Jujutsu Kaisen chapter 236 spoilers: Death of a fan-favorite character
Gojo fans didn’t have enough time to rejoice in his victory before a shocking tragedy struck. Here are the release date and possible major for Jujutsu Kaisen chapter 236.
Jujutsu Kaisen recently concluded its battle of the strongest with Gojo’s apparent victory. The intense fight kept the audience on the edge of their seats as they pondered over the outcome. Neither side showed signs of backing down, making each chapter extremely unpredictable.
In chapter 235, the strongest sorcerer alive blew up Shinjuku and everyone on the battlefield, including himself. After being forced into a corner, Gojo used an insanely powerful Hollow Purple, which resulted in his victory.
By the end of the chapter, we see Sukuna completely covered with injuries and a couple of limbs missing. Victory seemed almost within reach, but the upcoming chapter features the most shocking scene ever. Delver deeper to find out the release date and major spoilers for Jujutsu Kaisen chapter 236.
Jujutsu Kaisen chapter 236 release date and time
Unfortunately, the upcoming chapter is delayed by a week. Jujutsu Kaisen chapter 236 is expected to be released on September 24, at 12am JST.
As per Gege Akutami’s usual schedule of taking breaks after every three chapters, chapter 235 was supposed to be delayed instead. However, the author decides to drop another consecutive chapter to conclude the fight.
The chapter will be available across various time zones as soon as it’s released in Japan. You can find your time zone below:
- 8:00am Pacific Time
- 11:00am Eastern Time
- 4:00pm British Time
- 5:00pm European Time
- 8:30pm Indian Time
- 11:00pm Philippine Time
Jujutsu Kaisen chapter 236 spoilers: What will happen
Jujutsu Kaisen chapter 236 features the most heart-wrenching moment ever with the death of their beloved character. The chapter begins with Gojo and Geto’s meeting. They look like they’re in their high school. At first, it seems like a regular flashback, but we soon learn that Gojo is communicating the spirits of his deceased friends.
Gojo says he told his students that when they die, they die alone. He also mentions something about Megumi’s father but then changes the topic, saying Shoko can handle it. Geto then asks how was the fight with the King of Curses. Gojo admits that Sukuna was incredibly strong despite the fact he never used his full strength.
Gojo gave it his everything, but at least it was fun. He is glad that he didn’t die from a disease but instead lost to someone stronger than him. He also meets Nanami and Yu Haibara, who all talk about their final moments. Nanami expresses his final moments weren’t bad, thanks to the memories of Haibara.
Gojo bids farewell to Geto, Nanami, Haibara, Riko, Kuroi. The scene changes to Gojo lying lifeless on the ground with blood coming out of his mouth and his eyes open. The tragic scene confirms that fans’ beloved Gojo Sensei is indeed no more.
Sukuna explains Mahoraga’s abilities, saying he wanted the Shikigami to be a “role mode” that passes through Gojo’s Infinity. Instead of directly attacking Gojo, Mahoraga targeted the space around him. Then, we see a panel where Sukuna is standing in front of Gojo’s half-cut body. The King of Curses praises the strongest sorcerer alive, saying he will never forget him. As Sukuna is still alive and well, the next to take him on is Hajime Kashimo.
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