This Week's Issue 06/15/15

Unprofessional wrestler and SJ editor Urian Brown takes a look at this week's issue. 

By Urian Brown June 15, 2015

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art by Yusuke Murata

One of the strongest heroes in Weekly Shonen Jump has finally made the cover! King! It's high time this incredibly powerful hero, and avid video gamer, gets his due! And Saitama is there, too! The look on their faces is what makes this cover hilarious. King is serene and focused on the game, and Saitama is losing it! I know that feeling all to well! 

One-Punch Man
story by ONE, art by Yusuke Murata

Trouble is brewing in the world of heroes! There's a new villain who's stirring up dust, and it has gotten everybody concerned and some even downright shaken. And it's the triumphant return of the fan favorite, Mumen Rider! 

One Punch Man

Naruto: The Seventh Hokage and the Scarlet Spring
by Masashi Kishimoto

This is it, folks! The big reveal! In this chapter many things will be discussed, but the biggest bombshell is Sarada finally finds out who her real mother is! And an old face makes an appearance with a new face! 

World Trigger
by Daisuke Ashihara

Border finally has a Neighbor captive that is willing to spill the beans on the invasion! But there's something fishy about the whole affair. Why would a Neighbor be so cooperative? Is it a trap? Does he have an ulterior motive? Find out! 

World Trigger

My Hero Academia
by Kohei Horikoshi

Now that everybody's picked their superhero name, it's time to proceed with the next step to becoming a legit hero—an internship! There are lots of places to intern, but picking the right one isn't easy. See where these heroes-in-training end up! 

Bleach
by Tite Kubo

Grimmjow's gone bananas! He's run off and started fighting on his own without waiting for the group. It's almost as if he doesn't know the value of teamwork! Or like he doesn't respect Ichigo's power. Almost! 

Bleach

Black Clover
by Yuki Tabata

The fight against the crystalline Mars continues! So far, not even Yuno has been able to put a dent in his rock hard armor, but Asta has just arrived on the scene. Will his strange lack of magical ability work in his favor again? Or has he finally met his match?

Toriko
by Mitsutoshi Shimabukuro

It's off to the Black Triangle! The groups have been divided up, and everybody is getting acquainted with their new partners. For some, it's an easy fit, but for most...not as much. Get ready for awkward conversations!

Toriko

Nisekoi
by Naoshi Komi

It's time for a Raku and Chitoge fake date! But of course, it's only fake to Raku. Little does he know, Chitoge is taking the date totally serious! Can she figure out a way to convince Raku that she's the girl for him? Or will he be his usual oblivious self? This could be the breakthrough she's been hoping for! C'mon, Raku! Can't you see what's right in front of you?!

Food Wars! Shokugeki no Soma
story by Yuto Tsukuda, art by Shun Saeki, contributor Yuki Morisaki

The School Festival is coming up shortly, but Soma still hasn't figured out what he's going to cook. In an attempt to challenge Kuga, he's decided to cook something Chinese, but there's a million different dishes from that country. Which one could possible beat the legendary mapo tofu that Kuga has planned. Looks like Soma's stuck between a wok and a hard place! Haha. Ha. Ha. (sorry)

Food Wars

Saint Seiya: Knights of the Zodiac  
by Masami Kurumada

Seiya's got his Cloth! And now he's on his way to becoming a great knight...but first he has to get by the fearsome Shina! She seems to have an issue with him having the Cloth and is determined to stop him. Can a novice like Seiya hope to beat an experienced warrior like Shina? Does Seiya's Cosmo burn bright enough? 

Knightsof Zodiac

Extras: One-Punch Man print announcement, Author Comments, Nihongo Lesson. 

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by Urian Brown