Takaba’s cursed technique in Jujutsu Kaisen surpasses Luffy’s Gear Five in its ability to alter reality and the laws of physics. Both Takaba and Gear Five help lighten the tense mood of their respective series and bring much-needed humor to the story. Comedic characters like Luffy and Takaba bring a breath of fresh air to a setting filled with moody battles and dark undertones.
Breakthrough like A pieceAs epic as Gear Five’s reveal may be, the recent emergence of a certain character with very similar abilities suggests that One Piece may have borrowed Gear Five from another popular manga series. Jujutsu KaisenTakaba’s comedic hero Fumihiko has finally stepped into the spotlight and his Cursed Technique could give Luffy a run for his money.
Although Takaba and his Cursed Technique were featured heavily before Gear Five, the comedian was quickly sidelined amid the chaos of The Killing Game and its exciting events. another took place in Jujutsu Kaisen at that time. That said, Takaba has finally entered the battlefield against Kenjaku in recent chapters of Jujutsu Kaisen, allowing fans to see the full extent of his Cursed Technique and his ridiculous abilities. It.
Takaba’s fight against Jujutsu Kaisen’s Kenjaku clearly made waves among fans, and Chapter #242 perfectly highlights the sheer creativity of creator Gege Akutami as well as the absurdity of the Technique being Takaba’s curse as this user X, @jNelajus points out in their post. Takaba’s ability to freely bend reality as well as the playful nature of his so-called attacks raises the question of how Takaba’s Curse Technique can withstand the form Luffy’s Gear Five.
Takaba of Jujutsu Kaisen has a stronger Toon force than Luffy
As absurd as Luffy’s powers may be, his Devil Fruit, even in Gear Five, only allows him to change the shape and form of himself and the people and objects around him. Seeing as Luffy even achieved feats like materializing invisible phenomena like lightning and lifting floors like a carpet, he definitely possesses toon powers. However, his ability to alter reality and the laws of physics appears to be limited to this extent. Takaba’s cursed technique is superior to Gear Five’s in its ability to alter realityas Takaba can realize scenarios and alternate dimensions almost seamlessly.
Despite Luffy’s superiority in physical strength, it would be difficult to determine the outcome if he and Takaba truly surpassed each other. However, what one can be sure of is that Luffy and Takaba will definitely like each other and the fight will be incredibly silly and fun.
Takaba and Luffy’s Gear Five plays an underrated role
Both Takaba and Gear Five seem to serve a similar purpose in their respective stories in that they both relieve excessive tension. Luffy’s Gear Five first appeared at the climax of the Wano Arc, which until then had been relatively tense with the highest stakes in the series. Oda himself confirmed in an interview that he created Gear Five to keep One Piece fun and wanted to challenge the rules of shounen battles. Meanwhile, Takaba’s reintroduction to the series also comes at a crucial time when fans are grieving Gojo’s death and bracing themselves for the worst outcome.
Takaba’s hilarious antics and the silliness of his fight with Kenjaku really brought about a significant tonal shift in Jujutsu Kaisen. The latest chapters have brought back Jujustu Kaisen’s iconic missing humor, and fans seem to have responded positively to this reprieve. In an era where moody battles and unimaginably dark tones are slowly becoming the norm, comedic characters like Luffy and Takaba prove to be a much-needed breath of fresh air, and fans just It can be hoped that it is both Jujutsu Kaisen And A piece continues to give similar surprises to fans.
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Release date: 2020-10-03
Cast: Yuichi Nakamura, Junya Enoki, Yuma Uchida, Asami Seto, Kaiji Tang, Adam McArthur, Robbie Daymond, Anne Yatco
Category: Action, Animation, Supernatural
Writer: Hiroshi Seko
Streaming service(s): Crunchyroll
Franchise(s): Jujutsu Kaisen
Director: Sunghoo Park, Shota Goshozono