In this difficult period for the industry, Weekly Shonen Jump is making some of the magazine's top titles available for free. After My Hero Academia, this time it's up to a manga that has seen exponential growth over the past year, Jujutsu Kaisen.

Shonen Jump inaugurated this initiative through a Twitter post, announcing to fans the possibility of accessing all the chapters of the work of Gege Akutami on the service of Viz Shonen Jump.

In case you weren't aware of the manga, and would like to know more about the narrative plot, we leave you below the official description provided by the publisher:

"Yuuji is a genius in athletics. But he has no interest in running in circles, he is happy as a shellfish in the occult research club. Even if he is in the club only for fun, things get serious when a true spirit presents itself to Life is going to get really weird at Sugisawa Town High School # 3. "

Jujutsu Kaisen's ascending parable led to the production of an animated adaptation by the Map Studio, coming soon. For now, a reference date is not available, and probably given the current situation it will not be for much longer, but it is a transposition to be awaited with keen interest given the development of the work.

Knowing the manga? Will you give it a chance? Tell us below in the comments section!

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