Jujutsu Kaisen fans have discovered the secret of a villain’s mysterious language! The debut season of Gege Akutami’s original manga series took over the autumn 2020 anime season, and introduced both the main character Yuji Itadori and the fans to a dark new world of enemies. With the cursed spirits debuting as the monsters of the series, a few of them ended up at the top of the food chain as they have evolved to a point where they have become as strong and intelligent as the Jujutsu Sorcerers fighting against them. But one was extremely exciting.
One of these cursed spirits spoke in a strange way, and the fans have actually managed to find out what this mysterious language was. As noted by gfstach on Reddit, it turns out that this mysterious cursed spirit actually spoke backwards, and it̵
In the Jujutsu kaisen anime, The Strange Demon, it speaks backwards, with English dub you can understand him! from r / anime
In the first half of the anime’s debut season, this damned spirit debuts with Geto, Mahito and Jogo. While the other three manage to take some kind of action during Jujutsu KaisenFor the first time in episodes, this final spirit has not yet really made his move after rescuing Jogo. Without giving too much away, the spirit is called Hanami, and we will see him make his move soon enough in the anime adaptation.
As for when the anime returns, episode 14 is off Jujutsu Kaisen premieres on January 15 after a short break for the holidays. When it returns, it will not only start the second course of the debut season, but it will also launch a brand new arc that will introduce all sorts of new allies, enemies and more that anime fans will definitely tune in to after the success of the first round.
But what do you think of this discovery? Curious to see what this villain will be up to Jujutsu Kaisenis anime future? What do you hope to see from this villain when the anime returns? Let us know your thoughts in the comments, or you can even reach out to me directly about all the animated stuff and other cool stuff @Valdezology on Twitter!