Jujutsu Kaisen is the most popular manga of the moment. If you like its themes and the duality of its characters, you will also like these 3 mangas!
Jujutsu Kaisen, the best current manga
Like Attack on Titan, the Jujutsu Kaisen phenomenon brightened up the start of the year for many anime fans. Released on March 16 in French cinemas, the animated film adapted from the manga prequel Jujutsu Kaisen 0 took everything in its path, including The Batman.
Fully regarded as one of the new Big 3 manga, Jujutsu Kaisen has risen to the top spot of the best-selling manga of 2021. A high-flying performance, especially when a work as monumental as One Piece is still being published.
As is the case in many shōnenJujutsu Kaisen explores the mysteries of the relationship between men and the nightmare creatures they cohabit with. An entire program.
3 manga to devour to find the atmosphere of the cult anime
If you’ve been part of the success of Gege Akutami’s masterpiece, you’ll also enjoy Blue Exorcist. As its name suggests, the manga written and drawn by Kazue Kato also features exorcists. Their role is to protect human beings against demonic incursions.
In the universe of shōnen, that’s good, two dimensions cohabit: on the one hand, that of men. On the other, that of the demons. Son of a human woman and Satan, the protagonist Rin Okumura is the product of these two worlds.
Confronted with his double identitythe young boy prefers to follow in the footsteps of his adoptive father, a renowned exorcist, rather than those of Satan, who claims it in his own world. To thwart the plans of his real father, Rin will be ready for anything, even if it means unleash demonic power that sleeps within him.
Created by Takaya Kagami and illustrated by Yamato Yamamotothe dark fantasy manga Seraph of the End follows the story of Yu and his friend Mika. Following a mysterious virus that has ravaged the world, young orphans are enslaved by an army of vampires who draw their blood daily.
After an escape attempt went wrong, Yu managed to escape leaving Mike for dead. Determined to exact revenge, the fugitive discovers that Mankind has not been totally destroyed, and ends up joining the Imperial Demon Army of Japanspecifically created to exterminate vampires.
Far from being as manichean as the summary makes it seem, the story will put the beliefs and loyalties of the protagonists strained.
If you like the horrific universe of Jujutsu Kaisen, it’s a safe bet that you will also love Parasite. Drawn by Hitoshi Iwaakithis manga seine recount the invasion led by serpentine-looking creaturesprogrammed to take over human brains.
Unexpectedly, the protagonist Shin’ichi manages to prevent a parasite from reaching his brain. Unable to leave his arm, it eventually merges with his right hand—forced to coexist with its human host.
Feared by the other Parasites, who begin to feed on humans, Shin’ichi and his Parasite Migi must work together to combat the consequences of the invasion.