In addition to a publishing deal, the winner of Shonen Jump’s MILLION TAG web series will also receive a Netflix-produced adaptation of his manga.
The winner of Shonen Jump +The recent manga competition will receive an anime adaptation from Netflix.
Weekly Shonen JumpHe is currently streaming the “Battle Audition” web series. MILLION LABELS is a reality show that follows six teams, comprised of aspiring manga creators and veterans. Shonen jump publishers, competing to develop a new manga series. Shueisha, the owner company Weekly Shonen Jump, previously announced that the winning team would have their manga published digitally on Shonen Jump +, with the possibility of a later print publication, and would also be awarded a prize of 5 million yen (approximately $ 45,000 USD). According to Anime news networkNetflix has also announced that it will exclusively produce and stream the anime adaptation of the manga that wins the competition.
In addition to producing the anime adaptation of the winning selection, Netflix also confirmed that one of its anime producers, Kohei Obara, will act as a guest judge for the final challenge of the final episode. Obara previously produced Dragon Ball Z Kai and the Netflix-Rooster Teeth collaboration Transformers: War for Cybertron Trilogy: Siege. Obara will join the previously announced panel of judges, which includes Chainsaw man creator Tatsuki Fujimoto and Hell’s Paradise: Jigokuraku creator Yuji Kaku.
The first episode of the eighth part MILLION LABELS Series premiered in Weekly Shonen Jumpit’s official Youtube channel On July 2. The competition features four challenges judged by a panel of experts, featuring Japanese comedy troupe YONSENTOSHIN and voice actress Ayane Sakura (Persona 5 Strikers) co-host of the series.
Weekly Shonen Jump remains Japan’s most recognized and successful manga publishing magazine, having published international phenomena such as Naruto, Dragon Ball, One piece, Bleach, Hunter X Hunter, Rurouni Kenshin, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, My hero academia, Murderer of demons Y Death Note. Since its launch in 2014, Shonen Jump +, the magazine’s free digital manga publishing app, has already amassed a significant catalog of successful and exclusive manga titles, including the soon-to-be-adapted spy story Spy x Family and the recently delayed monster fighting manga Kaiju No. 8.
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