Chainsaw Man Creator Officially Announces New Manga Dropping This Month

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It's finally happening! Chainsaw Man creator Tatsuki Fujimoto is officially releasing a new manga and this time, it will focus on a "femme fatale" just like Makima!

The announcement comes from Chainsaw Man editor Shihei Lin who shared the news on Twitter. According to the editor, Tatsuki Fujimoto has finally completed his new manga and it will be released later this month. Interestingly, Lin also revealed that the manga will have 200 pages and we'll be getting the complete details in the next week.

This isn't the first time that we are hearing about Tatsuki Fujimoto's new project. Earlier in March, Fujimoto shared details about the new manga, admitting that he has always wanted to work on a story with the theme "Femme Fatale." This isn't a huge surprise for fans who already know how the mangaka loves strong and dangerous women.

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Although fans are loving the idea of a new manga, they are also hoping that Tatsuki Fujimoto would find time to work on Chainsaw Man Part 2. Although the manga's second part has already been announced, there haven't been any updates about it just yet. However, there is a good chance we'll get some news after the new manga is dropped.

We don't have any updates on Chainsaw Man Part 2 but there are speculations that we'll be getting news on the anime adaptation a lot sooner. It was previously reported that the show could be dropped in Fall 2022 and that it would consist of two cours. This could mean the anime will have over 20 episodes.

The Chainsaw Man anime has not yet been given an official release date. However, Tatsuki Fujimoto's new "Femme Fatale" manga is already scheduled for release on April 11, 2022. Stay tuned for more updates on this story.

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