Maki Zenin is back in action thanks to the impressive Jujutsu Kaisen promotional art created to open the exhibition to be presented to the franchise. And while we didn’t miss the sorceress in the manga, it’s nice to see her look back, like we’re meeting her for the first time again.
A cool illustration of Maki was made by artist Kojo Masayuki for the Jujutsu Kaisen 0 exhibition, which will be held from March 15 to April 10, 2023 in Tokyo. Later, the exhibition will travel to different regions of Japan throughout the year, showcasing material from both the Gege Akutami manga and the MAPPA film adaptation.
Akutami assured at the start of the year that Jujutsu Kaisen could end this year 2023, though the unexpected events of the manga that have taken place in recent episodes have left us with more questions than answers about the story’s outcome. What is Ryōmen Sukuna’s true plan and what will the magicians do to defeat him? What will happen now that Sukuna’s packaging has changed?
So for now, don’t forget that the second season of the anime already has a release date for this year. It’s true that the first part of the series ended some time ago, but we can’t ignore the magnificent premiere of Jujutsu Kaisen 0, which took the franchise to the skies with its resounding success at the worldwide box office. Now available on Crunchyroll in both the original language and the Latin Spanish dub to relive the epic story of Yuta Okkotsu.