Jump Festa Announces First-Ever International Panel Streams For One Piece, Dragon Ball, And More

For the first time ever, international fans will be able to officially watch panels at Shueisha’s annual Jump Festa manga convention.

Publisher Shueisha Inc. is giving international fans the chance to finally watch the panels of its Shounen jump-concerned Jump Festa for the first time in the history of the event.

For the first time ever, Jump Festa will provide archived footage from their annual event for international fans to enjoy. Jump Festa 2022 took place in Tokyo on December 18-19, 2021 and hosted a variety of panels around the magazine’s most popular titles, including my hero academia, A playand Boruto: Naruto Next Generations. 15 panels from Jump Festa 2022 will be available for worldwide streaming via the Shounen jumpthe official YouTube channel of March 7 at 7:00 a.m. PST through March 21 at 7:59 a.m. PST. The presentations will all be available with English subtitles. Despite the international popularity of many of these series, live streams and official recordings of the event were previously IP-locked and only accessible to fans located in Japan.

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Jump Festa is an annual event in Japan that showcases content through various The Shueisha’s Jump family of periodicals, which includes the flagship Weekly Shonen Jumpits digital counterpart Shounen jump+, and spin-off magazines such as Jump SQ and Saikyo Jump. The series of annual events began in 1999, welcoming fans of Jump titles to come together to celebrate and learn more about their favorite series. In person Jump participants take part in a wide variety of activities around the popular manga series published by Shueisha. Shounen jump is known for being home to a number of the greatest anime and manga series of all time, including dragonball, Bleach, naruto and the best-selling manga in history, A play.

The 23rd Annual Shueisha Gathering took place as a hybrid online and in-person event. The event took place in Chiba, Japan’s Makuhari Messe, and panels were broadcast live to viewers across Japan. Some of the most popular series featured at the event were Dr Stone, Jujutsu Kaisenand demon slayer. Notable news from this year’s event included my hero academia creator Kohei Horikoshi announcing that the series will end sometime before the end of 2022 and the start of a new trailer for Dragon Ball Super: Super heroes. A new trailer has also been unveiled for the upcoming anime adaptation of one of Shueisha’s latest hits, the spy-themed domestic comedy. Spy X Familyand the first look at the upcoming new season of the Bleach anime, now titled Bleach: Bloody Thousand Year Warwas also revealed.

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