Jujutsu Kaisen revealed the cover of volume 19 of the manga series! Gege Akutami’s original manga franchise has reached a whole new world of popularity over the past two years thanks to the success of not only the anime’s first season, but also the continued success of the franchise’s first feature film in cinemas. of the whole world. This success was reflected in the manga’s sales, and each new volume of the series flew off the shelves as soon as it dropped in Japan, even so long after the anime’s first run had ended.
With the last volume of Jujutsu Kaisen Preparing for its release in Japan in April, the official Twitter account behind the series gave fans a preview of what to expect from Volume 19 with a preview of the volume’s cover art. This upcoming volume will collect many chapters at the beginning of the Culling Game between Yuji Itadori and Hiromi Higuruma, and so Higuruma has been honored as the main cover character this time around. You can check out the cover art for Jujutsu Kaisen Volume 19 below:
— 呪術廻戦【公式】 (@jujutsu_PR) March 7, 2022
While volume 19 of Jujutsu Kaisen is coming to Japan fairly soon, there’s been no word yet on its international release as of this writing. Fans in North America just got their hands on Volume 16 earlier this summer, so it will be a while before this one hits Japan. Serving as one of the first major battles in the Culling Game arc challenging Yuji in a different way, it’s also clear from Higuruma’s time on the show and his focus on the cover that he’s likely to be a very popular character. important going forward as Culling. The game continues.
The manga had to take a sudden hiatus due to Gege Akutami’s latest bout with illness, but the Jujutsu Kaisen anime is moving forward in its place. Jujutsu Kaisen 0 is gearing up for its worldwide release in a few days (you can check out the movie’s full review at ComicBook.com here), and a second season of the anime is currently in the works for a 2023 release. But what do you think? you? Do you like the cover of Jujutsu Kaisen Volume 19? Let us know all your thoughts on this in the comments! You can even contact me directly about all things anime and other cool stuff @Valdezology on Twitter!