weekly shonen jump
Tite Kubo's long-running fantasy-adventure manga will come to an end with the next issue of "Weekly Shonen Jump," which goes on sale Aug. 22 in Japan.
The widely acclaimed comics were among most the 10 frequently challenged books in libraries and schools last year, according to the American Library Association.
Viz Media's digital manga magazine debuts today on comiXology and the Amazon Kindle Store, bringing with it the latest chapters of "One Piece" and "Bleach."
Shueisha has launched a "One Piece" digital app (in Japanese only), and also released a free digital copy of the July 1997 issue of "Weekly Shonen Jump," featuring the manga's debut.
In the shadow of the Viz booth at Comic-Con, President and CEO Ken Sasaki spoke with CBR about Viz's digital manga venture in "Weekly Shonen Jump" and turning the company around in the post-manga boom market.