The time is near, and the hype is real! Chainsaw Man unveiled a new trailer today revealing the cast and the announcement of a 12-episode count season! The trailer features the newly announced voice actor of Kishibe, Tsuda Kenjiro. He is best known for his role as Nanami in Jujutsu Kaisen and Overhaul in My Hero Academia.
Watch the new Trailer of Chainsaw Man Below:
Chainsaw Man Ending Theme Song Lineup
As if that isn’t enough surprises for a day, the Chainsaw Man anime is also set to have 12 different ending theme songs (EPs) for each of the episodes. The anime will feature 12 different artists who will sing and perform these 12 different ending songs.
The following artists are set to perform the 12 EPs for the anime:
- “Katagiri 2-Oku Centimeter” by MAXIMUM THE HORMONE
- “All Kinds of Kisses” by ANO
- “Fight Song” by Eve
- “Deep Down” by Aimer
- “Rendezvous” by Kanaria
- “In the Back Room” by Syudou
- “Violence” by QUEEN BEE
- “Time Left” by ZUTOMAYO
- “First Death” by TK Ling Tosite Sigure
- “Tablet” by TOOBOE
- “Chainsaw Blood” by Vaundy
- “DOGLAND” by People
This star-studded ending theme song lineup will definitely ring some bells for many anime fans as a lot of the artists in the lineup have already produced and performed many different anime openings and endings that are memorable for many fans worldwide.
Aimer, who will be singing Deep Down for Chainsaw Man was the one who sang and performed the opening song for Demon Slayer 2. Eve is best known for their iconic Jujutsu Kaisen opening song, “Kai Kai Kitan.” Toru Kitajima, or TK from Ling Tosite Sigure is the popular artist who sang the best anime opening to this day: Tokyo Ghoul’s OP, “Unravel.”
Many Chainsaw Man fans were definitely pleased with the new announcement, especially with the hype going around the manga and the series. Everyone is looking forward to MAPPA stepping up their game and putting their best foot forward (as they always have).
Chainsaw Man will premiere on Crunchyroll on October 11 and will have a simultaneous screening in Japan.
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