Weekly Shonen Jump renews itself. After losing many of its gunners in the past few months, the magazine has started a new wave of serializations. After the debut of Burn the Witch, it was my turn Phantom seers.

Known at home as Honomieru Shonen, Phantom Seer is the first true Weekly Shonen Jump series in this series of serializationswhen you consider that Burn the Witch is only going to be a miniseries. In the script we find Togo Goto, while in the drawings Kenta Matsuura, after the flop with Tokyo Shinobi Squad, jumped again. Phantom Seer is also the serialized version of the OneShot, which won the Gold Future Cup in 2018.

Riku Aibetsu She is a student, but thanks to a kind of sixth sense, she can foresee the dangers that are to come. She loves helping others, a trait inherited from her parents, but it seems that there is something more to this ability. Iori Katanagi He's a shy boy who hates helping others, but he was forced to study Riku's power by his older sister.

The girl is actually possessed by a ghost that, apparently, has not yet formed, but needs to be killed. While Iori is forced to escort Riku, the two find themselves trapped in a parallel dimension of a train where it is discovered that in reality the girl's mind was fully formed and hence powerful enough to kill.

Obliged by his sister, but also by a kind of gratitude to his schoolmate, Iori starts to save Riku shows his skills as an exorcist. Although the ghost has been killed, the problems are not over yet, as the student is one of those people who can attract ghosts and thus endanger those around her. Iori has no choice but to stay with her from now on to prevent anyone from getting hurt.

The first chapter of Phantom Seer premiered on August 31, while the The second will arrive on MangaPlus in English and Spanish on Sunday September 6th.

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