Jujutsu Kaisen Gives Fans A Look Through Gojo’s Six Eyes We are indeed discussing Gojo’s Six Eyes. Gojo has handled his extremely unusual inherited power with care ever since he was a small boy. We now know the answer to the question of what it would be like to see with Six Eyes.
Jujutsu Kaisen “Gojo’s Six Eyes”
Gojo vs. Sukuna is still ongoing in the most recent Jujutsu Kaisen chapter, which is now available. As this conflict is one of life or death, the sorcerers are not holding back. This week, Gojo uses Six Eyes to assess Sukuna at one point, and we are shown the scene from his point of view.
Although it appears Gojo’s eyesight is somewhat fuzzy when using Six Eyes, you can usually make out large figures. The specks in the foreground are what catch my attention the most. Gojo notices two orbs of light while glancing at Sukuna in this week’s chapter. These are the soul of Megumi and the soul of the curse. Therefore, we are aware that Sukuna has not completely fused with Megumi thanks to Gojo and his Six Eyes.
With Gojo’s most recent Six Eyes analysis, this was not the case. If you recall, the Shibuya Incident arc featured part of Gojo’s point of view. Gojo noticed something was wrong with Geto’s soul when he came across him, but it was only one entity. Since the other way dead, Kenjaku had completely taken over Geto; nevertheless, Sukuna hasn’t had the same success with Megumi. We can only hope that our heroes can divide the couple as the Jujutsu Kaisen Manga progresses.
You may easily read Jujutsu Kaisen right now if you haven’t finished it. On the Shonen Jump app, the entire series is current. Consequently, you can check the official summary of Jujutsu Kaisen for further information.
“Despite his incredible athleticism, Yuji Itadori prefers to hang out with the Occult Club for some odd reason. When his clubmates are attacked, she quickly realizes that the occult is absolutely genuine. Meanwhile, Itadori finds himself on the trail of the enigmatic Megumi Fushiguro, who is looking for a special-grade cursed artefact.