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VIZ MEDIA OFFERS NEW AND EXISTING WEEKLY SHONEN JUMP ALPHA MEMBERS A SPECIAL YU-GI-OH! TRADING CARD PREMIUM
This Week's Issue of North America's Leading Digital Manga Magazine Features Series Conclusion Of BAKUMAN? And Interview With Manga Creator Takeshi Obata
Leading manga publisher VIZ Media continues to offer a plethora of fan-favorite, must-read manga (graphic novel) content along with exclusive creator interviews and a special collectable trading card premium for WEEKLY SHONEN JUMP ALPHA members throughout the month of May.
Current WEEKLY SJ ALPHA members, as well new subscribers that secure an annual membership to North America's premier digital manga magazine, are encouraged sign up at http://www.sjalpha.com/sign-up before June 22nd, 2012 to receive a special limited edition collectable – a Slifter the Sky Dragon YU-GI-OH! promo card! Fans of the print SHONEN JUMP magazine have already been treated to two previous God Cards (Obelisk and Ra), and the trilogy is now complete with this release. Just like the other God cards, each Slifer the Sky Dragon has Kazuki Takahashi Sensei's printed signature!
Another not-to-be-missed offering will be the release of the final chapter of the smash hit series BAKUMAN?, written by Tsugumi Ohba and drawn by Takeshi Obata. The concluding chapter will debut digitally in the May 7th issue of WEEKLY SHONEN JUMP ALPHA, available on VIZManga.com/sj-weekly.
As the critically acclaimed BAKUMAN? series (rated 'T' for Teens) reaches its climactic conclusion, fictional manga creators Moritaka and Akito's series, Reversi, proves so successful they are awarded their own anime series. It's been a long wait for Moritaka, who promised Miho Azuki in middle school that they'd get married when she did the voice for a character in his anime series. With everything on the line, Miho gives the performance of a lifetime. Now, with the anime series about to air, Moritaka needs to find the perfect words to ask Miho to marry him!
As a bonus feature, available exclusively to WEEKLY SHONEN JUMP ALPHA members, the publication is proud to present a very special interview with Takeshi Obata, the renowned artist of BAKUMAN? who also created the artwork to the acclaimed series, DEATH NOTE.
Each new digital edition of WEEKLY SHONEN JUMP ALPHA treats manga fans across North America to the latest chapters of some of the world's most popular manga series only two weeks after they debut in Japan's massively popular WEEKLY SHONEN JUMP magazine.
WEEKLY SHONEN JUMP ALPHA is available through an annual membership that provides 52 weeks of digital access to 48 weekly issues for just $25.99. Single issues of WEEKLY SHONEN JUMP ALPHA can be read for four weeks for only $0.99. Each issue may be read on VIZManga.com/sj-weekly, and also on the updated VIZ Manga App for iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch. WEEKLY SHONEN JUMP ALPHA members also receive an annual collector's yearbook, 4 Yu-Gi-Oh! cards throughout the year delivered to your door, and access to exclusive content, including creator interviews and exclusive videos.
For more information on WEEKLY SHONEN JUMP ALPHA and exclusive subscriber offers, please visit SJAlpha.com.
Source: Press Release
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