Jujutsu Kaisen: 10 things the anime changed compared to the manga

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Dude, did you see Satoru Gojo’s fight against the Curses on Station B-5? The anime did very well! They took the vibe of the manga and gave it an upgrade. Gojo became wilder and his actions became crazier. And look, the context they added… Wow! It makes us more aware of what’s going on.

Gojo’s Lightning Domain

Now, seriously, Gojo’s 0.2 second technique? In the anime it was insane! A long, jaw-dropping scene, showing the guy freezing and blasting his enemies. In the manga it was already cool, but in the anime? It was too top!


Jaw-Dropping Battles: Sukuna vs Mahoraga and Itadori on the Rise

Sukuna vs Mahoraga: Simplicity Yields More

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In the Shibuya Arc, the fight between Sukuna and Mahoraga was a show in itself. The anime found a way to simplify the techniques going on, focusing on Sukuna deciphering Mahoraga. It was easy to understand and yet super exciting!

All and the One Humor


That scene from Aoi Todo, which only exists in the anime, divides opinions. Some love it, others not so much. But it shows how the Mappa team knows how to give a worthy ending to a character with a unique mix of humor and action.

Itadori: The Silent Predator

The Mahito saga is one of the highlights. The anime gives an in-depth look at his relationship with Itadori, showing our protagonist becoming a born hunter. The difference between Mahito’s hopelessness and Itadori’s cold determination? Clap!


Riko Amanai: Tragedy Amplified

Riko Amanai and the Art of Moving

In Riko Amanai’s story, the anime played heavy on emotions. The sadness and injustice became more intense, thanks to the use of music and sound. Sad scenes became more striking.

Utahime and Mei Mei: Valuing Secondaries

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Look how the anime gave a special shine to Utahime and Mei Mei. In the manga, they aren’t as prominent, but in the anime? They received special attention. It was a cool way to prepare us for what’s coming.

Mechamaru vs Mahito: A Visual Show

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Mechamaru’s fight against Mahito? Wow, what a spectacle! The animation went further, with incredible details that don’t appear in the manga. The Mechamaru scene and Miwa’s confession? Chilling!

Volume 0: The Pilot That Became a Movie

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Volume 0 started as something separate, but became the entry key to the “Jujutsu Kaisen” universe. The anime skipped this part, but the film “Jujutsu Kaisen 0” came to show that that beginning was fundamental.

Manga vs Anime Details

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The anime rocks, but it is a fact that some details from the manga are lost in the transition. It’s a question of technique and money. But the team compensates for this with sound, color and movement, which make everything more impactful.

3D and Dynamic Camera in Anime

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The use of 3D animation and camera movements gives the scenes a different look. There are times when it’s a little weird, but for the most part, these effects add a unique vibe.

Itadori Devouring Sukuna’s Finger

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The scene of Itadori eating Sukuna’s finger is very different in the anime. In the manga, it was more impulsive, but in the anime, it became dramatic. It changed the way we see Itadori.

Conclusion: The Magic of Adaptation

The second season was an adaptation spectacle. It expanded characters, scenes and animation techniques, maintaining the essence and taking the experience to another level. “Jujutsu Kaisen” not only honored the manga, but raised the stakes for everyone to enjoy.

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