Chainsaw Man Anime Reveals New Aki Trailer As Part Of Final Episode’s Countdown

Chainsaw Man Anime Reveals New Aki Trailer As Part Of Final Episode’s Countdown

December 20, 2022

The official YouTube channel of MAPPA Studio revealed a new trailer focusing on Aki on Dec 20, 2022, as Chainsaw Man anime approaches the end of its first season.

The trailer, which is close to one minute, compiles scenes involving the character from the previous episodes of the anime.

The 12th episode of the anime will air on Dec 27, 2022.

It’s not just Aki who will be getting a special trailer, as the staff revealed that a new trailer will be launched everyday till episode 12 of Chainsaw Man anime airs.

The anime started airing in Japan on Oct 11, 2022.

Cast of the anime includes:

  • Kikunosuke Toya as Denji
  • Fairouz Ali as Power
  • Tomori Kusonoki as Makima
  • Shogo Sakata as Aki Hayakawa
  • Shiori Izawa as Pochita
  • Mariya Ise as Himeno
  • Karin Takahashi as Kobeni Higashiyama
  • Taku Yashiro as Hirokazu Arai
  • Kenjiro Tsuda as Kishibe
  • Maaya Uchida as Angel Devil
  • Natsuki Hanae as Shark Fiend
  • Yuya Uchida as Violence Fiend
  • Saori Goto as Spider Devil
  • Daiki Hamano as Katana Man
  • Yo Taichi as Akane Sawatari

Ryu Nakayama is directing Chainsaw Man anime at MAPPA studio. Hiroshi Seko is writing the scripts, and Kazutaka Sugiyama is designing the characters.

Other staff members include:

  • Kensuke Ushio: Music
  • Makoto Nakazono: Chief Technical Director
  • Tatsuya Yoshihara: Action Director
  • Kiyotaka Oshiyama: Devil Design
  • Yūsuke Takeda: Art Director
  • Naomi Nakano: Key Color Artist
  • Yohei Miyahara: Screen Design

Chainsaw Man anime has 12 episodes with a different ending theme song for each episode.

The opening theme song of the anime KICK BACK, is performed by Kenshi Yonezu and is composed by King Gnu and Daiki Tsuneta (from Millenium Parade).

Crunchyroll is streaming the Chainsaw Man anime in over 200 countries and territories across the globe, except Asia, while Media Link, which run Ani-One YouTube channel, brought the rights to stream the anime in Asia, including China.

Source: YouTube

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