There were very high expectations regarding Jujutsu Kaisen by Shueisha, one of the most promising and ambitious titles in Weekly Shonen Jump's current editorial proposal. The anime adaptation of Gege Akutami's manga is indeed a positive response to its role in increasing the popularity of the franchise.
In the final installment, with the epic Battle of Satoru Gojo, it went viral online, with thousands and thousands of shares on all of the most popular social networks. If you have not understood how Gojo's power of infinity works, we refer you to our short, in-depth analysis of his special technique.
Despite fears that fans have been reserving for months MAPThe animation studio, wiped out by work in the pipeline, has still managed to meet community expectations with a series that has been solidly technical so far. The stunning visual rendering combined with a light but thrilling storyline allowed the manga to undergo one sudden increase in sales. As you can see from the chart at the bottom of the news, volume sales have grown exponentially since the first episode debuted on October 3rd. ONE Improvement grown almost 12 times, a sign of the anime's great welcome.
And on the other hand, you expected such a result for the television adaptation of Jujutsu Kaisen? As usual, let us know what you think about this with a comment below.
Volume 1 sales are up 11.5x when comparing September 26th and 27th (the week before the anime starts) with November 14th and 15th (1-2 days after Episode 7) . Https://t.co/zmXaNqVYfH- Jujutsu Kaisen (@_JujutsuKaisen) 18th November 2020