While One Piece and My Hero Academia are always as good in the Weekly Shonen Jump Magazine, the new chapters of Jujutsu Kaisen are here to prove how to be even more amazing. Coming with a twist and sicked plan of Sukuna, the author Gege Akutami has fans shocked with the events following the previous few chapters.
The culling game arc is going to be one of the most amazing arcs of the Shonen genre manga category as the event focuses on the different characters and coming up with a twist here and again is something mind-blowing. Some people had always that in the later of the Jujutsu Kaisen series, Sukuna, and Yuji will form a bond much like Naruto and Kurama.
However, in the interviews, the author mentioned that Sukuna is too evil to form a bond with Yuji and be his friend. This is proved in the new chapters of Jujutsu Kaisen for sure. But this manga is about our main character and even though he is willing to die for the sake of others, he will prevail as one of the strongest sorcerers and rescue the humans from the curses.
Jujutsu Kaisen Chapter 214 could be a stepping stone for that so, let us provide you with a full summary of the chapter in this article. In addition, we will also provide you with some colored pages from the Jujutsu Kaisen Chapter 214 and the raw scans. With that being said, here we bring you the latest updates on the Jujutsu Kaisen manga series.
Jujutsu Kaisen Chapter 214 Full Summary
Jujutsu Kaisen Chapter 214 continues with Sukuna hugging Hana and later biting her on the shoulder to trick her. His bite tears her arm and shoulder apart and Sukuna remarks that she is a Human through and through. After biting her arm off, Sukuna throws Hana across the building by grabbing on her sweatshirt.
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As Hana and the angel are falling down, Yuji is looking at Sukuna. He approaches the latter as Hana thuds on the ground not knowing what her fate is. Yuji keeps on approaching Sukuna without even blinking and with rage in his eyes. Sukuna is astonished to see Yuji alive and remarks that Yuji is still here.
Yuji jumps across the building breaking the ground below him and in an amazing double spread we see that he grabs Sukuna’s neck while yelling his name and the latter is punching Yuji. Yuji lands a punch on Sukuna and makes him land on the ground.
Sukuna wonders where this strength came from but realizes that Yuji had always been strong and since he joined Jujutsu school, he has gotten a lot stronger and even knows how to use curse energy.
Yuji Continues to Press Sukuna as Megumi Fights Within
Yuji kicks in debris at Sukuna and charges in to attack the latter. The former grabs a rod and tries to hit Sukuna from behind however, the latter evades and kicks Yuji instead. Sukuna remarks that Yuji is from back then and also says that Kenjaku is twisted.
As Yuji continues to approach Sukuna to attack him, he yells at him saying that why can’t he just live without causing suffering to everyone? He continues saying why can’t he just live normally. As he approaches, Sukuna uses his cursed technique to cut Yuji.
This has Yuji staggered and he is on the ground. Sukuna replies to Yuji’s raging questions by asking a question to him why they are all so weak and wonders why the weak life clings to life, wanting to live, and why such fragile creatures can fall apart at a touch to find happiness. He continues by saying that their suffering is natural and they are meant to chew up.
Yuji’s monologues conclude that there is no reasoning with them as they are always and will be “Curses”. Yuji dares Sukuna to chew up him and his suffering and marches forward to Sukuna. As Yuji is marching forward, Sukuna uses his cured technique to cut Yuji and even though the latter is getting cut all over his body, he continues to approach him.
Sukuna wonders why is this happening and concludes that it is Yuji that is very strong, but it is his cursed energy falling down which is because of Megumi who is fighting from the inside. Jujutsu Kaisen Chapter 214 concludes with Yuji punching Sukuna again.