The anime art in a box is a new feature in Shonen Magazine, where it’s shown off in the form of a 3D animated GIF of the art.
ShonenJump.com has the full video below.
Here’s the full story behind the box: The box feature, which was developed by anime artist Atsushi Takagi and animation studio Shaft, was announced at Shonen Expo 2017.
The box features a box that can contain one full box of all the Shonen manga and an anime art gallery featuring the manga, anime and visual artworks from Shonen JUMP!
The box is based on the “Art Box” feature in the Shout!
Factory video game series.
A series of boxes will be given to Shout!’s members who play the game.
The “Art” box will contain the “Manga”, “Anime”, and “Visual” artworks, as well as a Shout!.com card featuring the art in the box.
Each box can contain up to 20 manga or anime artworks.
The manga and anime artwork will be stored on a DVD.
In the video game, the Art Box can be used to obtain the “Animate” box, which is also available to purchase.
The art in this box will also be available as a digital download in the future.
The anime Art Box feature is available for Shonen magazine and will be available to all Shonen subscribers on November 2, 2017.