Chainsaw Man: the new anime bomb unveils an explosive trailer

MAPPA (Jujutsu Kaisen) and Crunchy Roll hold arguably the best anime of the year, with this explosive new trailer for Chainsaw Man.

After shining on Jujutsu Kaisen 0, the MAPPA studio has not finished impressing us. anime chain saw man scheduled for October has just unveiled a long new trailer for Crunchyroll, and already promises to establish itself as the most beautiful discovery of this end of 2022.

Chainsaw Massacre

First published in 2018 in the pages of Shonen Jump, chain saw man quickly became one of the most popular shonens of the new generation. After Demon Slayer who bowed out this summer, Kaiju #8 or the gloss Jujutsu Kaisen, the adventures of Denji are now exported to the small screen. As a reminder, the original manga imagined by Tatsuki Fujimoto currently has 11 bound volumes. In France, the publisher Kaze is responsible for the paper publication, while the latest chapters are also available online for free on the Manga Plus platform.

Violent, mature but also very funny, chain saw man is a UFO of the shonen genre, which shines by its originality as much as by its quirky tone. If you haven’t read the manga yet, maybe it’s time to wait a little longer. The first episodes of the anime will be available from October on Crunchyroll, without further details on the exact schedule for the moment.

A very high-flying animation

As one might expect, chain saw man already promises to be a nugget of animation. Thanks to the talent of the MAPPA studio, already at work on the choreographies of The attack of the Titans and Jujutsu Kaisen, this new animated adaptation promises to amaze us. “We tried to stay as faithful as possible to the manga in terms of the scenario without asking ourselves questions about censorship. That’s the charm of Chainsaw Man. If we ever receive remarks after the release of the anime regarding violence and sexuality, we will ask ourselves the question”confirmed the studio.

With her hemoglobin escalation, this particularly gory new trailer already promises to transcribe the work of the author to the screen. As usual, MAPPA seems to have made no concessions, neither on the violence nor on the quality of animation.