news culture My Hero Academia & Jujutsu Kaisen: The manga stars of Shonen Jump unveil new posters for their anime!
After meeting with great success, Jujutsu Kaisen and My Hero Academia, two of the most popular manga currently published in Weekly Shonen Jump magazine, are awaiting a new season for their anime adaptations. To make the fans patent, two new posters have just been released.
- A comeback for My Hero Academia
- A long-awaited second season for Jujutsu Kaisen
Without a doubt, Jujutsu Kaisen and My Hero Academia are two of the most popular manga of the moment, especially thanks to their anime adaptation. Beyond their celebrity, the two works have the particularity of being published within the same magazine, Weekly Shonen Jump, surely the best-known magazine of its kind since it has hosted prestigious titles such as Dragon Ball, Naruto, Bleach or Demon Slayers, and continues to broadcast cult series like One Piece. But today, it’s not about mangas that we’re going to be talking about, but about anime adaptation, since we have news for My Hero Academia Season 6 and Jujutsu Kaisen Season 2. Be careful if you are not up to date or if you do not want to be spoiled, the following information could spoil the surprise for you.
A comeback for My Hero Academia
Let’s start with the first series to air, namely My Hero Academia Season 6 which is scheduled for release this fall, October 1 to be more specific. So, in this new poster, it is the Villains who are in the spotlight, namely Tomura Shigaraki, one of the main antagonists of the work, and Dabi, an equally powerful and charismatic enemy. If the latter keeps an outfit quite similar to the one we saw in the previous season, Shigaraki puts on a brand new new outfit. Thus, we see him with a red cape, which is reminiscent of superheroes, which covers his reinforced black suit which is similar to armor. What give a whole new look to this villain whose appearance changes a lot throughout the work. As a reminder, season five ended at the start of the Paranormal Liberation War arc which sees the heroes take on the Paranormal Liberation Front in all-out war, without giving too much away.
A long-awaited second season for Jujutsu Kaisen
On the side of Jujutsu Kaisen, the second season of the anime adaptation is expected for 2023 without further details for the moment. Once again, to make the fans wait, we are entitled to a poster that features Gojo Satoru, the charismatic mentor of Itadori, hero of the manga, with Geto Suguru and Shoko Ieiri in their second year uniforms at the exorcism school. As the tease therefore this poster, the beginning of season 2 should present the past of Gojo, as in the manga, before staging the arc of Shibuya which sees our heroes face plagues in the middle of Tokyo on Halloween night . An already cult arc for readers of the manga which is particularly expected in anime given the quality of adaptation on the part of Mappa. In the meantime, the animation studio is going to offer another highly anticipated anime in just under a month, namely Chainsaw Man, which is expected to air on October 11th.