Jaco the Galactic Patrolman Review

Jaco the Galactic Patrolman Author: Akira Toriyama Artist: Akira Toriyama Publisher: Viz Media Release Date: January 6, 2015 Price: $9.99 – Available Here Overview Akira Toriyama is a name that almost every anime and manga fan knows. With his manga Dragon Ball he managed to create a series that to this day remains one of the most recognized anime in the West with Dragon Ball Z. While he has ...

Jaco The Galactic Patrolman manga to be released in early January 2015

Earlier this year Viz Media announced that they had acquired the license to release Jaco The Galactic Patrolman in North America and now they have announced when fans of the legendary Akira Toriyama can expect the first and only volume of his latest manga to be released in English. Viz is planning on releasing Jaco The Galactic Patrolman on January 6th on both digital marketplaces and in print. Th...

New Dragon Ball Minus Manga Reveals Goku’s Mother

Jaco the Galactic Patrolman is the latest manga by Akira Toriyama, the mastermind behind Dragon Ball and the following Z franchise. His newest manga features a few special links between the two worlds and with the full collection being released, Dragon Ball Minus has been included as a bonus manga. What’s special about Dragon Ball Minus is that it predates anything seen in the Dragon Ball un...

Viz licenses Assassination Classroom, Resident Evil, and Jaco the Galactic Patrolman manga

After announcing earlier today that they had picked up two shojo style manga, Viz Media has come forth with three new licenses, one of which many fans have been hoping for for quite some time. The company has announced that they have picked up the license for Assassination Classroom, the Resident Evil manga, and Jaco the Galactic Patrolman. Assassination Classroom has been running in Japan for qui...

Akira Toriyami Finally Reveals The Mother Of Goku

For all these years no Dragon ball Z fan has ever known Goku’s full origins, yes we were introduced to his father before his untimely death and, yes, we know that he had a Superman-esque departure from his planet as a baby but we were never aware of the woman who carried this powerful child for 9 months or however long Saiyans stay in the womb, some of us probably never even though about her...

Weekly Shonen Jump goes digital in Japan

Following suit of the North American version of Weekly Shonen Jump, the original Japanese Weekly Shonen Jump magazine is now officially going digitally, with releases coming on the same-day as the print issues of the magazine. This is certainly big news for the manga industry in Japan which has for the most part struggled with the transition into the digital age. This year’s 33rd issue of We...

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