This Week's Issue!

 

Cover
art by Masashi Kishimoto
Our regular designer was on vacation, so this cover may look a little different. In fact, it's quite a bit different. Brighter and more colorful! Our usual designer tends to go with darker colors, because it matches the darkness in his soul. That's my guess. Anyway, enjoy this super colorful Naruto cover! 

Naruto
by Masashi Kishimoto
The fight against Kaguya heats up...literally! Naruto and crew find themselves battling over a pool of red-hot lava! And with the whole world under Kaguya's genjutsu, this looks like the last stand for humanity! Can they take her down, or will they end up deep-fried ninjas! 

Hunter x Hunter
by Yoshihiro Togashi
You'll never guess who gets invited to join the Zodiacs and explore the Dark Continent! While he's all ready to go, the next person who gets invited is a little bit more fickle. Plus, Ging and Pariston have a heart-to-heart that lays it all out on the table. Both have their reasons for going on the expedition, but one of theirs is less than noble. 

Stealth Symphony
story by Ryohgo Narita, art by Yoichi Amano 
Shocking new details about Jig are revealed in this chapter! We've already known there is something dark and mysterious about his past, but this chapter will make you see him in a whole new light. Or maybe a whole new darkness... And he seemed like such a nice kid! 

Toriko
by Mitsutoshi Shimabukuro
The gourmet gobbling continues at the strange and delicious Hex Food World! Toriko and friends have a mission to meet the town mayor Daruma, but there's some bad news—he's on death's door! Will they have time to find out what they need to know in time?

Nisekoi
by Naoshi Komi
Major happenings in Nisekoi this week! Yui makes a major declaration about Raku to Chitoge! One that can change the landscape entirely! Looks like the contest for Raku's heart just got real. 

World Trigger
by Daisuke Ashihara
Yuma takes on Viza! Youth and power versus age and experience! While Yuma may be young, he's got a lot of tricks up his sleeve, including some Viza has never seen. But don't underestimate the wisdom of the elderly! Especially in battle!

Nisekoi x My Love Story!! Boys' Side
by Naoshi Komi and Kazune Kawahara
It's a special collabo manga like none we've every seen here at Weekly Shonen Jump! A shonen manga mixed with a shojo one? How is it possible? Well, Nisekoi's not your average shonen manga. And My Love Story!!'s not your average shojo. Both are comedic and feature main characters with girl problems. Nisekoi's Raku has a problem of having too many ladies in his life. And My Love Story!!'s Takeo is a nice guy, but unfortunately he looks like an angry pro-wrestler and can't find a girlfriend. What happens when you mix the two? BTW, it's called "Boys' Side," because we're going to get another chapter in the future that tells the same story, but from the girl's side. How cool is that?

My Love Story!! Special Preview!
by  Kazune Kawahara
Takeo's a nice guy. He really is! But unfortunately, he looks like an angry brute. And he's not the most eloquent chap. And he has no luck with the ladies, whatsoever. His best friend Suna, on the other hand, is the total opposite of him. He's slim, handsome, and all the ladies love them. But he doesn't seem to care. Can Takeo find the girl that sees him for who he really is? And just what does Suna get out being friends with Takeo anyway? Find out in this most unorthodox shojo manga! 

Extras: Author Comments, Nihongo Lesson. 

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by Urian Brown

Comments

Submitted by Morte on Tue, 06/17/2014 - 02:45

So why can't I access my manga outside of the phone app? Whenever I try to read the new issue, I just get redirected to the app store.

Submitted by John Bae on Tue, 06/17/2014 - 13:01

When on phones, you have to read our manga via the VIZ MEDIA app. Just download that.
Submitted by Morte on Sun, 06/22/2014 - 04:58

That makes enough sense, but for some reason, whenever I try to access my manga via my pc, I end up getting redirected to the itunes app.

Submitted by DragonOsman on Mon, 06/23/2014 - 16:41

Yeah; before, I could also just read manga on the Shonen Jump manga browser while on my laptop, but now I'll have to read it on my mom's iPhone (she doesn't have the app installed, so I'll have to convince her to buy the app so I can read manga on it - she probably won't allow it, though).

It's still so cool though, that this site allows fans to read the chapters on the same day the become available in Japan (or so it says). They even have chapter summaries for the latest chapter on displayed on the site, which is also really cool.