Jujutsu Kaisen Season 2: Fans Left Awed By Geto and Gojo
The second season of Jujutsu Kaisen, which is based on Gege Akutami's hit manga series, will adapt the "Gojo's Past" and "Shibuya Incident" arcs. These arcs will be a must-watch for all fans of the show!
Jujutsu Kaisen Season 2 is set to air this summer. With two manga arcs to cover, the second season of the anime adaptation is sure to be an amazing addition to the already-beloved shonen series.
The Shibuya Incident Arc
The Shibuya Incident Arc is Jujutsu Kaisen's longest arc, and it is one of the most ambitious and important. This arc is packed with surprises, high stakes combat, and shocking plot twists.
It also features major deaths that have a big impact on the story. It's a domino effect that completely changes the world of Jujutsu Kaisen.
This arc is filled with shocking plot twists, high stakes combat, and amazing battle choreography. It also delves deep into Geto's psyche and what prompted him to become a villain in the first place.
The arc also includes a lot of interesting character development, especially Ryomen Sukuna. He is undoubtedly the most interesting character in this arc, and he makes a significant impact on the story as a whole.
The Fearsome Womb Arc
The anime's first season was a huge hit, and fans are eagerly awaiting the second installment. As the series is still under production, MAPPA hasn't released a whole lot of information on Season 2.
However, the studio did release some new character visuals to hype up fans and tease the upcoming arcs. The new images feature Geto and Gojo in their high school uniforms - which are instantly recognizable even to non-anime fans.
But they're not the only new characters to be introduced. The studio also revealed a new plot point for the season.
In this plot, Kiyotaka Ijichi sends in Yuji, Megumi and Nobara to save people from a mysterious cursed womb in West Tokyo. The group encounters a few Curses along the way, including a "Chekhov's Gunman" and a "Curb-Stomp Battle."
The Fearsome Womb Arc is one of the most anticipated arcs in Jujutsu Kaisen. Featuring some of the most horrifying events in the manga, this arc will be absolutely mind-blowing!
The Kyoto Goodwill Event Arc
The next big arc in Jujutsu Kaisen season 2 is set to shake up the anime world, as it follows the Goodwill Event. It pits the Tokyo and Kyoto sister schools against each other in a series of intense battles.
The fights are a mix of new and returning characters, but there will be some standouts that fans are really looking forward to watching. One of these is the introduction of Megumi Fushiguro’s father, Toji!
He’s a new character that everyone is bound to fall in love with. He’s attractive, calm and possesses a very cool personality!
He’s also a skilled and capable close-quarters fighter, which makes him a great match for Gojou. He’s got a great range of moves and is deadly with his hands!
The Death Painting Arc
Many Jujutsu Kaisen fans are losing their minds over Season 2 Geto and Gojo. They have been hyping up the anime series for months and they aren't letting go of their expectations yet!
The upcoming season will take fans back to the past when Satoru Gojo and Suguru Geto were still in Jujutsu High. The story will delve into their childhood years where they learned to use their powers for good.
Satoru and Suguru were both special grade sorcerers at Jujutsu High. They were considered the strongest students in their classes.
They also gained a lot of knowledge from their mentor Master Tengen. This helped them become successful sorcerers and curse users.
But despite this, they grew to have a deep hatred for people who weren't sorcerers. This led to them killing 100s of civilians.
This arc will be a heartbreaking one for Gojo and Suguru. They will see their mentors fall and become enemies of each other.
The manga allows you to unravel the mysteries and plot twists at your own pace, savoring the suspense and anticipation as the story unfolds. You have the freedom to pause and ponder the events
Saturn's role in the upcoming events is also likely to become more prominent. His disdain for Vegapunk's peaceful approach suggests that he has more sinister intentions for the Pacifista project.