"Chainsaw Man" has finally dropped its third trailer, revealing major details about the series. Aside from introducing the show's cast, it also features 12 different ending theme songs.
"Chainsaw Man" will feature 12 episodes, each with an ending theme song. As this seems new in the world of anime, here's why the much-anticipated series opts for this move.
SportsKeeda noted each ending theme song is perfectly tailored to the events of every episode. So, instead of creating a piece that will capture the overall season's feel or theme, they choose to make a track that will fit each episode.
Aside from that, the series' official website has already published the list of the upcoming series' ending theme songs, hyping up the anime more and creating excitement among fans. They find some artists familiar due to their work in the anime industry.
Others are already household names for creating songs for "My Hero Academia," "Tokyo Ghoul," and "Jujutsu Kaisen." Though new names have emerged, they already have a solid fan base within the anime community.
Meanwhile, the new "Chainsaw Man" trailer has introduced several new characters that fans have never seen before. Readers already know who Denji and Makima are, knowing they are the main leads going on missions to hunt down the devils.
The clip also features some cute shots of Pochita. So, who will voice these characters?
Comicbook reported Kikunosuke Toya would be the voice behind the protagonist Denji. Tomori Kusunoki will then oversee Makima, while Shogo Sakata will play Aki.
Lastly, the series made noise when it casts Fairouz Ai as Power. By the looks of it, adding these cast members makes fans more excited to see the anime adaptation of "Chainsaw Man."
Meanwhile, 300 lucky fans were given a chance to see the series at a special premiere hosted by MAPPA itself. After that, an official trailer was released. During its program, the studio also made some special announcements about its plans for the show's first season.
Elsewhere, fans who want to catch up with the series can read the manga, which is now on its 106th chapter, on Manga Plus or the Shonen Jump app. The series follows the story of a poor young man named Denji, who is willing to do everything for money, even if it means he has to hunt down devils with his devil pet dog Pochita.
"Chainsaw Man" anime will premiere on October 11.