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Weekly Shonen Jump is a weekly magazine. Commonly referred to as "Weekly Jump", it contains many popular manga titles, with a chapter and some color spreads each week. There are many other weekly magazines featuring manga, all published by Shueisha, including Young Jump and Monthly Jump.
The Term ShonenEdit
Shonen is a Japanese word commonly used to refer to teenage and pre-teen boys, which is Shonen Jump's main demographic, although a large minority of readers are actually young girls around the same age.
Weekly Shonen Jump publishes a chapter of each manga featured each week on Monday (occasionally Saturday when the printing schedule is affected by holidays). Many of these manga are very popular, and commonly become anime, some even going on to be large, popular anime series, such as One Piece, Naruto, Bleach, Toriko, Dragon Ball, Yu-Gi-Oh!, and Rorouni Kenshin. Scanlators usually scan these by about Thursday in the U.S. Paper quality is not too good in Weekly Shonen Jump, usually being a yellowish color. Often manga are released in tankobon volumes with higher quality printing material.
Over One Piece's run in Shonen Jump, it has been featured on a number of covers over the years.
|Issue 34||Issue 17||Issue 24||Issue 5-6||Issue 16||Issue 15|
|Issue 46||Issue 26||Issue 35||Issue 16||Issue 19||Issue 22-23|
|Issue 50||Issue 29||Issue 37-38||Issue 36-37||Issue 33||Issue 37-38|
|Issue 47||Issue 45||Issue 42||Issue 41||Issue 50|
|Issue 50||Issue 49||Issue 44|
|Issue 13||Issue 14||Issue 13||Issue 13||Issue 13||Issue 13|
|Issue 25||Issue 25||Issue 14||Issue 17||Issue 17||Issue 29|
|Issue 32||Issue 43||Issue 39||Issue 24||Issue 26||Issue 44|
|Issue 47||Issue 43||Issue 29||Issue 34||Issue 49|
|Issue 48||Issue 47||Issue 43|
|Issue 12||Issue 1||Issue 9||Issue 16||Issue 2||Issue 30|
|Issue 18||Issue 2||Issue 16||Issue 47||Issue 3||Issue 47|
|Issue 30||Issue 5-6||Issue 25||Issue 4-5|
|Issue 48||Issue 16||Issue 28||Issue 13|
|Issue 53||Issue 28||Issue 45||Issue 18|
|Issue 44||Issue 28|
|Issue 50||Issue 46|
|Issue 10||Issue 1||Issue 1|
|Issue 15||Issue 13|
|Issue 30||Issue 18|
|Issue 45||Issue 29|
Shonen Jump HeroesEdit
Covers that feature One Piece characters with other heroes from the magazine.
|Issue 4-5||Issue 4-5||Issue 3-4||Issue 3-4||Issue 4-5|
|Issue 6||Issue 6||Issue 21-22||Issue 5-6|
|Issue 22-23||Issue 46||Issue 21-22|
|Issue 5||Issue 4-5||Issue 3-4||Issue 4-5||Issue 4-5||Issue 4-5|
|Issue 6-7||Issue 6-7||Issue 5-6||Issue 6-7||Issue 6-7||Issue 6-7|
|Issue 22-23||Issue 21-22||Issue 21-22||Issue 22-23||Issue 18|
|Issue 36-37||Issue 36-37||Issue 36-37||Issue 34|
|Jump Heroes||Issue 37-38|
|Issue 4-5||Issue 21-22||Issue 3-4||Issue 3-4||Issue 6-7||Issue 4-5|
|Issue 6-7||Issue 36-37||Issue 5-6||Issue 5-6||Issue 22-23||Issue 6-7|
|Issue 22-23||Issue 20-21||Issue 21-22||Issue 33||Issue 16|
|Issue 37-38||Issue 35-36||Issue 36-37||Issue 37-38||Issue 22-23|
|Issue 4-5||Issue 3-4|
|Issue 6-7||Issue 5-6|
|Issue 19||Issue 21-22|
|Issue 22-23||Issue 36-37|