Fans are now gearing up for Denji's return on the paper and the small screen. Aside from the upcoming anime adaptation of the series, "Chainsaw Man" Part Two is about to come.

Tatsuki Fujimoto is reportedly working on "Chainsaw Man" Part Two's release. In fact, fans have been waiting for the manga's return since the first part ended in December 2020.

Comicbook revealed the news came from a post on Twitter by Jump Plus editor Shihei Lin. The social media post was aimed to give an update about the much the mangaka's recent one-shot.

Thankfully, it also spilled some details about the manga's return. Lin revealed the creator is currently working on the second part of Denji's story.

Though he has yet to give a release window for his work, Lin revealed that Fujimoto is working hard to finish the series. So, it looks like fans and readers alike still have to wait a little more.

So far, this is the first official update fans have received about "Chainsaw Man" Part 2 since the series wrapped up almost two years ago. At the time, Fujimoto confirmed there would be a second part coming, though it was the last thing said about the comeback.

Now, it looks like he is busy working on the series, making fans more excited and looking forward to its release. The upcoming release is said to help elevate the manga, which now has more than 12 million copies in circulation all over the world.

With its anime adaptation set to be released this year, the series has a long way to go. Not only that, though, but it is also nominated for this year's Will Eisner Comic Industry, per Anime News Network.

Comic-Con International announced the nominees and "Chainsaw Man" was nominated for the Best U.S. Edition of International Material - Asia category. Aside from this, Naoya Matsumoto's "Kaiju No. 8," Junji Ito's "Lovesickness: Junji Ito Story Collection," Toranosuke Shimada's "Robo Sapiens: Tales of Tomorrow (Omnibus)," Tatsuya Endo's "SPYxFAMILY" and Haro Aso and Kotaro Takota's "Zom 100: Bucket List of the Dead" were also nominated.

In addition, Junji Ito, who is also behind "Deserter: Junji Ito Story Collection," is nominated for the Best Writer/Artist category. Eike Exner's "Comics and the Origins of Manga: A Revisionist History gets a nod for Best Academic/Scholarly Work, while Hiroshi Noda and Takahiro Wakamatsu's "Love After World Domination (Volumes 1-3) gets a nomination for Best Digital Comic.

Lastly, Hachi Ishie's "Disney Cruella" is also nominated for Best Adaptation from Another medium, while "Zom 11: Bucket List of the Dead" receives the Best Humor Publication nomination.

It looks like fans have a lot to wait for from the franchise aside from "Chainsaw Man" Part 2.