Hope you are here after Jujutsu Kaisen Season 2 episode 9. Minor spoilers ahead.
Pseudo Geto, Mahito, Jogo, and their squad achieve the seemingly impossible by sealing the most powerful Jujutsu sorcerer, Satoru Gojo, after weeks of meticulous planning and strategizing! The balance of the entire Jujutsu world is threatened with their actions. It is now up to the rest of the sorcerers to rescue all the trapped civilians in Shibuya and help Satoru Gojo break free from the dastardly prison realm.
Titled ‘Pandemonium,’ episode 10 of Jujutsu Kaisen Season 2 unfolds at a frantic pace, with news of Gojo’s fate reaching Mei Mei and Yuji Itadori first. They swiftly devise a plan to confront the cursed spirits still lingering at the scene of the sealing. Amidst the prevailing uncertainty, what stands out in this episode is Gojo’s exceptional composure. The prison realm cube, which holds Gojo captive, is brought to tears by the weight of containing such an immensely powerful entity within its confines.
Both the plot progression and animation quality in this episode were thoroughly engrossing, particularly the artwork that briefly delved into the eerie inner quarters of the prison realm. I love how the antagonists are so casual and laid-back even in the most dire circumstances and the interactions between Mahito and Jogo are hilarious. The two of them have a ridiculous bet to decide what they should do with Yuji Itadori.
Kento Nanami and Ino Takuma, a grade 2 sorcerer, make their appearance in the second half of the episode. Nanami assigns Ino the task of keeping an eye on Itadori and Fushiguro as they all work together to address the Shibuya crisis. “The first issue with losing Gojo-san is the collapse of Gojo clan. The Gojo clan is currently a one-man team of Satoru Gojo himself” – Ino comically explains his juniors in efforts to make them understand the gravity of the situation.
With Gojo no longer in a position to help out his Jujustsu friends, it’s going to be an exhilarating next few episodes, where special grade spirits lock horns with all the sorcerers in the vicinity.
You can stream Jujutsu Kaisen on Netflix or CrunchyRoll.
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