Jujutsu Kaisen Chapter 243 spoilers: Fight ends with shocking deaths

Tulisha srivastava
Jujutsu Kaisen Chapter 243 Kenjaku and TakabaManga Plus

Jujutsu Kaisen Chapter 243 ends the battle with shocking deaths – so here are the release date and major spoilers.

Jujutsu Kaisen manga is currently featuring the fight (or maybe a comedy routine) between Takaba and Kenjaku. The battle against the strongest has been sidelined for a while, but it might get resumed pretty soon. In the recent chapter, Kenjaku figures out a way to defeat Takaba.

While Takaba is constantly changing scenarios, Kenjaku finds his thoughts getting affected by him. He figures out that it’s taking a toll on him. The only way to defeat Takaba is by fulfilling his desire for laughs before the two suit up and go on the stage.

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The upcoming chapter will feature something interesting as Takaba’s fate hangs in the balance. Delve deeper to find out the release date and major spoilers of Jujutsu Kaisen Chapter 243.

Jujutsu Kaisen Chapter 243 release date and time

Jujutsu Kaisen Chapter 243 will be released on November 26 at 12am JST. 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 243 spoilers: What will happen

Jujutsu Kaisen panel featuring the strongest duoManga Plus/MAPPA

Jujutsu Kaisen Chapter 243 is titled “Baka Survivor ~ Be too noisy.” It features a new version of the famous Geto and Gojo panel, with Kenjaku and Takaba. Gege Akutami already set the stage for the new version of that panel and confirmed it in the author’s comment, saying, “Next chapter will have the two of them in the opposite positions, but don’t worry about it.”

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Most of the chapter is about Kenjaku and Takaba making jokes on the stage. However, Takaba suddenly realizes that the show is over, even though he doesn’t want it to be. As the scenario disappears, Takaba appears in a white robe and lying on the ground, suggesting he’s at death’s door.

He thanks Kenjaku as the latter grins and calls him funny. However, all of a sudden, Yuta appears from behind and decapitates Kenjaku. As Kenjaku’s head is severed, he wonders how he fails to notice Yuta’s presence since he has so much cursed energy.

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However, Kenjaku gets his answer the next second as he sees Takaba smiling with his eyes closed. Takaba’s real goal was always to act as bait and create an opportunity for Yuta to land the final blow. Before taking his final breath, Kenjaku says his “will” is going to be inherited.

Even on the brink of death, Kenjaku is hiding so many secrets. There is a possibility that Kenjaku may not have died, and only Geto’s body died. Nonetheless, it’s clear that the ancient curse user cannot misuse Geto’s body, so Yuta fulfills his promise.

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How to watch Crunchyroll from outside your location in 2023

Crunchyroll is the world’s best hub for streaming anime, whether it’s One PieceAttack on Titan, or Jujutsu Kaisen – and thanks to ExpressVPN, you can access the platform’s full library even if you’re outside the US.

If you’re abroad, here’s what you need to do to access Crunchyroll’s full selection – and it really is this simple:

  1. Sign up for ExpressVPN, which has ultra-fast servers and offers a secure, private connection wherever you are in the world
  2.  Connect to a location anywhere in the US; Express VPN allows you to choose from 24 different spots, from New Jersey to Santa Monica
  3.  Visit Crunchyroll online and start streaming all of your favorite animes – and perhaps some you’ve never watched

Accessing Crunchyroll’s US roster makes a difference; for example, Hong Kong users only have access to less than 100 titles, while the US has nearly 1,000 movies and TV shows.

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You can also stream anime on Crunchyroll for free with an ad-supported plan, or you can pay for a subscription – there’s even a 14-day free trial if you can’t quite make up your mind.

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About The Author

Tulisha is an anime writer at Dexerto. In the past, she has worked for Comic Book Resources. She is most knowledgeable about Shonen series, particularly One Piece and Jujutsu Kaisen. You can contact her at tulisha.srivastava@dexerto.com