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Shonen Jump’s New Series Has an Impressive Start That’ll Be Hard to Top

Although the setup is intriguing, Super Smartphone runs the risk of falling into a rut if the mysteries that Kyu solves in future chapters feel insignificant next to the girl’s kidnapping. The problem is that there are few crimes as fiendish or unsettling as those that involve children. Even the murder of an adult can feel almost bland in comparison, just based on the prospective horrors that can result from a kidnapping. If the following mysteries fail to top what occurs in the debut chapter, it would be easy to conclude that a much wiser choice would have been for Kyu to discover the girl was alive, but not learn her location immediately, so that the tension would only increase in subsequent installments.

Other new Shonen Jump series are suffering from the same phenomenon of starting too strong and failing to overcome their pilot chapter. Earthchild is a perfect example as the first installment introduces a captivating love story between a hero and a civilian that readers see grow before their eyes, from them struggling to overcome their differences to creating their own family. All of this makes the twist that much more potent with their newly formed family getting ripped apart in the most tragic way, leaving readers equally as traumatized as the protagonist. But then the following chapters essentially just turned Earthchild into a more serious version of Jack-Jack from The Incredibles.

Although Super Smartphone starts quite strong, the gimmick of the main character essentially holding the secrets of the world in his hands isn’t strong enough on its own to carry the series. It’s not like Googugu is a Death Note that can kill people. Unfortunately, Super Smartphone just gives the typical mystery genre a unique spin that still heavily relies on the crime, and those crimes will need to be truly despicable to top the bombshell that occurred in chapter one of Shonen Jump‘s newest manga.


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Shonen Jump’s New Series Has an Impressive Start That’ll Be Hard to Top

Although the setup is intriguing, Super Smartphone runs the risk of falling into a rut if the mysteries that Kyu solves in future chapters feel insignificant next to the girl’s kidnapping. The problem is that there are few crimes as fiendish or unsettling as those that involve children. Even the murder of an adult can feel almost bland in comparison, just based on the prospective horrors that can result from a kidnapping. If the following mysteries fail to top what occurs in the debut chapter, it would be easy to conclude that a much wiser choice would have been for Kyu to discover the girl was alive, but not learn her location immediately, so that the tension would only increase in subsequent installments.

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Other new Shonen Jump series are suffering from the same phenomenon of starting too strong and failing to overcome their pilot chapter. Earthchild is a perfect example as the first installment introduces a captivating love story between a hero and a civilian that readers see grow before their eyes, from them struggling to overcome their differences to creating their own family. All of this makes the twist that much more potent with their newly formed family getting ripped apart in the most tragic way, leaving readers equally as traumatized as the protagonist. But then the following chapters essentially just turned Earthchild into a more serious version of Jack-Jack from The Incredibles.

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Although Super Smartphone starts quite strong, the gimmick of the main character essentially holding the secrets of the world in his hands isn’t strong enough on its own to carry the series. It’s not like Googugu is a Death Note that can kill people. Unfortunately, Super Smartphone just gives the typical mystery genre a unique spin that still heavily relies on the crime, and those crimes will need to be truly despicable to top the bombshell that occurred in chapter one of Shonen Jump‘s newest manga.

googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘div-gpt-ad-1550597677810-0’); });

#Shonen #Jumps #Series #Impressive #Start #Thatll #Hard #Top

Shonen Jump’s New Series Has an Impressive Start That’ll Be Hard to Top

Although the setup is intriguing, Super Smartphone runs the risk of falling into a rut if the mysteries that Kyu solves in future chapters feel insignificant next to the girl’s kidnapping. The problem is that there are few crimes as fiendish or unsettling as those that involve children. Even the murder of an adult can feel almost bland in comparison, just based on the prospective horrors that can result from a kidnapping. If the following mysteries fail to top what occurs in the debut chapter, it would be easy to conclude that a much wiser choice would have been for Kyu to discover the girl was alive, but not learn her location immediately, so that the tension would only increase in subsequent installments.

googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘div-gpt-ad-1535570269372-ccr3’); });

Other new Shonen Jump series are suffering from the same phenomenon of starting too strong and failing to overcome their pilot chapter. Earthchild is a perfect example as the first installment introduces a captivating love story between a hero and a civilian that readers see grow before their eyes, from them struggling to overcome their differences to creating their own family. All of this makes the twist that much more potent with their newly formed family getting ripped apart in the most tragic way, leaving readers equally as traumatized as the protagonist. But then the following chapters essentially just turned Earthchild into a more serious version of Jack-Jack from The Incredibles.

googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘div-gpt-ad-1535570269372-ccr4’); });

Although Super Smartphone starts quite strong, the gimmick of the main character essentially holding the secrets of the world in his hands isn’t strong enough on its own to carry the series. It’s not like Googugu is a Death Note that can kill people. Unfortunately, Super Smartphone just gives the typical mystery genre a unique spin that still heavily relies on the crime, and those crimes will need to be truly despicable to top the bombshell that occurred in chapter one of Shonen Jump‘s newest manga.

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#Shonen #Jumps #Series #Impressive #Start #Thatll #Hard #Top


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