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With each new phase of the plot, Jujutsu Kaisen has actually surpassed the expectations of its supporters in ways that are both surprising and satisfying. Some storylines are more memorable than others.
Jujutsu Kaisen, written by Gege Akutami, is widely regarded as one of the most ground-breaking titles in the shonen genre. The originality and depth of thought shown in the writing of the series have won it a great deal of acclaim. To say that Jujutsu Kaisen has exceeded the expectations of its audience with each new part of the tale would be an understatement. It’s not often that a shonen anime completely reimagines an established formula.
Yuji Itadori, the main character of Jujutsu Kaisen, becomes immersed in the realm of jujutsu sorcery when he accidentally eats one of Sukuna’s fingers. At the end of each act, the sorcerers face more horrific cursed spirits and nasty users of curses who they have to vanquish. It should come as no surprise that some arcs will be more memorable than others.
The Cursed Womb Arc provided readers with their first look at what was to come in subsequent chapters of Jujutsu Kaisen. During this portion of the narrative, many crucial pieces of information were disclosed. First, during this time, Yuji went into a Binding Vow with Sukuna in order to be resurrected after having his heart torn out of his chest.
Second, there was some evidence to suggest that Sukuna would ultimately seize control of Yuji’s body and bring about widespread destruction. In conclusion, Sukuna’s interest in Megumi’s cursed method, the Ten Shadows, sprang from her recognition of the possible benefits it offered. This was one of the first instances in which she did so. In addition, this was the first time that those inside the higher echelons of jujutsu society were responsible for Yuji’s demise. This arc may seem unimportant in comparison to others, but the substantial amount of foreshadowing and worldbuilding it contains solidified its position as an essential component of the Jujutsu Kaisen story.
Megumi saw a great amount of character growth during the course of the Death Painting Arc. He eventually came out of his shell and let free for a change when he triggered his Domain Expansion: Chimera Shadow Garden, despite the fact that it was incomplete.
In addition, since Yuji was in such a state of emotional turmoil after murdering his siblings, the Death Painting Arc provided a fair amount of context to his relationship with Choso. Aside from that, the battle that Yuji and Nobara put up to take down the brothers was really incredible. The most exciting part of the fight was when the two fighters united all of their formidable skills to deliver the knockout punch. Immediately after Yuji had struck Kechizu with a Black Flash, Nobara used her Hairpin technique to counterattack.
At least one tournament arc is required to be included in every single combat shonen. Nevertheless, Jujutsu Kaisen’s stands out as a particularly good example of the genre. Not only did it provide a large number of new characters, but it also included several fan favourites from previous instalments demonstrating new cursed abilities. The battles between Nobara and Momo, Mai and Maki, Megumi and Noritoshi Kamo, and Panda and Mechamaru were just a few of the many memorable incidents that occurred throughout this arc.
When talking about the Goodwill Event, Todo and Yuji obviously can’t be ignored either. They can’t be left out of the conversation. After starting off by beating each other up, these two eventually became close enough to form a bromance that allowed them to take on Hanami as a team. Before Yuji beat Nanami’s record for the number of Black Flashes, the attention was stolen by Todo’s Boogie Woogie. Then, at the precise moment when it seemed as if the arc could not possibly improve any more, Satoru came through and used his Hollow Purple method.
The return of Yuta was unavoidable; nonetheless, the manner in which he returned was completely unanticipated. He conned the higher-ups by promising to murder Yuji, which he accomplished; nevertheless, he utilised the Reverse Cursed Technique to bring Yuji back to life after he had been killed. During their struggle, Yuta behaved like a stone-cold murderer; but, as Yuji regained consciousness, he laughed and said, “What a relief!”
During the Itadori’s Extermination Arc, there occurred a number of other noteworthy occurrences, such as the huge disclosure that Choso and Yuji are half-brothers. In addition to that, the battle between Choso and Naoya had fans of the Jujutsu Kaisen manga on the edge of their seats.
Jujutsu Kaisen took a darker turn following Mahito’s debut. Yuji had to conceal the fact that he had been brought back to life, so he began training with Nanami. On the other hand, something ominous was about to raise its ugly head, and Yuji was going to be compelled to learn the truth about cursed spirits.
To determine how far Junpei would fall off the deep end of the psychological spectrum, Mahito played with Junpei’s mind. Idle Transfiguration was used on Yuji just as he was ready to prevent Junpei from becoming into a full-fledged villain. This resulted in Yuji’s horrific death. Even more unfortunate is the fact that Yuji was unable to convince Sukuna to bring Junpei back to life; instead, the King of Curses and Mahito laughed at his expense.
During the Tokyo No. 1 Colony Arc, the much-anticipated Culling Game finally got under way after all of the buildup. The Culling Game is now still being played and is growing up to be one of the most lethal death games in anime. The whole event is an unparalleled act of jujutsu terrorism that Kenjaku has orchestrated in order to speed up the process of human progress.
In Jujutsu Kaisen, various new antagonists were introduced during the Tokyo No. 1 Colony Arc. These new antagonists included the eccentric sorcerer Reggie Star and the attorney-turned-sorcerer Hiromi. Megumi and Yuji are seen to be coping with psychological hardship throughout the arc. When Megumi is attempting to rescue Tsumiki, Yuji is having a difficult time coming to terms with the atrocities that Sukuna did while he was in control of his body.
The Perfect Preparation Arc was led by a real star, and that star was Maki Zenin. Due to the fact that it occurred just before to the beginning of the Culling Game, it is sometimes overlooked in conversations among fans, with the exception of one defining event: Maki’s slaughter of the Zenin Clan. Mai made the ultimate sacrifice by giving her life so that Maki might exploit the full power of Heavenly Restriction. Maki put an end to the rest of the clan in order to fulfil Mai’s last desire, which was for her to destroy everything. She eliminated each and every one of the clan’s most powerful sorcerers one by one.
During the Perfect Preparation Arc, Gakuganji was responsible for the death of Masamichi Yaga, which is an important fact to bring up. In instead of an angry response, Panda was overcome with grief and spoke one of the most heartbreaking lines in the whole Jujutsu Kaisen series when he replied, “Even pandas weep.”
The Cursed Child Arc, sometimes known as Jujutsu Kaisen 0 for short, is an outstanding prelude to the main series. Yuta was troubled by visions of his boyhood best buddy and the woman he cared deeply for, Rika. As a spiteful cursed ghost, Rika remained at Yuta’s side throughout their ordeal. He made a solemn oath to liberate her soul and thereafter enrolled in Jujutsu High School, where he was immediately labelled as a sorcerer of exceptional grade.
Not only did the Cursed Child Arc highlight Yuta’s potential as a sorcerer, but it also provided an opportunity for Jujutsu High’s second-year pupils to step into the spotlight. In addition to this, it included a depiction of the notorious Night Parade of a Hundred Demons and disclosed some facts of Suguru. The story arc was full of exciting moments, and Yuta was the ideal protagonist for the story.
One of the most interesting aspects of Jujutsu Kaisen was the arc that took place in Gojo’s past. Up until that point, Satoru’s history had been kept a secret, and the sorcerer’s arrogant and carefree demeanour had helped to keep it that way. On the other hand, this arc firmly established Satoru as one of the series’ best-written characters and introduced a number of additional characters that are also of an exceptionally high calibre.
The Gojo’s Past Arc is a flashback of Satoru’s time as a student at Jujutsu High with Suguru, his lifelong closest friend who took a terrible turn to the dark side. This event takes place during the Gojo’s Past Arc. In addition, Toji Fushiguro is shown for the first time. The first time that Satoru was defeated by Toji was an important turning point, but Satoru’s comeback was unquestionably one of the most exciting parts of the Jujutsu Kaisen. Satoru pushed himself to perfect the Reverse Cursed Technique so that he could cure his wound and exact vengeance on Toji. He did this so that he could demonstrate to everyone that he is the only one who deserves to be recognised.
The Shibuya Incident is without a doubt the most compelling storyline that Jujutsu Kaisen has to offer. It was a wrecking ball for the prior worldbuilding that had been done in the series. Satoru was imprisoned in the Prison Realm, the actual nature of Pseudo-Geto was exposed, and Sukuna gained control of Yuji’s body for a lengthy amount of time and tore Shibuya apart. All of these events occurred simultaneously.
The fact that no other series would dare to demolish its own universe is exactly what sets Jujutsu Kaisen apart from the rest of the competition. The manner in which Yuji reacted to the never-ending onslaught of trauma that was directed on him during the Shibuya Incident demonstrated that he is a protagonist of the highest calibre. Not only did Sukuna’s rampage tear away a quarter of a mile of the city, but it also irreparably wounded Yuji’s mind. On top of that, a number of characters who were quite popular among the audience suffered severe injuries or were rendered completely inoperable.