The anime adaptation of Jujutsu Kaisen will debut in Japan next October but, despite a more than convincing first trailer, some fans still have some reservations about the final quality of the product of Study MAP. In this regard, the author intervened a little while ago Gege Akutami, reassuring fans through a post on his social profile.

The mangaka released an update on May 25, writing: "We are experiencing difficult times, and obviously the production of the anime is suffering. I'm working hard not to annoy the guys who are working on the adaptation. Having said that, I managed to take a look at the script of the first episode a short time ago, and I can confirm that it is a real gem for all the otaku of my generation! I can't wait for it to come out!".

Jujutsu Kaisen's anime could really be there next big series, especially considering the quality of the original work. The manga has even earned the title of successor of Demon Slayer in Japan, and Netflix Japan has made an important bet by ensuring its distribution. To be able to reach the general public, however, the anime must first be able to count on a high quality adaptation.

And what do you think of it? What expectations do you have for this series? Let us know by leaving a comment in the box below! In case you haven't done it yet, we suggest you take a look at the splendid key visual of Jujutsu Kaisen published a few days ago.

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