Jujutsu Kaisen Chapter 236 Sets Gojo Satoru up for a Super Saiyan Level Reawakening Following Morbid Death Scene in Sukuna Fight

Jujutsu Kaisen Chapter 236 Sets Gojo Satoru up for a Super Saiyan Level Reawakening Following Morbid Death Scene in Sukuna Fight
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Jujutsu Kaisen chapter 236 was supposed to kick off a new arc entirely after Gojo’s victory over Sukuna in the previous chapter. However, the Spoilers recently released something altogether different. In chapter 236, Gojo Satoru, the formidable and revered character famed for his god-like powers, is killed in a heart-wrenching struggle against the King of Curses, Sukuna. The chapter has sent shockwaves across its devoted following as it reveals a shocking change of events. The chapter concludes with Thunder God Kashimo coming to the battlefield to fight against Sukuna, who warns him not to let him down by wasting time mourning Gojo’s death.

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Gojo Satoru vs Sukuna

But is Gojo Satoru dead? Many fans believe that Gojo Satoru may defy death as he has done before and will make a re-entry into the series with a much bigger power-up. Being the fan’s favorite character, his beloved devotees want to see him come back. And seeing the ending of the chapter, there can be many theories devised for Satoru’s return.

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Will Gojo Satoru Come Back?

The death of the fan’s beloved character Gojo Satoru in Jujutsu Kaisen chapter 236 is the most heartbreaking moment in the series. The chapter begins with a meeting between Gojo and Geto. They appear to be in their twenties. Geto inquires about The King of Curses, to which Gojo responds that Sukuna was incredibly strong and wasn’t even going all in yet. Sukuna may have won even without Megmui’s cursed skills, which perplexes Geto because Sukuna persuaded Gojo, of all people, to believe it. All these conversations with his friends confirm Gojo Satoru’s demise and the victory of Sukuna. But there may be a possibility that The Honored One will be back once again.

Gojo Satoru
Gojo Satoru

Jujutsu Kaisen is a shonen manga, and as is common in the shonen series, characters having miraculous recoveries or even returning from the dead are not uncommon. Satoru Gojo has an equal probability of dying for real and being revived or surviving at the last moment. The awakening of his reversed cursed technique and a secret indicated dialogue with his allies, including Nanami, Geto, and Mei Mei, inspires supporters to assume that their beloved character may be returning.

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Gojo Satoru Can Get a Super Saiyan Level Reawakening

There are a lot of theories that justify Gojo Satoru coming back from the dead and resuming his fight with the King of Curses Sukuna, but the biggest one comes from the manga chapter itself. This theory makes the most sense as it holds the most relevance to the story. According to Jujutsu Kaisen chapter 236 leaks, Gojo Satoru asked Nanami about his final moments. This internal dialogue is effectively Gojo’s farewell to his close buddies. Nanami openly admits that he cannot fully support Gojo’s conduct and would mourn his death. Gojo, curious, questions Nanami about his feelings in the final minutes before Mahito’s attack. Nanami explains that Mei Mei once told him that if he wanted to discover a new side to himself, he should follow the path to the north. On the other hand, if he wished to keep the same, he should go south.

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Gojo Satoru

According to unofficial translations, Gojo Satoru chose to leave his buddies and travel to the North, which may be indicated as his second awakening, which has been witnessed in many anime series previously, like Dragon Ball. This theory has led the fans to believe that Gojo Satoru may be back stronger and better.

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