Chainsaw Man Anime Trailer will be released on August 1st week. Fans are eagerly waiting for the trailer. The manhwa of the anime put a great impact on its viewers.

Chainsaw Man Trailer of Part 2

Yes! Part 2 of Chainsaw Man manga was revealed by Tatsuki Fujimoto last year, and the manga’s serialization isn’t done. Part 2 will begin in the second half of 2022, according to the author’s initial confirmation. Since Fujimoto made it official earlier this month, Chainsaw Man’s sequel will begin publication in the Shonen Jump on July 13, 2022. As a result, we may expect to begin reading new chapters of the fantastic manga series next month.

Tatsuki Fujimoto has more than just Chainsaw Man Part 2 on the go this year. The author delivered the Goodbye, Eri one-shot earlier this year, which was favorably received by the fans. A new short story, “Listen to Futu,” will be released on July 4th by the author Fujimoto. Of course, the news that Chainsaw Man Part 2 will be released in the near future is exciting, but many fans are also looking forward to the anime adaptation. Only a short PV of the anime was released by MAPPA last year, and since then, there has been no word on the anime’s production.

How Popular the Manhwa is?

In December of this year, Tatsuki Fujimoto began serializing Chainsaw Man. Over 11 volumes, the mangaka delivered roughly 97 chapters. As a result of a bargain he struck with Pochita, a devil in dog form, Denji gains the ability to change his body parts into chainsaws. Afterward, Denji joins the battle against the demons who threaten the Earth.

 

More than a million manga fans were enthralled by Chainsaw Man’s original plot and fast-paced action sequences. It’s no surprise that MAPPA, a well-known animation studio, decided to adapt the manga. Any news about the show, which is planned to air in October 2022, is eagerly anticipated by the anime community. However, the sequel to Chainsaw Man Part 2 is also a big draw for enthusiasts.

Chainsaw Man Plot

When his father died, Denji was stuck with a huge debt and no way to pay it back. Thanks to a Devil dog he saved named Pochita, he’s able to survive through odd jobs and killing Devils for the Yakuza. When Pochita’s chainsaw powers come in handy against these powerful demons. When the Yakuza betrays him and he’s killed by the Zombie Devil Pochita sacrifices himself to save his former master. Now Denji has been reborn as some kind of weird Devil-Human hybrid. He is now a Chainsaw Man!

After his transformation, he’s quickly recruited by Makima to join the Public Safety Devil Hunters under threat of extermination now that he’s technically a Devil. Now that he’s living comfortably for the first time in his life, Denji struggles to determine his dreams and form meaningful relationships while killing Devils and working alongside other eccentric Devil Hunters.

When the Chainsaw Man Anime Trailer part 2 will release it will create more hype.

The Cast of The Chainsaw Man

  • Direction: Ryuu Nakayama
  • Script/Screenplay: Hiroshi Seko
  • Character Design: Kazutaka Sugiyama
  • Action Direction: Tatsuya Yoshihara
  • Demon Design: Kiyotaka Oshiyama
  • Chief Episode Direction: Makoto Nakazono
  • Art Direction: Yuusuke Takeda
  • Colour Design: Naomi Nakano
  • Layout Direction: Yousuke Miyahara
  • Music: Kensuke Ushio
  • Animation Producer: Keisuke Seshita
  • Animation Work: MAPPA

Anime

On December 14, 2020, it was announced that the manga will receive an anime television series adaptation produced by MAPPA. It had a stage presentation at the Jump Festa 21 as part of the Jump Studio series of stage presentations that were held online on December 19–20, 2020.  So the first trailer for the anime series was shown at the “MAPPA Stage 2021 – 10th Anniversary” event and held on June 27, 2021.

The anime is directed by Ryū Nakayama (director) and Makoto Nakazono (chief episode director), with scripts by Hiroshi, character designs by Kazutaka Sugiyama, and devil designs by Kiyotaka Oshiyama. Tatsuya Yoshihara is serving as acting director and Yūsuke Takeda is directing the art. Naomi Nakano is the color key artist and Yohei Miyahara is designing the screens. The music is composed by Kensuke Ushio. The series is set to premiere in 2022. So Crunchyroll has licensed the series outside of Asia and will be releasing it along with an English Dub. Medialink licensed the series in Asia.