Although rising from the same production house Mappa, both Jujutsu Kaisen and Chainsaw Man have received a lot of love from anime fans, however one seems to be getting more love than the other. Chainsaw Man bagged a total of fifteen million views from the time it dropped its first trailer whereas Jujutsu Kaisen‘s trailer held much lesser numbers.
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Chainsaw Man has been one of the most awaited anime for a lot of fans; so much so that it was one of the top five anticipated anime for about a year. Now that the audience can finally sit back and enjoy it soon enough, their excitement only grows further.
Chainsaw Man Raising The Bar For Other Upcoming Anime
Written by Tatsuki Fujimoto, Chainsaw Man has sure surpassed the viewers expectations that which were set by Jujutsu Kaisen. Fans who had already been following the manga held high expectations for the anime itself and they certainly were met. The story revolves around a boy who used to live with a dog who had a chainsaw coming out of its head. This chainsaw was then inherited by the boy he was living with after its untimely death.
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Most anime fans prefer more content in lesser duration, Chainsaw Man; being only eleven volumes long, it brings fans who love both a shorter anime with more story and bloodshed along with it. The story is also set to be faster paced in a minimal episode length. Being a shounen anime, fans of anime such as Demon Slayer, Attack On Titan, Black Clover, and Bleach are brought together on a platform of gore, dark storylines and epic fight scenes.
The Setting Of Chainsaw Man After Jujutsu Kaisen
Jujutsu Kaisen was written and illustrated by Gege Akutami and the anime came out in 2020 with a successful performance with only its first season. Being only the first season of an already ongoing manga, it surely has taken the fans by surprise because of its story progress and eye catching animation along with the character growths. The unique humor brings the fans to a laugh while questioning their own broken humor however not hesitating to balance the anime on its own with dark approach and light hearted characters.
Jujutsu Kaisen is about a series about a number of cursed individuals trying to proceed with their villainous plans while the protagonist deals with the king of poison himself, who’s fingers he must consume to kill him indefinitely.
god the chainsaw man anime is gonna wreck me I don't need any more anime characters to simp for
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The anime has a long ongoing story that will keep the fans awaited for a long time although Chainsaw Man’s short duration can allow the fans to take in the entire story in one sitting. After Mappa’s approach towards Jujutsu Kaisen the anime fans have raised their own level of expectations, allowing their eagerness to increase.
Chainsaw Man’s Trailer Gives The Fans What They Want
The bloodthirsty Chainsaw head makes his anime debut on October 11th 2022, with an acclaimed list of voice actors and an animation studio known for its famed anime collection. The story may be very special to many of its fans and is an easy favorite of others, so to say that it isn’t being Tweeted about or made Tumblr posts about with enthusiasm and the wait of years and years of build up would be an understatement.
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— izzy (@izzcyl) September 19, 2022
Chainsaw Man’s trailer blasted the internet with so much craze that it got the fans spiraling across with joy. The manga dedicated fans as well as the anime enthusiasts hold hands with each other as the series that started in 2018 and concluded in 2022 is finally getting its own anime.