"Ore no na wa Uzumaki Naruto!!… Ninja dattebayo!!"
Hello and how are you? I hope you're doing alright .. I love to watch and read Naruto releases whatever they're .. I really hope that I'll enjoy with my time here .. Thanks so much ^_^ Shakhmoot (talk) 19:22, December 28, 2011 (UTC)
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I often log-in in this wikia to see what's new about Naruto. So I rarely create the new episodes articles and I always add the seiyū (voice actors) of any new characters that appeared in these episodes especially the new "filler" characters. I used to upload high quality images for the characters and the scenes in the anime (But now I'm no longer doing that since great members like Norleon-san and Saru-chi do this work properly), I often upload the tankōbon images in the manga. All that come from the authorized sources to provide the correct information as much as I can.
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- Omnibender — Omni-sama (Daimyō)
- Jacce — Jacce-sama (Kage)
- TheUltimate3 — Ulti3-sama (Kage)
- UltimateSuperme — UltiSuper-sama (Daimyō)
- Ten Tailed Fox — Foxie-sama (Kage)
- Seelentau — Tau-senpai (Kage)
- SuperSajuuk (formerly Speysider) — Spey-kun (Anbu Captain)
- Elveonora — Elve-kun (Head Ninja)
- Sarutobii2 — Saru-chi (Jōnin Commander)
- NeedleJizo — Forumkage-san (Root Commander)
- Rachin123 — Rai-san (Jōnin)
- Snapper2 — Snapper-sama (Former Kage)
- WindStar7125 — KazeHoshi-san (Anbu Captain)
- Cerez365 — Cerez-san (Chūbu)
- Norleon — Norleon-san (Chūbu)
- Omojuze — Omojuze-kun (Chūbu)
- JOA20 — Joaniju-san (Chūnin)
- SovanDara — Sovan-san (Chūnin)
- Koto Senju — KotoSenju-san (Genin)
- OmegaRasengan — Omega-chi (Genin)
- KirinNOTKarin98 — Kirin-san (Genin)
- Weekly Shōnen Jump is published simultaneously in Japanese (print edition by Shueisha) and English (digital edition by Viz) on Mondays, apart from a few rare occasions when they go on sale on Saturday instead.
- The "raws" (untranslated bootleg scans) and "scanlations" (translated bootleg scans) are illegally scanned and leaked online during the week prior to their official publication date (usually on Wednesday) by pirates who have access to the magazine before it officially goes on sale.
- These individuals, sometimes called "raw providers," are able to get their hands on the magazines through various methods, which could include any of the following: stealing copies during the printing or shipping process, stealing copies from a convenience store before sale date, or purchasing copies from a convenience store that breaks the street date.
- You may have also noticed in recent years that spoiler scans, spoiler scripts, and raw scans have been less prolific, with the English scanlations often appearing online several days before Japanese spoilers or raw scans. This is because Shueisha has gotten more aggressive about tracking and prosecuting domestic pirates in the last few years. As a result, the people who used to scan and post spoilers on Japanese message boards like Ni Channel have gotten a bit nervous about it doing it, and most scanlation groups have started using their own "raw providers" in Japan (in the past, raw providers would find and download the raws from Japanese file sharing services).
- Now, as for the recent, extremely early spoilers arriving on Mondays: this is just a new marketing thing Shueisha is doing with their Jump Live and Jump Bookstore apps. Although they still haven't started publishing Weekly Shōnen Jump digitally in Japan, they've added a sort of QR Code-like functionality to their apps that lets you take a photo of the "to be continued" section at the end of each chapter to view a preview of the next week's chapter.
- Finally, Double Issues. Each year, every issue of Weekly Shōnen Jump is numbered, beginning with No.1 in the first week of December and ending with No.52 in the last week of November. This is because there are 52 weeks a year.
- However, due to publishing holidays like Oshogatsu, Golden Week, and the Obon Festival, there aren't actually 52 issues of Weekly Shonen Jump a year. If Jump is going to go on hiatus for a week due to a holiday, the issue before the holiday will be considered a Double Issue. All this means is that it's numbered twice to maintain the 52-weeks-a-year numbering scheme. For example, the first week of January will be issue No.6-7, the magazine won't be published during the second week of January, and it'll return on the third week of January with issue No.8.
- There are four regular times the Weekly Shōnen Jump is releasing a Double Issue. These four times are
- Issue No.4-5, released in the third week of December, no release in the last week (end of the year)
- Issue No.6-7, released in the first week of January, no release in the second week (new year's eve)
- Issue No.22-23, released in the last week of April, no release in the first week of May (Golden Week)
- Issue No.36-37 or 37-38, released in the first week of August, no release in the second week (Obon)
- Anyhow, since we can read the Weekly Shōnen Jump earlier than they're officially published, it means at those four times, we can read the issue that's published after the break during the break. This is because they're made and shipped before the break.