When the second season of Jujutsu Kaisen make its debut, fans will discover that the first season was little more than a teaser for the epic adventure that awaits Yuji, Megumi, and Nobara. As long as the anime faithfully follows the manga, fans will be in for a real treat when Gojo’s past arc and Shibuya incident arc finally make their way to the screen.
The first season of Jujutsu Kaisen spanned 68 chapters of the manga in 24 episodes. If the second season follows suit, it should be able to fit the 15 chapters of Gojo’s past arc and the 58 chapters of the Shibuya incident arc in the second season of the anime. To put it simply, fans of Jujutsu Kaisen they have a lot to look forward to next season.
10 Gojo’s Past Arc Gives Fans A Chance To Meet Teen Gojo
Before fans return to the main timeline of Jujutsu Kaisen, which places Yuji Itadori as the protagonist of the series, they have to experience the world of jujutsu through the eyes of Yuta Okkatsu and Satoru Gojo.
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Before the second season of the anime premieres de JJK, fans will be able to follow Yuta in the next movie of JJK. After the premiere of the film, and if the anime follows the line of the manga, fans will be able to follow a teenage Satoru Gojo serving the world of jujutsu witchcraft as a second-year student at Tokyo Jujutsu High. Young Gojo may not be as powerful as the Satoru fans know and love today, but he is just as adorable.
9 Before Geto started terrorizing the jujutsu world, he and Gojo were the strongest together
Before Gojo claimed to be the strongest sorcerer in jujutsu, he claimed the strength of his friendship with Suguru Geto. The bromance established between these two characters during Gojo’s past arc made Suguru’s recent villainy heartbreaking. It’s especially heartbreaking when Gojo revises his strength motto to include Geto saying, “We are the strongest.”
8 Megumi’s father makes his anime debut
Megumi Fushiguro is one of the most beloved new generation anime characters. His stoic personality and skill as a young jujutsu wizard make it easy to fall in love with him, but fans won’t know true love for anime until they set their eyes on Toji Fushiguro.
The original rebel of the Zenin Clan walked away from the power of jujutsu and his family by taking his wife’s last name and serving as a hired mercenary. During the past Gojo arc, Touji is hired to take down Satoru Gojo and Suguru Geto, two of the strongest wizards in jujutsu. Luckily, Touji shows up well prepared and equipped.
7 Along With Toji Fushiguro, New Cursed Weapons Are Introduced To Expand The World Of JJK
The world of jujutsu witchcraft revolves so much around cursed energy manipulation and cursed techniques that fans often forget the importance of cursed weapons. Maki Zenin and Yuji Itadori make good use of cursed weapons throughout the first season of Jujutsu Kaisen, but no one wields a sword like Touji Fushiguro.
When Touji appears to take down Gojo and Geto, he carries a cursed spirit with him for the sole purpose of wielding an unrivaled arsenal of cursed weapons. Among these weapons is a chain that has no length limit and an inverted spear with the ability to nullify cursed energy. If fans didn’t see the importance of cursed weapons in season one, season two will surely correct it.
6 Before Satoru recruited Megumi, he faced the wrath of Toji Fushiguro, the outcast of the Zenin family
After Gojo and Geto’s team confront an army of wizards who seek to prevent the pair from reestablishing Tengen’s Immortality Technique, they finally face their rival, Toji Fushiguro. It may seem ironic that a man without cursed energy is Satoru Gojo’s only match, but Touji proves that even someone like him is capable of matching the strength of the two strongest jujutsu wizards in Japan.
The two separate battles between Satoru and Toji are two of the best fighting sequences in the manga. JJK. Once animated in season two, they may be two of the best fight sequences in the new generation of shonen anime.
5 The Shibuya Incident Shatters JJK’s World For Better Or For Bad
The arc of the Shibuya incident is the longest in the manga. Jujutsu Kaisen till the date. At 58 chapters, this arc doubles the length of the second longest arc in the manga. If length alone doesn’t direct readers’ attention to the epic scale of this arc of JJK , maybe Sukuna’s third coming will.
During the Shibuya Incident Arc, Psuedo Geto and his band of special grade cursed spirits launch their attack on the jujutsu world by cornering Yuji Itadori and force-feeding him with 10 of Sukuna’s fingers. The resulting slaughter decimates the world of jujutsu and leaves out several characters that fans have come to see as staples of the new shonen series.
4 Tengen’s Immortality and Barrier Techniques Find Their Place At The Center Of JJK’s Plot
In the first season of Jujutsu Kaisen Master Tengen is only named to explain how barriers are used to protect Tokyo Jujutsu High from those who wish to harm the world created by the three great families of jujutsu. If the anime stays true to the manga, the second season will delve into the character of Tengen to reveal that he is the cornerstone of the plot of JJK .
Gojo’s Past Arc takes the time to explain how Tengen’s Cursed Immortality Technique works. The Shibuya Incident Arc that follows takes Satoru Gojo off the board so Noritoshi Kamo can light a spark under Tengen’s barrier techniques with the Culling Games. These Culling Games have yet to make it to the manga, but they will be some amazing content for the third or fourth season of the anime. de JJK .
3 Mechamaru performs an incredible show of force from a distance against Mahito
Mechamaru is easily overlooked in the first season of Jujutsu KaisenBut few fans will forget the battle between him and Panda during the Kyoto Goodwill Event Arc.
The celestial restraint that paralyzes Kokichi Muta’s body allows the young sorcerer to control a series of mechs throughout Japan with their immense levels of cursed energy. His battle with Panda is impressive, but it is not until the arc of the Shibuya incident that manga fans can see how powerful Muta has become as a result of this heavenly restraint.
2 Fans will finally receive the first clues about Yuji’s story
In the first season of Jujutsu Kaisen Three death paint bellies have already been featured, but it’s not until the second season that Yuji becomes related to That, Kechizu, and Choso. The final arc of the first season pits Yuji and Nobara against Kechizu and Eso in a battle that pushes both students into the realm of the special grade.
After defeating the two cursed wombs, Yuji provokes Choso’s wrath. The third brother of the trio of cursed wombs awakened by Mahito vows to destroy Yuji until he experiences a flashback that convinces him that Yuji is one of his brothers. Although fans will likely have to wait until season three to meet Yuji’s parents, season two links the young man to Noritoshi Kamo and the Painting of Death: Cursed Bellies.
1 Every anime needs a beach scene and JJK’s second season offers it during Gojo’s past arc
Gojo’s Past Arc serves more than just to characterize Satoru Gojo and introduce new cursed weapons. Towards the middle of the arc, fans of the shonen anime will be able to delight in the obligatory beach scene of the shonen anime.
The first season did a fantastic job of casting the obligatory baseball scene from the shonen anime, but even that can’t compare to watching Satoru Gojo enjoying a day at the beach.