I guess this might as well be a new series of articles now. A new set of uncensored and censored comparison images for another somewhat controversial anime has released. This time its for the anime Pupa, based on the manga by Sayaka Mogi. The anime itself has had many complaints in the regards to the adaptation done by Studio Deen. One such point was that one of the series’ main focus, gore and cannibalism, was being censored. Now that the blu-rays are coming out we can see the anime in its full glory. But will it make it any better?

And as such, a comparison between the televised and blu-ray versions of the anime Pupa is in order. So how much is censored on TV? A lot apparently.

The images on the left are the censored televised version and the right are the uncensored version from the blu-rays. Click on the images for their full resolution.

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Pupa is a manga created by Sayaka Mogi in 2011. The manga ran from March that year to December 2013, for a total of 5 volumes. The series ran in the Comic Earth Star magazine, published by Earth Star Entertainment. The manga received an anime adaptation during the Winter 2013/2014 season from Studio Deen.

Here is a synopsis of the series from MAL:

The “life-and-death sibling” story follows Utsutsu and Yume Hasegawa, a boy and his little sister who find themselves all alone. One day, Yume sees a mysterious red butterfly and her body undergoes a strange metamorphosis—into a creature that eats humans. Utsutsu struggles to find a way to restore his sister.

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The uncensored Pupa blu-rays are currently available for sale on Amazon Japan. It costs ¥4,949 (~ $49.49 USD) and includes all the episodes uncensored, and a few little extras.

Do you think the anime is much more enjoyable if it’s uncensored?

Images complied by Reddit user Takamiya