Jiu Jitsu Kai Immortal The first key visual for the anime’s upcoming second season, which airs in 2023, was recently released.Since then, fans of the series have been speculating whether or not Shibuya Incident The arc will be animated in the upcoming season.
This Jiu Jitsu Kai Immortal Toho Animation’s 10th anniversary stage event became the venue for the final confirmation of several of these theories, as the main cast’s voice actors revealed new key visuals and more updates on Season 2 anime.
Jiu Jitsu Kai Immortal Confirmation of Season 2’s 2-track production and reveal of new key visuals
New update for anime season 2
TOHO’s 10th Anniversary Celebration has stage events for several upcoming anime, including Jiu Jitsu Kai ImmortalThe main voice actors of the first season of the animation include Junya Eoki as Yuji Itatori, Yuma Uchida as Megumi Fukuguro, Asami Seto as Nohara Kushizaki and other voice actors attended the event.The trio confirms that the anime’s second season will run for two consecutive seasons, and the second season will be adapted Shibuya Incident Comic arc.
new key vision
Newest key point The fisheye effect unveiled during the event is similar to the first trailer. The footage shows the interior of Gojo Satoru’s train in his teacher’s usual attire, and the first-year students behind him. Studio MAPPA made an interesting symbolic statement with the trailer.When put together, the trailer depicts Jiu Jitsu Kai Immortal Season 2 will animate the arc in chronological order and show how the past meets the present.
The first pitch is ready to adapt Gojo’s past The arc focuses on Gojo and Kudzu’s student days at Tokyo Jiu-Jitsu High School. With the new trailer and the main cast discussed at the event, Shibuya Incident The arc will definitely be adapted in the second scene of the anime.However, it is unclear whether Studio MAPPA intends to Shibuya Incident arc into Season 2.
Key visuals for the release Jiu Jitsu Kai Immortal Season 2 contains several Easter eggs that are pretty obvious to comic readers. Studio MAPPA includes some subtle references at the beginning and end of the anime’s season 1, many of which will become very apparent once highly anticipated Shibuya Incident Arc gets animated.
Even the backgrounds and color palettes of both trailers reference the Season 2 theme where past meets present. Finally, Geto past and Gojo present seem to mirror each other’s poses and wave each other, an event marker sure to shock viewers and be one of the highlights of Season 2. Jiu Jitsu Kai Immortal Japanese animation.