Jujutsu Kaisen and Bleach Reveal Perfect New Merch for the Summer

The world of anime doesn’t have nearly as many horror series as you might think, though there have certainly been plenty of Shonen series that have taken the opportunity to dive into the realm of the supernatural. With Jujutsu Kaisen and Bleach being two of the biggest examples of these kind of anime series, it seems that the stories that introduced us to both Yuji and Ichigo are set to release some perfect merchandise for the summer as the hot days inch closer to arriving.

Both Jujutsu Kaisen and Bleach are set to receive their own specialty hand fans, with each of these fans being printed with unique images from the Shonen franchises that routinely feature the supernatural. Retailing for around $22 USD per fan, this merch is quite unique when it comes to paying homage to the worlds of Yuji and Ichigo. While fans will have to wait until next year to once again dive into Jujutsu Kaisen’s second season, Bleach’s anime adaptation is set to arrive later this year, dropping new episodes that will cover the “Thousand-Year Blood War Arc”, the storyline which was originally considered to be the finale for Tite Kubo’s masterpiece.

The Official Twitter Account for Jujutsu Kaisen, and Twitter User Maseindo_Anime, shared the two fan sets for both Jujutsu Kaisen and Bleach, which will go on sale later this year through Premium Bandai, with pre-sales currently made available for fans of these spooky supernatural series:


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— ?????? (@maisendo_anime) May 9, 2022

Bleach was originally considered to be one of the “Top Three” within Weekly Shonen Jump, standing alongside One Piece and Naruto as the top sellers for the regularly released publication. Over time, however, the story of the Soul Society faded, but with Bleach set to make a grand return in the anime and Tite Kubo recently putting together a new chapter for the Shinigami, it will be interesting to see if Tite Kubo’s series is able to reclaim its former glory and compete with the runaway juggernaut that is Jujutsu Kaisen.


Which of these two Shonen series do you like the best? Feel free to let us know in the comments or hit me up directly on Twitter @EVComedy to talk all things comics, anime, and the worlds of supernatural Shonen.