Official Jujutsu Kaisen art reveals Gojo’s internal injuries from fighting Sukuna (& it’s gruesome)

The release date for volume 26 of the Jujutsu Kaisen manga is April 4, 2024. However, there have been recent leaks revealing the contents of the upcoming volume, including new artwork by author Gege Akutami. Among the new pieces of artwork included in the volume is a depiction of Satoru Gojo’s brain and the toll it took during his ultimate showdown with Ryomen Sukuna.

Despite the fact that most manga readers are aware of Gojo’s death during his fight against Sukuna, this artwork presents a unique perspective. It vividly portrays the immense suffering and struggle that Gojo endured during the battle, emphasizing Sukuna’s formidable strength and the determination of both sorcerers to give their all in the fight.

This article includes spoilers for both the Jujutsu Kaisen series and manga, so be warned.

Volume 26 of Jujutsu Kaisen Will Reveal Satoru Gojo’s Mental Battle

Despite the upcoming release of Volume 26 of the manga this week, the artwork revealing Satoru Gojo’s strained brain caused by his intense battle with Ryomen Sukuna has already been leaked. As depicted in the manga, both characters were pushed to their limits and relied heavily on Reverse Cursed Technique to continue fighting, resulting in Sukuna also sustaining brain injuries during the confrontation with Gojo.

Despite the majority of manga readers being aware of the King of Curses’ victory and Gojo’s death, this event continues to be a contentious topic among fans. There is a vocal faction of the fanbase that believes Gojo’s death was undeserved and that the author, Gege Akutami, expressed his disdain for the character through this plot development. This sentiment has resurfaced with the recent release of leaked artwork.

Despite varying personal opinions on Gojo’s death, it is undeniable that it had a significant impact on the franchise and will heavily influence future plot developments. The upcoming chapters and Akutami’s handling of the situation will determine whether Gojo’s death serves as a powerful conclusion to the series or marks a decline in its quality.

The consequences of the epic clash between Gojo and Sukuna

Gojo and Sukuna in the manga (Image via Shueisha)
Gojo and Sukuna in the manga (Image via Shueisha)

Undoubtedly, the highly-anticipated Sukuna vs. Gojo fight was the highlight of Jujutsu Kaisen, with fans passionately debating the supremacy of these two characters. The intense reactions to this battle on a weekly basis only further solidified its popularity, despite the contentious conclusion that sparked controversy within the anime and manga community.

Despite the common belief among fans that Gojo would inflict significant damage on Sukuna in order to aid the other sorcerers in defeating him, Akutami chose not to take this route. As a result, some fans speculate that Gojo’s actions were not given proper credit and that he may make a comeback in the future, though these are simply assumptions.


The 26th volume of the Jujutsu Kaisen manga, scheduled for release on April 4, 2024, depicts the immense strain on Satoru Gojo’s mind during his fight against Sukuna. This serves as a testament to the intensity of Gojo’s struggles in the battle, although it should be noted that the King of Curses also faced similar challenges.

“Gege Akutami, the mangaka behind Jujutsu Kaisen, is facing backlash for the cover of volume 26, as fans noticed that the character Gojo was drawn differently than usual.”

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