Jujutsu Kaisen season 2 returns on August 31 in the “Shibuya Incident Part,” debuting a new trailer proving that even Gojo Satoru is not safe.
The new Jujutsu Kaisen: Shibuya Incident Arc trailer proves that even Gojo Satoru is not safe.
Gojo was personally named by Geto, highlighting the core focus of the second season of Jujutsu Kaisen season 2. The second season will span 18 episodes and end the season with a total of 23 episodes. Keeping the naming convention short and snappy, the Shibuya Incident represents a major turning point for Jujutsu practitioners, leaving fans with no time to rest from the emotional whirlwind of Warehouse. hidden/Premature death. “Ao no Sumika” by Tatsuya Kitani – the theme song of the first season was replaced with “Specialz” by King Gnu. This marks the continuation of their collaboration after Jujutsu Kaisen 0’s “Sakayume” (Contradictory Dreams) and “Ichizu” (The Only Way) by Jujutsu Kaisen 0 both performed by the band.
The Shibuya Incident arc premieres on the 31st for fans, but the 31st also marks an important date in the anime. October 31st is the day Geto started his plan to seal Gojo. “As for Gojo Satoru, at the right time… the right place…” Geto introduced the ominous trailer, before going on to outline that to his advantage, he really wanted to seal Gojo, the veteran Jujutsu practitioner. and former best. friend.
Gojo’s resolve will be tested in the Shibuya Incident, which follows from the Hidden Inventory/Early Death Section. The finale is short but aims to emphasize Gojo’s maturity as a human, justifying decisions such as why he would protect Yuji even after giving the order to kill him. Fans can sympathize with the pressures of being a Jujutsu practitioner, bringing a more human side to Geto, as well as appreciating Gojo’s title of “Strongest” turned into a duty of protection. how weak.
Gege Akutami’s Jujutsu Kaisen continues to be one of the most successful manga of its generation. Receiving praise from fans and even fellow mangakas like One Piece’s Eiichiro Oda, many fans say that season 2 has surpassed season 1’s highest achievements.
Jujutsu Kaisen: The Shibuya Incident premieres on August 31, 2023.