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Shonen Jump Combines with Shonen Magazine to Make 2,264-Page Monstrosity

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What’s the largest book on your shelf? We’re talking pure page real estate here, so give it a scan and see if you have anything that comes remotely close to the new collaboration between Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump and Kodansha’s Weekly Shonen Magazine. Despite being direct rivals, the companies have teamed up to combine their manga anthologies into a single, unstoppable mega-volume called Shonen Jummaga Special Commemorative Edition, which spans a whopping 2,264 pages.

This is far from a regular product. The special jumbo-sized collection is being given away as prizes to readers (under 23 years of age) who submit book reports on the collection or answer a series of trivia questions about the manga within. Only 10 physical copies are being printed, but Shonen Jummaga can also be read online.

As for the contents, the special collection includes the debut chapters of a bunch of series, from One Piece and Hunter x Hunter to The Seven Deadly Sins, My Hero Academia, and many more. You can see just how absurdly huge it is in the photos from SoraNews24 below.

Source: SoraNews24