As we all know, in late 2022, the first season of the anime will debut chainsaw man. Given the success of Tatsuki Fujimoto's manga of the same name, one can certainly expect that the guys from Studio MAPPA have managed to create a series of the highest standard, seasoned with first-class animation.

During the Anime EXPO 2022 which is taking place these days, MAP study clarified some points about the production of Chainsaw Man in an interview. As it turns out, the MAPPA guys had been interested in Fujimoto's work since its debut and immediately asked for the rights to adapt it to the publisher shueisha.

Unlike other projects, only Studio MAPPA took care of Chainsaw Man without requiring the support of outside production committees. The animators worked closely with the writer during production Tatsuki Fujimototo create a work that is as true to the original as possible. Even the choice of voice actors was coordinated with the mangaka to do justice to each individual character.

The anime aims to adapt Chainsaw Man in a hardcore way, showcasing the manga's many raw scenes in a "dynamic and theatrical". In addition, Studio MAPPA stated that absolutely nothing will be censored and that the next information will be announced shortly when all the work of the staff will be done nearly perfect.

Needless to say, attention then shifted to the fans in attendance, who, when asked to cheer for their favorite character, decided to bark for them Makimamuch appreciated waifu by Chainsaw Man. Finally, the guys from Studio MAPPA said thank you Kensuke UshioComposer of the anime's soundtrack.

Are you ready for the debut ofChainsaw Man Anime? What are your expectations in this regard?

We leave you to the cosplay of Makima and Denji from Chainsaw Man and the leak that reveals the release date of the Chainsaw Man anime.

💬 Studio MAPPA has been interested in adapting the Chainsaw Man manga into anime since its debut and asked...

Published by The Soul of Animation on Monday July 4th, 2022

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