This manga inspired by the Attack on Titans and Jujutsu Kaisen arrives in France

Adrian Barbet

Did you like Attack on Titan or Jujutsu Kaisen? So let yourself be tempted by this new manga which was inspired by these two cult works and which is coming to France.

What about the end of Attack on Titan?

The last episode of the final season of Attack on Titan was released several days ago. While fans thought they knew the end of the story, there is still 11 manga chapters which have not yet been adapted. If for a time, the question of a film was in order, the Mappa studio announced that part 3 of the final season would see the light of day, during 2023 in Japan. Regarding the broadcast for France, no information has been revealed.

We will therefore have to take our troubles patiently to find out if Livai, Armin or even Mikasa will succeed in stopping the Grand Terrassement triggered by Eren Jäger. However, in the meantime, it is possible to read this new manga which is coming to France and which was inspired by the codes of Hajime Isayama’s manga.

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The new manga inspired by SNK and Jujutsu Kaisen

Do you know Dandadan ? Probably not and that’s normal since this work by Yukinobu Tatsu has only appeared in France since April 11, 2022. If the manga is already a great success in Japan, the Shōnen Jump and the Shueisha wish to conquer the second largest manga market in the world, France.

An obvious strategy when you know the craze that exists around the Attack on Titans or Jujutsu Kaisen. The two inspirations of the Japanese mangaka.

What is Dandadan?

Dandadan is a manga that features two high school students, fans of the occult, but skeptical about this belief. But when they come across a mysterious entity, Ken Takakura and Momo Ayase will try to understand and deepen this practice while discovering their new hidden powers.

Mixing horror like Attack on Titan, supernatural like Jujutsu Kaisen and a touch of humor, Dandadan is strongly reminiscent of the two manga, considered the most popular of the year. If you liked SNK or Gege Akutami’s creation, you’ll love this code-breaking shonen.