A report devoted to the last few hours in Japan Jujutsu Kaisen, specifically about the growth the manga is facing in terms of sales after the anime's debut. Expectations for the series were announced during the shoot, which appear extremely ambitious.
The Shueisha Betting a lot on the Jujutsu Kaisen anime was nothing new. Just think about the decision to commission 24 episodes for the first season. Even before the TV adaptation made its debut, the manga had some success, largely thanks to a compelling storyline.
With the start of the anime, expectations began to pay off and sales of the first volume began by mid-November reported a 12-fold growth compared to September. Impressive numbers that to this day see every volume of the manga among the top 20 currently best-selling tank coupons. In view of this data UNN TV sent a report in which he reported the sales performance of the Gege Akutami Compare with the success of Demon Slayer. In particular, one sentence ricocheted off the network and read as follows: "The sales of jujutsu kaisen manga should be close or close to that of kimetsu no yaiba (demon slayer).".
We just have to wait the next few weeks to see if the official data confirms the service's hypotheses. And you expect such a success from Jujutsu Kaisen? Let us know with a comment below.
"Jujutsu Kaisen Manga sales are expected to be next to or near Kimetsu no Yaiba." pic.twitter.com/DsgrwuAc5f- Shiro (@kaikaikitan) December 11, 2020