Tatsuki Fujimoto is slowly but certainly turning into probably the most highly effective names in manga. The creator rose to fame with sequence like Chainsaw Man, however their artistry has since outgrown the straightforward shonen demographic it was boxed in. While followers await the second a part of Chainsaw Man, Fujimoto has earned international approval for a number of one-shot sequence, and it seems one other one is within the works.

After teasing followers about an update, editor Shihei Lin confirmed Fujimoto is engaged on a brand new one-shot as of late. The artist has partnered with Toda Oto on a brand new story, and will probably be launched on July 4th. The one-shot will likely be titled Listen to Futu and appears to be unrelated to any of the facet tales Fujimoto has penned previously.

As you possibly can think about, followers are desperate to learn this new one-shot, and that’s hardly stunning given Fujimoto’s monitor file. The artist obtained their begin in manga by penning one-shots way back to 2011. Two of his most up-to-date one-shots have earned vital acclaim from readers the world over as effectively. Look Back and Goodbye, Eri are a number of the most progressive tales to ever grace Shonen Jump+. And quickly, Listen to Futu will be part of their ranks.

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Of course, followers are additionally looking forward to Fujimoto to provide them an update on Chainsaw Man. The manga closed its first half in 2020, and the artist confirmed a second half was within the works. Right now, Chainsaw Man‘s anime is probably going retaining Fujimoto on their toes as MAPPA will launch the much-anticipated show this fall. But as soon as season one runs its course, Fujimoto might need some updates to provide on its manga comeback.


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