The main concern among fans as Jump Festa 2023 approaches is why there won’t be much of a Dragon Ball presence this year. There is absolutely no presence for the series other than a few gaming panels and an art display for the brand.
The absence of Dragon Ball is arguably the biggest uncertainty going into the event, but there are others for other hugely popular series as well. Fans’ wishlists for Jump Festa 2023 include information on Demon Slayer Season 3, Chainsaw Man’s second season, and other projects. The first cour of the Chainsaw Man anime adaptation will end shortly after Jump Festa 2023, and fans are wondering if anything will be said about the second cour. It’s essentially a given that the second cour will wind up getting a full push and premiere because of how successful the first one was.
Jump Festa 2023: Unanswered Questions?
In reality, the only uncertainty surrounding Chainsaw Man’s second season is the precise date of its premiere. Due to MAPPA Studios’ declaration that the first season will take a split-cour method, the initial reports around the anime revealed a 2-cour approach. Fans only currently know this information on the second cour, though.
While a teaser is improbable, viewers can at least anticipate hearing a release window for the second season. In order to capitalize on the series’ already-existing buzz, MAPPA will probably aim to release the second season as soon as feasible, similar to what Wit Studios and CloverWorks did with Spy x Family from Spring 2022 into Fall 2022.
Speaking of MAPPA Studios, there are many unanswered questions regarding the second season of their other premier anime series, Jujutsu Kaisen. According to the most recent information available to viewers, the forthcoming season will be a continuous two-hour production, which means that there won’t be any significant interruptions throughout the second season.
There is no release information more precise than this, though 2023 is the season’s guaranteed release year. As of the time, this article was written, no trailer of any type had been released for Jujutsu Kaisen season 2. This includes any 30-second promotional teaser video, which many fans think ought to have been made available by now.