Started in March 2018 as one of the new promises of Weekly Shonen Jump magazine, the manga Jujutsu KaisenThe company created by Gege Akutami was able to capture a large part of the readership and be transported into the dramatic and dangerous world of the young Yuji Itadori and other characters, students of the Tokyo Institute of Occult Arts.

After completing series like Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba and The Promised Neverland, Shueisha's next big title seems to be about to be released Near the conclusion is Jujutsu Kaisenand Akutami himself revealed it in a recent interview. In the post that @RanobeSugoi shared on Twitter, which you can find below, you can see a frame of the meeting where the mangaka explained how he and his editors are aiming for it Complete the story in about 2 years.

Of course, the anime produced by Studio MAPPA, which is also behind the creation of the fourth season of Attack of the Giants, will continue to adapt the story of Yuji Itadori, and the episodes published so far seem to be convinced many viewers buy the paper counterpartresulting in incredible sales growth for the manga. What do you think? Does 2 years seem like a reasonable amount of time to get to a well structured ending? Let us know with a comment below.

Recall that Jujutsu Kaisen is among the candidates for the Tezuka Prize, and we leave you to the chapter 139 cliffhanger, which anticipated an important confrontation for Yuji.

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