New Nue’s Exorcist Shonen Jump Manga Begins Its Run

New Nue’s Exorcist Shonen Jump Manga Begins Its Run
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Yet another new Shonen Jump manga called Nue’s Exorcist debuted on May 14, 2023. Kota Kawae is now a part of the magazine. It’s also available officially in English via Manga Plus and Viz Media. Each week on Sunday, a new chapter will appear.

Things begin with Nue overlooking students wandering around below her. She’s apparently trapped in a room that nobody is spiritually aware enough to notice. She’s notes that this year is her last chance right as Gakuro Yajima, a young man who can see spirits, is walking to class. When going to investigate an otherworldly disappearance, he happens upon her room and discovers she’s sealed there. Following spirits attacking his classmates, he agrees to work with her to train and use her power to become strong enough to fight back and protect people.

This is the fourth new Shonen Jump manga series to debut over the last few weeks. Near the beginning of April 2023, Tenmaku Cinema started its run. That involves a high schooler possessed by a deceased film writer who is using him to complete his final work. Kill Blue, a story about an assassin transformed into a child and sent off to accomplish goals for his employer while attending an ordinary school, appeared after that. At the beginning of May 2023, the period piece boxing manga Do Retry joined the roster. In it, a young man starts boxing in order to support his sister, who is suffering from tuberculosis following WWII.

Nue’s Exorcist is now running in Shonen Jump, and the next chapter of the new manga will appear on May 21, 2023.

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