Here is everything you need to know about Jujutsu Kaisen Chapter 236 release date and spoilers.
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Jujutsu Kaisen Chapter 236 Release Date
Jujutsu Kaisen Chapter 236 is set to release on September 24th at 12 AM JST.
The chapter is set to be released at the following local times in the corresponding time zones:
- Pacific Standard Time: 7 am, Sunday, September 24
- Eastern Standard Time: 10 am, Sunday, September 24
- Greenwich Mean Time: 3 pm, Sunday, September 24
- Central European Time: 4 pm, Sunday, September 24
- Indian Standard Time: 8:30 pm, Sunday, September 24
- Philippine Standard Time: 11 pm, Sunday, September 24
- Japanse Standard Time: 12 am, Monday, September 25
- Australia Central Standard Time: 12:30 am, Monday, September 25
Jujutsu Kaisen Chapter 235 Recap
Jujutsu Kaisen chapter 235, titled Inhuman Makyo Shinjuku Showdown, Part 13, is supposedly the last part of the arc. Gojo healed himself by restoring his Cursed Energy Output with multiple uses of Black Flash. He then started the chant for Reversal: Red and shot the attack upwards. Sukuna tried to have Mahoraga intercept it, but Gojo punched the Shikigami away.
The Lapse: Blue that killed Agito was still hovering in the air and collided with Reversal: Red to create Hollow: Purple, which decimated the area and severely injured Sukuna, leaving him unable to heal himself or use any technique. While the Purple affected Gojo as well, he was mostly unscathed because it was his own Cursed Energy. As Gojo healed himself again, Kusakabe declared Gojo the winner.
Jujutsu Kaisen Chapter 236 Spoilers
Many fans do not believe that such an anticlimactic win can be the end of what has been projected to be the greatest fight of the series. As such, they speculate that mangaka Akutami has a greater surprise up his sleeves, and it might manifest in Jujutsu Kaisen Chapter 236. Readers can at least expect that the chapter will stay in Shinjuku and follow up on the battle.
On the other hand, if Jujutsu Kaisen Chapter 236 does feature a focal shift, it will most certainly switch to Kenjaku, who has been banking a lot on Sukuna winning. However, given the scale at which Kenjaku plans things and the amount of deduction and foresight with which he plans them, it is likely that he predicted Sukuna’s defeat and has a contingency in place already.