins when Japan with the ambition to become the new king of the World Cup has created a brilliant striker creation project called Blue Lock. Here, the main character Yoichi Isagi will compete with many other attacking talents to become the most talented name.
The survival factor here is that the winner will go straight to the national team, and the loser is banned from this level forever.
9. Seitokai Yakuindomo
Seitokai Yakuindomo is a manga that revolves around Tsuda takatoshi, a male student who is transferred to a new school that used to be just girls. Here, Tsuda Takatoshi is appointed as the student council vice president and encounters humorous situations with the female characters around him.
Fan interest in the manga has also released a serialized anime with the OVA.
Hitman revolves around the character Kenzaki Ryunosuke, the editor of Weekly Shonen with a passion for manga. What’s unique about Kenzaki Ryunosuke is that he has a love for underrated publications. Although sometimes deemed unsuitable for an editor’s position, meeting with a mangaka made Kenzaki’s determination to turn this person into Japan’s most famous author which in turn leads to the full story. exciting.
7. Enen no Shouboutai
Enen No Shouboutai is a shounen manga that will be released in 2019 and immediately made a big splash. With a sentence in a world where protagonist Shinra Kusakabe, a Pyrokinesis of two generations 3, 4 joins the 8th Special Fire Squadron to fight the Fire Lord and oppose the plot to recur the “Carpet Great Fire “(Daisaigai)
6. Smile on the Runway
Smile on the Runway is about fashion industry with the story revolving around two main characters. The first is Chiyuki Fujito whose ambition is to become a model but has a great obstacle in height compared to the standard. Next was Ikuto Tsumura, a young man who wanted to be a costume designer, but could only sketch it because he didn’t have the money to make it happen. The two decided to work together after seeing a common goal that shines in the fashion industry.
5. Eden’s Zero
After the success of Fairy Tail, author Hiro Mashima continued to release Eden’s Zero with a cosmic setting. The protagonist Granbell Shinki grew up on a robotic planet left his hometown to join Rebecca, a V-Tuber, on an exciting adventure. Currently, this manga has passed more than 100 chapters.
4. Ahiru no Sora
Ahiru no Sora is a basketball manga revolving around Sora Kurumatani, a schoolboy with a strong passion for basketball. Sora trains every day to one day be like his mother Yuka, a former professional gamer. He joined the Kuzuryū High School basketball club and went through many thrilling matches.
3. Ace of Diamond
Ace of Diamond is a manga consisting of 2 parts that revolve around baseball. The protagonist Eijun Sawamura, a young enthusiastic young man joins Seidou School and tries his best to improve his abilities. Moving into the sequel, Eijun has now become an important pillar and together with the Seidou baseball team compete in the national tournament.
2. Hajime no Ippo
It seems that sport is loved by many readers, when the next representative is Hajime no Ippo with content about boxing. This work currently considered to be the longest running manga in Weekly Shonen’s history revolves around the story of Ippo Makunochi, an ordinary kid who was accidentally rescued by a boxer from bullies. That fate brought Ippo to boxing at a gym.
Not only did he learn how to become a boxer, but Ippo also formed many new social relationships that he never had before.
Is the work created by the author of the Oh! Great and Nisio Ishin, Bakemonogatari revolves around Koyomi Araragi, a third-year male high school student who survives being turned into a vampire but then becomes human.
The meeting between him and Senjōgahara Hitagi, a person with no gravity. Koyomi decides to take Hitagi to a place that once kept him from turning into a vampire and has since led to a journey to rescue those affected by the supernatural.