Jujutsu Kaisen provided another sneak peek for everyone but Gege Akutami’s favorite white-haired man, Gojo Satoru, and daring assassin, Toji Fushiguro.
As Myamura (@/king_jin_woo) has revealed, two new illustrations by Gojo and Toji from the upcoming second season of the hugely popular Jujutsu Kaisen have been removed. Like day and night, the two illustrations couldn’t be more different. On the left, Toji has a sharp, menacing smile with a shadow on his face. On the right, highlighted by the light hitting his face, is Gojo. Sunglasses worn near the tip of his nose, Gojo smiled brightly and cheerfully, with no regard for the world.
The highly anticipated second season of Jujutsu Kaisen
Anticipation has been building for Season 2 of Jujutsu Kaisen since the end of Season 1. Season 2 will take fans back 11 years to when Gojo attended Jujutsu High School as a student with his friend Suguru. Geto. Season 2 will include the “Kaigyoku/Gyokusetsu” and “Shibuya Incident” parts, and according to Gojo voice actor Yuichi Nakamura, the new season will include more anime-only scenes. “I would be happy if manga fans could enjoy the enhanced direction in the anime,” Nakamura said. “Not only the battles but the other parts of the episodes will be flashy as well.”
Set in a world where negative human emotions culminate leading to the birth of Curses whose goal is to harm humanity, Jujutsu Kaisen follows Yuji Itadori, a high school student. physically unusual. After swallowing the rotten finger of Sukuna, the King of Curses, Yuji unwittingly received the death sentence himself. With the help of the charismatic and eccentric Gojo Satoru, an eccentric teacher at Jujutsu High School, Yuji tries to buy himself a little more time until he finds and eats his remaining fingers. Sukuna.
About Gege Akutami’s Jujutsu Kaisen
Gege Akutami began serializing Jujutsu Kaisen in Weekly Shōnen Jump in March 2018 and has hinted that the series may be coming to an end at some point in the near future. Mangaka has been on a couple of hiatuses lately, with the most recent being in April 2023. The series has proven its popularity with several episodes that have reached the New York Times bestseller list and have more than one 70 million copies have been released as of August 2022. However, many fans have recently criticized Viz Media for its “lazy” translations, such as in Chapter 221, “Win and Lose”. Shortly after this chapter was published, fans noticed that Viz changed Gojo’s dialogue from “No” to “No, I will win”, thus paralleling the previous conversation between him and Yuji.
Season 2 of Jujutsu Kaisen will premiere on July 7. Part 1 and prequel Jujutsu Kaisen 0 are available to stream on Crunchyroll.