“He’s still alive”: Jujutsu Kaisen Fans Are Convinced Gojo Will Return After His Rumored Death in Battle With Sukuna

Jujutsu Kaisen Fans Are Convinced Gojo Will Return After His Rumored Death in Battle With Sukuna
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Jujutsu Kaisen Chapter 236 is scheduled for release on Monday, September 25, 2023, at 12 am JST in Shueisha’s Shonen Jump issue 41.

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However, spoilers for this upcoming chapter have already emerged, revealing a tragic event. In the story, Satoru Gojo has allegedly unfortunately met his demise.

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Satoru Gojo Using Limitless
Satoru Gojo

The spoilers, which have quickly become widely known, have caused various reactions globally. For instance, some fans have expressed disapproval and even made threats toward the manga artist Gege Akutami, not just for killing off Gojo but also for how it was done.

On the other hand, some fans are thinking Gojo might return after his rumored death in the battle with Sukuna in the upcoming manga chapter.

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SPOILER ALERT: This article includes major spoiler from Jujutsu Kaisen manga.

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The Unexpected Twist in the Battle Between Satoru Gojo and Ryomen Sukuna

In Jujutsu Kaisen chapter 235, it was seemed like Satoru Gojo had emerged victorious in his battle against Ryomen Sukuna, marking the end of their conflict. As a result, many fans weren’t very excited about the next chapter. However, in chapter 236, Mangaka Gege Akutami had a surprise twist planned for the series that fans weren’t prepared for.

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Gojo Satoru vs Sukuna

Fans discovered online that in the spoilers, the battle between Gojo and Sukuna had ended, but surprisingly, Gojo was the one defeated, not Sukuna. The chapter gradually revealed this turn of events. At first, it seemed like a flashback chapter, but it ultimately unveiled that Gojo had been split in two.

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In reaction to Gojo’s alleged sad death, fans are expressing their disapproval on the social media platform “X/Twitter.”

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One user (@xXxGameGirlxX1) claims that Gojo is still alive and is confident in this belief. They challenge others to change their mind on this matter.

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What will Happen in Jujutsu Kaisen Chapter #236?

According to the leaked spoilers, in Jujutsu Kaisen chapter 236, Gojo finds himself in an illusion where he reunites with Geto. They discuss Gojo’s death and the consequences it might have for Gojo’s father, with Shoko handling those matters. Gojo talks about his fight with Sukuna, admitting that Sukuna held back and didn’t use his full strength, even though Gojo gave it his all.

Gojo death in upcoming chapter
Gojo death in upcoming chapter

He wishes his friend, who once talked about leaving everything to him, could have been there to witness the fight. Nanami joins the conversation, expressing sympathy for Gojo despite not agreeing with how he died.

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Nanami reflects on Mei Mei’s advice to “go north” to discover a new side of oneself or “go south” to stay true to oneself, choosing the latter and thanking Haibara for her support. Gojo says his goodbyes to Geto, Yaga, Nanami, Haibara, Riko, and Kuroi.

The entire conversation takes place in an airport waiting room, presumably in Okinawa. The chapter then cuts to Shinjuku, where Gojo’s lifeless body is seen on the ground. Sukuna explains that Mahoraga adapts to attacks, particularly nullifying Infinity when faced with it.

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Source: @xXxGameGirlxX1

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Written by Tanmay Jha

Tanmay writes about anime for FandomWire. He's currently pursuing a Bachelor's degree in Journalism and Mass Communication. With a passion for animation and graphics, he has authored over 240 articles on anime, sharing insights and reviews with fellow fans, seamlessly combining his love for animation with journalism.