Did Gojo Die

Jujutsu Kaisen Chapter 236: How Did Gojo Die?

“Shocking Twist: Unraveling the Fate of Gojo in Jujutsu Kaisen Chapter 236!”

Chapter 236 of Jujutsu Kaisen was supposed to introduce a completely different arc after Sukuna’s defeat. However, recent leaks from Chapter 236 of Jujutsu Kaisen have confirmed an entirely different narrative, suggesting to fans that their beloved sorcerer, Satoru Gojo, may have met his end. This comes after a harrowing battle and a heart-wrenching conversation, finally showing the bloodied sorcerer lying on a cold concrete floor with an uncertain impending death as time passes.

Leaks from Chapter 236 of Jujutsu Kaisen: A Timeline of Events in the Gojo vs. Sukuna Battle

The leaks from JJK 236 have pieced together a timeline of events that unfolded in the battle between Gojo and Sukuna and its aftermath. In the previous chapter, we saw Gojo using his Black Flash against Sukuna to fully replenish his cursed energy reserves.

He then proceeds to use a Reversal: Red, colliding with Lapse: Blue, emitting a Hollow Purple.

This attack completely eliminated Mahoraga and gravely wounded Sukuna, confirming that Gojo had finally become the victor.

However, Chapter 236 of Jujutsu Kaisen begins with Gojo in an illusory dream where he once again encounters Geto, his cherished best friend. After a casual conversation and a nostalgic revisit of the past, Gojo finally admits that during the battle against Sukuna, he was surprised by the strength of the King of Curses. He believes that Sukuna could have won even if he hadn’t used Megumi’s cursed technique or his full power.

Gojo continues in a monologue describing his regrets and satisfaction, joined by Nanami, Haibara, Yaga, Riko, and Kuroi. However, it all ends when he finally bids his farewell, and it is revealed that the conversation was actually taking place in an airport waiting room. The leaks from JJK 236 finally reveal Gojo’s body lying on the concrete in Shinjuku, suggesting that he might ultimately die.

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Jujutsu Kaisen Chapter 236: Gojo’s Monologue and Nanami’s Intervention

The leaks from Chapter 236 of Jujutsu Kaisen show Gojo launching into a monologue and beginning to explain how strong Sukuna was. Did Gojo die at the hands of the King of Curses?

This has been questioned multiple times throughout this monologue as he continues to lament that by investing all his strength into this battle, Sukuna easily emerged victorious. He also regrets that his opponent couldn’t enjoy the battle as much as he did and is glad that someone stronger than him became his end.

However, Nanami’s intervention in the sequence is a surprise. He mocks Gojo for speaking like a samurai general, and Haibara joins in with Nanami. Nanami also mentions that while he doesn’t endorse Gojo’s death, he feels sympathy for his dear friend.

Is Gojo Dead in the Jujutsu Kaisen Manga?

The death of Gojo according to leaks from the JJK manga has remained ambiguous. The actual death of the charming sorcerer is currently only a hypothesis. Furthermore, Gojo Satoru has been killed before and managed to return from the dead using his cursed technique of inversion. This makes the theme of Gojo’s death a wholly uncertain and ambiguous matter.

Whether Satoru Gojo is dead or not can only be revealed with time, as we progress through the story. Even if it means the risk of losing a fitting and conclusive ending is high, it can also be considered that the sorcerer may resurrect from the dead in an interesting twist. The possibilities are vast and inexhaustible, making Gojo’s death a matter of narrative disposition that only the story can undertake.


The Jujutsu Kaisen manga has revealed Gojo’s possible death in a very unique way. It doesn’t explicitly state whether he dies but rather gives the reader room for imagination directed towards the darkness of a gruesome battle. While Sukuna must be stopped and Gojo is the only one capable of doing so, it will be interesting to see if Gojo indeed died in the battle against Sukuna.

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