What character is in
X position on the image?
Maybe that is
Japanese Language Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for students, teachers, and linguists wanting to discuss the finer points of the Japanese language. It only takes a minute to sign up.Sign up to join this community
It is 「ン」.
「アバンチュール」 is the "French-Japanese" version of 「アドベンチャー」. Think of it as the "adventure in the love department". "aventure" vs "adventure".
"Adventure with Mahiro"
Another love-related "French vs. English" pair of katakana words you need to know to be fluent in Japanese is:
That would be an ん in Katagana form: ン
So your title would be:
In the font presented there the コ katagana would retain its connected-ness otherwise it would be too similar to the ん（ン）.
I know different fonts in Japanese can usually throw you off sometimes, but don't worry, keep reading and exposing yourself to new formats and you'll see the patterns in time.
*EDIT: チュル -> チュール, my bad. Thanks @Chocolate