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Jujutsu Kaisen: Fan Art Shows What Some Ghibli-Style Anime Characters Would Look Like | Spaghetti code

Date: February 25, 2024 Time: 11:10:14

The Jujutsu Kaisen anime became a sensation as the second season gave us interesting and exciting moments, but some characters surprised all the fans either with their story or their abilities.

Now it seems that these characters decided to jump into another world because someone presented them in the pure style that characterizes Studio Ghibli, and the truth is that we really want such a great crossover, but a fan has already done it. for us.

Jujutsu Kaisen in pure Ghibli style.

With the help of Facebook, artist Koyoshi has created an incredible version of some Jujutsu Kaisen that he has given a different style to, and they no doubt look like they came out of a Studio Ghibli movie, so they might even be the main characters of the movie.

As we well know, this anime showed us a universe full of sorcerers and curses, so it has a darker tone, but if Ghibli had helmed this work, things would have been different.

Source: Koyoshi

It seems that Satoru Gojo, Suguru Geto and Yuji Itadori are auditioning for Howl’s Moving Castle. Gojo has turned into the handsome wizard Howl, and Geto will play the role of Sophie, first as a young woman and even turning into an old woman with gray hair.

But it looks like that’s not all, because Yuji will be Howl’s little student who also works as a young wizard and will keep them both company, but to the surprise of many, Megumi has taken on the role of Calcifer, who has a heart from Howl.

This drawing has undoubtedly already made the rounds on the internet and fans have been more than delighted, they would even like to see the other characters as if they were characters from the famous Ghibli films.

What do you think of this version of Jujutsu Kaisen?


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