This year’s 12th issue of Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine has published the final chapters of Genki Ono’s Full Drive manga and Gen Osuka’s Golem Hearts manga.
Full Drive is described as:
There was once an ingenious German athlete who had been the only person in the world that could not be copied by the table tennis nation of China. A few decades later, present day, the tale begins with a small-framed, quarter German boy who crosses over from Germany to Japan where he meets the Japanese, genius table tennis beauty. A passionate, mainstream table tennis tale shoots off.
Golem Hearts is described as:
There was a world where “Golems,” magical humanoids, were created to obey their owners’ commands to help people. Lemmeck, the arcanist, and his son, Noah, were always being shunned by the townspeople in their small town for a certain reason. A kind, passionate, and heartwarming golem fantasy is born.
Both series launched in October 2017 and VIZ Media previewed both in its English-language digital edition of Weekly Shonen Jump as part of its “Jump Start” initiative.