Top 10 Female Shonen Mangaka


Appreciation for women in the manga industry has spilled forth from this latest ranking, which sorts the most entertaining female mangaka to have penned shonen manga – causing the creator of one dog warrior series to surpass the might of Full Metal Alchemist’s.

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  • Anonymous commented on November 23, 2017 14:14

    Shounen, shoujo, seinen, josei, they are an outdated system to differentiate demographics in magazines and manga to divide them according to sex and age (japan only, a western similar system is the PEGI one, both... More

  • Anonymous commented on November 22, 2017 04:46

    Tenkla is her name for shounen works.... More

New Inuyasha TV Anime Confirmed


Long running classic Inuyasha is set to be given a new series dealing with the as yet unanimated portions of the manga (which itself finally concluded after a marathon run some time ago).

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  • Anonymous commented on April 2, 2011 16:43

    *Passes Anon a Shotgun with 1 round* Do the world a favor...... More

  • Anonymous commented on October 7, 2009 03:46

    So wait, they're going to finish the unfinished animated series? But why, any real inuyasha fan would have just found a website that had the manga scans. Just do some reading. Beside it's better because... More

Rumiko Takahashi & Mitsuru Adachi Web Comic Debuts


Shogakukan has posted a web comic titled “My Sweet Sunday” which is drawn by two highly acclaimed Shogakukan mangaka, Rumiko Takahashi and Mitsuru Adachi.

Posted on the Club Sunday section of Shogakukan’s Shonen Sunday website, this work is to celebrate the 50th annivesary of their long running magazine, Weekly Shounen Sunday.

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  • Anonymous commented on March 23, 2010 08:06

    The first manga I've ever read was GTO, then 3x3 eyes, then "Urusei Yatsura" and touch, man those were some awesome manga by major mangakas... More

  • metatron commented on March 29, 2009 23:16

    this sounds interesting...... More

New Inuyasha Anime Announced


With the long and glorious history of the manga serialisation having recently drawn to a close, Inuyasha fans may have been lamenting the demise of the long running series; this may have been premature, as now we have news of a new anime production, though only a short one.

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  • Jack Wolf commented on July 8, 2009 12:47

    when is this?? i've heard it's coming in october/november-ish 2009. true? source: More

  • Aeromax commented on April 8, 2009 03:25

    ahhhh shit... More

Inuyasha Finishes After 11 Years


Inuyasha is finally set to draw to a close after 11 years of serialisation, it has been announced in the latest instalment, with the next chapter, 558, bringing the story to an end. Creator 高橋留美 / Rumiko Takahashi is said to be planning a prompt start to a new work, to be announced soon, rather than taking the opportunity for a break. Apparently, there are also some concerns over what effect this will have on Shonen Sunday, as Inuyasha was a major title for them.

Hopefully, the series is ended in an appropriate fashion, although with 11 years and 53 volumes it seems unlikely that this was rushed. Via AnimeAnime.

  • Insani-Chan commented on March 16, 2010 23:55

    Anonymous said: Thank you for the love of God! It took 11 fucking years for them to finally get rid of this crap. I wonder how long Naruto will last.... It'll last until all the idiotic children... More

  • Anonymous commented on March 14, 2010 12:51

    Thank you for the love of God! It took 11 fucking years for them to finally get rid of this crap. I wonder how long Naruto will last....... More


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