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    Multiversity Manga Club Podcast, Episode 48: April 2020 in Shonen Jump

    By and | May 1st, 2020
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    It’s the first Multiversity Manga Club episode of the month, which means we’re looking back at the month of April in Shonen Jump! In particular we discuss the two new series of April, “Moriking” and “Bone Collection,” as well as a periodic check-in on the unofficial Shonen Jump “rankings.” Join us two weeks from now as our “One Piece” book club continues, discussing the Drum Island arc of the Baroque Works saga (chapters 130-154), which introduces the lovable reindeer doctor Tony Tony Chopper. And if you want to tweet through it with us, be sure to use the #OnePieceClub hashtag!

    Don’t forget to check out our weekly check ins on Shonen Jump, Wednesdays at 2pm. Check out our full archives here.

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    Walt Richardson

    Walt is a former editor for Multiversity Comics and current podcaster/ne'er-do-well. Follow him on Twitter @goodbyetoashoe... if you dare!

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    Emily Myers

    Emily is one of the hosts of the Manga Club podcast. Her main weakness is that she continues to acquire more and more books, comics, and video games despite an already immense backlog. Find her on Twitter @1000Throws and remind her to read that series she's been sitting on for five years before getting into a new one.

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    Multiversity Manga Club Podcast, Episode 50: May 2020 in Shonen Jump

    By and | Jun 5, 2020 | Podcasts

    It’s the first Multiversity Manga Club episode of the month, which means we’re looking back at the month of May in Shonen Jump! In particular we discuss the one-shot “Yugen’s All-Ghouls Homeroom,” the new series “Time Paradox Ghostwriter,” and the finale of “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba.” We also have our periodic check-in on the […]

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