On September 11th, 2022, Jujutsu Kaisen Chapter 197 was made available to read online.
As Maki Zenin faces off against many adversaries in Jujutsu Kaisen Chapter 197, there is little question that things are getting more difficult for her. So, what can we look forward to seeing in the next instalment of the manga? By teasing Naoya Zenin’s power show, author Gege Akutami is building up excitement for the next chapter 198! After being put to death by Maki’s mother, it has previously been established that Naoya Zenin was able to find a way to be reborn as an angry cursed spirit in order to exact his revenge.
Since then, Naoya has been seeking revenge on Maki for slaying the clan, and the story of this pursuit continues in Chapter 197 of Jujutsu Kaisen. But what kind of an adventure does Jujutsu Kaisen Chapter 198 have in store for Naoya? Gege Akutami built anticipation for the next chapter by revealing that we would witness the Cursed Spirit make use of Domain Expansion. Gege Akutami’s comments were well received. “The next chapter!! We are also going to make advantage of domain expansion in the Sendai Colony. Naoya Zenin will work hard, “Akutami wrote.
Gege Akutami’s excitement over Jujutsu Kaisen Chapter 198 is contagious, and we couldn’t be happier about it. Keeping this information in mind, we can’t wait to find out what will happen to Maki the next time she squares off against Naoya. The worldwide publication of Jujutsu Kaisen Volume 17 caused fans to rack their brains over an unusual yet significant new translation. In the meanwhile, Following Maki Zen’in’s beheading of Ogi Zenin in Jujutsu Kaisen Chapter 150, the Zenin clan begins their search for Maki Zen’in.
However, there was no way to stop Maki from using the new abilities that she gained as a result of the sacrifice that her twin sister, Mai, made. Maki is successful in wiping out both the Kukuru Unit and the Hei. At the end of the chapter, she is challenged by her cruel cousin Naoya, who inquires as to whether or not she possesses a heart made of human flesh. The response that Maki gives is, “No, it was stolen from me.”