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This October is set to be fun with the announcement that the anime adaption of Chainsaw Man will begin its broadcast on October 11, with a special live stream event set for September 19th. The news was revealed via the official Chainsaw Man Twitter account, with fans excited about the reveal that they don’t have much longer to wait!
Chainsaw Man is written and illustrated by Tatsuki Fujimoto. In a world where devils roam, a troubled young man is revived by one after dying. With new powers, the cost of his revival was singular: Have a normal life. Too bad countless enemies are standing in the way of his new goal. The series has gained praise for its action, humor, and horror themes. The anime adaption is being directed by Ryū Nakayama & Makoto Nakazono, written by Hiroshi Seko, with music by Kensuke Ushio, and animation by MAPPA.
Crunchyroll will be streaming the series worldwide (excluding Asia) and will be dubbing the series in English, Latin American Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, French, and German.
Chainsaw Man will begin broadcast on October 11th. Studio MAPPA will host a live stream event in Japan on September 19th. The event will include the series director alongside its cast. You can watch the live stream here.
Not much longer till Chainsaw Man tears apart his enemies! You can read the manga now by heading to Viz.com or checking your local comic/book store.
(Source: @Chainsawman_PR Twitter account)
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