''Shonen Jump'' ([[SpellMyNameWithAnS or "Shounen" via extended romaji]]) is a {{shonen}} Japanese manga antology magazine owned by Shueisha Publishing, beginning as a monthly series but soon switching to ''Weekly Shonen Jump'' in July of 1968.

The original magazine is [[TropeNamer practically synonymous]] with works that focus primarily on fighting and action; ''Shonen Jump'' is often considered to be its own subcategory of ''shonen'' anime and manga. Due to its high popularity with kids (rivalling only ''Magazine/CoroCoroComic'' in iconic children's magazines), many have seen early ''Jump'' manga as the TropeCodifier for many series that would follow in its later works as well as its competitors.

''Weekly Shonen Jump'' currently has a number of sister magazines, including the {{shonen}} ''Jump Square'' (a replacement for the discontinued ''Monthly Shonen Jump'', later renamed ''Jump SQ''), and the {{seinen}} ''Weekly Young Jump'' (more sex and violence), ''Super Jump'' (drama/action-oriented), ''Ultra Jump'' (fantasy/SF oriented {{Seinen}}) and ''Business Jump'' (aimed at the {{Salaryman}} audience). Its DistaffCounterpart is the shoujo-oriented ''Ribon''.

Thanks to the popularity of ''Jump'' in its home country, there have been many exports of its well known manga worldwide during the West's manga boom. One attempt to bring ''Jump'' to America was through the magazine ''Shonen Jump'' (also known as Shonen Jump US), an English-language manga anthology magazine that was published by Creator/VizMedia in the US from January 2003 to March 2012. It mainly carried translations of manga that first appeared in ''Weekly Shonen Jump'', but tended to publish them on a monthly schedule similar to the earliest output of the Japanese ''Jump''. The magazine introduced many Americans to some great series, such as ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' and ''Manga/OnePiece''. According to Wiki/TheOtherWiki, it featured a total of twelve series in its first six years, previews of many others that Viz publishes, and articles on Japanese culture and language. In addition, every issue included anime, manga, and video game reviews as well as tips for various [[CollectibleCardGame card games]] related to manga series, and several times included promotional cards with an issue (some of which were PromotionalPowerlessPiecesOfGarbage).

In early 2012, Viz closed the doors on ''Shonen Jump'' to replace it with ''[[http://shonenjump.viz.com/ Weekly Shonen Jump Alpha]]'', a digital version of the magazine they had announced the prior year. WSJA contains their 6 most popular manga alongside bonus material such as sketches and interviews with the Japanese side of the industry. Issues cost $1 per issue or $26 for a year's subscription. Starting in 2013, the "Alpha" was dropped now that ''Weekly Shonen Jump US'' was simultaneous.

A {{shoujo}}-oriented sister-magazine to the Viz ''Shonen Jump'' called ''Shojo Beat!'' came out in the early 2000's, but sadly it didn't make as much money as the publishers hoped, and in 2008, the magazine was discontinued. Viz continues to use the trademark as a label for its compiled releases of shoujo content.

Many of these series are featured in ''VideoGame/JumpSuperstars'' and ''VideoGame/JStarsVictoryVS''.
[[AC:Ongoing series run in Weekly Shonen Jump:]]
* ''Act-Age''
* ''Manga/BlackClover'' (Featured in Weekly Shonen Jump US)
* ''Manga/{{Boruto}}'' (Featured in Weekly Shonen Jump US)
* ''Manga/DrStone'' (Featured in Weekly Shonen Jump US)
* ''Manga/{{Gintama}}''
* ''Manga/{{Haikyuu}}''
* ''Manga/HinomaruZumou''
* ''Manga/HunterXHunter'' (frequently on hiatus) (Featured in Weekly Shonen Jump US)
* ''Jujutsu Kaisen''
* ''Manga/KimetsuNoYaiba''
* ''Kimi Wo Shinryakuseyo''
* ''Momiji no Kisetsu''
* ''Manga/MyHeroAcademia'' (Featured in Weekly Shonen Jump US)
* ''Manga/NoahsNotes''
* ''Manga/OnePiece'' (Featured in Weekly Shonen Jump US)
* ''Manga/ThePromisedNeverland'' (Featured in Weekly Shonen Jump US)
* ''Manga/RobotXLaserbeam'' (Featured in Weekly Shonen Jump US)
* ''Manga/ShokugekiNoSoma'' (Featured in Weekly Shonen Jump US)
* ''Manga/WeNeverLearn'' (Featured in Weekly Shonen Jump US)
* ''Manga/WorldTrigger'' (Featured in Weekly Shonen Jump US)
* ''Manga/YuragiSouNoYuunaSan''
* ''Ziga''

[[AC:Former series run in Weekly Shonen Jump:]]
* ''Manga/AssassinationClassroom''
* ''Manga/{{Baoh}}''
* ''Manga/{{Bakuman}}''
* ''Manga/BarefootGen''
* ''Manga/{{Barrage}}''
* ''Manga/{{Beelzebub}}''
* ''Manga/BlackCat''
* ''Manga/{{Bleach}}''
* ''Manga/BoboboboBobobo''
* ''Manga/BusouRenkin''
* ''Manga/CaptainTsubasa'' (before switching to a {{seinen}} magazine, ''Grand Jump'')
* ''Manga/CatsEye''
* ''Manga/CrossManage''
* ''Manga/CyberBlue''
* ''Manga/DaiNoDaibouken''
* ''Manga/DeathNote''
* ''Manga/TheDisastrousLifeOfSaikiK''
* ''Manga/DoubleArts''
* ''Manga/DragonBall''
* ''Manga/DoctorSlump''
* ''Manga/{{Eyeshield 21}}''
* ''Manga/FistOfTheNorthStar''
* ''Gakkyu Hotei'' (moved to Jump Plus to finish run)
* ''Manga/GingaNagareboshiGin''
* ''Manga/HareluyaIIBoy''
* ''Manga/HarisugawaInMirrorWorld''
* ''Manga/HellTeacherNube''
* ''Manga/HikaruNoGo''
* ''Manga/SoulHunter''
* ''Manga/HungryMarie''
* ''Manga/{{Is}}''
* ''Manga/IronKnight''
* ''Isobe Isobee Monogatari 〜Ukiyo wa Tsuraiyo〜''
* ''Manga/KimagureOrangeRoad''
* ''Manga/JacoTheGalacticPatrolman'' (written by Akira Toriyama)
* ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure''
** ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventurePhantomBlood''
** ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventureBattleTendency''
** ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventureStardustCrusaders''
** ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventureDiamondIsUnbreakable''
** ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventureVentoAureo''
** ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventureStoneOcean''
** ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventureSteelBallRun'' (for roughly a year before switching to Ultra Jump)
* ''Manga/{{Kagamigami}}''
* ''Manga/KatekyoHitmanReborn''
* ''Manga/{{Kinnikuman}}''
* ''Manga/{{Kochikame}}''
* ''[[Manga/{{Kurogane2011}} Kurogane]]''
* ''[[Manga/KurokoNoBasuke Kuroko's Basketball]]''
* ''Manga/LevelE''
* ''Lycopene the Tomatoy Poodle'' (moved to Jump Plus)
* ''Manga/{{magico}}''
* ''Manga/MajinTanteiNougamiNeuro''
* ''Manga/MazingerZ''
* ''Manga/MedakaBox''
* ''Manga/MrFullswing''
* ''Manga/{{Mx0}}''
* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}''
* ''Manga/{{Nisekoi}}''
* ''Manga/NuraRiseOfTheYokaiClan''
* ''Manga/OumagadokiDoubutsuen''
* ''Manga/PrettyFace''
* ''Manga/{{Psyren}}''
* ''Manga/RedSprite''
* ''Manga/RookiePolicewomanKirukoSan''
* ''Manga/RurouniKenshin''
* ''Manga/SaintSeiya''
* ''Manga/SamonTheSummoner''
* ''Manga/SandLand''
* ''Sexy Commando Gaiden''
* ''Manga/ShamanKing''
* ''Manga/SketDance''
* ''Manga/SlamDunk''
* ''Manga/SpaceAdventureCobra''
* ''Manga/StealthSymphony''
* ''Manga/StraightenUpWelcomeToShikaHighsCompetitiveDanceClub''
* ''Manga/StrawberryOneHundredPercent''
* ''Manga/{{Takamagahara}}''
* ''Manga/ToLoveRu''
* ''Manga/{{Toriko}}''
* ''Manga/VideoGirlAi''
* ''Manga/YuGiOh''
* ''Manga/YuYuHakusho''

[[AC:Series run in Shonen Jump Plus:]]
* ''Manga/AoNoFlag''
* ''Manga/BoysOverFlowers: Season 2''
* ''Anime/DarlingInTheFranxx''
* ''[[Manga/AxisPowersHetalia Hetalia]]: World Stars''/''The World Twinkle''
* ''Manga/{{elDLIVE}}''
* ''Manga/KurokoNoBasuke Replace PLUS''
* ''Manga/JuuniTaisen''
* ''Tonkatsu DJ Agetarou''
* ''Manga/VigilanteMyHeroAcademiaIllegals''
* ''Manga/WorldsEndHarem''

[[AC: Series run in Jump Square[=/=]SQ:]]
* ''Manga/BinboGamiGa''
* ''Manga/BlueExorcist'' (ongoing) (Featured in Weekly Shonen Jump US)
* ''Manga/{{Claymore}}''
* ''Anime/DragonautTheResonance''
* ''Manga/{{Embalming}}'' (ongoing)
* ''Manga/GenkakuPicasso'''
* ''Manga/IllBoyIllGirl''
* ''Manga/KarakuriDoujiUltimo''
* ''LightNovel/{{Kurenai}}''
* ''Manga/{{Kurohime}}''
* ''Manga/LetterBee''
* ''Anime/MayoiNekoOverrun''
* ''LightNovel/PapaNoIukotoOKikinasai'' (ongoing)
* ''Manga/ThePrinceOfTennis'' (ongoing)
* ''Manga/RosarioToVampire''
* ''Manga/RurouniKenshin: Restoration''
* ''VideoGame/SengokuBasara 3: Roar of Dragon''
* ''Manga/{{Senyuu}}''.
* ''Manga/SeraphOfTheEnd'' (ongoing) (Featured in Weekly Shonen Jump US)
* ''Manga/{{Shiki}}''
* ''VideoGame/TalesOfInnocence''
* ''Manga/ToLoveRu Darkness''
* ''Manga/TwinStarExorcists'' From the same creator as Manga/BinboGamiGa
* ''LightNovel/YokuWakaruGendaiMahou''

[[AC: Series run in Monthly Shonen Jump, but not Jump Square:]]
* ''Manga/AngelDensetsu''
* ''VideoGame/BlueDragon ST''
* ''Manga/{{Cyborg 009}}''
* ''Manga/FutabaKunChange''
* ''Manga/KekkoKamen''
* ''Manga/{{Legendz}}''

[[AC: Series run in V-Jump:]]
* ''Manga/DigimonVTamer01''
* ''Manga/DragonBallSuper'' (ongoing)
* ''Franchise/DigimonUniverseApplimonsters''
* ''Anime/KinnikumanNisei: All Chōjin Dai-Shingeki''
* ''Manga/LordOfLordsRyuKnight''
* ''Manga/ShadowLady''
* ''Franchise/YuGiOh''
** ''Manga/YuGiOhR''
** ''Manga/YuGiOhGX''
** ''Anime/YuGiOh5Ds''
** ''Anime/YuGiOhZEXAL''
** ''Anime/YuGiOhArcV'' (ongoing)

[[AC: Series run in Weekly Young Jump:]]
* ''LightNovel/AllYouNeedIsKill''
* ''Manga/BGataHKei''
* ''Manga/BrynhildrInTheDarkness'' (ongoing)
* ''Manga/DogSoldier''
* ''Manga/ElfenLied''
* ''Manga/{{Gantz}}''
* ''Manga/HimoutoUmaruChan'' (ongoing)
* ''Manga/KaguyaSamaLoveIsWar'' (ongoing)
* ''Manga/{{Kingdom}}'' (ongoing)
* ''Manga/LiarGame'' (ongoing)
* ''Manga/MadBull34''
* ''Manga/MinamotoKunMonogatari'' (ongoing)
* ''Manga/OnePunchMan'' (ongoing in web comic version of WYJ) (Featured in Weekly Shonen Jump US)
* ''Manga/RozenMaiden'' (ongoing)
* ''Manga/SnowWhiteAndSevenDwarfs''
* ''Manga/SuperConductiveBrainsParataxis''
* ''Manga/TerraFormars'' (ongoing)
* ''Manga/TokyoGhoul'' (ongoing)
* ''Manga/{{Zetman}}'' (ongoing)

[[AC: Series run in Super Jump:]]
* ''Manga/{{Bartender}}''
* ''Manga/GoldenBoy''
* ''Literature/{{Kurozuka}}''
* ''Manga/SpaceAdventureCobra: Magic Doll''

[[AC: Series run in Ultra Jump:]]
* ''LightNovel/{{Akikan}}''
* ''Manga/AquaKnight''
* ''Manga/{{Bastard}}'' (ongoing) (originally part of Weekly Jump)
* ''Manga/{{Gingitsune}}'' (ongoing)
* ''Manga/{{Gunnm}}: Last Order''
* ''Manga/HayateXBlade'' (ongoing)
* ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure''
** ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventureSteelBallRun''
** ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventureJojolion'' (ongoing)
* ''Manga/{{Needless}}'' (ongoing)
* ''Manga/{{Ninku}}''
* ''Manga/OutlawStar''
* ''Manga/ReadOrDie''
* ''Manga/TenjhoTenge''

[[AC: Series run in Business Jump:]]
* ''Manga/{{Dokuro}}''
* ''Manga/GoldenBoy II''
* ''Manga/OneOuts''
* ''Manga/RikiOh''
!! This magazine contains examples of:
* BishonenJumpSyndrome: The TropeNamer. [[invoked]]
* CentralTheme: [[ThePowerOfFriendship Friendship]], [[CharlesAtlasSuperpower Effort]], and [[VictoryAndDefeat Victory]]. Even if they don't show up in the conventional way, they're bound to appear in a given manga somehow.
* {{Doorstopper}}: Consistently tops out every issue at about 350 pages, and is one of the few non-fashion oriented magazines to do so. Its Japanese counterpart frequently hits ''500 pages'', and comes out every ''week''. Jump series also have famously much longer serializations than other manga due to its popularity, with most major series exceeding at least 20 volumes.
* FromNobodyToNightmare: When ''Jump'' was first released as ''Shonen Book'', it was already late in the game for anthology comics; the widely popular ''Magazine/ShonenSunday'' and ''Shonen Magazine'' already captivated the minds of little boys. Their making use of young artists at the time was mostly due to the other established magazines taking all the veterans up. But with this freewheeling amount of content due to lack of expectation, combined with a relativley solid rotation of fresh faces, the magazine would soon become a giant in the manga scene in the decades to come.
* FunWithAcronyms: The "SQ" in ''Jump SQ" stands for "Supreme Quality", but [[AlternateCharacterReading is still pronouned "Square" anyway]].
* {{Honorifics}}: Even outside the manga themselves. The pages that teach fans about the UsefulNotes/JapaneseLanguage sometimes have explanations of honorifics as the main topic or as part of some larger lesson.
* HotterAndSexier: One of the advantages of Shonen Jump moving from print to digital in America. The print version of Shonen Jump ran away from any series with ecchi elements (due to the fact that the magazine seemed to heavily stocked by school libraries) - ''Naruto'' and ''One Piece'' regularly had their occasional fanservice and sexual innuendo removed from the magazine edition, despite sharing the same 13+ rating the magazine did. The print magazine once ran a preview chapter of the ecchi manga ''Manga/{{Is}}'' that was pretty much a big middle finger to anyone who saw Shonen Jump advertising their preview chapter with Iori in a bikini and expected some racy content. However, the censorship all changed when the magazine went digital-only - all manga now run uncensored and the magazine now has a 16+ rating, mainly due to ''Manga/ShokugekiNoSoma'' being a bit too blue for young teens.
** The magazines got a risque version of their own in 2017 -- ''Grand Jump Mecha'' (pronounced meh-cha) is a special spinoff of the more adult-oriented ''Grand Jump'', but its main selling point is putting sexual content at the forefront instead of having it as a bonus to the stories.
* MangaEffects: Duh, considering it's a manga anthology. Also occasionally used in the articles and reviews.
* {{Mascot}}: An [[http://i2.wp.com/xn--o9j0bk5542aytpfi5dlij.biz/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/e416b734dfa83bccdd4f39d9912e1fb4.jpg unnamed pirate head]] up to the mustache, dating back to the very first magazine. They also have young pirate named [[https://imgur.com/UJ7KZoT KAIZO-kun]] that promotes the English Jump site in Japan and the Jump Festa convention, as well as a girl named [[https://imgur.com/Uw8ESG8 Jamie]] that was created for the 25th anniversary of their "J-Books" imprint.
** Since the early 2000's to the 2010's, Jump's unofficial SeriesMascot has been Luffy of ''One Piece''. It actually ties into the pirate theme of its mascots pretty well - who better to represent the magazine than the very pirates that embody the themes of Friendship, Effort, and Victory? It's especially noticeable when one of the guest images done for ''One Piece'' featured the Jump Pirate as a one-off gag character.
* MassivelyMultiplayerCrossover: ''Jump'' loves these. Aside from the aformentioned ''Jump Superstars'' and ''J-Stars'' games above, their manga tend to have crossover comics and events from time to time.
* PromotionalPowerlessPiecesOfGarbage: Some of the TradingCardGame cards included with some issues.
* SignatureStyle: Their most popular works tend to be action-based, with a hefty dose of MundaneMadeAwesome and SerialEscalation thrown in for good measure if the original premise wasn't crazy enough.
* [[StockPuzzle Puzzles]]: Most issues have some kind of puzzle related to one of the featured series.
And of course, all the various tropes presented in the series themselves.