I guess Devil Hunter's the best for making money," proclaims chronically broke Denji, a Devil Hunter-for-hire. With his trusty chainsaw and chainsaw...dog, Denji vies to make it to his next meal; however, nothing is ever as it seems, and things never go as planned.
Madness begins with the story of a dark hero who will rock the world. A new era of death.
Now that the eighth collected volume of Tatsuki Fujimoto's Chainsaw Man manga is officially on shelves in Japan, the time has come to mark a major milestone. The hit Shonen Jump has now surpassed three million copies in circulation, so Fujimoto celebrated with a special message accompanied by an adorable illustration of Pochita reading the manga.
Fujimoto thanked everyone for reading Chainsaw Man and helping it hit the three million mark. He describes Chainsaw Man as a "wicked FLCL" and "pop Abara" (the Tsutomu Nihei manga), which sounds about right!
This year's 48th issue of Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine teased on Monday that Tatsuki Fujimoto's Chainsaw Man manga will enter its "final stage" starting with the magazine's next issue on November 9.
The manga debuted in Weekly Shonen Jump in December 2018, and Shueisha will publish the ninth volume on November 4. The manga was nominated for the 13th Manga Taisho awards last year, and ranked at #4 on the Kono Manga ga Sugoi! 2020 (This Manga Is Amazing!) guidebook's top manga for male readers.
Follow up post. It's Jump Festa, not an anime TV series.
This year's 50th issue of Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine revealed on Monday that Tatsuki Fujimoto's Chainsaw Man manga will have a stage presentation at this year's Jump Festa '21 event. The stage presentation will be part of the Jump Studio series of stage presentations that will be held at the event.
Additionally, the Onamae.com registry with an IP listed in Tokyo registered the "chainsawman.dog" URL on November 9.
Other franchises that will have stage presentations in Jump Studio include: One Piece (for its "Knowledge King" quiz show series), Bleach and Burn the Witch, Haikyu!!, The Promised Neverland, Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, and Gintama — all of which already have anime adaptations. The magazine stated the Jump Studio stage presentations will also highlight works that run in Jump SQ. and Shonen Jump+.
This year's Jump Festa event will be held online on December 19-20 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. JST (7:00 p.m. to 3:00 a.m. EST) each day. The event will also feature the "Jump Super Stage" presentations, which in past years were the largest stage presentations at the event. Those events will feature presentations for One Piece, My Hero Academia, Black Clover, Dr. Stone, Jujutsu Kaisen, World Trigger, and New Prince of Tennis.
Additionally, the online event will feature an online goods store and a "Jump Genga Museum" art gallery.
Shueisha usually hosts the event in Tokyo each year, and the event features booths, game demos, and stage presentations for popular Shueisha franchises. The event usually reveals news about manga, anime, stage plays, and video games.
This year's first 2021 issue of Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine revealed on Monday that Tatsuki Fujimoto's Chainsaw Man manga will end in the magazine's second issue on December 14. The second issue will also feature an "important announcement" for the manga.The manga had entered its "final stage" in November, and will have a stage presentation at the Jump Festa '21 event on December 19-20. the The Onamae.com registry with an IP listed in Tokyo registered the "chainsawman.dog" URL on November 9.The manga debuted in Weekly Shonen Jump in December 2018, and Shueisha published the ninth volume on November 4. The manga was nominated for the 13th Manga Taisho awards last year, and ranked at #4 on the Kono Manga ga Sugoi! 2020 (This Manga Is Amazing!) guidebook's top manga for male readers. The manga is nominated for the 66th Shogakukan Manga Awards, which will be held on January 19.
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