Jujutsu Kaisen Dialogue Cut From English Release Revealed by Translator

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A translator on Twitter reveals moving 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 that got cut from the manga’s English translation.


Twitter user @soukatsu shared a translated version of the cut dialogue from the first page of Jujutsu Kaisen Ch. 204. The lines focus on the emotional plight of the supporting character Choso, a half-human, half-spirit…

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