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Shonen Jump’s Wildest Series Makes Jujutsu Kaisen’s Curses Much Weirder

In comparison to the cursed spirits in Jujutsu Kaisen, Dandadan’s tulpas are much weirder. Composers aren’t normally associated with something people fear and seeing them act so out of character in such an extreme way only heightens the absurdity of it all even more. When did famous composers ever unleash a slew of musical markings from their instruments that could explode upon impact?  Conversely, as far as Jujutsu Kaisen‘s Jogo is concerned, the fear of volcanoes is understandable. Readers can readily and easily associate what he does in the manga with how they would expect a fire-based character to act, especially one who has a short fuse and lights people on fire without the slightest provocation. While a head that looks like a volcano is odd, it is relatively normal in the realm of manga, especially an action series. The same can’t be said of composers except in music-based manga like Shonen Jump’s PPPPPP.

The introduction of tulpas in Dandadan also promises that others like the bobblehead composers could appear in future chapters. However, it’s highly unlikely they will serve as major antagonists like the cursed spirits do in Jujutsu Kaisen, what with the slew of Dandadan’s yokai and aliens that saturate the year-old series. The explanation that the bobblehead composers are in fact tulpas is also a relief. Although Dandadan set up them perfectly by mixing training with rhythm, many fans might have found the bobblehead composers a little disconcerting even for Dandadan. At the time, mangaka Yukinobu Tatsu didn’t provide any explanation about why composers had randomly appeared except that Okarun and Aira were in the school’s music room and that their attackers were somehow associated with the room’s portraits. Chapter 60’s elaboration definitely helped justify their usage and possibly even got the more skeptical readers not only onboard but excited for more. While Jujutsu Kaisen has its weird moments, it’s got nothing on Dandadan.

Look for the latest chapter of Dandadan now on Viz Media’s Shonen Jump app!


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Shonen Jump’s Wildest Series Makes Jujutsu Kaisen’s Curses Much Weirder

In comparison to the cursed spirits in Jujutsu Kaisen, Dandadan’s tulpas are much weirder. Composers aren’t normally associated with something people fear and seeing them act so out of character in such an extreme way only heightens the absurdity of it all even more. When did famous composers ever unleash a slew of musical markings from their instruments that could explode upon impact?  Conversely, as far as Jujutsu Kaisen‘s Jogo is concerned, the fear of volcanoes is understandable. Readers can readily and easily associate what he does in the manga with how they would expect a fire-based character to act, especially one who has a short fuse and lights people on fire without the slightest provocation. While a head that looks like a volcano is odd, it is relatively normal in the realm of manga, especially an action series. The same can’t be said of composers except in music-based manga like Shonen Jump’s PPPPPP.

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The introduction of tulpas in Dandadan also promises that others like the bobblehead composers could appear in future chapters. However, it’s highly unlikely they will serve as major antagonists like the cursed spirits do in Jujutsu Kaisen, what with the slew of Dandadan’s yokai and aliens that saturate the year-old series. The explanation that the bobblehead composers are in fact tulpas is also a relief. Although Dandadan set up them perfectly by mixing training with rhythm, many fans might have found the bobblehead composers a little disconcerting even for Dandadan. At the time, mangaka Yukinobu Tatsu didn’t provide any explanation about why composers had randomly appeared except that Okarun and Aira were in the school’s music room and that their attackers were somehow associated with the room’s portraits. Chapter 60’s elaboration definitely helped justify their usage and possibly even got the more skeptical readers not only onboard but excited for more. While Jujutsu Kaisen has its weird moments, it’s got nothing on Dandadan.

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Look for the latest chapter of Dandadan now on Viz Media’s Shonen Jump app!

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#Shonen #Jumps #Wildest #Series #Jujutsu #Kaisens #Curses #Weirder

Shonen Jump’s Wildest Series Makes Jujutsu Kaisen’s Curses Much Weirder

In comparison to the cursed spirits in Jujutsu Kaisen, Dandadan’s tulpas are much weirder. Composers aren’t normally associated with something people fear and seeing them act so out of character in such an extreme way only heightens the absurdity of it all even more. When did famous composers ever unleash a slew of musical markings from their instruments that could explode upon impact?  Conversely, as far as Jujutsu Kaisen‘s Jogo is concerned, the fear of volcanoes is understandable. Readers can readily and easily associate what he does in the manga with how they would expect a fire-based character to act, especially one who has a short fuse and lights people on fire without the slightest provocation. While a head that looks like a volcano is odd, it is relatively normal in the realm of manga, especially an action series. The same can’t be said of composers except in music-based manga like Shonen Jump’s PPPPPP.

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The introduction of tulpas in Dandadan also promises that others like the bobblehead composers could appear in future chapters. However, it’s highly unlikely they will serve as major antagonists like the cursed spirits do in Jujutsu Kaisen, what with the slew of Dandadan’s yokai and aliens that saturate the year-old series. The explanation that the bobblehead composers are in fact tulpas is also a relief. Although Dandadan set up them perfectly by mixing training with rhythm, many fans might have found the bobblehead composers a little disconcerting even for Dandadan. At the time, mangaka Yukinobu Tatsu didn’t provide any explanation about why composers had randomly appeared except that Okarun and Aira were in the school’s music room and that their attackers were somehow associated with the room’s portraits. Chapter 60’s elaboration definitely helped justify their usage and possibly even got the more skeptical readers not only onboard but excited for more. While Jujutsu Kaisen has its weird moments, it’s got nothing on Dandadan.

googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘div-gpt-ad-1535570269372-ccr4’); });

Look for the latest chapter of Dandadan now on Viz Media’s Shonen Jump app!

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