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, is a semimonthly manga anthology published by Shueisha under the Jump line of magazines. Released in Japanmarker on December 20, 1986, the magazine provides serialized chapters of various seinen manga series. The manga series are published under the Jump Comics Deluxe imprint.


History

The magazine started as a special issue of Weekly Shōnen Jump (WJ) on December 20, 1986. It later got split into its own independent bi-monthly manga anthology. It is primarily drama manga and is intended for young adult males in their early years of college. Super Jump mangaka are normally Shōnen artists from Weekly Jump, or are supported by another shōnen magazine. Some Weekly Jump series have moved with Super Jump's split, due to their higher age level (e.g. Cobra).

Very rarely Weekly Jump hands a series over to Weekly Young Jump. If it is, the manga has a much more mature audience. Shueisha (publisher of Super Jump and other Jump anthologies) is worried that if too much of the series are moved, the younger fans would be corrupted by the older, more mature series (also an issue with other major Japanese publishing companies). Business Jump, Ultra Jump, etc. are restricted from having Weekly Jump series moved into their anthologies.

On December 11, 1988 Super Jump made the special anthology; . The "Oh" in Oh Super Jump stands for "Otaku" (the name for an established anime and manga fan). Some series from the offshoot have also been moved to the main magazine in 2007.

Features

Oh Super Jump

 is an off-shoot of the leading magazine, Super Jump. Oh Super Jump started as a special issue of the main manga magazine Super Jump on January 2004. After 2004 the magazine became a monthly publication, with many serializations. Although the magazine became a monthly it still has many one-shots in addition to the main series. The "Oh" in Oh Super Jump stands for Otaku, a name for an established anime and manga fan.


Serializations

Current series

Title Began Ended Author/Illustrator
2002 Current Akira Miyashita
2008 Current Hikari Hayakawa, Kokura Hashimoto
2008 Current Ton Ōgawara
Bō Mitaki
Tsukasa Yamaguchi
2007 Current Hiroyuki Tamakoshi
2006 Current Bakunin Watanabe
2002 Current Motoka Murakami
1991 Current Aieishi, Katsura Satomi
Yasutaka Togashi
Ken'ichi Kotani
Aki Katsu
2008 Current Takeshi Takahashi
2004 Current Araki Shiro, Takeshi Nagatomo
2007 Current Ryō Kuraka, Kaoru Tsukishima
2008 Current Yūji Kitamura
2008 Current Hiroshi Hoshino
2008 Current Kichirō Nabeta, Yasuteru Iwata
2008 Current Hiroshi Hashimoto, Kensaku Watanabe, Kumichi Yoshiduki
2000 2009 Masami Kurumada


Former series

Title Began Ended Author/Illustrator
1993 1994 Masami Kurumada
Shinji Hiramatsu
Masatoshi Usune
Hikari Hayakawa, Kokura Hashimoto
Onisoto Fukunai, Washan Yamane
Sachiji Takahashi
2003 2006 Baku Yumemakura, Satoshi Noguchi
Yasuhiro Nakanishi
Yoshinobu Yamaguchi
Tsukasa Yamaguchi
Yasuhiro Nakanishi
Buichi Terasawa
Buichi Terasawa
Jun Tomizawa
Tei Ogata
Masaya Tokuhiro
Yū Terashima, Hiroshi Koizumi
Makoto Īshoku
Yoshihiro Takahashi
Ryō Kuraka, Manabu Narita
Ryōka Shū, Satoru Mori
Kengo Kaji, Hijiri Kisaki
Buichi Terasawa
Tatsuya Egawa
Kanrai Kō-samurai
Ryōka Shū, Yasuteru Iwata
Hirohiko Araki
Kazuma, Itokatsu
Masaya Tokuhiro
Kōichi Masuno
Ōmaru Takeshi, Shinji Imaizumi
Bakunin Watanabe
Kazuo Akasaka
Akira Miyashita
Kōnen Shimabukuro
Kokorozashi Motomiya
Izumi Matsumoto
Keīchi Itō
Ken'ichi Kotani
Ken'ichi Kotani
Tsunomaru
Shin Yoshikawa
Baku Yumemakura, Hideaki Koyasu, Satoshi Noguchi
Masao Yajima, Takeshi Wakasa
Tanakajun
Masao Yajima, Funwari
Takeshi Wakasa
Gatsu Jōyubi, Aokitetsuo
Ayumu Nanase
Tsuyoshi Adachi
2006 2007 Yōzōrō Kanari, Yutaka Takahashi
Keishi Edogawa, Yōji Ishiwatari
Masaya Tokuhiro
Masayuki Yamamoto
Hitoshi Kō, Shinji Imaizumi, Kisho
Shinji Hiramatsu
2000 2002 Shinji Hiramatsu
Hisashi Tanaka
2004 2004 Takaji Yamasaki
Kanrai Kō-samurai
Buronson, Tsuyoshi Adachi
Kōnen Shimabukuro
Baku Yumemakura, Yūko Umino
Hikari Hayakawa, Kokura Hashimoto
2004 2004 Motoei Shinzawa
2003 2003
2001 2002
2002 2002 Buichi Terasawa
2002 2002
2001 2002 Aieishi, Katsura Satomi


References

  1. Released in volume format as
  2. Originally in Comic Flapper.


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