After more than a month of absence from the pages of Weekly Shonen Jump due to the health of the author Gege Akutami, the series was released by Jujutsu Kaisen will return to the magazine in early August along with the other works that are currently taking a break for the Tokyo Olympics. So before returning, let’s review the latest and greatest developments.

As Akutami explained in the weeks off, I am Back problems and other types of ailments, led to a slowdown in the production speed, as already became clear in Chapters 151 and 152, where there were incomplete tables and fewer pages than usual. Fortunately, the artist has recovered and his series will officially return on August 1, 2021 at Shonen Jump, where preparations for Kenjaku’s dangerous culling game are resumed.

One of the most important recent revelations is the fact that the Wrong Geto released a horde of demons instead of during the Shibuya incident Yuji Itadori, Satoru Gojo and Masamichi Yaga, instead viewed as the culprits by jujutsu society. Originally, Yuta Okkotsu appeared to have been sent by the company to have Yuji executed. However, the protagonist of Chapter 0 of Jujutsu Kaisen has shown himself on the side of Itadori, as Gojo had previously asked him to protect his protégé.

Become an ally Yuji, Yuta, and Megumi discover Kenjaku’s true intentionswho organizes a deadly tournament and forces anyone with skills related to the cursed spirits to fight. This forced the aforementioned trio and second grader Maki Zen’in to prepare properly.

Megumi became the leader of the Zen’in clan and used this position to allow Maki to take revenge. The young woman managed to get what she wanted cruelly slaughter his family in chapter 152. For this reason, chapter 153 could also give a brief look at the preparation of the other protagonists involved, and as the magazine’s preview itself anticipates, it will a focus on Yuji Itadori.

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