Jujitsu Kaisen reveals his most important lesson

Jujutsu Kaisen has become a force in the Shonen world in a relatively short period of time, with creator Gege Akutami’s first chapter appearing in 2018 and has graced the pages of Weekly Shonen Jump ever since. With the recently released prequel movie becoming one of the most popular anime movies of all time, the highly anticipated second season will be released this summer as the mangaka responsible for Jujutsu Tech has confirmed the most important lesson the series conveys.

Yuji Itadori has quite a few similarities to other Shonen heroes, wrestling with his own inner demon that gives him serious strength when it comes to fighting supernatural threats that want to cause serious trouble to humanity. While Yuji took a back seat in the latest prequel film as the film explored the life of newcomer Yuta Okkotsu, he will be making a comeback this summer. Ironically, the anime adaptation will once again travel to the past and focus on a much younger Gojo, the undisputed most popular character of the series, as anime viewers will see why he split from the current villain, Geto.

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In an earlier interview with a French news outlet, creator Gege Akutami had this to say when it came to the series’ most important lesson, hinting that the lines between good and evil aren’t as clear-cut as we might think:

“If there is one thing to mention, it is that no one has the ultimate truth. Both the good and the bad. Some try to kill the hero out of sheer selfishness, but others are led to this decision by logical reasoning. If no one is really right, no one is wrong. Each character is guided by his own ethics.”

With what we’ve seen of Geto so far, he seems pretty steadfast in the “evil” category, but with the season two prequel storyline further exploring his character, we may learn some hidden truths that the script on the big bad set. of the series.

What big takeaway have you had from witnessing Yuji Itadori and his fellow students at Jujutsu Tech’s journey thus far? Feel free to let us know in the comments or call me directly on Twitter @EVComedy to talk about all things comics, anime and the world of Jujutsu wizards.

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