The number of printed copies of the Weekly Shonen Jump continues in decline

The number of printed copies of the Weekly Shonen Jump continues in decline

The Japan Magazine Publishers Association (JMPA) revealed that the number of printed copies of the Weekly Shonen Jump magazine from the Shueisha publisher fell to 1,371,818 copies during the period between the months of July to September 2021. The fall continues a decline Constant of circulating copies that the magazine has suffered in at least the last eight years, approaching half the number of the January-March 2014 period, which amounted to 2,715,834 copies.

The number of printed copies of the Weekly Shonen Jump continues in decline

Circulating copies of the Weekly Shonen Jump fell below the two million in 2017 to 1,915,000 copies. Then he fell below 1.6 million during the period from January to March 2020 to 1,572,833 copies, and then fell below 1.5 million to 1,475,000 during the period from October to December 2020.

The Weekly Shonen Jump is the best-selling manga magazine in the world, as well as one of the most longevas in the history of the industry, with the first edition published on August 1, 1968. The Magda Series of the Magazine are directed to Young male readers and usually contain many action scenes and a good amount of comedy. The chapters of the series that appear in the magazine are collected and published in compilation volumes under the seal "Jump Comics" every two or three months.

Source: Ann.

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