Recently, the author of Jujutsu Kaisen, Gege Akutami, unexpectedly added many important details to the online version of Jujutsu Kaisen vol 24, specifically chapter 213. These new details have clarified some situations. unclear details in the original chapter, and also revealed a serious mistake by the author.
In the original chapter 213, Angel Hana used Jacob’s Ladder to expel Sukuna from Megumi’s body. However, Sukuna’s pretending that Megumi had returned caused Hana to be foolishly fooled. This makes many fans feel confused and wonder how Sukuna tricked Hana.
With the new additional details, we can more clearly see Hana’s process of using Jacob’s Ladder. This move caused a powerful attack on Sukuna, causing him serious injuries and signs of being expelled. This makes Sukuna pretending to be Megumi’s return more natural, and also explains why Hana was fooled.
In addition, new additional details also show that Sukuna used some tricks to trick Hana. Specifically, he pretended to be seriously injured to make Hana lose her guard. After that, he quickly attacked Hana and knocked her down.
These additional details clarify the details in chapter 213, and also help readers better understand Sukuna’s power.
Besides the new additional details, Gege Akutami also admitted that he made a serious mistake by omitting many battle scenes in chapters 235 and 236. This makes the plot difficult to understand. and caused a lot of controversy in the fan community.
In chapter 235, Gojo fought Sukuna and gained the upper hand. However, in chapter 236, Gojo was suddenly defeated by Sukuna and locked in a box. This makes many fans feel confused and unhappy.
With the new additional details, Gege Akutami explained that he omitted many battle scenes in chapters 235 and 236. This makes the plot confusing and unreasonable.
The fact that the author of Jujutsu Kaisen admitted his mistakes and corrected his shortcomings is a remarkable action. This shows that Gege Akutami always listens to fans’ opinions and wants to bring the best quality works to readers.