Speaking of Shonen Jump, I've really been enjoying Fairy Tail lately. It originally seemed kinda stereotypical Shonen stuff, but lately the characters and plot have been really impressing me. There's still a lot of cliche stuff, but it's played with, twisted, and subverted a lot of the time. Overall, I've been liking it better than Naruto, and as much as Bleach.
Naruto... was lame, then good, then ok, then great, then bleh. I don't like this whole war arc, because it's getting into that "too many characters to care" syndrome. I don't care about the other teams and most of the enemies. Yeah, they're cool, but I don't need 10 chapters focusing on them, not when Naruto actually started getting interesting and not annoying as crap.
Bleach gets on my nerves. I looooved the entire "introductory" arc, before Soul Society, and like the first volume or two of Soul Society, but then it got bogged down with characters (a common theme, apparently) and the "DBZ power level" syndrome. We get it, there's always someone stronger that you have to beat, enough already. For me and Bleach, every arc starts out awesome, because Kubo gets into that really character development oriented mode, which is awesome, but then it devolves into 15 chapter fight sequences. I'm apprehensively optimistic about the Fullbring thing, but hopefully it'll go more into story than fighting.
Also, anyone else notice that Kubo can't seem to pace himself? We get how many chapters of Hueco Mundo fighting, followed by a bunch of exposition and talking in Turn Back the Pendulum, followed by more fighting, followed by plot. If he could integrate it, I'd respect Bleach more.
And one last one. Did anyone fricken read Psyren? That was awesome! Confusing near the end, but pretty great overall. I don't like good series to end, but at least they actually finished when they should have, rather than dragging it on like some series. It was a great story, amazing action sequences, and actually interesting characters.