“I’m going to draw some pretty crazy things”: one of the most cult manga of recent years will end in 2023

“I’m going to draw some pretty crazy things”: one of the most cult manga of recent years will end in 2023 – Abaca

The year 2023 is fast approaching and we already have a reason not to be impatient for it. While we have just said goodbye to Tokyo Revengers and that Kōhei Horikoshi could end My Hero Academia in a few months, it is Gege Akutami’s turn to announce that the conclusion of his manga Jujutsu Kaisen ( published by Ki-oon in France) is about to be staged.

After being spoiled for a decade, manga fans find themselves facing the gradual end of an era that has something to make some heartaches. In the space of a few (long) months, these are indeed some of the most iconic titles that have come to an end in Japan. So after Demon Slayer in 2020 and The attack of the Titans in 2021, it is tokyo revenge which was concluded this year.

A difficult situation to live with which will unfortunately continue in the years to come. While Eiichiro Oda assures that he is closer than ever to the conclusion of Luffy’s adventures (he started the final arc of One Piece) and that Kōhei Horikoshi does not imagine himself continuing Deku’s story for very long in My Hero Academiatoday is the turn of Gege Akutami to prepare his audience for the farewell of Jujutsu Kaisen.

Soon the end for Jujutsu Kaisen

A few days ago was organized the Jump Festa 2023 in Japan. To this end, and while the actors Junya Enoki (Yūji Itadori), Yuichi Nakamura (Satoru Gojō) and Nobunaga Shimazaki (Mahito) were present on stage to talk about season 2 of the anime, a message from the mangaka has in the even been shared on a screen. And you will have understood, this one was heavy with meaning.

After confiding, “As always, I will continue to draw things rather…

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