Nobara Kugisaki and Megumi Fushiguro are getting ready to launch the newest pair of Asmus Collectible Toys Jujutsu Kaisen figurines.
Available for pre-order on Sideshow, the Kugisaki collection sees the Jujutsu school freshman wielding her signature hammer, while the Fushiguro character has the Ten Shadows user summon some of his shikigami. Both items feature multiple coupling points and many interchangeable parts, meaning fans can use the two figurines to recreate some of their favorite moments from Gege’s story. Akutami. Both retail for $170 and are expected to begin shipping in October.
The ongoing Jujutsu Kaisen manga first appeared in Shueisha’s Weekly Shōnen Jump in March 2018, and the series has produced 23 volumes so far. The story follows Yuji Itadori, a high school student with a talent for sports. After swallowing one of the rotten fingers of Ryomen Sukuna, the undisputed Cursed King, he finds himself recruited by a group of Jujutsu witches and placed under the tutelage of Satoru Gojo, the world’s most powerful sorcerer. .
Jujutsu Kaisen, considered a member of the Dark Trio of the shōnen genre, has attracted a large fan following; Currently, it is one of the best-selling manga of all time with over 80 million copies sold worldwide. There are more options for fans of Akutami’s work to spend their hard-earned money on manga excesses or new Asmus Collectible Toy figurines. Earlier this year, Loungefly released a Jujutsu Kaisen-inspired backpack that recreates the moment Itadori ate Sukuna’s finger and the first time a cursed spirit took possession of a high school student’s body.
Furthermore, Secretlab and Jujutsu Kaisen have teamed up to launch a high-quality gaming chair featuring an iconic look from the series. Available in regular and extra-large sizes, the chair takes influences from Jujutsu High School uniforms and includes cursed energy spiraling along its sides and back.
Jujutsu Kaisen fans show their love and appreciation for the franchise in more ways than just buying merchandise. In particular, cosplay is a major part of the Jutusu Kaisen fanbase; For example, costume master Kawabarker posted photos of their Kugisaki cosplay to pay homage to her unique magical style with numerous spikes floating around. Likewise, body illustrator rednamrahC shared their creepy image of Sukuna showing off the villain’s multiple eyes and black marks.
The Jujutsu Kaisen manga is distributed by VIZ Media in North America. Studio MAPPA’s anime adaptation is available to stream on Crunchyroll.
Source: Sideshow