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About the Character
Ryomen Sukuna is a fictional character in the manga and anime series Jujutsu Kaisen. He is a powerful cursed spirit and one of the primary antagonists of the series. Sukuna was once a human sorcerer who gained immense power by consuming the fingers of a powerful cursed object known as the "King of Curses." He was eventually killed by a group of sorcerers, but his cursed spirit remained intact and was able to be reincarnated by consuming the fingers once again. Sukuna is known for his immense strength, regenerative abilities, and mastery of cursed techniques. He is also infamous for his sadistic and ruthless nature, as well as his desire to overthrow the existing order of the jujutsu world. Sukuna is a complex and compelling character, and his interactions with the protagonist, Yuji Itadori, are a highlight of the series.
About the Company
All FiGPiNs are officially licensed with the most popular brands in the world. With character-perfect artwork, FiGPiNs capture your favorite characters from video games, movies, and comics. We want you to share your fandom, so stand out with FiGPiN and pin on.