Jujutsu Kaisen dialogue cut from English version revealed by translator

A translator on Twitter reveals animated lines that were cut from the English translation of Gege Akutami’s hit supernatural manga Jujutsu Kaisen.


A Jujutsu Kaisen fan highlights the opening dialogue which was cut from the manga’s English translation.


Twitter user @soukatsu shared a translated version of the dialogue cut from the front page of Jujutsu Kaisen Ch. 204. The lines focus on the emotional situation of secondary character Choso, a half-human, half-spirit character who fights alongside the series’ protagonist, Yuji Itadori. While Choso regards Yuji as a younger brother, the character also has two real brothers named Kechizu and Eso. VIZ, the manga’s official English translators, have not clarified the reason, if any, why this dialogue was cut from the English version.

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Jujutsu Kaisen takes place in a world where negative human emotions manifest as physical entities called “curses” that torment humanity. The manga story begins when high school student Yuji Itadori tries to save his friend from a curse, but ends up taking him into his body. With a special quality curse now housed within himself, Itadori has the ability to exorcise other curses from the world. With this goal in mind, he transfers to a new school and begins working with curse expert Satoru Gojo to master his new abilities and protect humanity from curses. While Choso and his brothers are introduced to the series during the Death Painting story arc, they are also cast in the manga’s current arc, which revolves around Yuji and his comrades trying to save Gojo from imprisonment. by helping a team of wizards destroy a being. known as “The Dishonored”.


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Studio MAPPA produced an anime adaptation of Akutami’s popular manga, which aired from October 2020 to March 2021. Sung Hoo Park (The God of High School) directed the series, while Hiroshi Seko (The attack of the Titans) wrote the screenplay. A prequel movie, Jujutsu Kaisen 0, was also released in December 2021. MAPPA is currently working on the second season of the show. In September, the studio unveiled new teaser images, the first featuring a high school version of Satoru Gojo in a subway and the second featuring current Gojo in the subway with Yuji and several others. Jujutsu students. The Jujutsu Kaisen The Twitter account accompanied this latest image with a teasing message that read, “On October 31, in Shibuya, an unprecedented large-scale battle begins for Satoru Gojo.” Jujutsu Kaisen Season 2 has an expected debut sometime in 2023.

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The Jujutsu Kaisen manga is available in English in physical and digital editions from VIZ Media. The anime is available to stream on Crunchyroll.

Source: Twitter