Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump and Kodansha’s Weekly Shōnen Magazine as of late teamed up on a 30-meter painting appearing notable characters from the two magazines. This painting was shown in Shibuya station from May 6 to 12.
The cooperation is a piece of the “Shōnen Jumaga Gakuen” venture, and the picture demonstrates every one of the characters communicating in one mammoth institute. This is what parts of the wall painting resembled amid the days it was open. In the event that you look carefully, you might probably detect the majority of the 120 characters that are said to be included in it.
The previous month, Manga distributors Shueisha and Kodansha have merged their magazines for one really immense issue as a component of the joint “Shōnen Janmaga Gakuen” venture. The memorial issue incorporates 2,264 absolute pages with a 13-cm wide spine. Inside are opening parts for 44 individual manga arrangement from Weekly Shonen Jump and Weekly Shōnen Magazine.
Kodansha and Shueisha opened a merged official site for Shōnen Janmaga Gakuen on April 8. The site requests member’s date of birth and it’s just open to readers younger than 23. The site outlines itself as a genuine school where all the learning materials are manga magazines.