After launching in Weekly Shōnen Jump in 2018, the manga has accrued a loyal following over the past five years it’s been serialized in the magazine. Chapters were later collected and published by Shueisha as volumes.
Jujutsu Kaisen is written and illustrated by Gege Akutami. The fantastical manga follows high school student Yuji Itadori, who may not fit in but finds joy in participating in his school’s Occult Club. Things take a supernatural turn when Yuji unlocks, and then swallows, a rotten spiritual being called a Curse.
Higround’s keyboard collection is composed of four editions: two Basecamp 65 models and two Summit 65 models. While both keyboards feature PBT keycaps, the Basecamp 65 is built with an aluminum frame and silicone-dampening foam, whereas the Summit 65 boasts a full CNC aluminum case, gasket-mounted design and to top it off, graphic switches.
Models for the Basecamp 65 and Summit 65 come in two varieties of character art. One features protagonist Yuji and the other showcases the evil Curse that Yuji becomes host to in the manga, a spirit named Ryomen Sukuna.
The collection also offers matching mouses and additional keycaps. All products in the lineup are up for sale in a limited drop on February 24, available via Higround’s website.
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