ADVERTISEMENT

  • First Part of Shonen Jump 50th Anniversary Exhibition reveals its manga lineup

    Weekly Shonen Jump Magazine has made legends out of several manga, including Dragon ball and Saint Seiya, aas well as One Piece and Naruto. This year, the legendary manga magazine is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a bang! Those celebrations also include a 3-part exhibition on some of their most popular works.

    Shueisha recently launched a special website just for the exhibition, and it reveals a few new details, as well as Part 1’s official visual:


    Advertisment

    The website also revealed details about Part 1 of the exhibition, which has the title “The Beginning of The Legend”. The announcement also includes which manga they will be exhibiting for the event. The first part will include a total of 63 manga titles from its inception in 1968 to the 1980’s.

    “Kochira Katsushika-ku Kameari Kouen-mae Hashutsujo (KochiKame)” (Osamu Akimoto)

    “Mashonen B.T.” and “JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure” (Hirohiko Araki)

    “Circuit no Okami” (Satoshi Ikezawa)

    “Kami-sama wa Southpaw” and “Sora no Campus” (Shinji Imaizumi)

    “Susume Pirate!” and “Stop! Hibari-kun” (Hisashi Eguhi)

    “Tsuide ni Tonchinkan” (Koichi Endoh)

    “Chichi no Tamashii” (Hiroshi Kaizuka)

    “Hole in One” (Takeji Kagami and Tatsuo Kanai)

    “Samurai Giants” (Ikki Kajiwara and Ko Inoue)

    “Wingman” and “Video Girl” (Masakazu Katsura)

    “Hochonin Ajihei” (Jiro Gyu and Jo Big)

    “Ring ni Kakero”, “Fuuma no Kojiro”, “Otokozaka”, and “Saint Seiya” (Masami Kurumada)

    “Todai Icchokusen” (Yoshinori Kobayashi)

    “1.2 no Ahho!” (Kontaro)

    “Moeru! Oniisan” (Tadashi Sato)

    “Dragon Quest: Dai no Daibouken” (Riku Sanjo, Yuji Horii, and Koji Inada)

    “Sannen Kimengumi” and “High School! Kimengumi” (Motoei Sinzawa)

    “Captain Tsubasa” (Yoichi Takahashi)

    “Akutare Kyojin” and “Ginga-Nagareboshi Gin-” (Yoshihiro Takahashi)

    “Play Ball” (Akio Chiba)

    “Yoroshiku Mechadoc” (Ryuji Tsugihara)

    “Cobra” (Buichi Terasawa)

    “Tennis Boy” (Satoshi Terajima and Kenichi Kotani)

    “Astro Kyudan” (Shirou Touzaki and Norihiro Nakajima)

    “Shape Up Ran” and “Jungle no Ouja Tar-chan” (Masaya Tokuhiro)

    “Toilet Hakase” (Kazuyoshi Torii)

    “Dr.Slump” and “Dragon Ball” (Akira Toriyama)

    “Harenchi Gakuen” (Go Nagai)

    “Hadashi no Gen” (Keiji Nakazawa)

    “THE MOMOTAROH” (Makoto Niwano)

    “BASTARD!! Ankoku no Hakaishin” (Kazushi Hagiwara)

    “Cyborg Jiichan G” (Shige Hijikata)

    “Black Angels” (Shinji Hiramatsu)

    “Doberman Deka” (Buronson, Shinji Hiramatsu)

    “Hokuto no Ken” (Buronson, Tetsuo Hara)

    “Cat’s Eye” and “City Hunter” (Tsukasa Hojo)

    “Blue City” (Yukinobu Hoshino)

    “God Sider” (Kouji Maki)

    “Geki! Gokutora Ikka”and “Sakigake!! Otokojuku” (Akira Miyashita)

    “Otoko Ippiki Gaki-Taisho”, “Yamasaki Ginjiro”, “Sawayaka Manjiro” and “Yabure Kabure” (Hiroshi Motomiya)

    “Rokudenashi Blues” (Masanori Morita)

    “Yokai Hunter” and “Koushi Ankokuden” (Daijiro Morohoshi)

    “Koya no Shonen Isamu” (Souji Yamakawa, Noboru Kawasaki)

    “Kinnikuman” (Yudetamago)

    “Dokonjo Gaeru” (Yasumi Yoshizawa)

    They will be launching the first part from 18th July to 15th October over at the Tokyo Mori Arts Center Gallery.

    Shueisha launched the magazine back in 1968, and it launched the careers of countless mangaka, including Masashi Kishimoto, Eiichiro Oda, and of course, Akira Toriyama. Simply put, if you want to be famous, Shonen Jump is the place to go as a mangaka.

    What ever could those next two exhibits show us when they finally arrive? Perhaps their greatest works for the 90’s or the 2000’s, or even their most recent hits? Whetever it is, Shueisha is planning something big, and this would really make manga fans excited.


    Powered by Google

    Advertisement
    Advertisement
    Advertisment