Jujutsu Kaisen: Gege Akutami’s Surprise Ending for Manga Might Be Bad News for Gojo Satoru’s Potential Return from Death

With Gege Akutami announcing that he wishes to finish Jujutsu Kaisen manga by 2024's end, fans fear that Satoru Gojo might not be present at the happy ending.

Jujutsu Kaisen: Gege Akutami’s Surprise Ending for Manga Might Be Bad News for Gojo Satoru’s Potential Return from Death

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  • During Jump Fiesta 2024, Jujutsu Kaisen creator, Gege Akutami, said that they will try to wrap up the manga before next year's Jump Fiesta.
  • Satoru Gojo, one of the fan-favorite characters, died at the hands of Ryomen Sukuna, but the fans thought he might be revived considering he had done it before and his head was still intact.
  • But the Jujutsu Kaisen fandom fears that with so little time, Satoru Gojo might not be revived by the end of the manga, considering that the story is going at full flow.
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Tons of anime are in their final stretch, with Jujutsu Kaisen being one of them. The fan-favorite anime has everyone riled up with its season 2. Even though there are still a few episodes left, the ongoing season has been nothing short of an emotional rollercoaster. With the deaths of popular characters, Jujutsu Kaisen season 2 is surely one of the saddest highlights of the year.

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The sadness of the fandom seems to be never-ending, with the anime slowly reaching its end in the coming year. The mangaka revealed it, and it has been eating the fans from the inside. One of the things that the Jujutsu Kaisen fans are fearful of is that Satoru Gojo might not return if the mangaka decides to wrap everything up within such a short time.

Satoru Gojo Might Remain Dead in Jujutsu Kaisen

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Satoru Gojo

During Jump Fiesta 2024, Gege Akutami said that it will probably be the last Jujutsu Kaisen Jump Fiesta while it is still in serialization. This has created a buzz among the fans who believe that Gege Akutami might be ending the manga soon. Considering that the legendary mangaka said to Weekly Shonen Jump magazine about finishing their magnum opus in 2023, it is quite a possibility that they will look to wrap it up in 2024.

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But the ending is the thing that the fans are scared of. They are afraid of the fact that with Jujutsu Kaisen nearing its end soon, there might not be enough time to revive Satoru Gojo. Satoru Gojo vs. Ryomen Sukuna was one of the highlights of 2023. Unfortunately, the former lost the battle as well as his life against the King of Curses. There were several rumors about him coming back since his head was still intact.

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Gege Akutami - Jujutsu Kaisen Creator
Gege Akutami

The manga is still going on a full flow and there might be several revelations by the end of the story. Yuji Itadori will look to finish what Kenjaku had started. But the fans fear that with Gege Akutami too focused on wrapping up things, the thought of reviving Satoru Gojo might be left behind.

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Jujutsu Kaisen has garnered millions of fans within a few years of its debut. The story has a grip over the fandom, and Gege Akutami carefully created several fan-favorite characters to attract more people. But that might soon end with the manga nearing its end. The Culling Games will continue for a few more months. So, until then, the fans might still have the slightest hope of seeing Satoru Gojo standing on his feet.

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Gojo Satoru's Death
Satoru Gojo’s Death

Gege Akutami had previously said that they did not like Gojo. So, bringing him back will be a miracle. The Jujutsu Kaisen fandom wants the Culling Games to end, but more than that, they want to see their favorite character back. If Gege Akutami keeps their promise, then time is of the essence, and the fear of a Gojo-less ending will become a reality.

Jujutsu Kaisen is available on Netflix and Crunchyroll.

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Priyanko Chakraborty

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Priyanko is a Content Writer at FandomWire, and specializes in anime. He is currently pursuing his Master's Degree in Economics. Priyanko has previously worked as a content writing intern. He spends half of his day writing on anime, and the other half watching it.