Shueisha’s editorial department has officially announced the return of “Jujutsu Kaisen” at its official publication rate after its creator, Gege Akutami, took a month off due to concerns from the manga’s editors about his health. and so he can resume his fast-paced supernatural action story once he starts to feel better.
“Jujustu Kaisen” began its hiatus after the release of chapter 152 on June 14, taking a seven-week break before returning to the pages of Weekly Shonen Jump magazine for the arrival of its new installment.
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The return of “Jujutsu Kaisen” comes in the middle of the so-called “culling game”, featuring Yuji Itadori and Megumi Fushiguro preparing themselves before Tsumiki and the rest of the curse users are forced to fight in the deadly tournament of Kenjaku.
Chapter 153 of “Jujutsu Kaisen” is available entirely free of charge thanks to the Shonen Jump virtual library on Viz Media, as presented by the official social media account of the acclaimed manga magazine.
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In the previous chapters of the series, Gege Akutami focused the story on Maki Zenin’s point of view as she was able to eliminate the Zenin clan thanks to the Limiters removed from her body after Mai’s sacrifice, although she will only be one of the female fighters who will be involved in the tournament, so Yuji and Megumi will need all possible help in the near future.
“Jujutsu Kaisen” picks up the manga’s story with Yuji and Meguni attempting to recruit a new ally: the anticipated presence of Kinji Hakari, who was a third-year Jujutsu Tech student whom Yuta Okkotsu has stated is much stronger than him, an introduction that could change the balance of powers in the plot.
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