Chainsaw Man Gets An Anime Adaptation! Following Detailed Information

The manga series written and illustrated by Tatsuki Fujimoto, namely Chainsaw Man, is confirmed to have an anime adaptation. This announcement was made through the 2nd issue of Weekly Shonen Jump magazine. According to the information conveyed in the announcement, animation studio MAPPA is said to be responsible for producing Read also: Gintama is the reason for Kimetsu no Yaiba's mangaka to send his work to Shonen Jump Before producing this anime, MAPPA has previously worked on several anime adaptations such as The God of High School, Jujutsu Kaisen and Attack on Titan: the Final Season In 2020. Not only an anime adaptation, but the original anime from the MAPPA studio, Taiso Samurai, was also released in 2020. Given the many famous series that MAPPA has worked on, of course there is no doubt about its graphic quality and consistency. So, the Chainsaw manga series Man would certainly be a great masterpiece Hope after being successfully adapted into an anime by MAPPA. In addition to information about the anime adaptation, it was also announced that the Chainsaw Man \ Part I \ manga has ended in the 2nd issue of Weekly Shonen Jump magazine. Part 2 of the Chainsaw Man manga series is rumored to be returning to Sh┼Źnen Jump + (Shonen Jump Plus) Synopsis: Denji, a main protagonist in a story of living in poverty with his pet demon dog named Pochita. He and his demon dog are forced to live their life as a Demon Hunter to pay off all their father's debts by giving a corpse. The demon he hunted to the Yakuza who wanted him. Even so, his debts were still not paid off and he lived a very hungry life. One day, after he was trapped by the Yakuza, he found himself cut into pieces with his demon dog, Pochita. then disposed of in the trash. However, something unexpected happens where Pochita gives Denji a new life again as a Chainsaw Man. (Pochita is united with Denji for good) After that incident, he then lives in a big city and becomes part of the Demon Hunt organization. Also read: Part 2 Manga Chainsaw Man Continues in Shonen Jump + Source: Weekly Shonen Jump Magazine