News 2 New Manga Launch in Shonen Jump+ Web Manga Site This Month
posted on 2016-02-17 18:20 EST
This year's 11th issue of Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine announced on Monday that two new manga are debuting on Shueisha's Shonen Jump+ web manga site in February.
The first manga, pictured right, is titled Tetsuwan Adam (the title references Astro Boy's Japanese title, Tetsuwan Atom, and the listed English title is "Adam the Astroboy") by Ryūkō Azuma. The magazine describes the manga:
It is the year 2045. To escape a dying Earth, mankind conducts a mass exodus to Mars. But an enemy surpassing human imagination lies in wait for them in space.
The manga debuted on the site on February 16, and is being serialized monthly.
The second manga is titled Bye Bye Jinrui (Bye Bye Humanity). Tsunezō Watanabe will write the manga, while Asami Hagiwara will draw the art. The magazine describes the manga:
A group of high school girls conduct a test of courage for kicks, but something dangerous begins to threaten their everyday life. A traditional suspense horror begins!
The manga will debut on the site on February 28, and will be serialized bi-weekly on Sundays.
Watanabe and Hagiwara previously worked together on their B-kyū Cinema Shōjo-gumi in Grindhouse (B Movie Girls in Grindhouse) web manga on Shueisha's Super Dash & Go! web manga website.