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Saikyō Jump
最強ジャンプ
Saikyo-jump-2021-logo-refresh.png
Saikyō Jump 2021 Updated Logo
Categories Shōnen manga, anime, video games
Frequency Monthly
Circulation 130,000[1]
Publisher Shueisha Inc.
First Issue 2010
Country Japan
Language Japanese
Website Official Website
v · d · e

Saikyō Jump (最強ジャンプ Saikyō Janpu; styled as "Super Strong Jump" in its earliest issues, and often called "The Strongest Jump") is currently a monthly magazine published both in print and digitally in Japan by Shueisha, originally launched as a joint publication between Weekly Shōnen Jump and V-Jump[2]. The magazine's focus is spin-off and supplementary manga series aimed at a young audience, while also including game promotions, news coverage, and more.

Saikyō Jump launched 03 December 2010 (then as a quarterly publication). Issues in the current, monthly publication format are forward-dated for the next month and are released on the fourth day of the prior month.

History

Original Saikyō Jump logo used from 2010 to 2021
Original Saikyō Jump mascot character design by Eiichiro Oda[3]
Side column from a Jump Victory Carnival 2014 promotion featuring the Saikyō Jump mascot character "Pharaon" and the V-Jump mascot character "V-Long"[4]

Saikyō Jump began as a quarterly publication releasing in December 2010, April 2011, August 2011, and October 2011, with Hiroyuki Nakano serving as deputy editor.[5]

The magazine's first two issues were larger-sized (AB; 21 × 25.7 cm), with the third issue shifting down to its current size (A5; 14.5 × 21 cm).

A mascot for the magazine — later named ファラオン Faraon — was designed by One Piece's Eiichiro Oda.[3]

The magazine shifted to a monthly publication schedule in December 2011 (with its respective January 2012 issue)[6], running through August 2014 (with its respective September 2014 issue). The magazine shifted to a bimonthly schedule in October 2014 (with its respective September 2014 issue), running through April 2021 (with its respective May 2021 issue). In summer 2021 the magazine went on a brief hiatus for a branding refresh, re-emerging in August 2021 (with its respective September 2021 issue) as a monthly publication once more[7], now also published digitally alongside its traditional print publication.

Beginning in 2012, Shueisha's Saikyō Jump and V-Jump magazines began hosting a special summer fan/media/promotional event called "Saikyō V-Jump Festa"[a], held once each in Tokyo and Osaka in July. The event continued in 2014 under the new name of "Jump Victory Carnival" which continues to this day, though no event was held in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[8]

Demographics

For calendar year 2018, Shueisha reported Saikyō Jump's 150,000 circulation readership as 58.5% upper elementary school, 28% lower middle school, 11% middle school, and 2.5% high school or older.[9]

For calendar year 2019, Shueisha reported Saikyō Jump's circulation down at 130,000, with readership as 58.5% upper elementary school, 28% lower middle school, 11% middle school, and 2.5% high school or older.[1]

General Content

Saikyō Jump's primary focus is juvenile, spin-off adaptations of popular Jump series such as Dragon Ball, One Piece, Naruto, Toriko, Katekyō Hitman Reborn!, etc. New authors and artists are recruited to produce these works, rather than the respective series' original author. These new artists may move from one series to another as series conclude or are cancelled in favor of others; for example, Katsuki Hirose's Dragon Ball Discross Divine Power God MAX!! ran for 11 chapters (concluding in the November 2016 issue) and was replaced with a new Digimon comic by Hirose that same issue, while Hiroshi Otogi began DeSpo FighterZ (starting in the September 2018 issue) shortly after the end of Dragon Ball Fusions the Manga!! (which concluded in the May 2018 issue).

Similar to Weekly Shōnen Jump, the various manga series are each printed on a different colored shade of newsprint-like paper. Certain series and special chapters, such as all mainline Dragon Ball SD chapters, are printed in full-color on semi-glossy paper.

Each issue opens with various full-color pages promoting new and upcoming video games, manga, anime, etc.

Each issue concludes with a page of brief (generally one- to two-sentence) comments from all of its respective manga contributors.

Current Series

The following ongoing series currently run in Saikyō Jump (as of the November 2021 issue; additional one-shots may also be published in any given issue):

Series Icon Series Title Source Series Author Debut Issue
Saikyo-jump-manga-series-icon-kimetsu-gakuen.png キメツ学園!
Kimetsu Gakuen!
Demon Academy!
Demon Slayer Natsuki Hogami[b] September 2021[10]
(04 August 2021)
Saikyo-jump-manga-series-icon-sdbh-bbm.png スーパードラゴンボールヒーローズビッグバンミッション!!!
Sūpā Doragon Boru Hīrōzu Biggu Ban Misshon!!!
Super Dragon Ball Heroes: Big Bang Mission!!!
Dragon Ball Yoshitaka Nagayama May 2020[11][12][13]
(02 April 2020)
Saikyo-jump-manga-series-icon-sdbh-avatars.png スーパードラゴンボールヒーローズアバターズ!!
Sūpā Doragon Boru Hīrōzu Abatāzu!!
Super Dragon Ball Heroes: Avatars!!
Dragon Ball Yūji Kasai September 2021[14][15]
(04 August 2021)
Saikyo-jump-manga-series-icon-one-piece-gakuen.png ONE PIECE学園
Wan Piisu Gakuen
One Piece Academy
One Piece Kōji Sōhei September 2019[16][17]
(02 August 2019)
Saikyo-jump-manga-series-icon-yugioh-rush-duel-lp.png 遊戯王ラッシュデュエルLP
Yugiō Rasshu Dyueru Eru Pii
Yu-Gi-Oh! Rush Duel LP
Yu-Gi-Oh! Akihiro Tomonaga September 2021[18][17][15]
(04 August 2021)
Saikyo-jump-manga-series-icon-yugioh-sevens-my-road-academy.png 遊戯王SEVENSボクの発明学園
Yugiō Sebensu Boku no Rōdo Gakuen
Yu-Gi-Oh! Sevens: My Road Academy[c]
Yu-Gi-Oh! Megumi Sasaki September 2020[19][20]
(04 August 2020)
Saikyo-jump-manga-series-icon-my-hero-team-up.png 僕のヒーローアカデミアチームアップミッション
Boku no Hiirō Akademia Chiimu Appu Misshon
My Hero Academia: Team Up Mission
My Hero Academia Akiyama Yōkō September 2019[21][17]
(02 August 2019)
Saikyo-jump-manga-series-icon-dragon-quest-dai-xross-blade.png ドラゴンクエストダイの大冒険クロスブレイド
Doragon Kuesuto Dai no Daibōken Kurosu Bureido
Dragon Quest: The Adventure of Dai Xross Blade[d]
Dragon Quest Yoshikazu Amami November 2020[22][23]
(01 October 2020)
Saikyo-jump-manga-series-icon-oshiri-dandy.png おしりダンディザ・ヤング
Oshiri Dandi Za Yangu
Oshiri Dandy The Young[e]
Butt Detective Draft / Supervision: Troll
Original Work / Series Composer: Robinson Haruhara
Drawings: Akihiro Kikuchi
May 2020[24][13]
(02 April 2020)
Saikyo-jump-manga-series-icon-dbgt-anime-comic.png ドラゴンボールGTアニメコミック
Doragon Bōru GT Anime Komikku
Dragon Ball GT Anime Comic
Dragon Ball Original Work: Akira Toriyama
© Bird Studio / Shueisha · Toei Animation
January 2014[25][26]
(04 December 2013)
Saikyo-jump-manga-series-icon-mukimukikun.png 筋魂!ムキムキくん
Suji Tamashii! Mukimuki-kun
Muscle Soul! Mukimuki-kun
n/a Simon Seki'i July 2020[27]
(04 June 2020)
Saikyo-jump-manga-series-icon-buttobuster.png 人機一体ブットバスター
Jinki Ittai Buttobasutā
Buttobuster Naoki Iwamoto
© TOMY
November 2021[28]
(04 October 2021)
Saikyo-jump-manga-series-icon-digimon.png デジモンドリーマーズ
Dejimon Dorīmāzu
Digimon Dreamers
Digimon Manga: Tenya Yabuno
Supervision: Akiyoshi Hongō
November 2021[29][30]
(04 October 2021)
Saikyo-jump-manga-series-icon-yogoremon.png ハイパーポジティブよごれモン
Haipā Pojitibu Yogoremon
Hyper Positive Yogoremon
Hyper Positive Yogoremon Akiyasu Nishimura November 2021[31]
(04 October 2021)

Dragon Ball

Overview

Saikyō Jump's initial quarterly publication ran through four chapters of Dragon Ball SD by Naho Ooishi, with each chapter retelling a training or overall story arc from the life of Son Goku. The series received a reboot in the first monthly publication, effectively starting over at the very beginning of the original Dragon Ball series. The series remained a Saikyō Jump tent-pole through the May 2021 issue, at which point the series was cycled out of the print publication (ahead of that summer's hiatus and refresh), switching instead to an online-only YouTube version.

As Dragon Ball Heroes released to arcades and gained in popularity, more series related to the game were published in Saikyō Jump, including the Dragon Ball GT Anime Comic in the January 2014 issue, and various Super Dragon Ball Heroes-branded series beginning in the January 2016 issue, running through today.

Various other video games have been mined for Saikyō Jump comics over the years, including the arcade game Dragon Ball Discross for Dragon Ball Discross Divine Power God MAX!! , the Nintendo 3DS game Dragon Ball Fusions for Dragon Ball Fusions the Manga!!, and the console fighting game Dragon Ball FighterZ for DeSpo FighterZ.

Saikyō Jump occasionally reprints single chapters for other supplemental Dragon Ball material, such as Neko Majin, Episode of Bardock and The Case of Being Reincarnated as Yamcha.

Ongoing Dedicated Print Series

The following series are currently running on a regular monthly schedule in Saikyō Jump:

Debut Title Page Series Author Debut Issue Collected Volumes Chapters
Dragon-ball-gt-anime-comic-chapter-1-title-page.png ドラゴンボールGTアニメコミック
Doragon Bōru GT Anime Komikku
Dragon Ball GT Anime Comic
Original Work: Akira Toriyama
© Bird Studio / Shueisha · Toei Animation
January 2014
(04 December 2013)
Yes 50+
Takes screen shots from the Dragon Ball GT television series and arranges them into manga format (known as "anime comic" or "animanga"). Began with the Evil Dragons arc to tie-in with the (then-contemporary) Dragon Ball GT content in the Dragon Ball Heroes arcade game, and cycling back to the proper beginning of the series after reaching the end point.
Big-bang-mission-chapter-1-title-stitch.png スーパードラゴンボールヒーローズビッグバンミッション!!!
Sūpā Doragon Boru Hīrōzu Biggu Ban Misshon!!!
Super Dragon Ball Heroes: Big Bang Mission!!!
Yoshitaka Nagayama May 2020
(02 April 2020)
Yes 10+
A continuation of the previous Dark Demon Realm Mission! and Universe Mission!! series using the new Super Dragon Ball Heroes characters and mission sets as a basis.
Super-dragon-ball-heroes-avatars-chapter-1-title.png スーパードラゴンボールヒーローズアバターズ!!
Sūpā Doragon Boru Hīrōzu Abatāzu!!
Super Dragon Ball Heroes: Avatars!!
Yūji Kasai September 2021
(04 August 2021)
No 3+
TBD

Ongoing Dedicated Online Series

The following series are currently running on a regular schedule in online/digital-only offshoots of Saikyō Jump:

Debut Title Page Series Author Debut Issue Collected Volumes Chapters
Dbsdchp1titlepage.png ドラゴンボール SD
Doragon Bōru SD
Dragon Ball SD
Naho Ooishi Winter 2011
(03 December 2010)
Yes 70+
A re-telling of the original series in "super deformed" style. Dragon Ball SD began with the magazine's original four quarterly issues by skipping around to various points in the series, but switched to a total re-telling beginning with the magazine's monthly format switch. This has otherwise remained the same since then, barring its original training arc and time-skip to the Saiyan arc. Dragon Ball SD was a mainstay in the magazine, appearing in every issue except the January 2017 and November 2020 issues until its relegation to a video-only series in summer 2021. Dragon Ball SD is the only Dragon Ball comic in the magazine consistently printed in its entirety in full color on semi-glossy pages. Dragon Ball SD was the first series of Dragon Ball content within Saikyō Jump to receive a collected edition release, which begins with the monthly reboot content; the original four quarterly chapters have never been reprinted.

Retired/Concluded Dedicated Series

The following series have concluded after running their course in Saikyō Jump:

Debut Title Page Series Author Debut Issue Final Issue Collected Volumes Chapters
Super-charisma-mission-chapter-1-title.png ドラゴンボールヒーローズ超カリスマミッション!
Doragon Bōru Hīrōzu Sūpā Karisuma Misshon!
Dragon Ball Heroes: Super Charisma Mission!
Yoshitaka Nagayama July 2014
(04 June 2014)
July 2016
(03 June 2016)
No TBD[32]
Engineer Yoshito, Battle Navigator Tsubasa, and Battle Princess Momo illustrate the various features of the Dragon Ball Heroes arcade game in comedic ways. The series (and its author, Yoshitaka Nagayama) previously debuted with a special "Rookie Charisma Mission 0" in the December 2013 issue.
Discross-manga-chapter-1-title-page.png ドラゴンボールディスクロス神力ゴッドMAX!!
Doragon Bōru Disukurosu Shin-Ryoku Goddo Makkusu! !
Dragon Ball Discross Divine Power God MAX!!
Katsuki Hirose May 2015
(03 April 2015)
November 2016
(01 October 2016)
No 11
+ bonuses
A series with heroes using the various Dragon World characters and transformations in conjunction with the (now discontinued) Dragon Ball Discross arcade game.
Dragon-ball-fusions-manga-chp01-title.png ドラゴンボールフュージョンズ the MANGA!!
Doragon Bōru Fyūjonzu the MANGA!!
Dragon Ball Fusions the Manga!!
Hiroshi Otogi May 2016
(01 April 2016)
May 2018
(06 April 2018)
No 13
+ bonuses
A series telling the story of Tekka and Pinich from the Nintendo 3DS game Dragon Ball Fusions as the kids fall into a mixed-up time/space Dragon World.
Darkdemonrealm debut.png スーパードラゴンボールヒーローズ暗黒魔界ミッション!
Sūpā Doragon Bōru Hīrōzu Ankokumakai Misshon!
Super Dragon Ball Heroes: Dark Demon Realm Mission!
Yoshitaka Nagayama September 2016
(05 August 2016)
March 2020
(01 February 2020)
Yes 17
+ bonuses
Initially replacing the previous Dragon Ball Heroes: Super Charisma Mission! series[33], Dark Demon Realm Mission! tells a story using the new Super Dragon Ball Heroes characters and mission sets as a basis. The series was directly continued by Super Dragon Ball Heroes: Universe Mission!!, and then returned after a yearlong hiatus, running concurrently alongside the continuing Universe Mission!! series, until both series ended simultaneously to be replaced by Super Dragon Ball Heroes: Big Bang Mission!!!
Ultimate-charisma-mission-debut-title-page.png スーパードラゴンボールヒーローズ極カリスマミッション!!
Sūpā Doragon Bōru Hīrōzu Arutimetto Karisuma Misshon!!
Super Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Charisma Mission!!
Yoshitaka Nagayama March 2017
(03 February 2017)
January 2020
(06 December 2019)
No TBD[34]
A revival/continuation of the previous Charisma Mission series. Engineer Yoshito, Battle Navigator Tsubasa, and Battle Princess Momo illustrate the various features of the Dragon Ball Heroes arcade game in comedic ways.
Universe-mission-manga-debut-title-page.jpg スーパードラゴンボールヒーローズユニバースミッション!!
Sūpā Doragonboru Hīrōzu Yunibāsu Misshon!!
Super Dragon Ball Heroes: Universe Mission!!
Yoshitaka Nagayama May 2018
(06 April 2018)
March 2020
(01 February 2020)
Yes 12
+ bonuses
Originally positioned as a direct continuation of the previous Dark Demon Realm Mission! series before cementing itself as a contemporaneous spin-off, Universe Mission!! tells a story using the new Super Dragon Ball Heroes characters and mission sets as a basis, until its eventual replacement by Super Dragon Ball Heroes: Big Bang Mission!!!
Despo-fighterz-promo.png DeスポファイターZ
Desupo Faitāzu
DeSpo FighterZ
Hiroshi Otogi September 2018
(03 August 2018)
September 2020
(04 August 2020)
Yes 13
+ bonuses
A series following a group of young protagonists in a world obsessed with eSports as they attempt to become the ultimate Dragon Ball FighterZ pro-gamers, released in conjunction with Dragon Ball FighterZ and its Nintendo Switch port.

One-Shot/Prototype Series

The following series saw a single chapter printed which eventually led to a proper serialization later in Saikyō Jump:

Debut Title Page Series Author Debut Issue Collected
Dbh-rookie-charisma-mission-zero-title-page.png ドラゴンボールヒーローズルーキーカリスマミッション0
Doragon Bōru Hīrōzu Rūkī Karisuma Misshon Zero
Dragon Ball Heroes: Rookie Charisma Mission 0
Yoshitaka Nagayama December 2013
(02 November 2013)
Printed within the magazine's 100-page supplemental "Dragon Ball Heroes: Entry Book 0" book.
No
Engineer Yoshito, Battle Navigator Tsubasa, and Battle Princess Momo illustrate the various features of the Dragon Ball Heroes arcade game in comedic ways.
Sdbh-gaiden-avatar-story-title-page.png スーパードラゴンボールヒーローズ外伝アバター物語!!
Sūpā Doragon Boru Hīrōzu Gaiden Abatā Sutōrii!!
Super Dragon Ball Heroes Side-Story: Avatar Story!!
Yūji Kasai January 2021
(04 February 2021)
No
TBD. Though the chapter's title is written in Japanese with the kanji 物語 (normally read as monogatari), the ストーリー furigana atop indicates a pronunciation of sutōrii (the English word "story").

Special Crossovers

Short chapters or special appearances by other authors featuring the Dragon Ball characters:

  • The Tale of Isobe Isobei: It's Tough Being in the Floating World
    • Penned by its author Ryō Nakama, a five-page chapter (one title page and four content pages) in the July 2014 issue featured a crossover with Dragon Ball. A young Son Goku encounters the titular Isobei, who is reading a book of shunga (erotic ukiyo-e prints). Goku asks what he is reading, then introduces himself as Goku. However, he misunderstands the archaic language in Isobei's own self-introduction, and starts calling the samurai "Desōrō" (an old-fashioned copula which takes the place of desu or de gozaru for samurai.) As Isobei continues to try to explain to Goku who he is, he mentions that he could fell the tree behind him in a single stroke, so Goku attempts the same using his fist, doing so easily. As Isobei feigns drowsiness in order to avoid having to show off his own strength, the Turtle Hermit shows up and takes the book of dirty pictures while Goku waves goodbye to "Desōrō".

Guest Appearances

Short chapters or single-page cameos from series published in other Shueisha magazines (such as V-Jump) occasionally appear in Saikyō Jump.

Singular Reprints

Series that were originally printed elsewhere occasionally make reprise appearances in Saikyō Jump, generally tied to a new collected edition release, relevant video game appearances, etc.

40th Tribute Dragon Ball Super Gallery

Back cover of the September 2021 Saikyō Jump issue featuring the debut "40th Tribute Dragon Ball Super Gallery" entry from Naruto author Masashi Kishimoto

Beginning with the magazine's September 2021 issue refresh, and looking ahead to the series' 40th anniversary in November 2024, each issue's back cover began featuring different artists all contribute their own spin on the original 42 tankōbon covers along with a respective comment in a new "40th Tribute Dragon Ball Super Gallery".[35][36]

Issue Artist Tankōbon More Info
September 2021 Masashi Kishimoto 11 Kanzenshuu Article
October 2021 Tite Kubo 27 Kanzenshuu Article
November 2021 Osamu Akimoto 28 Kanzenshuu Article

Notable Interviews/Q&As

Notable Supplemental Pack-ins

"Saiyan Super Strongest Comics" supplemental pack-in booklet from the January 2018 issue

Certain issues of Saikyō Jump come packed with supplemental booklets, cards, and occasionally larger bonuses such as DVDs... or even winter gloves.[37]

External Links

Notes

  1. Not to be confused with Jump Festa, a separate event held each winter, of which Saikyō Jump has also been a sponsor of since 2012.
  2. Often erroneously listed as "Natsuki Hokami"
  3. The series' subtitle has furigana provided above 発明 reading as ロード (Rōdo) rather than a standard kanji reading of Hatsumei
  4. The series name is stylized in the Latin alphabet as "Xross Blade" as opposed to a standard "Cross Blade" reading.
  5. "Oshiri" means "butt" (the main character's face looks like a butt), but the series style is stylized in English directly as "Oshiri Dandy The Young".

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