Shueisha, editor of Weekly Shonen Jump, reported that Gege Akutami's manga Jujutsu Kaisen has more than 15 million printed copies, which is growth with very little precedent in recent manga history. To celebrate the milestone, the publisher gave a preview of the wonderful Volume 14 cover, due in January 2021.
According to recent reports, Jujutsu Kaisen's sales are growing incredibly fast, thanks to both the MAPPA anime and the lack of competition in the dark fantasy field, where only a handful of works have been successful in recent years, including The attack of the giants by Hajime Isayama e Chainsaw man by Tatuski Fujimoto.
Jujutsu Kaisen had printed 10 million copies last October and 12 million by the end of November. The fact that the manga has already added another three million to the total bodes well for what we'll see over the course of 2021. because the anime has not yet completed half the point.
In all cases, you can take a look at the wonderful cover of Volume 14 below, which is gritty than ever with a touch of it frightening Sakuna in the foreground. It is the first time in more than two years that the demon is the protagonist of a cover.
The volume will debut in Japan on January 4th and will contain chapters 116 through 124 inclusive, in which the Continuation of the longest narrative arc of all time, that of the Shibuya accident. In Italy, Panini Comics has not yet published volume 6. Before we can get our hands on the number in question, we have to wait until 2022 is forwarded.