Jujutsu Kaisen Fans Worried About Author After Chapter 252

Jujutsu Kaisen Chapter 252 spoilers have stirred up a lot of excitement, but it’s author Gege Akutami that readers are most worried about. For what?

The Jujutsu Kaisen manga returns after a brief hiatus, and spoilers have already made the rounds on social media. As always, author Gege Akutami has created a new part filled with significant events, especially since chapter 252 will return to many characters who had been sidelined until now.

We will also witness the fight between Sukuna and Maki. If the first has incredible occult energy, the second has none. It is therefore a duel of opposites that awaits, but it is better not to bury the young woman too quickly: handling her weapons to perfection, she is one of the most formidable fighters among the exorcists.

But as chapter 252 spoilers have dropped, readers are starting to worry about Gege Akutami, who is coming back from a break but doesn’t seem to be in good shape.

Why are Jujutsu Kaisen fans worried about the author?

Spoilers for Jujutsu Kaisen chapter 252 have caused concern among fans: as the drawings appear hastily drawn, suggesting that the author made them in a hurry.

One of the usual Jujutsu Kaisen leakers expressed this on X/Twitter: “I hope Gege Akutami is well. Seeing some unfinished boards, I worry about his health. This had already happened in the past during the Zenin arc with Maki. He was ill and rushed the story before taking a month’s break. Hopefully it won’t happen again and he will take care of himself.”

“He should put his health first and could afford a little break.. Get well quickly Gege.”

“People forget that Gege is human too. Let’s pray for the guy who created this beautiful story for us.”

Does the author of Jujutsu Kaisen have a busy schedule?

Indeed, some spoiler boxes are not drawn with the author’s usual traits, which may surprise readers who have been following the manga for a long time. Which may also be due to a tight schedule, despite the break Gege Akutami gets every three chapters.

It’s also possible that Jump magazine has special plans for next week’s issue, which will mark the 6th anniversary of Jujutsu Kaisen. Indeed, Weekly Shonen Jump could well publish a special colorful cover for this occasion, as well as a new popularity poll.

In addition to the magazine’s big projects, there is the release of the paper manga: the 26th volume is approaching its publication, which means more work for the mangaka. So there’s a good chance that last week’s break wasn’t really one for the author of Jujutsu Kaisen.

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