Jujutsu Kaisen: Excellent results for the manga, over 10 million copies printed

This was recently confirmed by a post posted on the series' official Twitter profile Jujutsu Kaisen, the famous dark fantasy manga by Gege Akutamireached the impressive milestone of 10 million copies in circulation. According to Shonen Jump, hard copies were down about 1.5 million last month.

This is a significant increase, mainly justified by two events: the debut of volume 13, which were distributed in Japanese newspaper kiosks on October 2nd, and the success of the anime adaptation, currently underway and highly valued by the oriental public. Before the end of season one, analysts predict another spike that could see the series soon break the 15 million-copy wall.

The Jujutsu Kaisen anime series fits an average of two chapters per episode and is likely to end immediately after the saga of exchanges with the Kyoto sister school, which has over 12 chapters in the fourth and fifth volumes. Immediately after the series ends, Sales of the manga should continue to grow.

What do you think about it? Are you satisfied with the success of the work? Let us know with a comment! Instead, if you want to know the reasons for this surge, we recommend checking out the recent interview from the producer of Demon Slayer, which discussed the importance of the manga and the benefits of an anime on Double Course.

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