Fans are about to see "Chainsaw Man" Part 2 after Shonen Jump finally announced the release of the manga's continuation. The manga has been on a break for two years after the first half ended in 2020 and now, Tatsuki Fujimoto returns with a brand new story about Denji and his dog best friend, Pochita.
Despite the hiatus, Fujimoto has kept himself busy by working on "Chainsaw Man" Part 2 and other one-shot stories. The hit manga series will also have an anime adaptation, which is now much anticipated.
Comicbook noted Shonen Jump made the announcement in Japan a while ago. The second part of the manga will be seen on the magazine's digital site and published in various languages so that fans in different parts of the world can read it.
Like its first half, the second part is expected to release new chapters weekly. As expected, fans celebrate the news, considering the story's continuation has been a long time coming.
Fans have been waiting for answers after the massive cliffhanger, leaving them hanging for two years. Now, by the looks of it, Fujimoto is again ready to explore the next phase of Denji's story in "Chainsaw Man" Part 2.
Screenrant added the manga's first part concluded with Chapter 97. It left fans with a lot of unsolved mysteries, teasing a brand new life for Denji.
Denji has to look after Makima's reincarnation while trying to face life as a regular high school student. Compared to the earlier parts of the manga, the first part ended on a rather positive note.
Denji has fully embraced Chainsaw Man's role as a superhero, thanks to Makima's manipulations. He has already left the darkest parts of his past behind, but something strange may happen again in the second part.
There may be more sufferings, twisted emotions and nightmare scenarios fans are about to see. The mangaka may also use this part to explore the nature of Devils and Hell, considering they have been left on the sidelines to focus on the conflict with Control Devil on Earth.
Meanwhile, aside from the manga's return, Fujimoto is also busy doing other things. He's set to release a new one-shot this month after the success of his last two side stories, becoming instant hits.
In no time, fans are about to see the release of "Chainsaw Man" Part 2 on July 13.