Weekly Shonen Jump has already started focusing its efforts on the next "Demon Slayer phenomenon," or the boost the anime will give to sales of the manga. The publishing giant's attention is all focused on this Jujutsu Kaisen and Chainsaw Man, two promising titles that are growing rapidly.
We’re talking about it lately MAP studyHowever, this is due to the fact that the company has acquired some of the most important and ambitious IPs in the current Japanese animation landscape, which is why its name is usually published more frequently than usual. Even if the fate of Attack of the Giants 4 is more uncertain due to the many rumors of production problems, it looks a little different for Jujutsu Kaisen.
Although the anime is still in the pipeline, MAPPA is meticulously working on the quality and each episode manages to be visually stunning. The technical return goes hand in hand with the success of the franchise, which has received a significant boost in both sales of the manga and popularity. The famous My Anime List portal estimated the work's popularity by comparing viewers with those of Demon Hunter. The graphic in question, which you can find at the bottom of the news, shows this with the same episode Audience growth is 225.5%, 90% higher than the animated manga adaptation of Koyoharu Gotouge.
On top of that, the dates are even more promising as Jujutsu Kaisen didn't get the same phenomenon as Demon Slayer, that is, the explosion of the franchise after the broadcast of episode 19. In conclusion, the requirements for a challenge between the two titles are all there and it's closed expect Shueisha and Shonen Jump to continue focusing on the gem of at this rate Gege Akutami.
Okay, a current new statistic chart
Since they like to be compared, here is the growth per episode for users watching Kimetsu no Yaiba and Jujutsu Kaisen. Contrary to the feeling, JJK doesn't need "Episode 19" - it makes consistent progress. pic.twitter.com/7iP9Z3MJZv- Shymander 📉🖌 (@shymander) December 14, 2020