Tatsuki Fujimoto’s ‘Look Back’ Rumoured To Get An Anime Adaptation


In a thrilling development for all Tatsuki Fujimoto fans, it is being speculated online that his latest one-shot manga ‘Look Back‘ may be in the process of getting its own anime adaptation.

The speculation arose following the discovery of a new website registration originating from Japan. The web domain title, lookback-anime, has set the internet ablaze with excitement. Although the website itself is not yet live, the mere existence of this dedicated domain strongly hints at an impending anime project based on Tatsuki Fujimoto’s Look Back.

As the anime community awaits official confirmation and additional details, fans are already buzzing with excitement on social media platforms.

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Look Back is a Japanese one-shot web manga written and illustrated by Tatsuki Fujimoto. It was published on Shueisha’s Shonen Jump+ in July 2021.

Look Back Tatsuki Fujimoto

MAL describes the plot of Look Back as:

Fourth-grader Ayumu Fujino regularly draws four-panel manga for her school newspaper and is lauded as having the best artwork in her class. One day, she is asked by her teacher to turn over one of her manga slots in the school newspaper to a truant student named Kyomoto. When Kyomoto’s manga pops up alongside Fujino’s, it receives high praises for its detailed artwork, making Fujino furiously jealous.

Refusing to be beaten by someone who barely attends school, Fujino devotes herself to learning to create manga. As time goes on though, her goal of outshining Kyomoto seems to only get further and further away, and Fujino, now in sixth grade, eventually gives up and quits making manga.

Graduation day arrives, and Fujino is asked to deliver Kyomoto’s graduation certificate to her. Through chance, the two end up coming face to face, and their unexpected meeting will end up having consequences far beyond what either of them could ever predict.

Fujimoto published his first serialized manga, Fire Punch, in Shueisha’s Shonen Jump+ online magazine. It began serialization on April 18, 2016 and was collected into eight tankobon volumes.

The author’s second major work Chainsaw Man, began serialization in Shueisha’s Weekly Shōnen Jump from Dec 3, 2018.

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