Jujutsu Kaisen’s 16 Year Old Animator Apologized After Minor Mistake with Aoi Todo Scene Despite Heavy Praise for the Entire Episode

Episode 21 animator of Jujutsu Kaisen apologizes on X for his mistake

Jujutsu Kaisen’s 16 Year Old Animator Apologized After Minor Mistake with Aoi Todo Scene Despite Heavy Praise for the Entire Episode


  • Jujutsu Kaisen season 2 is currently airing and is one of the best anime of the season.
  • It was titled "Metamorphosis" and was the conclusion of the fight between Itadori, Todo, and Mahito.
  • The animator who made the scene apologized for his mistake, which some fans didn't like.
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Jujutsu Kaisen has been one of the most popular series in recent years. Both anime and manga have satisfied the fans, whether with breath-taking manga chapters or mesmerizing animated episodes that will live forever in the fans’ memories.

Aoi Todo - Jujutsu Kaisen
Aoi Todo – Jujutsu Kaisen

For episode 21 of the series, the Jujutsu Kaisen staff welcomed on board a 16-year-old talented animator who did a fantastic job. Still, recently, he took it to his social media handle to apologize to the audience for drawing Aoi’s necklace and Mahito from the wrong angle.

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The animator for the latest Jujutsu Kaisen episode apologizes for his mistakes

Jujutsu Kaisen season 2 has delivered some of the most amazing episodes of the year. The range goes from Gojo annihilating the curses to Sukuna humiliating Gojo and Sukuna vs. General Mahoraga.

In terms of episode quality, every single one of them has been exceptionally good. The same goes for episode 21 of the series, titled “Metamorphosis,” which served as the conclusion between Itadori and Mahito.

Mahito and Itadori have been at each other’s throats since season 1, when Junpei was converted into a curse, along with several other characters.

Yuji and Todo
Itadori Yuji and Aoi Todo in Jujutsu Kaisen

Many people worked on episode 21 to make it memorable and give the fight the best conclusion they could.

One of them was a 16-year-old animator who drew the Aoi Todo fight with Mahito; it was done excellently, giving Todo the final sendoff he deserved.

However, the animator Graham took it to X, formerly known as Twitter, to apologize to the fans for a mistake that he thinks was a major one. He says:


“Sorry for the rushed drawing mistakes. Drew the necklace and Mahito on the wrong angle by mistake, incredibly sorry. Thanks to the staff for being patient with me.”

Fans quickly consolidated the young animator, showering him with praise and telling him how amazing the entire episode was and how much talent he possessed.

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What happened in episode 21 of Jujutsu Kaisen?

Episode 21 of the series was one of the season’s best episodes, with the battle between Mahito, Todo, and Itadori reaching its high point.


Itaodori lost all hope after witnessing the deaths of Nanami and Nobara in Shibuya and was almost killed by Mahito if it weren’t for his best friend, Aoi Todo.

The tides changed after his arrival as his Boogie Woogie technique ratified Mahito, who went all out in the latest episode.

Jujutsu Kaisen
Jujutsu Kaisen

We also got to witness the final form of Mahito, who had a spectacular character design, and Itadori Yuji finally admitted that he was similar to Mahito.


The MVP of this fight was none other than Todo, but he had to sacrifice his hand and technique forever to win the fight.

However, he outperformed himself, as he could go against a special grade curse and defeat three grade 1 curses singlehandedly.

Also Read: “Thought my guy was dead”: After Todo’s Epic Arrival in Jujutsu Kaisen, Fans Demand to See 1 More Iconic Character Return to the Shibuya Arc


Written by Jiyad Shaikh

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