Jujutsu Kaisen Weekly Shonen Jump helped to launch Weekly Shonen Jump and has since grown to be one of the most popular anime franchises. Its sales soared after the first movie was released. The Anime Expo gave a chance for many anime creators to talk about a variety topics related to the series which introduced us to Yuji Andori and Yuta Okkotsu. Even though the anime relies on Gege Akutami’s story, the anime creators now explain how their anime-only scenes were made.
Hiroshi Seeko, screenwriter for the series, has explained the changes made to the first film in the franchise. Jujutsu Kaisen 0,This is a continuation of the manga chapter:
“As the original manga only has one volume, we knew right from the start that the movie would only be 30 minutes long. When we began to produce this movie, that was what we thought. We also knew there would need to be original scenes that could fill the time. We were not using these scenes in a movie to portray character growth. We were trying to fill the time needed to make a film version.
Hiroaki Masutani, Toho’s producer, explained how the prequel film was created. He also gave an explanation about the creation of the scenes in the post credits of the first season.
To summarize, TOHO believes that when we started production, we realized that there would be other materials than what we already had. Gege Akutami (author) was a part of our planning process. Together, we discussed how we could improve the draft and he provided us with the final version.
Studio MAPPA has not revealed a specific date for the second season, but the animation house has said that it will be available next year in 2023. The anime series is based on material from the manga.
What was your impression? Jujutsu Kaisen’sOriginal anime content from its first season as well as the first movie. You can leave comments or reach me directly on Twitter @EVComedy if you have any questions about comics, anime, or the world of Jujutsu Tech.