Chainsaw Man creator Tatsuki Fujimoto‘s 200 pages long one-shot manga Goodbye, Eri launched in Japan on midnight of April 11, 2022. Viz Media and Shueisha’s MANGA Plus service both digitally published the manga.
It is also available in English via the official Shonen Jump + app and website.
Previously, Lin unveiled a visual featuring the titular character and the title of the one-shot on Saturday evening.
MANGA Plus describes the one-shot as:
With his mother dying, Yuta attempts to capture her last days on his phone. After her death, Yuta heads to the roof of the hospital to commit suicide, but a meeting with a strange girl leads him on the path to making a movie.
In July 2021, Fujimoto released a 140-page one-shot manga titled “Look Back” on Shonen Jump+. The manga was digitally published by Shueisha’s MANGA Plus service and Viz Media. The comic was nominated for the 14th Manga Taisho awards and topped the Kono Manga ga Sugoi! 2022 list for male readers.
Fujimoto published his first serialized manga, Fire Punch, in Shueisha’s Shōnen 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. The manga won the Kono Manga Sugoi award and the Harvey award. The part two of the series will be releasing this summer.
Source: Manga Plus, Shonen Jump’s Twitter account, Chainsaw Man’s Twitter account
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