Shonen Jump Has Put Another Hit Series on Hiatus

Shonen Jump has put one more hit manga sequence on hiatus: RuriDragon. The motive for RuriDragon’s delay is (additionally as soon as once more) the poor well being of the manga’s creator, Masaoki Shindo. The hiatus is at present being listed as “indefinite,” though the official press assertion from Weekly Shonen Jump does point out that the present plan is to attend for Masaoki Shindo to make an appropriate restoration, earlier than RuriDragon resumes.

Here is the official announcement about RuriDragon’s hiatus, from Weekly Shonen Jump:

Thank you for studying Ruri Dragon each week.

Due to the poor bodily situation of Masaoki Shindo, Ruri Dragon will enter hiatus beginning Weekly Shonen Jump Issue #35.

The sequence was already absent from Weekly Shonen Jump Issue #33 and the editorial division appeared for a approach to create a sustainable schedule whereas dealing with the mangaka’s well being situation, however after cvarious discussions with Masaoki Shindo, it has been determined it might be higher for them to take a break to get well so the serialization continues in good circumstances sooner or later.

We will inform of the sequence’ comeback in upcoming Weekly Shonen Jump points. We are very sorry to all readers who had been trying forwared to the sequence and stored sending feedback and letters.

We will do our greatest to carry again Ruri’s every day life, so we’d admire it when you might look over us sooner or later.

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We look ahead to your continued assist of Ruri Dragon

Weekly Shonen Jump Editorial Department

Weekly Shonen Jump Editorial Department Notice on Ruri Dragon’s Indefinite Hiatus beginning Weekly Shonen Jump Issue #35. https://t.co/Vuf995qV2z pic.twitter.com/3nioXxYnob

— Shonen Jump News – Unofficial (@WSJ_manga) July 27, 2022

RuriDragon is a Shonen Slice of Life manga by Masaoki Shindo that was initially launched as a one-shot in 2020. Shonen launched the serialized model of RuriDragon simply final month. That’s positively a disappointing reality-check for followers who had been simply leaping into the manga.

As said, information of mangakas having to step again type scorching sequence as a consequence of poor well being has turn out to be a daily headline round right here. Just final yr, My Hero Academia’s Kohei Horikoshi, Jujutsu Kaisen’s Gege Akutami, and Black Clover’s Yuki Tabata ALL needed to take hiatuses as a consequence of well being points. It appears to be coming increasingly to gentle that the stress of making manga is one thing that must be addressed.


Here’s the premise of RuriDragon:

Ruri Aoki is an strange Japanese woman residing a traditional life, till one fateful day she wakes up with two horns sprouting from her head. At that time her mom reveals to Ruri that she’s half-human and her father is a dragon (“Ryu”). Ruri would not fairly see it as an enormous deal and decides to go to highschool as ordinary.