Tatsuki Fujimoto's Chainsaw Man captivated readers with its slick aesthetic, over-the-top action and thrilling storyline. With Part 1 of the manga officially concluded, Fujimoto has assured fans that the highly anticipated anime adaptation is in good hands.
In an interview with Anime News Network, Fujimoto talked about his experience writing Fire Punch for Shonen Jump+, as well as his thoughts on Chainsaw Man’s upcoming series. "I talked to the people handling the anime. I felt that they were people I could feel comfortable leaving things to, so I don't have any worries whatsoever," he explained. "I love anime, but I don't have any experience in making it, so I am leaving it all to them."
This comment comes on the heels of the official announcement late last year, which debuted a terrifying new teaser poster and confirmed the adaptation's ongoing development.
A trailer for the Chainsaw Man anime is set to debut at the Mappa Stage 2021 10th Aniversary Event, while the manga is set to continue with Part 2, entitled "School Arc," sometime in the near future.
Source: Anime News Network