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5 Awe-Inspiring Scenes From Jujutsu Kaisen’s Debut Season

5 Awe-Inspiring Scenes From Jujutsu Kaisen's Debut Season
5 Awe-Inspiring Scenes From Jujutsu Kaisen's Debut Season

After an extraordinary 24-episode run, the first season of Jujutsu Kaisen has finally concluded. As one of the finest shows to launch this past anime season, we decided to commemorate the series by looking at some of the series’ best moments thus far.

We’ll be discussing instances from the anime series so far, so spoiler alert for anyone who hasn’t seen the first season yet. There will be no manga spoilers, so there is no need to be concerned.

After an extraordinary 24-episode run, the first season of Jujutsu Kaisen has finally concluded. As one of the finest shows to launch this past anime season, we decided to commemorate the series by looking at some of the series’ best moments thus far. Here are the top five highlights from Jujutsu Kaisen’s first season.

We’ll be discussing instances from the anime series so far, so spoiler alert for anyone who hasn’t seen the first season yet. There will be no manga spoilers, so there is no need to be concerned.

Here are the top five highlights from Jujutsu Kaisen’s first season.
One of the most memorable experiences from the Kyoto Sister School Goodwill Event Arc was witnessing Itadori and Todo compete in a friendly competition, exhibiting their intelligence and skills. The only thing better was seeing them battle alongside one another like brothers as the curses engulfed the campus.
In intense no-holds-barred combat, the two jujutsu sorcerers battled toe-to-toe with the particular grade cursed spirit, Hanami, employing combinations as if they’d had been best friends for years.
This fight included some of the finest animations and combat choreography in the show’s history, as well as helping to establish Todo’s character and Itadori’s abilities as a sorcerer. It demonstrated that the former wasn’t just a jerk and that the latter may improve dramatically with the right instruction.
Only a few warriors as powerful as these two can stand up to a superior grade cursed spirit, much alone use the fight as a training opportunity.
In his combat against the cursed volcanic spirit, Jogo, Gojo used a range of bizarre skills. From the launch of his domain expansion, Infinite vacuum, to his surreal techniques like Cursed Technique Reversal: Red, the theme of Infinity has been present throughout his career.
Despite how dazzling and sophisticated all of Gojo Sensei’s techniques were, his eyes piqued viewers’ interest the most.
Until now, Gojo has kept his eyes hidden, as Kakashi did with his left eye in Naruto. It was never a question of whether we would see his eyes at some point, but rather when, and shockingly, that moment arrived relatively early on.
So, what was it that was hiding under the black eye mask? Simply stunning. Satoru Gojo does indeed have some of the most stunning eyes in anime history. As if we needed more reason to adore him.
To employ domain expansion: Infinite Void, Gojo had to disclose his eyes. This scenario also provided us with our first glimpse into how Gojo’s eyes contribute to his abilities. When Jogo first reaches the Infinite Void, he says, “I can’t see anything.” No, I see everything.”
Without a doubt, his eyes play a significant role in how his talents to function – something I’m sure we’ll learn more about as Jujutsu Kaisen progresses.
We were all under the impression that Panda was a panda because he resembled one, and his name was Panda.
So we were all surprised to hear his Panda say, “Panda… is not a panda!” during his fight with Mechamaru.
Panda turned out to be a cursed corpse mutation. He not only has his panda form, but he also has two siblings living inside him that give him the power to transform into a Gorilla form and another unrevealed form.
This sequence provided some insight into what Panda is and some excellent background from Panda’s youth growing up with the jujutsu sorcerer, Masamichi Yaga.
Jujutsu Kaisen Episode 23, The Origin of Obedience Part 2, completes the first season by having Megumi fight a particular grade cursed spirit identical to the one he and Itadori faced in episode 4.
Megumi didn’t have a chance against this sort of cursed spirit in the first meeting, and neither did Itadori – at least not without the assistance of Sukuna.
However, both sorcerers have grown very powerful since then. It was fascinating to observe Megumi’s progress as a jujutsu sorcerer by watching him destroy the cursed spirit. Still, it was even more rewarding to see how he achieved it.
Of course, we can’t forget the beginning: Itadori devouring Sukuna’s finger and becoming his vessel.
Despite Itadori’s extraordinarily outstanding strength, agility, and fighting prowess, he was still only a regular human and couldn’t harm a curse without consuming cursed energy. So, to rescue himself and Megumi in the program’s first episode, he did the unimaginable.
The authored article is written by Darshana Joshi and shared with Prittle Prattle News  exclusively.
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