Notice: Spoilers for chapter 236 of the Jujutsu Kaisen manga
This week, the manga and anime industry has received news that no one expected about Jujutsu Kaisen. The work created by Gege Akutami It is in one of the most tense moments so far and everything indicates that we will see an end soon, but before the conclusion, its author has left fans speechless.
Episode 236 of the manga Jujutsu Kaisen has confirmed the death of one of the most beloved characters in the entire work since its beginning: Gojo Satoru. One of the greatest talents of the school of wizardry has died at the hands of tribe, who with the help of Mahogara breaks it in two. Throughout the chapter, you can see how Satoru says goodbye to his friends one by one, leaving as the last panel the body of the sorcerer lifeless and broken in half.
This, as expected, has caused enormous sadness among fans of the work, who saw Gojo Satoru as someone invincible and the main asset to defeat Sukuna after having transported himself to the body of Megumi Fushiguro in a treasonous pact. However, this death makes all the sense in the world for a very clear reason: the author hated Gojo.
Over the past few years, he has expressed quite a bit of disdain for the most powerful sorcerer in the series. Without going any further, when he was caught in the Shibuya arch back in 2019, Akutami assured that, since Gojo had disappeared, 2020 was going to be a great year for him. Since Shibuya the author wanted to get rid of the sorcerer, so this death, although surprising, was not unreasonable knowing the enmity that the author had with the character.
He hasn’t clearly revealed why he hates him so much, but seeing how he draws him and his enormous power, it’s likely that he can’t stand the God complex that the character has had since the first chapter. Of course, The death of this character will leave its mark on the history of manga-animebut there is still Jujutsu Kaisen for a while and we hope to see Itadori in action before the end of the play.
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