Chainsaw Man brutal, grim, and bloody, yet also gorgeous, captivating, and plain enthralling. Its new anime adaptation received a lot of attention before its debut since Tatsuki Fujimoto’s original manga, which has more than 16 million copies sold worldwide, is one of the best series you can spend your time reading.
Chainsawman is very different from somewhat most manga stories. It has more darker elements but it’s main element would be how it differentiates itself from common tropes. “Within Japanese entertainment, I believe Chainsaw Man really hits the subculture, specifically the topics and the themes that are in the story.” Simply put, it’s crazier than ever. A lot of readers are currently looking for that kind of theme. Maybe now is the period when people are more drawn to that kind of subject. I believe that’s why it matched the release of the story and why it’s currently quite popular.But I believe that many people would like to see something different or to learn more about various issues and perspectives. They currently require that kind of contrast. That is most likely the reason this story is receiving so much more attention. The title is intriguing on its own.
Many are appreciating the adaptation team’s unique choice of using 12 distinct songs from the series’ official website as their closing themes.
Kenshi Yonezu’s “KICK BACK” is scheduled to serve as the opening theme. Yonezu may be well-known to anime viewers for his contributions to the hit shows Sangatsu no Lion and My Hero Academia. Yonezu wrote the first opening of the second season for the former, and the third ending theme of the series for the latter. Although the first cour’s opening tune is unique, it appears that the ending songs will change depending on how many episodes have been announced.
The art of Fujimoto Tatsuki has long been a topic of discussion in the manga community. He decides against fully enhancing the drawing, which gives it a gloomy and gritty appearance. It has a slight air of realism because it feels out of place, much like the majority of his characters do.
The characters don’t only appear to be people in a fictional world; they appear to be going through real human emotion. The mangaka succeeds in leaving a lasting impression on the reader’s mind by using gore and unsettling visuals.
Standout Side Characters: Every character in the CSM universe feels authentic. They are not just pawns for the growth of the main character; they each have their own goals and motivations for continuing. The supporting characters in Chainsaw Man may be the most varied; none of them feel unnecessary, and each one adds something special to the narrative. Not to mention, it features one of the greatest villains ever.