Jujutsu Kaisen Episode 1 Dub

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Japanese manga series by Gege Akutami

Jujutsu Kaisen

Encompass of the get-go
tankōbon
book, featuring Yuji Itadori




呪術廻戦


Genre
  • Take a chance[1]
  • Dark fantasy[2]
  • Supernatural[1]
Manga
Written past Gege Akutami
Published past Shueisha
English language publisher

NA

Viz Media

Banner Spring Comics
Magazine Weekly Shōnen Leap
English language magazine

NA

Weekly Shonen Jump

Demographic Shōnen
Original run March v, 2018
– present
Volumes 20
(List of volumes)
Anime boob tube series
Directed by Sunghoo Park
Produced by
  • Hiroaki Matsutani
  • Makoto Kimura
  • Toshihiro Maeda
  • Yoshiaki Takagaki
  • Yuriha Murai
Written by Hiroshi Seko
Music by
  • Hiroaki Tsutsumi
  • Yoshimasa Terui
  • Alisa Okehazama
Studio MAPPA
Licensed by
  • Crunchyroll[a]
  • Viz Media
  • (home video rights)

SA/Ocean

Medialink

Original network JNN (MBS, TBS)
Original run
Oct three, 2020

– nowadays
Episodes 24
(List of episodes)
Prequel
  • Jujutsu Kaisen 0
    (2017)

    • Anime picture (2021)


Jujutsu Kaisen


(
呪術廻戦
)

is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Gege Akutami. Information technology has been serialized in Shueisha’southward
shōnen
manga magazine
Weekly Shōnen Jump
since March 2018, with its capacity collected and published in 20
tankōbon
volumes as of August 2022[update]. The story follows high school student Yuji Itadori as he joins a surreptitious organization of Jujutsu Sorcerers to eliminate a powerful Expletive named Ryomen Sukuna, of whom Yuji becomes the host.
Jujutsu Kaisen
is a sequel to Akutami’s
Tokyo Metropolitan Expletive Technical School, serialized in Shueisha’s
Bound GIGA
from April to July 2017, later on collected in a
tankōbon
book, retroactively titled every bit
Jujutsu Kaisen 0, in December 2018.

Jujutsu Kaisen
is licensed for English-linguistic communication release in North America by Viz Media, which has published the manga in print since December 2019. Shueisha publishes the series in English language on the
Manga Plus
online platform. Two novels, written by Ballad Kitaguni, were published in May 2019 and January 2020, respectively. A 24-episode anime television set serial adaptation produced by MAPPA, aired on MBS from October 2020 to March 2021. The anime is licensed by Crunchyroll for streaming outside of Asia, which premiered an English dub in November 2020. The anime’due south original soundtrack was released in April 2021. A 2d season is fix to premiere in 2023.

As of August 2022, the
Jujutsu Kaisen
manga had over seventy million copies in circulation, including related novels, digital versions and
Jujutsu Kaisen 0, making information technology ane of the acknowledged manga series of all time.

Synopsis

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Setting

[edit]

In
Jujutsu Kaisen, all living beings emanate free energy called Cursed Free energy,[Jp. i]
which arises from negative emotions that naturally flow throughout the torso. Ordinary people cannot control this flow in their bodies. Every bit a result, they continually lose Cursed Energy, resulting in the birth of Curses,[Jp. 2]
a race of spiritual beings whose primary desire is to bring harm to humanity. These curses are shown as gruesome monsters.

Jujutsu Sorcerers[Jp. iii]
are people who control the flow of Cursed Energy in their bodies, assuasive them to use it equally they delight and also to reduce its release. High-ranking Sorcerers and Curses can refine this free energy and apply information technology to perform Cursed Techniques,[Jp. iv]
which tend to be unique to the user or their family unit. An advanced form of Cursed Technique is Domain Expansion,[Jp. 5]
which the users build a pocket dimension of variable size. Inside the domain, all of their attacks will e’er connect and grow in strength.

Plot

[edit]

Yuji Itadori is an unnaturally fit loftier schoolhouse educatee living in Sendai. On his deathbed, his gramps instils two powerful letters within Yuji: “e’er assist others” and “die surrounded by people.” Yuji’due south friends at the Occult Society attracted Curses to their school when they unsealed a rotten finger talisman which Yuji swallowed to protect Megumi Fushiguro and their friends, becoming host to a powerful Curse named Ryomen Sukuna. Due to Sukuna’s evil nature, all sorcerers are required to bewitch him (and, by extension, Yuji) immediately. But upon seeing Yuji retaining control over his torso, Megumi’s teacher Satoru Gojo brings him to the Tokyo Prefectural Jujutsu High Schoolhouse with a proposal to his superiors: postpone Yuji’due south capital punishment and train nether Satoru until he consumes all of Sukuna’s fingers so the Expletive can be eliminated. At the same time, a group of cursed spirits plot a multi-layered attack on the world of jujutsu sorcery, including the Cursed spirit Mahito and a corrupted magician named Suguru Geto, who was executed past Satoru a year prior. The Kyoto school’due south chief wants Yuji dead immediately at the exchange event betwixt the Tokyo and Kyoto jujutsu schools. In dissimilarity, others side with Satoru to keep Yuji live.

The disfigured Kyoto Jujutsu Tech second-twelvemonth student Kokichi Muta, who pilots Mechamaru, is revealed to be a mole. Geto and the cursed spirits lay a screen over Shibuya. Diverse sorcerers go far at the scene to fight them. Satoru fights off cursed spirits and exorcises Hanami but is sealed away by Geto in a certain antiquity. The events also show that the current Geto is not the original simply rather Geto’s corpse possessed by an ancient sorcerer named Kenjaku. Yuji and his allies confront Kenjaku’s forces, with Satoru even so trapped inside the artifact. As the incident ends, Kenjaku reveals that he has been jumping from body to trunk for thousands of years and implanting Binding Vows, which in plow awakens thousands of new sorcerers throughout Japan, including Tsumiki Fushiguro, Megumi’southward pace-sister. He and then unleashes a slew of curses on Nihon, ushering in chaos and a world of cursed spirits reminiscent of the Heian flow.

In the backwash, Yuji and Megumi team upwards with second-year student Yuta Okkotsu and Yuki Tsukumo, a special grade jujutsu sorcerer and one of the almost powerful sorcerers of all time, along with one-half-man, one-half-Curse Choso and second-year student Maki Zenin to run across with Tengen. Tengen, an immortal, part-Curse part-homo jujutsu sorcerer, reveals Kenjaku’s plan to merge Tengen’s consciousness with Japan’south human population. The Culling Game, Kenjaku’s all-out war between the sorcerers and Curse users of Japan, then begins.

Production

[edit]

In 2017, Gege Akutami published
Tokyo Metropolitan Curse Technical Schoolhouse, a iv-affiliate series that ran in
Spring GIGA
from Apr 28 to July 28.[3]
[4]
This series would serve later equally a prequel to
Jujutsu Kaisen, being retroactively titled equally
Jujutsu Kaisen 0.[five]
According to Hiroyuki Nakano, the primary editor of
Weekly Shōnen Bound,
Jujutsu Kaisen
received unanimous approval in the serialization commission.[6]
It debuted in
Weekly Shōnen Spring
on March 5, 2018.[vii]

Akutami stated that
Neon Genesis Evangelion
influenced the mythological aspects of the series,[eight]
being also influenced by horror and constitute footage films.[9]
Akutami is peculiarly a fan of Yoshihiro Togashi, author of
YuYu Hakusho
and
Hunter × Hunter,[9]
[10]
expressing intentions to take an art mode equally close as possible to his.[eight]
The author is as well a fan of Tite Kubo, author of
Bleach, and discussed in an interview with him the similarities betwixt their works.[11]
[12]
Other manga artists who influenced Akutami include Masashi Kishimoto (Naruto) and Yusuke Murata (Eyeshield 21
and
One-Punch Man
illustrator).[8]
The magic organization of
Jujutsu Kaisen
is largely based on
Hunter × Hunter, whose fights, in Akutami’s words, “rejects emotional arguments”, stating, nevertheless, that like Daisuke Ashihara,
World Trigger
southward writer, whose magic system is also like to Togashi’s series, Akutami is trying to find and develop their own manner.[ix]

In Oct 2020, Akutami stated that the story’south ending and main stages are planned, just that the path between the two remains “fairly gratuitous”.[viii]
In February 2021, Akutami stated that the series would probably be finished within two years, declaring, however, no confidence in that statement. Akutami knows how the story for Megumi Fushiguro will stop, but not for Sukuna.[thirteen]
On June 9, 2021, it was announced that the manga would enter on hiatus due to the author’s health issues;[14]
[15]
it resumed publication on August 2 of the same twelvemonth.[16]
[17]

Publication

[edit]

Jujutsu Kaisen
is written and illustrated by Gege Akutami. The series started in Shueisha’s
Weekly Shōnen Jump
magazine on March 5, 2018.[ii]
[7]
Its chapters are nerveless and published by Shueisha into individual
tankōbon
volumes. The first volume was published on July 4, 2018.[eighteen]
Equally of August 4, 2022, twenty volumes take been released.[19]

Shueisha began to simulpublish the series in English on the app and website
Manga Plus
in Jan 2019.[20]
Viz Media published the first 3 capacity for its “Jump Start” initiative.[21]
In March 2019, Viz Media announced the print release of the series in Northward America.[22]
The first volume was published on December 3, 2019.[23]
As of Oct 5, 2021, twelve volumes have been released.[24]


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Novels

[edit]

Two novels written by Carol Kitaguni take been released nether the Jump J-Books imprint. The get-go, titled
Jujutsu Kaisen: Iku Natsu to Kaeru Aki,[Jp. 6]
was released on May 1, 2019.[25]
The second novel, titled
Jujutsu Kaisen: Yoake no Ibara Michi,[Jp. 7]
was released on January 4, 2020.[26]
[27]
In Feb 2022, Viz Media announced they licensed the novels for English publication.[28]

Anime

[edit]

An anime goggle box series adaptation was appear past
Weekly Shōnen Jump
in November 2019.[29]
The manga writer, Gege Akutami, and the main cast members appeared at Jump Festa ’20 on December 22, 2019.[30]
The series was produced by MAPPA and directed past Sunghoo Park. Hiroshi Seko was in charge of the scripts, Tadashi Hiramatsu designed the characters.[31]
While the anime had an advanced streaming debut on YouTube and Twitter on September xix, 2020,[32]
it officially aired on MBS and TBS’south Super Animeism block from October 3, 2020, to March 27, 2021.[33]
[34]
[31]
[b]
The serial ran for 24 episodes.[35]
From episode 3 onwards, the series includes post-credits anime shorts titled “Juju Sanpo”,[Jp. 8]
which focus on the daily lives of the characters.[36]

On February 12, 2022, a second season was announced and is set to premiere in 2023.[37]
The flavor will air for ii cours (quarters of a year) for a continuous half-year run and will adapt the “Kaigyoku/Gyokusetsu” and “Shibuya Incident” arcs.[38]

The anime is licensed past Crunchyroll for streaming outside of Asia.[39]
Crunchyroll has released streaming dubs for the serial in English, Spanish, Portuguese, French and German that premiered on Nov 20, 2020,[40]
[41]
with the English dub likewise premiering on HBO Max on Dec four, 2020.[42]
Viz Media will release the series on home video.[43]
In Southeast Asia and Southern asia, Medialink licensed the serial and streamed information technology on iQIYI.[44]
[45]
The company also released the series on Netflix in Southeast Asia, India, Hong Kong, and Taiwan on June 3, 2021.[46]
[47]

Music

[edit]

The original soundtrack of the
Jujutsu Kaisen
anime series is equanimous by Hiroaki Tsutsumi, Yoshimasa Terui and Alisa Okehazama.[31]
The series’ showtime opening theme is “Kaikai Kitan”,[Jp. 9]
performed past Eve, while the showtime ending theme is “Lost in Paradise feat. AKLO” performed by ALI.[48]
The second opening theme is “Vivid Vice”, performed by Who-ya Extended, while the second catastrophe theme is “give information technology back [ja]“, performed by Cö Shu Nie.[49]
The original soundtrack was released on a 2-CD attack Apr 21, 2021.[fifty]
Anime Express released the soundtrack digitally in North America, Europe and Oceania on April 21, 2021,[51]
[52]
and was released on CD and vinyl on January 31, 2022.[53]

Video games

[edit]

In June 2021, a gratuitous-to-play RPG developed by Sumzap for smartphones was announced.[54]

A collaboration with
PlayerUnknown’southward Battlegrounds
(PUBG: Battlegrounds) was announced in August 2021. The collaboration will be available globally except in Nihon and Red china.[55]

Other media

[edit]

A fanbook, titled
Jujutsu Kaisen Official Fanbook,[Jp. 10]
which features exclusive information about the series, character profiles, author commentaries, an interview and a special dialogue between Akutami and
Bleach
writer Tite Kubo, was published by Shueisha on March 4, 2021.[56]

Reception

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Manga

[edit]

Jujutsu Kaisen
was 6th on the fifth Next Manga Awards in the Print category in 2018.[57]
The series ranked 1st on the “Nationwide Bookstore Employees’ Recommended Comics” by the Honya Social club website in 2019.[58]
[59]
It won the 3rd annual Tsutaya Comic Laurels in 2019.[lx]
In 2019, the manga was nominated for the 65th Shogakukan Manga Laurels in the
shōnen
category.[61]
The series ranked 31st on the 2020 “Volume of the Year” list by
Da Vinci
mag;[62]
information technology ranked fourth on the 2021 list.[63]
On Television set Asahi’southward Manga Sōsenkyo 2021 poll, in which 150.000 people voted for their top 100 manga series,
Jujutsu Kaisen
ranked 19th.[64]
[65]
Jujutsu Kaisen
won the Mandō Kobayashi Manga Yard Prix 2020, created past comedian and manga enthusiast Kendo Kobayashi, in which each year’south winner is decided based on his personal gustatory modality.[66]
The manga was nominated for the 25th almanac Tezuka Osamu Cultural Prize in 2021.[67]
In 2021, the serial was #19 on the acme 20 trending topics of the annual Twitter Nihon’s Trend Awards.[68]

Sales

[edit]

The
Jujutsu Kaisen
manga had 600,000 copies in circulation as of December 2018,[69]
770,000 copies in circulation as of Feb ane, 2019,[70]
1.1 million copies in circulation as of Feb 2019,[71]
2 million copies in apportionment equally of June 2019,[72]
2.5 million copies in apportionment as of Nov 2019,[73]
iv.5 million copies in circulation as of May 2020,[74]
6.8 million copies in apportionment as of September 2020,[75]
and over 10 million copies in circulation equally of October 2020,[c]
having grown 400% in one yr, and about 230% in a half twelvemonth.[76]
[77]
Equally of Dec 2020, the serial had 15 1000000 copies in circulation.[c]
[78]
By Jan 13, 2021, the series had over 20 million copies in circulation,[c]
[79]
[80]
and increased to 25 million copies in circulation by Jan 26.[81]
[82]
As of February 2021, the manga had over 30 million copies in circulation.[c]
[83]
[84]
By the kickoff of March 2021, the serial had over 36 million copies in circulation,[c]
[85]
and by the end of the calendar month, the manga recorded over twoscore one thousand thousand copies in apportionment.[86]
As of Apr 2021, the manga had over 45 million copies in circulation.[c]
[87]
[88]
As of May 2021, the manga had over fifty million copies in apportionment.[c]
[89]
[90]
As of Oct 2021, the manga had over 55 one thousand thousand copies in circulation.[c]
[91]
[92]
Equally of Dec 2021, the manga had over sixty one thousand thousand copies in circulation.[c]
[93]
As of April 2022, the manga had over 65 million copies in apportionment.[c]
[94]
As of August 2022, the manga had over lxx meg copies in circulation.[c]
[95]

Jujutsu Kaisen
was the fifth best-selling manga series in 2020 (from the menstruum between November 2019 to November 2020), with 6,702,736 copies sold.[96]
In January 2021,
Jujutsu Kaisen
s first fifteen volumes at the time (including volume 0) took 15 of superlative 16 spots of Oricon’south weekly manga ranking (week of January 11–17), being only surpassed by
Attack on Titan
southward 33rd volume, which topped the list.[97]
Jujutsu Kaisen
was the second best-selling manga series in the commencement half of 2021 (period between November 2020 and May 2021), backside
Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, with over 23 million copies sold,[98]
while its 16 volumes at the time (including volume 0), were among the 25 best-selling manga volumes.[99]
Jujutsu Kaisen
was the best-selling manga in 2021, with over 30 million copies sold.[100]
[101]
Its eighteen volumes at the time (including volume 0) were among the top 25 all-time-selling volumes.[102]

According to
ICv2,
Jujutsu Kaisen
was the 7th best-selling manga franchise for fall 2021 (September–December) in the The states, and it was also the 6th “most efficient manga franchise” for retailer bookshelves, based on the website’s calculations of which manga franchises had the highest sales per volume.[103]

Disquisitional reception

[edit]

Leroy Douresseaux of
Comic Volume Bin
gave the showtime volume a score of 8.5/10. Douresseaux praised the series for its characters, plots, settings, and internal mythology, and described it as a “combination battle manga and horror comic book”.[104]
Shawn Hacaga of
The Fandom Post, in his review of the starting time volume, compared the series to early
Bleach
and praised it for its world, lore, characters and artwork, terminal that it is a “solid first volume”.[105]
Hannah Collins of CBR found parallels between Yuji and Sukuna and Marvel Comics characters Eddie Brock and Venom. She also noted similarities to
Bleach,
Blue Exorcist
and
Tokyo Ghoul. Collins commended the manga and, regarding its then recently appear anime adaptation, concluded that
Jujutsu Kaisen
is a “darkly enjoyable action series that’south sure to be one to watch out for in 2020”.[106]
Rebecca Silverman of Anime News Network ranked the first book every bit a C. Silverman praised the serial’ use of Japanese folklore and
yōkai
elements, comparing this and Akutami’s art manner to Shigeru Mizuki’s
GeGeGe no Kitarō, only criticized the story for beingness “very generic”. She concluded, “Information technology has the potential to be more as Akutami gets more comfortable with the serialization process and figures out precisely where the story is going, so it may be worth a second book to be certain. Just as of this one, it’due south but okay, making it the kind of series that gets damned with faint praise”.[107]
Azusa Takahashi of
Real Sound
praised its storytelling, setting and “surprising” story evolution, also noting similarities to other works like
Bleach,
Ushio & Tora
or
Neon Genesis Evangelion, stating, however, that the series is not simply a homage to popular works centered on the battle development, only that it has a “clever composition that sublimates into originality, and so you have to be absorbed in it.”[108]

Anime

[edit]

The
Jujutsu Kaisen
anime was awarded “Anime of the Year” at the 5th Crunchyroll Anime Awards, while Ryomen Sukuna won the “Best Antagonist” category and “Lost in Paradise feat. AKLO” by ALI won the “Best Ending Sequence” category.[109]
[110]
In January 2021, it was revealed that the anime series was the 2nd most-watched anime series on Crunchyroll in 2020, but 2nd to
Black Clover, being watched in 71 countries and territories, including N America, Due south and Key America, Europe, Middle East and N Africa, Africa, Asia and Oceania.[111]
The official music video of the series’ showtime opening, “Kaikai Kitan” past Eve, reached 100 meg views on YouTube in April 2021, being 1 of the fastest anime openings to hit such number of views.[112]
In 2021,
Jujutsu Kaisen
ranked second in the anime category of the Yahoo! Japan Search Awards, based on the number of searches for a particular term compared to the year before.[113]
During the same year, the series became the 2d most discussed Idiot box show worldwide on Twitter, surpassing
Squid Game.[114]
It besides won the Best Boob tube Anime honor at the 2021 Newtype Anime Awards, while Hiroshi Seko won All-time Screenplay for his piece of work on the serial.[115]
In 2022, the serial won the Tokyo Anime Award for Animation of the Year in the goggle box category.[116]

Micah Peters of
The Ringer
said that while the series’ “focused execution” of
shōnen
tropes makes it “infinitely watchable”, is its “specificity, its personality, its ultra-slick stylishness” what make the show special. He added: “Like with Park’south previous piece of work, there is a sumptuous amount of splashy, expensive, mo-cap-enabled animation, delivering on the action promised by the comics”.[117]
Paul Thomas Chapman of
Otaku USA
chosen it a “prime instance of average textile elevated by excellent execution”, adding that it is similar to
Bleach
and
YuYu Hakusho. Chapman commented that Sunghoo Park “puts the “beatdown” in narrative beats”, being able to “segue from goofy comedy to chilling horror in an instant”, and that he and the crew at MAPPA “brand this narrative mutability seem effortless”.[118]
Ana Diaz of
Polygon
highlighted the 17th episode, praising the series’ treatment of its female characters, dissimilar to other
shōnen
series. Diaz wrote: “Jujutsu Kaisen
goes a step further than avoiding gender tropes by presenting a variety of female perspectives. It’s not similar at that place’s any right way for these young women to bargain with the unique pressures they face. The story lets them disagree, and fight for their perspectives and their place”. She concluded: “The testify’due south widespread success signals that audiences aren’t merely ready for change, they’re actively craving it. Now, every other creator has the green light to write all kinds of women into their shows”.[119]

Novels

[edit]

Jujutsu Kaisen: Iku Natsu to Kaeru Aki
and
Jujutsu Kaisen: Yoake no Ibara Michi
were among the best-selling novel series in the first half of 2021 (period betwixt November 2020 and May 2021), with 235,170 and 206,059 copies sold, respectively,[120]
and both novels were the best-selling-novel volumes in the starting time one-half of 2021.[121]
Both novels were the best-selling novels of 2021, collectively selling a total of 487,434 copies.[122]

Notes

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Explanatory

  1. ^

    Formerly known as Funimation, streaming rights.

  2. ^

    MBS lists the air dates for the series on Friday at 25:25, which is effectively Saturday at one:25 a.m. JST.[33]
  3. ^


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    b




    c




    d




    e




    f




    thou




    h




    i




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    1000



    Including digital copies and
    Jujutsu Kaisen 0.
Japanese

  1. ^



    呪力
    ,

    Juryoku


  2. ^



    呪い
    ,

    Noroi


  3. ^



    呪術師
    ,

    Jujutsushi
    ,
    lit.
    “Cursed Technique Masters” or “Shamans”

  4. ^



    呪術式
    ,

    Jujutsushiki


  5. ^



    領域展開
    ,

    Ryōiki Tenkai


  6. ^



    呪術廻戦 逝く夏と還る秋
    , “Jujutsu Kaisen: Soaring Summer and Returning Autumn”

  7. ^



    呪術廻戦 夜明けのいばら道
    , “Jujutsu Kaisen: The Path of Roses at Dawn”

  8. ^



    呪術さんぽ
    ,
    lit.
    “Jujutsu Stroll”

  9. ^



    廻廻奇譚


  10. ^



    呪術廻戦 公式ファンブック
    ,

    Jujutsu Kaisen Kōshiki Fanbukku

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External links

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  • Jujutsu Kaisen
    official manga website at
    Weekly Shōnen Leap


    (in Japanese)


  • Jujutsu Kaisen
    official anime website


    (in Japanese)


  • Jujutsu Kaisen
    official anime website at MBS


    (in Japanese)
  • Jujutsu Kaisen
    (manga) at Anime News Network’s encyclopedia



Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jujutsu_Kaisen