Jujutsu Kaisen takes us to a world where hardship, regret, shame, and all negative feelings sum up to form curses that skulk into our daily lives, resulting in hundreds of mysterious deaths every year.
Apart from the intense story-line and stunning animation, another aspect that made the anime even more popular is its opening and ending theme songs.
The current opening theme song ‘Kaikai Kitan’ by Eve has undoubtedly earned a place in the list of our all-time favorites.
The song’s catchy and addictive melody sets the perfect mood for the anime. For the second cour, Mappa has to come up with another great theme song that lives up to this mark.
On Monday, the second 2021 issue of Weekly Shonen Jump magazine revealed the new theme song artists for the Jujutsu Kaisen anime.
The new opening theme song titled “Vivid Vice,” will be performed by Who-ya Extended, and Japanese rock band Cö shu Nie will perform the new ending theme song “Give it Back.”
Cö shu Nie is already famous for its previous theme songs for The Promised Neverland, Psycho-Pass 3, and Tokyo Ghoul: re.
However, Who-ya Extended is a relatively new name and has previously performed a theme song for Psycho-Pass 3.
The TV anime premiered on October 2 and is dominating this entire fall 2020 anime list. The first season will have 24 episodes, which will be divided into two cours.
Jujutsu Kaisen second cour is expected to continue with Itadori’s quest to find and consume Sukana’s 20 cursed fingers. We will see how the relationship between Itadori and Sukana turns out as Sukana keeps getting stronger with each finger.
Jujutsu Kaisen manga has already surpassed 10,000,000 copies in sales as of now. With the anime picking up speed, more people are bound to get interested in the story.
About Jujutsu Kaisen
Jujutsu Kaisen, also known as Sorcery Fight, is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Gege Akutami, serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump since March 2018.
The individual chapters are collected and published by Shueisha, with eleven tankōbon volumes released as of June 2020.
Viz Media published the first three chapters for its “Jump Start” initiative and published the print series starting in December 2019.
An anime television series adaptation produced by MAPPA has been announced to premiere in October 2020.