New Update: Food Wars and Kuroko's Basketball Release New Manga in Shonen Jump By Creators

The manga has inspired three anime series, a compilation movie, and a stage play. It was one of the best-selling mangas in Japan for three years.

Jenny Tapia
April 2, 2023 1:45 PM

The creators of Food Wars and Kuroko's Basketball have released new manga in the latest round of Weekly Shonen Jump. The first manga is Tenmaku Cinema, a series from Yuto Tsukuda and Shun Saeki.

The story follows Hajime, a high school student who loves movies. As she starts to attend a private academy, her passion for film becomes more apparent.

Tenmaku Cinema

In Shonen Jump, creators of Food Wars and Kuroko's Basketball are launching new manga. Tenmaku Cinema is the first of four new manga that will launch in Weekly Shonen Jump this year.

It is a manga that follows Taiga Kagami and Tetsuya Kuroko, both of whom are members of the Seirin High School basketball team. As they try to win the national championship, their rivalry becomes a theme in the story.

The manga is written by Yuto Tsukuda and published in Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine. The series is also available in a digital format via Viz Media.

This is a series that focuses on sports and rivalry, and it is a great manga for kids. It is very popular in Japan, and it has been translated into several languages.


Creators of popular action manga such as Food Wars and Kuroko's Basketball have released new manga in Shonen Jump. Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine revealed that storywriter Yuto Tsukuda and artist Shun Saeki will launch a new series called Tenmaku Cinema in the 20th issue on April 10.

The action-comedy manga centers on a high school student named Hajime. He's an avid movie fan and loves watching movies with his friends.

Aside from that, he also enjoys playing baseball. He finds a new team, Seirin, that he enjoys playing against, and he helps them win their first game.

This is a manga that's not for everyone, but for those who like sports and cooking, this will be one you'll definitely want to read. Unlike many action manga, which are often very unrealistic and don't have much realism to them, Food Wars takes place in a real kitchen where people are actually making recipes and using actual cooking terms.

Shokugeki no Soma

The creators of the acclaimed series Food Wars and Kuroko's Basketball release new manga in Shonen Jump. The first incarnation was Shokugeki no Soma, which was created by Yuto Tsukuda and Shun Saeki sometime prior to 2011.

A young chef, Soma Yukihira, is enrolled in Totsuki Culinary Academy, an elite culinary school where students compete in shokugeki cooking competitions. He aspires to become the next great chef and surpass his father's culinary skills.

He successfully secures his spot at the school despite opposition from Erina Nakiri, the granddaughter of the Academy Director. After proving himself in a cook off, Soma gains his place in the elite ten and is able to make his father proud.

Since 2014, Viz Media has released digital and print editions of the manga in North America. They also publish a smartphone game based on the series. This game is available on iOS and Android devices.

Kuroko no Basuke

Creators Yuto Tsukuda and Shun Saeki launched Food Wars in Weekly Shonen Jump in 2012, and they're set to release a new manga in the same magazine this year. Their next title, Tenmaku Cinema, is about a high school student who loves movies.

Kuroko no Basuke is a sports manga by Tadatoshi Fujimaki that ran in Weekly Shonen Jump from 2008 to 2014. It follows Tetsuya Kuroko, a former member of the Generation of Miracles basketball team who can't dribble, doesn't shoot, and goes completely invisible on the court.

After graduation, Kuroko and the other five members of the team separate and go to different high schools. They're soon joined by incoming first-year student Taiga Kagami.

The two players are brought together on the Seirin High basketball team, where they quickly form an enviable duo. However, their unique skill sets will be put to the test when they face the rival teams of Akashi and Ogiwara, who are backed by a strong cast of professional athletes.

Jenny Tapia

Jenny Tapia is an anime lover and writer from New York City. She has been an avid fan of anime since she was a child, and her passion only grew as she got older. She has written countless articles and reviews on anime, manga, and other related topics. She has also written and edited scripts for various animated series. Her love for anime and knowledge of the medium have made her an invaluable asset to any project she takes part in. She is always looking to further her understanding and knowledge of the medium, and she is always excited to share her enthusiasm with other fans.

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