Two of Japan’s biggest shonen magazines, Shonen Jump (My Hero Academia, One Piece, Black Clover) and Shonen Magazine (Seven Deadly Sins, Eden’s Zero) have previously teamed up for one (literally) big manga magazine. And now, they’ve teamed up once again for another colossal display, this time, with an a gigantic manga ad in Shibuya station.
The ad is more of an enormous manga mural, and it features series from either Shueisha, which publishes Jump, and Kodansha, which publishes Magazine. You can find the ad along the Tokyo Metro section of Shibuya Station, and it measures in at around 30 metres.
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The ad may be by Jump and Magazine, but it also features the other series from other magazines which are released by their respective parent companies. The series in the ad includes Haikyuu, Boruto, My Hero Academia, Black Clover, Kimetsu no Yaiba, Haikyuu!, Attack on Titan, The Seven Deadly Sins, Eden’s Zero, and many many more.
source: Sora News 24