Anime Jujutsu Kaisen News

New Jujutsu Kaisen Visual Flaunts Itadori, Megumi & Gojo Sensei

The Japanese supernatural series Jujutsu Kaisen attracts fans from over the world owing to its interesting take on the traditional themes of curses and shamans.

The official website for the upcoming Jujutsu Kaisen anime television series unveiled a new key visual.

The latest visual features some of the series’ leading characters that fans will get to see in action when the new anime drops in Fall this year.

The image displays the protagonist Yuji Itadori along with the other main characters Megumi Fushiguro, Nobara Kugisaki, and Satoru Gojo. The electrifying cast is underlaid with a terror-stricken image of the effects of a curse.

Jujutsu Kaisen Anime: New Visual And More
Jujutsu Kaisen Visual | Source: Official Website

Gege Akutami’s manga is one of the most popular series being published in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine.

Jujutsu Kaisen focuses on a world where “Cursed Spirits” consume innocent people and where terrifying demons like Ryomen Sukuna exist.

Sukuna’s fingers alone possess an apocalyptic curse power that can be made one’s own by consuming the demon’s fingers.

Jujutsu Kaisen Anime: New Visual And More
Jujutsu Kaisen | Source: Viz Media

The well-received manga series is now set to be released as an anime on October 2nd, 2020 on Netflix Japan and Crunchyroll for international viewers.

Here’s a list of the anime’s crew :

PositionNameFamous Works
DirectionSunghoo ParkThe God of High School
Series CompositionHiroshi SekoAttack on Titan: Lost Girls
Character DesignTadashi HiramatsuParasyte -the maxim-
    Music CompositionHiroaki TsutsumiDr.Stone
Yoshimasa TeruiRibbon
Arisa OkehazamaThe God of High School

The opening theme song performed by Eve is titled “Kaikai Kitan” and Ali has performed the ending theme song “Lost in Paradise feat. AKLO.”

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.

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