Chainsaw Man makes its debut at New York Comic Con on October 7 at 12:45 p.m. EDT. Crunchyroll announced on Wednesday that it will screen the premiere in the U.S. rather than Japan, while also debuting the anime in English and not in Japanese. The event is to take place on October 6-9 at Jacob K. Javits Convention Center.
Most fans must find it surprising and unusual for the fact that an anime gets premiered in the U.S. first instead of Japan. The anime premieres on TV Tokyo and five other affiliated channels, as well as on Amazon Prime Video on October 11. Fans don’t need to sweat because the anime will get dubbed in multiple languages.
With “Chainsaw Man” being one of the most anticipated anime of this year because of its story and intense drive, it has been one of the most buzzed manga in recent years. Crunchyroll will be streaming the anime in over 200 countries! and across many territories around the world.
MAPPA, the studio behind the raved anime Jujutsu Kaisen, will be live-streaming Chainsaw Man’s world premiere at TOHO Cinemas Roppongi Hills in Tokyo on September 19.
Director of Black Clover & Jujutsu Kaisen Ryu Nakayama is helming the anime at MAPPA, with the writer of the scripts being Hiroshi Seko, who also wrote the final season of Attack on Titan and Ajin. And lastly, Kazutaka Sugiyama (Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation) will design the characters.
In recent years MAPPA, the anime studio, blew the world away with its own unique visual language and artistic style, when it produced Jujutsu Kaisen. The anime produced some of the greatest and breathtaking visuals of all time and left fans’ jaws dropped on the floor.
Easy to say that Chainsaw Man is in safe hands. A sure shot and no-brainer that Chainsaw Man lives up to the expectations and goes beyond that. Yes people, the hype is real.