Jump Festa 2022: Announcement Roundup


Following up on our last Jump Festa Article, we’re looking at more big announcements, so time to buckle yourselves in and prepare for another bumpy ride!

Jujutsu Kaisen 0’s Newest Promotional Video Shows off the Biggest Fights coming soon

Jujutsu Kaisen 0 Film Visual
Image Credit: Mappa

Jujutsu Kaisen 0 is set to premiere in a few days and taking the Jujutsu Kaisen Stage was a brand new, action-filled trailer for the newest film, to help get people hyped up and excited. It is set to premiere in Japanese theaters and IMAX on December 24th. Another interesting fact is that the Jujutsu Kaisen series will be getting a stage play, for more on this, head over to Crunchyroll for more details.

Summer Time Rendering prepares to leap into Time and onto Television Screens in April 2022

Summer Time Rendering Visual
Image Credit: Shueisha Inc.

Another Shonen Plus Title will be getting an anime adaption based on Yasuki Tanaka‘s Shonen Jump Plus Manga Series, Summer Time Rendering will be making a splash on television screens, and Disney Plus (yes, you are reading this right,) but there isn’t an exact date for the Disney premiere at this time, however, it will be premiering in Japan in April 2022 and run for 25 episodes over two continuous cours (over two seasons of anime). A new visual and teaser trailer was released for the new series.


The Heroes and Villains are ready for an All-Out War in the newest My Hero Academia Sixth Season.

Image Credit: Toho Animation

The battle between the heroes and villains has finally reached a point where an All-Out War is about to break out, the sixth season of the popular Superhero Series by Kohei Horikoshi, My Hero Academia is set to premiere on Japanese Television in Fall 2022. Though, it also was mentioned by Horikoshi that the series could end at this time next year if everything goes right. For more on this announcement, Anime News Network has the full details.

Rurouni Kenshin makes its return with a Brand New Anime Series from Liden Films

Rurouni Kenshin Teaser
Image Credit: Aniplex

The classics keep on coming, first, it was Bleach, The Prince of Tennis, and now it’s Nobuhiro Watsuki’s Rurouni Kenshin making a return. Revealed during a Jump Festa event, there isn’t any new information about the event, however, Aniplex did unveil a new teaser trailer, and the studio that would be handling the animation production which would be LIDEN FILMS.