In this Guide I have been looking at for learning to read Japanese, it says that after learning the alphabet I should get a dictionary, some kind of source material, and a translation for it.
While the guide included source material dissections I want to start getting source material myself for when I run out of what's on the guide. One of the points about getting source material is that
above all else, you should enjoy reading the translated version
and below that suggest series serialized in the Shonen Jump magazines. Since of course I want to avoid scanlations which could be inaccurate I figured I should aim for series I know have been officially released in English. Three series that come to mind are Naruto, One Piece and Bleach.
All I know of Shonen Jump apart from the target demographic is that weekly issues have 1 chapter of a series serialized in them while tankōbon compiles these chapters (though I could be wrong).
I am wondering if there is a site where I can look up what chapters were serialized in what issue of Shonen Jump to then match magazine issues to English tankōbon.
NOTE: the reason why I want to get Shonen Jump magazines instead of Japanese tankōbon is because at first I may only be on 1 or 2 chapters and i'm sure the magazines take less space than a book. Also it'll be a good test with the rest of the magazine as to how much of it I can understand without needing a translation to confirm.