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Bakuman.

Bakuman.

Moritaka Mashiro feels as if life is passing him by; with no dreams or motivation, he simply trudges through his day-to-day life. One day, after leaving his notebook behind, he returns to school only to find the smartest guy in class, Takagi, waiting for him. Takagi is happy to return the book, but only on the condition that Mashiro agrees to become a mangaka with him. Though Mashiro initially declines, he soon decides to reconsider when he discovers that the girl he likes, Azuki, dreams of becoming a voice actress. But after promising that she can have the lead role if their manga is ever adapted into an anime, he inadvertently suggests that they get married once they are both successful! Shockingly, she agrees to the proposal and Mashiro and Takagi embark on their quest to become manga artists. With Takagi writing and Mashiro drawing, does the pair have what it takes to succeed and get their manga serialized?

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Both series deal with mangaka writing series for Shonen Jump. While Time Paradox Ghostwriter does have sci-fi elements in its base story, Bakuman. is more grounded in reality.

The Right Way to Make Jump

The Right Way to Make Jump

Join a self-professed inept manga artist and his editor as they go on an adventure to learn just how Weekly Shonen Jump is made. Shonen Jump is the world’s most popular manga magazine and the birthplace of classics like Dragon Ball, Naruto and One Piece. But how did it become so successful? This duo will visit the editorial office, the printer, the paper supplier and even the home of My Hero Academia creator Kohei Horikoshi—anything to uncover the secrets of Shonen Jump!

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Hetappi Manga Kenkyuujo R

Hetappi Manga Kenkyuujo R

Saitou, an editor at Weekly Shounen Jump is tired of his work, tired of being forced to work like a slave while receiving a small salary. He decides to be a Mangaka and dreams of getting rich quick. Then he looks for Murata Yuusuke, Mangaka of "Eyeshield 21," and threatens him and gets him to teach him how to draw manga. Murata starts with the description of the basic tools, tips on how to draw a face, body, girl, etc. They also receive special guests as lecturers, like Kawashita Mizuki (Ichigo 100%), Matsui Yuusei (Nougami Neuro), and Shimabukuro Mitsutoshi (Toriko).

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Shimekirisama ni Oyurushi o

Shimekirisama ni Oyurushi o

A mangaka summons a spirit that helps him meet deadlines at the cost of his health.

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Hitman

Hitman

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Repeating Your End Together

"Things I wanted to re-do seem to be endless..." An elite Office Lady, Komori, has a unique ability to do minimum time looping but the limit suddenly turn into 10 years when she got in an accident. The one who greets her in the high-school-past was that man, who had live in Komori's heart for a long time... sometimes remembered as a smiling nerd, sometimes as a lifeless body that Komori couldn't save.

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This is the tale of how Adachi Mitsuru went from being an assistant artist on a weekly manga to the superstar manga-ka we know him to be today. But it’s told (and written by) Mitsuru’s older brother Tsutomu, who was also an assistant artist early on in their careers…

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Moeyo Pen

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Welcome to Honoh Productions, where a crackpot team works to create the next big action-packed manga. Spearheaded by the eccentric Moyuru Honoo, he and his long-suffering assistants will fight with all their might on the battlefield that is the manga industry. Whether its struggling to meet deadlines, negotiating the end of a series with a bodacious editor who won't say no, or going through the soul-crushing process of constant redraws, Moyuru's journey is full of thrilling ups and downs!

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Yoshi no Zuikara: The Frog in the Well Does Not Know the Ocean

A new story about one man's creative struggles. Can a ten-year manga artist with experience only in the fantasy genre pivot to drawing a down-to-Earth story about regular folks? It's sink-or-swim for Naruhiko Toono and his career!

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