Look Again, the not too long ago launched one-shot manga from Chainsaw Man creator Tatsuki Fujimoto, will obtain a print version this September, full with new cowl artwork from Fujimoto.
Look Again tells the story of two aspiring artists who’re introduced collectively by their love of manga, however develop aside as they become old and their careers unfold in several instructions. Fujimoto’s standalone story was initially printed on-line on Shueisha’s Shonen Leap+ service in Japan, and on VIZ Media’s Manga Plus web site internationally. The story was a right away hit with each critics and followers alike, and was considered over 2.5 million occasions within the 24-hours following its launch. Writer Shuiesha instantly introduced that it was going to publish a bodily, print version of Look Again, which is at the moment scheduled to be launched in September. The Twitter account Shonen Leap Information – Unofficial has posted the primary take a look at the bodily copy’s cowl artwork.
Look Again Quantity Cowl. pic.twitter.com/v2f1oJAKI0
— Shonen Leap Information – Unofficial (@WSJ_manga) August 19, 2021
Fujimoto’s finest recognized work, Chainsaw Man, is at the moment on break following the completion of the story’s first half in December 2020. Whereas the primary a part of the story was printed in Shuiesha’s premier manga journal, Weekly Shonen Leap, the second half will make its debut on Shonen Leap+, which has confirmed itself to be simply as widespread as its long-running print counterpart. Along with hits corresponding to Look Again, Shonen Leap+ has additionally launched a number of widespread manga sequence of its personal, together with Kaiju No. 8 and Spy x Household. A launch date for Half 2 has not but been introduced.
The upcoming Chainsaw Man anime can also be nonetheless with out a launch date, although the sequence’ director not too long ago put out a name for animators to work on the undertaking, together with the announcement that animators on the present could be given larger than common wages and higher advantages than the business customary. The studio behind the Chainsaw Man anime, MAPPA, was beforehand criticized by artists working throughout the business for underpaying and overworking its artists.
Chainsaw Man is localized and distributed internationally by VIZ Media.