Fans of Chainsaw Man can read free manga ahead of the anime’s debut date.
CHAINSAW MAN is one of the year’s most eagerly anticipated animes. In the lead up to the big day, creator Tatsuki Fujimoto has released a new one-shot manga, which fans can read for free right now.
The trailer for MAPPA’s highly anticipated new series Chainsaw Man debuted last month, and the series is set to premiere later this year. The debut trailer for Chainsaw Man, as predicted, featured the stunning visuals that MAPPA is known for, as well as a preview of the horrific, macabre fantasy that made the manga such a phenomenon. If you’ve already finished Part 1 of the manga and are seeking for anything else Chainsaw Man-related to read, there’s a new free manga available right now.
Look Back is a new one-shot manga by Tatsuki Fujimoto, the author of Chainsaw Man, which premiered in the most recent issue of Shonen Jump.
The 140-page manga is currently available for free on the Viz website; if you’d want to read it, go here.
The official Shonen Jump Twitter promoted Look Back, saying, “Look Back, Special One-Shot: A gigantic 140+ page one-shot from Tatsuki Fujimoto, the creator of Chainsaw Man!”
“When two students decide to pursue their dreams of becoming manga artists, the routes they take will permanently impact their lives. It’s available for free from the official source!”
Look Back, Special One-Shot: A massive 140+ page one-shot from Chainsaw Man creator Tatsuki Fujimoto! When two students decide to pursue their dreams of becoming manga artists, the routes they take will permanently impact their lives. It’s available for free from the official source! https://t.co/ZQIxXK2KFZ pic.twitter.com/XFJu6aXQpJ
If you’re considering reading Look Back, don’t anticipate more of the same from the creator of Chainsaw Man.
This new one-shot animation is a heartwarming and emotional story about two young women who aspire to be manga artists.
But there’s more to the story than meets the eye, as we’ll see below. If you wish to avoid spoilers, stop reading now.
Look Back is a homage to those who killed in the 2019 attack on Kyoto Animation, according to Comicbook.com.
The horrific real-life attack on KyoAni, in which 36 people were killed and 34 others were injured, is mirrored in the Look Back narrative.
“Brinkwire Summary News” identifies the assailant in the attack.