Despite the graduation, Chainsaw Man is preparing for a second part on Shonen Jump +. We will find Denji again, who is struggling with a completely different life than before.
However, Japanese readers following the story of Tankobon have only now been able to get their hands on the end of the first part of Chainsaw man. In Japan, in the series that ended on Weekly Shonen Jump in December 2020, the eleventh volume in history was not released until March 4.
At the same time, Shueisha announced that Chainsaw Man's sales are continuing to grow. By collecting both paper and volume digital data, ie The first 11 volumes of Chainsaw Man have a circulation of 9.3 million volumesor about 840,000 copies per tape. Really high numbers for a manga that hasn't yet been released an anime, even though Studio MAPPA's adaptation is due out on Japanese networks later this year. With the second part on the way, those numbers are sure to increase.
Chainsaw Man is a series written and drawn by Tatsuki Fujimoto for Weekly Shonen Jump with a continued release from December 2018 to December 2020 for a total of 97 chapters. Work on Shonen Jump + will resume in the course of 2021.