Chainsaw Man Part 2 Release Date Finally Announced for Hit Manga Series

On social media, the release date for Chainsaw Man Part 2 has been confirmed after an 18-month break. Last year, manga fans around the world lost one of their favorite series. This is Tatsuki Fujimoto’s famous Chainsaw Man.

Since it was first released in December 2021, the CSM series has sold more than 12 million copies around the world, making it one of the best-selling manga series of all time. However, the publishing date for the second part of the Chainsaw Man manga series has just been verified on social media, which is a good thing.

Chainsaw Man Part 2 Is Going to Take the School Route

It was announced on December 14th, 2020 after the release of chapter 97 that the Chainsaw Man manga would be taking a long sabbatical, but with the promise that one day, it would return for a second part.

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Chapter 97’s “second part” would be disclosed in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine’s second issue, which was published the following month.

The manga will now focus on Denji attending school and balancing his new life with his responsibilities as the Chainsaw Man, according to a Stage Presentation at the 2021 Jump Festa event in Japan.

A teaser image for part 2 of Chainsaw Man was subsequently posted on the series’ Twitter page, showing Denji carrying the Control Demon that was created during the fight with Makima.

Chainsaw Man Part 2
Chainsaw Man Part 2

Chainsaw Man: Part 2 Release Date Is Finally Set

The Unofficial Weekly Shonen Jump Twitter page announced on December 3rd, 2021, that both the manga and anime adaptations would be released in 2022.

Part 2 of the Chainsaw Man manga series will be released in Summer 2022, although a particular publication date was not mentioned at the 2022 Jump Festa, leading to a great deal of dissatisfaction among the global community.

Chainsaw Man Part 2 will be released on July 13, 2022, according to the release date announced on June 20th. Serialization will start in Jump Plus on July 13th after manga series editor Shihei Lin confirmed this news via social media

Ahead of the manga’s highly anticipated comeback next month, this article will be updated as additional information about Chainsaw Man part 2 is released online.

Chainsaw Man Anime Prepares to Break the Internet

The first trailer for the Chainsaw Man anime series was shown during the MAPPA 10th Anniversary event in June 2021, along with the news that the manga would resume in Summer. The show will launch in 2022, but the exact date has yet to be announced. However, viewers can expect it to air in October as part of the fall broadcast schedule.

According to user ‘rcco r0nd0, half of the output will be CG animation,, and roughly half will be classic 2D art. ‘Leaks’ are already causing alarm within the community. However, while some anime fans may be apprehensive about the usage of computer-generated imagery, “rcco r0nd0” stated that it was “being used very intelligently.”

To see just how popular CSM really is, check out the Manga Sales Rankings for 2021. As expected, Oricon released the best-selling manga series and volumes of 2021 in December, a year after the series ended its hiatus. Seventh place overall, fifth place for the first and second quarters, with more than 5.2 million copies sold globally.

The top 15 best-selling volumes in 2021 did not include a single Chainsaw Man book; instead, Jujutsu Kaisen, One Piece, and Demon Slayer took the top three spots. That being said, Chainsaw Man Part 2 is expected to be released in July 2022 according to the previously announced schedule, which means that fans can expect the manga’s return and anime adaptation to feature on next year’s best-selling manga lists.

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