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    Uniqlo UT unveils ‘Weekly Shonen Magazine’ 60th Anniversary graphic tee collection

    Featuring designs from Fairy Tail, Attack on Titan, and many more!


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    Last year, Uniqlo UT released a graphic tee collection to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Shonen Jump. Now, Uniqlo is releasing another Manga-themed collection; and yes, it’s different from last May’s Manga UT collection. Uniqlo UT’s latest line is a Weekly Shonen Magazine collection, celebrating the manga publication’s 60th Anniversary.

    In case you’re unfamiliar, Weekly Shonen Magazine is a manga publication much like Weekly Shonen Jump, but Magazine has an entirely different lineup of manga series. Among the Shonen Magazine series featured in Uniqlo’s UT collection are Hajime no Ippo, Fairy Tail, The Seven Deadly Sins, Shota no Sushi, Magical Teacher Negima!, and Attack on Titan.

    Check out the designs of Uniqlo’s Weekly Shone Magazine UT line here:

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    Hajime no Ippo


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    Fairy Tail


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    The Seven Deadly Sins


    Shota no Sushi


    Magical Teacher Negima!


    Attack on Titan

    The Weekly Shonen Magazine UT collection consists of 14 Mens tees, and it’ll be available in Uniqlo Japan stores starting Monday, August 12. Each tee will be available for JPY 990 (around PHP 485).

    There’s word yet on PH availability, though we expect the collection to arrive in Uniqlo Philippines stores soon.

    Update (8/21): The Weekly Shonen Magazine UT collection is available in Uniqlo Philippines stores now!

    “Weekly Shonen Magazine” is a Japanese weekly shonen manga anthology published by Kodansha. It will celebrate its 60th…

    Posted by Uniqlo Philippines on Monday, August 19, 2019

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    Nicolo Manaloto
    Nicolo Manaloto
    UnGeek's resident editor who is obsessed with anything and everything Death Stranding. He is also a big fan of the Yakuza series, and is a weaboo in denial.


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