Jujutsu Kaisen’s Satoru Gojo has Limitless Dance Moves in New Stop Motion Animation

Jujutsu Kaisen's hitting the dance floor in a new stop motion animation video starring fan-favorite Satoru Gojo.

A video posted on the YouTube channel Animist is shining a spotlight on Gojo for reasons beyond his Limitless cursed techniques. The channel described the video by saying, "I moved Gojo to appeal his strength and which way he moves." The animator also revealed the origin of their inspiration, writing, "I referred to some dancing videos to make the choreography."

Along with the original post, Animist also posted an accompanying video that provides a behind-the-scenes look into their creative process. Fans were appreciative of the peek into the short's production, noting the animator's meticulous care for every snapped frame, as well as the time and patience required for the art of stop motion. Many viewers also praised the finished product's fluidity, commenting that the animation captured the dance movement's weight and momentum in a manner that brought Gojo to life. Animist has uploaded other Jujutsu Kaisen stop motion animations on its channel, as well as other projects featuring characters from a variety of popular entertainment franchises, such as Cells at Work, Demon Slayer and Street Fighter.

Anime fans looking for more amazing stop motion animations should check out Reddit user MinilifeTV, who recreated one of Dragon Ball'most memorable moments with their own LEGO stop motion animation. Shonen anime fans might also be interested in Artist Wizyakuza, who showcased Demon Slayer's Kyojuro Rengoku and Akaza's final battle in a 3D illustration.

Jujutsu Kaisen is a manga series written and illustrated by Gege Akutami. The manga began serialization in Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump in 2018 and has since garnered critical acclaim for its detailed world-building, interesting characters and its unique fusion of horror and shonen action. With 55 million copies sold worldwide, Jujutsu Kaisen has already become one of the best-selling manga series in history. An anime adaptation was produced by animation studio MAPPA, which is also known for its work on DororoKakegurui and the final season of Attack on Titan. Debuting in 2020, the adaptation ran for 24 episodes and was one of the most watched anime of the year, second only to Black Clover. A prequel film entitled Jujutsu Kaisen 0 has also been announced, with a trailer setting a Japanese premiere date of Dec. 24.

Jujutsu Kaisen is available for streaming on Netflix and Crunchyroll. The original manga is distributed in both physical and digital formats by VIZ Media.

Source: YouTube

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