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Nov
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Psyren officially ended in Japan

Source: http://community.livejournal.com/weeklyjump

To fans of the Psyren that will be displeased by this news, the series ended this week in Issue #52 of the Weekly Shounen Jump. For the past months, Psyren has been mostly ranked 2nd to last behind SWOT (by the way, it also got cancelled).

Don’t expect any anime adaptation, don’t expect psyren to be the next big thing anymore. It is dead, kaput. RIP. However, i have to say it was bound to happen when Toshiaki started going back to copying bleach like he did with Mieru Hito. The series just lost its own identity as it became a “bleach inspired” manga.

I’ll most likely do a review of Psyren in mid-December considering i’m so busy right now.

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3 Responses to “Psyren officially ended in Japan”


  1. 1 josh
    January 20, 2012 at 8:45 PM

    What are you talking about? Psyren wasn’t Bleach inspired. Sure, there were similar attacks, but many shonen battle manga tend to feel like they are copying with the attacks. Thing is, the authors give similar attacks their own twist to make it much more different. BTW, having bias in a blog is sure to get you negative comments.

    • February 24, 2012 at 3:21 PM

      Nope… It’s nothing like Bleach. If you ask me, it’s closer to Yu Yu Hakusho mixed with Gantz more than anything.

      Also, you forgot to mention that, as just said, shounen series are always similar to each other in more ways than one.
      Did you also forget Bleach almost didn’t get published due to the fact it was too similar to Yu Yu Hakusho? It’s true. If you’ve ever seen Hakusho, you will see these similarities instantly.

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