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SHONEN JUMP Manga Competition:icondignitylaughplz: READY YOURSELVES!
SHONEN JUMP is opening a global scale manga competition!
From Original Site:
Open to anyone around the world in three different languages! Submissions will be accepted via the web. Prize winners are guaranteed to be selected! All four prizes add up to a total purse of 2 million yen!
Grand Prize - The most popular number-one manga of the competition will receive 500,000 yen!
Top Prize: Most Popular in Japanese - the most popular manga in Japanese will receive 500,000 yen!
Top Prize: Most Popular in English - the most popular manga in English will receive 500,000 yen!
Top Prize: Most Popular in Chinese - the most popular manga in Chinese will receive 500,000 yen!
Prize-winning entries will be promised publication in JUMP or one of its special edition issues and/or the North American edition of JUMP, a new magazine in China called OK!Comic in China, or FORMOSA YOUTH in Taiwan.
Application Deadline is Oc
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