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Medaka Box
Kurogane
Koisome Momiji
Pajama na Kanojo
Sensei no Bulge

Absent: Bleach

Bleach went on a sudden absense again and has been replaced by a short oneshot titled “My Mom is a Spy”

Source: weeklyjump.livejournal.com
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2012 GOLDEN FUTURE CUP NEWS~

Jump Issue #35
Goblin Night (Golden Future Cup Entree #1)

Jump Issue #36/37 
Cupid of Love Yakeno Harachiri (Golden Future Cup Entree #2)

Jump Issue #39
After School ☆ Idol (Golden Future Cup Entree #3)

Jump Issue #40
INPWEAR CODE (Golden Future Cup Entree #4)

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Dragon Ball Manga Gets New Film Adaptation

This year’s 33rd issue of Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine is announcing on Saturday that a new film adaptation of Akira Toriyama's Dragon Ball manga has been green-lit.

The official website for the magazine had already opened a “D” teaser page with a countdown to a “surprise” on Saturday, July 14.

Source: animenewsnetwork.com.au
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Naruto
One Piece
PSI Kusuo Saiki
Toriko
Kuroko no Basket
Nisekoi
Haikyuu!!
Assassination Classroom
Koisome Momiji
Gintama
Beelzebub
Sensei no Bulge
Kochikame
Bleach
Pajama na Kanojo
Medaka Box
Kurogane

Sket Dance (Cover, Lead CP)
Takamagahara (Center Colour)
Reborn! (Center Colour)


Jump Issue #34 Information
Cover/Lead CP: Naruto
Center Colour: Koisome Momiji, Sensei no Bulge, Beelzebub

Absent: One Piece

Jump Issue #35 Information
Lead CP: Naruto

Source: weeklyjump.livejournal.com
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1.Toriko     2.4(△0.5)
2.One Piece 2.7(―0.0)
3.Naruto    3.6(▼0.6)
4.Haikyuu!!   6.9(△0.5)
5.Nisekoi    7.0(△0.5)

6.Gintama     8.4(▼1.4)
7.Sket Dance  9.8(▼0.2)
8.Kuroko     11.6(△0.9)
9.Beelzebub  11.8(▼0.7)
10.Bleach   14.0(△0.1)

11.Medaka Box 14.3(▼0.7)
12.Kochikame   14.6(▼0.1)
13.Reborn!          16.5(▼0.4)
14.Kurogane       16.8(▼0.3)
14.Pajama        16.8(▼0.9)

Source: weeklyjump.livejournal.com
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How to Read - Horizontal
Series that have large amounts of search hits are placed towards the right end of the chart, series that have small amounts of search hits are placed towards the left side of the chart.

Do no worry about the vertical position of the series, they are the magazine averages and will be done in a separate entry.

Source: weeklyjump.livejournal.com
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1.Toriko    2.9(△0.2)
2.Naruto    3.0(―0.0)
2.One Piece   3.0(―0.0)
4.Gintama   5.6(▼0.6)
5.Haikyuu      6.3(△1.2)

6.Nisekoi    7.5(△0.8)
7.Beelzebub   10.4(▼1.0)
7.Sket Dance    10.4(―0.0)
9.Kuroko   11.8(△1.1)
10.Bleach    13.8(▼1.0)

11.Medaka   14.0(△1.8)
12.Kochikame   14.8(▼0.7)
13.Pajama   15.6(▼1.2)
13.Kurogane  15.6(▼0.1)
15.Reborn!     16.6(△0.3)

16.Magico    18.6(▼0.6)
17.Nurarihyon   19.3(▼0.3)

Source: weeklyjump.livejournal.com
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Spring Special #3 -

Mutô Black by Daijirô Nonoue - Center Color Page (Oneshot)

Preview: The main character gets involved in a fight between a yakuza faction that has split in two. He uses a sword-less style (hence Mutô) that uses the enemy’s power against them.

IMO, it would be kinda similar to Spike from Cowboy Bebop but a lot more fantasy based.

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Haikyū!! Chapter 9 - Center Color Page