Chainsaw Man Fans Are Going Wild Over the New Trailer

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The new Chainsaw Man anime trailer is driving fans wild after it was released online by MAPPA. As the first proper trailer in over a year, it’s no surprise to see that fans are getting hyped up for it.

MAPPA released the trailer during a recent stage event which also featured the release date announcement and voice cast reveal.

Check out the trailer here:

The MAPPA stage event was streamed live on the studio’s YouTube channel. During the initial part of the event where the trailer was shown, the stream peaked at 180,000 concurrent viewers.

The trailer was also released on the official Chainsaw Man Twitter account. And after it was posted, the tweet quickly got thousands of likes.

Now, it has gone up to over 300,000 likes which is a good indication of how excited fans are for it.

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Aside from the sheer number of reactions and views on the trailer, fans have taken to social media to share their excitement for the series.

On Twitter, Chainsaw Man trended in several countries, including Japan and the US. There have also been nearly 300,000 Tweets about the anime just hours after the trailer was released.

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Aside from Twitter, Reddit discussed how excited they were for the show and how they were not disappointed by the new trailer, even if it took a year.

Most of the reactions were positive, with fans praising the look of the characters such as Denji, Makima, Power, and Aki. Fans also praised as well as how cool the animation looked.

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Chainsaw Man is an upcoming anime series that’s based on the manga of the same name by Tatsuki Fujimoto.

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The series stars new, up-and-coming voice actors, including Kikunosuke Toya as Denji, Shogo Sakata as Aki Hayakawa, Ai Fairouz as Power, and Tomori Kusunoki as Power.

The anime is confirmed to release in October 2022 on TV Tokyo in Japan and Crunchyroll in several countries/territories internationally.

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