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Jujutsu Kaisen (TV) Episode 12

Yuji tries to reach what's left of Junpei's heart with both his fists and his words. He promises to bring him back to jujutsu high to make everything right, but just then... Mahito descends to impose his will.

Jujutsu Kaisen (TV) Episode 12


Junpei tells the jujutsu sorcerer to stay out of it claims there's no reality in indiscriminate salvation. He doesn't believe people have a heart and all the rules of morality are a delusion. Moon Dregs uses its tentacles to bind Yuji while Junpei claims no one person has the right to stop someone else from taking a life. Junpei learned jujutsu from Mahito, who taught him how to summon a shikigami with a poison cursed technique that he can control using his cursed energy.

Unable to tell right from wrong anymore, Junpei uses his shikigami to lash out. Yuji allows its stingers to pierce his body, surprising Junpei. Moon Dregs is dispelled and Yuji uses words to get through to his friend. He promises to take him back to jujutsu high, helping him calm down and promising to find the person who killed his mother. Just as Yuji's pleas begin to reach Junpei, Mahito descends the school stairs towards them and interrupts.

The series was produced by MAPPA and directed by Sunghoo Park. Hiroshi Seko wrote the scripts to every episode, Tadashi Hiramatsu designed the characters, and Hiroaki Tsutsumi, Yoshimasa Terui and Alisa Okehazama composed the music. While the anime had an advanced streaming debut on September 19, 2020,[2] it officially aired on MBS and TBS's Super Animeism block from October 3, 2020, to March 27, 2021.[3][4][5][a] The series ran for 24 episodes.[6]

The first opening theme, "Kaikai Kitan", is performed by Eve, while the first ending theme, "Lost in Paradise feat. AKLO", is performed by ALI.[7] From episode 3 onwards the series includes post-credits anime shorts titled "Juju Sanpo" (呪術さんぽ, lit. "Jujutsu Strolling" or "Juju Stroll"), which focus on the daily lives of the main characters.[8] The second opening theme is "Vivid Vice", performed by Who-ya Extended, while the second ending theme is "Give it Back", performed by Cö Shu Nie.[9]

Jujutsu Kaisen ep 12 To You Someday is out now we will be breaking down. Since this is a breakdown there will be spoilers. If you do not want to be spoiled stop now and go check out this episode as well as other past episode of this series over at AGAIN SPOILERS AHEAD.

We begin the episode looking back as we learn Kento has been informed about the veil that was made over Jumpie school and most likely it might be caused by Mahito which we know it was. He tells Yuji not to go as Mahito was too much for him so there is little hope Yuji can do anything. But as fans know to well Yuji will not just sit around so while Yuji storms in Kento leaves Takuma to deal with Mahito experiments.

Season 1 just recently came to a close, making it a good time to look back at the best episodes of the series so far. Jujutsu Kaisen packed in a ton of action in its opening season, so there's plenty of ground to cover.

Fans that weren't aware of how badass Maki Zenin is soon learned after viewing "Kyoto Sister School Goodwill Event - Team Battle, Part 3." The episode starts with Maki beating down Kasumi, who completely underestimated Maki due to her lack of cursed energy. After that, Nobara engages in combat with Momo, but before she can deliver the knockout blow she herself is laid low by a non-lethal round from Mai's revolver.

Jujutsu Kaisen wasted no time in ramping up the stakes and the action, as one of the best episodes of season 1 happened at the start of the series. In "Curse Womb Must Die," Yuji, Megumi, and Nobara are tasked with finding and rescuing survivors from a detention center. Nobara is soon separated from the group, while Yuji and Megumi encounter the special grade Finger Bearer.

Despite being overmatched, Yuji remains behind to fight the Curse while Megumi goes to find Nobara. Yuji takes a serious beating as he tries to buy time for his friends until Sukuna emerges and completely annihilates the Finger Bearer. The episode ends on an insidious note, as Sukuna realizes that Yuji is not able to retake control of his body.

The Goodwill Event arc features a number of great episodes, and "Sage" is no exception. At the start of the episode, Megumi and Noritoshi trade blows inside an old castle, and Megumi shows off his new shikigami, Max Elephant. Just as their battle reaches its climax, Toge appears followed by the special grade Curse, Hanami.

The penultimate episode of season 1, "The Origin of Blind Obedience II," introduces fans to two new opponents, the Cursed Womb: Death Paintings. Yuji and Nobara face down the two younger brothers, Eso, and Kechizu, while Megumi attempts to deal with the Finger Bearer living under Yasohachi Bridge.

Satoru Gojo has already cemented himself as the surprise star of the series, and "Assault" was his first moment to really show off his stuff. In this episode, Gojo is ambushed by the special grade Curse, Jogo, but despite launching an onslaught of attacks, Jogo is unable to harm Gojo.

Yuji promised his grandfather in episode 1 that he would help people to die a good death, so he is incredibly disappointed that he is unable to save Yoshino. In "Tomorrow," he takes his anger out on Mahito, who is forced to use his domain expansion to trap Nanami to escape from Yuji's attacks. Unfortunately, his domain is incomplete, and Yuji manages to brunt force his way through the barrier, before laying an epic beat down on the Curse.

Aoi Todo's and Yuji's surprise friendship that blooms during the Goodwill Event comes to fruition in "Black Flash." In this episode, Aoi and Yuji come to the rescue and square off against Hanami. Additionally, Yuji shows off the results of his training with Aoi and manages to unleash his new technique, Black Flash.

The final episode of season 1 is also one of the best of the series to date. In "Accomplices," Yuji and Nobara continue their battle against the Cursed Womb: Death Paintings, Eso and Kechizu. Yuji and Nobara are both damaged during the fight, and the cursed brothers reveal that their Decay technique will rot away their bodies within minutes.

However, the brothers did not account for Yuji's poison resistance that he gains through his connection to Sukuna, and this allows him and Nobara to turn the tables on the Curses. After killing the two brothers, Yuji laments taking the lives of other humans, even evil ones like the Death Paintings. The episode ends on a high note, as Yuji, Nobara, Megumi, Maki, and Pana are all promoted to grade 1 sorcerers.

The highest-rated episode of season 1 brings the Goodwill Event to a close and features the end of the battle between Hanami, Aoi, and Todo. In "Non-Standard," Aoi reveals his Boogie Woogie Technique to great effect, allowing him to force any two objects with cursed energy to switch places. This technique completely overwhelms Hanami and enables Yuji and Aoi to unleash a flurry of attacks on the disoriented Curse.

The above times are for when the episode becomes available in its simulcast subbed format, which offers the earliest time to watch it. Fans looking to avoid spoilers and watch the episode ASAP will want to do it at this time. 041b061a72


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