Chainsaw Man Anime Release Date: Cast| Plot| Trailer| Latest Updates 2022!

Chainsaw Man is a horror-comedy manga series created by Tatsuki Fujimoto. The Chainsaw Man anime adaptation has gained much acclaim with the release of its first official trailer in June 2021. The series is sure to smash with horror fans because of whirling chainsaws and legions of devils.

Here is all the information you need to know about the Chainsaw Man anime, including the plot, cast, publication date, and status of the manga.

Chainsaw Man Anime: Characters and Voice Artists

  • Denji, a young, dejected devil hunter, is given a second start at life as the mysterious Chainsaw Man (voiced by Kikunosuke Toya).
  • Pochita is a devoted devil dog that joins forces with Denji in order to save him
  • Makima (voiced by Tomori Kusunoki) is the leader of Public Safety Division 4 and accepts Denji when he merges with Pochita.
  • Aki Hayakawa (voiced by Shogo Sakata), a subordinate of Makima and hesitant associate of Denji who dislikes friends and sports a topknot.
  • Power (voiced by Fairouz Ai) is a member of Makima’s team and a Blood Fiend with a prominent pair of horns.

Chainsaw Man Anime: Storyline

Denji, a young boy who must shoulder the responsibility of repaying the debt his deceased father left behind while having no extra money, is the focus of Chainsaw Man.

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With the help of his devil-dog, Pochita, who passed away when a job went awry, Denji goes on to become a demon hunter in a world where evil arises from human anxieties.

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In response to Pochita’s invitation to become Denji’s new heart, Denji transforms into the “Chainsaw Man,” a human-demon mix.

Chainsaw Man Anime Release Date

We now know that the Chainsaw Man anime will be released in 2022 and according to Wikipedia, the anime is scheduled to debut on TV Tokyo and other networks in October 2022.

However, since the first trailer debuted on June 27, 2021, we haven’t heard anything about it. Since that time, neither Crunchyroll nor the international licensor, MAPPA, have made any announcements.

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Fans are becoming impatient because the anime has been postponed as we approach the halfway point of 2022. At the Chainsaw Man Panel at Anime Expo 2022, it was anticipated that the release date would be announced, but the event passed without any new information.

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Those who attended the panel, however, reported that it was stated that further information would be revealed at Crunchyroll Expo 2022, which will be held from August 4 to 7. So that’s when we’ll probably eventually learn the anime’s official release date.

What is the Source of Chainsaw Man Anime?

The movie Chainsaw Man anime is based on Tatsuki Fujimoto’s manga series of the same name.

It was first released in 2018 and is currently available in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump. The first arc was completed in 2020 with eleven volumes and 97 chapters.

The manga series for Chainsaw Man is still active. On July 13, 2022, Chainsaw Man 2 was released.

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The Chainsaw Man anime series pledges to be true to the source material and to emphasise its unadulterated vitality as it transitions from the pages to the screen.

Conclusion

Chainsaw Man gained much acclaim with the release of its first official trailer in June 2021. According to rumours, the anime is scheduled to debut on TV Tokyo and other networks in October 2022. We should be able to see Chainsaw Man this year, hopefully.

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Where Will We Watch Chainsaw Man Anime?

Crunchyroll will provide Chainsaw Man for streaming. On the PlayStation and Xbox gaming systems, there is also an app for Crunchyroll. Currently, a Crunchyroll subscription costs $9.99 per month.

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