ArtFan ArtSome cleaving Ryomen Sukuna fan art that you need to see (Jujutsu...

    Some cleaving Ryomen Sukuna fan art that you need to see (Jujutsu Kaisen)

    Ryomen Sukuna is the main antagonist of the popular manga, Jujutsu Kaisen, and is also referred to as “King of Curses” due to his mighty reputation of being the strongest sorcerer in history and even in modern times. Sukuna’s character and design inspiration comes from a demon in Japanese mythology with the same name. However, in Jujutsu Kaisen, this demon sorcerer has been given unique looks that have not been seen previously. Here in Retrology, we love fan art and in this post, we will be seeing some of the best Sukuna fan art.

    As mentioned above, Ryomen Sukuna has multiple looks throughout the series. So, if you haven’t caught up in the manga and feel confused with some of the images below then don’t be because I assure you all are legit Sukuna’s forms. Well, except for the last one.

    There are no spoilers in this post, but if you are good at guessing by just looking at the fan art, I would suggest that you don’t continue reading this post.

    Also Read: Jujutsu Kaisen: The inevitability of Satoru Gojo’s fate

    Ryomen Sukuna fan art


    This is one spooky-looking Sukuna fan art. I like how the face is darkened, giving the King of Curses a very menacing look.


    This is one of my favorite fan art of Sukuna. The brush strokes, details, and subtle orange light make this art worth having in this list.


    This looks like a rough sketch of Sukuna but nonetheless a good one.


    This is also Sukuna in one of his later forms. The art style in this image reminds me of the art style of the author, Gege Akutami, himself.


    Yuji Sukuna in full cleave mode by the talented artist PORO.


    This one looks as if the animators themselves painted it. This is definitely inspired by the iconic scene from the Sukuna vs Jogo fight in the second season of Jujutsu Kaisen.


    This might be my favorite Sukuna fan art. I love the art style, choice of colors, and the overall drawing in this one. A very funky-looking piece that illustrates the carefree nature of Sukuna.


    This is the final form of Sukuna in Jujutsu Kaisen where he transforms into a pink tiger. How dope, right? If only this were true! This is just a fan art depiction of Sukuna as a tiger and is not real. Nonetheless, I liked this one and added it to the list.

    That’s all on the Sukuna fan art. These were handpicked among other fan art. I hope you like this work of the super-skilled artists credited in the article. Let me know which one is your favorite in the comments.

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    Talha Saqib
    Talha Saqib
    Talha is founder of Retrology and has been actively following the gaming and media industry for the past 6 years. He is a full-time software engineer. His day-to-day tasks include writing, editing, strategizing content, managing his team, and handling the complete back-end. Talha has been playing video games and writing gaming guides for years. He is currently playing Bloodborne and Resident Evil Revelations.
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