If you’re a fan of the popular Jujutsu Kaisen anime series, then you’ve probably been looking forward to its second season for quite some time now. Fortunately, you don’t have to wait any longer. There’s plenty of news about the series’s upcoming season, including an intro video for its newest character, which reveals some intriguing details about the anime’s next story. We’ve got the synopsis, cast information, and release date.
If you’re a fan of the Jujutsu Kaisen manga, you might be excited to learn that the series is returning for a second season. The anime will adapt two story arcs. During Jump Festa 2023, an event held at the Tokyo Metropolitan Curse Technical School, an introduction panel was held to reveal character designs and release dates.
Satoru Gojo is a powerful sorcerer. His family includes two other magic families. He is the most powerful sorcerer in the world. His goal is to create a new heaven for jujutsu sorcerers. He will use his power to exterminate non-sorcerers.
During the event, MAPPA, Studio MAPPA, showed the official character introduction trailer. It featured Yuta Okkotsu, the main character of the series, and Satoru Gojo.
Satoru Gojo will guide the boy to the Tokyo Jujutsu High School. There, he will face the ancient sorcerer Kenjaku. However, things take a turn when the mysterious boy takes a monstrous curse into his soul.
The next season of Jujutsu Kaisen has finally been announced. The anime will debut in July 2023 and air for two “cours” in Japan. There is also news about the show’s video game, which will be released sometime in 2022.
The show is based on a manga by Gege Akutami. The manga has over 65 million copies in circulation. It is published by Shueisha. A dubbed version will be produced by MAPPA. The upcoming anime will follow the Shibuya Incident, Gojo’s Past, and Hidden Inventory story arcs.
The series is a dark fantasy. The main cast is forced to battle against an alliance of curse users. The series has quickly become one of the most popular shows in the world.
The first season of the series had 24 episodes. The second season will feature a full 24 episodes. It will be adapted from the manga and will be directed by Seong-Hu Park.
If you’ve been watching the Jujutsu Kaisen anime, you’re probably aware that the show’s second season is coming soon. The show will feature 24 to 26 episodes and is expected to cover two major arcs.
The first arc, known as Gyokusetsu, revolves around the past of Gojo. It’s also known as the Hidden Inventory/Premature Death arc. According to a Japanese website, the series will continue to adapt this story arc for its second season.
The second season will also likely cover the Shibuya Incident arc, which takes place in the present day. This arc is also expected to last two seasons. It revolves around a secret organization of sorcerers.
The main cast will battle against a group of curse users. They will also defend Gojo against being sealed away. This will definitely be exciting for fans. It’s also possible that the story will explore the transformation of Suguru Geto.
Crunchyroll will stream the new Jujutsu Kaisen episodes. They will likely debut during one of three major release windows.
Jujutsu Kaisen is a very popular anime series. In fact, it’s been nominated for Crunchyroll Anime Awards 2022 Best Animation. In addition, the manga has sold over 50 million copies.
The second season of the anime will continue to adapt the storyline of the manga. This season should last for about 24-26 episodes. It’s expected to premiere in the Summer of 2023. However, it’s not clear if it will be broadcast in the US.
There are two major storylines that the season will cover. The first, known as the Kaigyoku arc, is about Gojo. It covers chapters 65-79 in the manga. It’s about Gojo’s past and his mission to Tengen.
The other is the Shibuya Incident, which covers an alliance between Geto and Mahito. This arc takes place in the present. The main cast of characters must battle against a group of curse users. The season has yet to reveal an exact release date, but it’s expected to air in Japan sometime in the next two years.