Written and illustrated by Gege Akutami, Jujutsu Kaisen is a popular Japanese manga series. Nineteen tankobon volumes will be released by Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump as of April 2022, following the manga’s serialization in March 2018.
In this novel, a high school student named Yuji Itadori becomes a host for Ryomen Sukuna, a powerful curse that must be broken in order for Yuji to live. From April through July 2017, Shueisha Jump GIGA published Akutami’s Tokyo Metropolitan Curse Technical School, which was compiled in a tankobon volume, retrospectively titled Jujutsu Kaisen 0 in December 2018, as a sequel.
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Viz Media has licensed Jujutsu Kaisen for English-language distribution in North America since December 2019. The series is available in English translation on the Manga Plus website, thanks to Shueisha. May 2019 and January 2020 saw the release of Ballad Kitaguni’s two novels.
For the duration of October 2020 to March 2021, MBS airs a 24-episode MAPPA anime television series. Anime fans outside of Asia can watch the show on Crunchyroll, which will release an English dub in November 2020. In April of 2021, the anime’s original music was released. In 2023, the show will return for a second season.
The latest episode of Jujutsu Kaisen has unleashed one of the most bloody clashes yet in the Culling Game! With the first few fights in the Tokyo No.1 Colony settled, attention has switched to Kinji Hakari and Panda as they make their way through the Tokyo No.2 Colony, kicking off a new phase of the Culling Game’s fights.
The lethal tournament had brought Hikari and Panda face to face with their first opponents after being split up like Yuji and Megumi had been earlier in the game.
Hikari’s first battle in the Culling Game had ended just like the other key heroes, but Panda’s was a far more difficult circumstance. Hajime Kashimo, the strongest fighter in the colony, was one of the few players having more than 100 points in his kitty before the event.
The latest installment of the series has shown off its bloodiest fight yet, as Panda was ripped apart and left in a bloody heap on the floor.
That Kashimo’s attack on Panda at the close of the previous chapter had ripped apart his body was confirmed in Chapter 185 of Jujutsu Kaisen.
Even though Panda is still alive, Kashimo’s electric blast on Panda’s body clearly destroyed the other two cores. Despite the fact that Panda is still alive, he is badly injured, and Kashimo is preparing to remove his severed head from his body as well, despite how badly beaten and bloodied Panda is.
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When Kashimo was ready for the ultimate strike, Hakari came to the rescue and saved the day. Hakari and Panda will have no hope of surviving the rest of the Culling Game unless he can overcome one of their most dangerous enemies thus far in the tournament.
But what are your thoughts? How do you like the combat in the Tokyo No.2 Colony so far in the Culling Game? Leave your opinions in the comments below!