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Chainsaw Man Part 2 Drops Bloody Key Visual Ahead of Manga's Return

It's almost time for Chainsaw Man Part 2 and the franchise is hyping up the manga's return with a bloody tease. The first key visual for the second part of Tatsuki Fujimoto's manga has just been revealed and it promises something exciting (and terrifying) is coming this month!

The Chainsaw Man Part 2 key visual was featured in Weekly Shonen Jump Issue #32 and it confirms that Denji will be back in his transformed hybrid form once again. In addition to that, it looks like he will be connected to a new character who gets to meet the chainsaw part of Denji too intimately. Check it out below.

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We're not sure who the character is but there are speculations that she might be Nayuta who plays an important role in the manga. On the other hand, this could be a completely new character who meets their end pretty quickly considering that it looks like she has a chainsaw in her forehead.

It was previously confirmed that Chainsaw Man Part 2 will begin serialization on the Shonen Jump+ app on July 13, 2022. The announcement was made soon after it was confirmed that Tatsuki Fujimoto is collaborating with Toda Oto on a new one-shot Listen to Futu. The new manga will be released on July 4, 2022, the same day as Fujimoto's Goodbye Eri volume.

But when is the Chainsaw Man anime release date? There were previous reports suggesting that the anime will premiere sometime in Fall 2022 and will consist of two cours. It is believed that the MAPPA-produced series will finally begin broadcast in October. Stay tuned for more updates on this story.

The Chainsaw Man anime has not yet been given an official release date. In the meantime, Chainsaw Man Part 2 will begin serialization on the Shonen Jump+ and MANGA Plus app on July 13, 2022.

Related: Chainsaw Man Part 2 To Be Published in Multiple Languages Simultaneously

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