Viz Media and Shueisha‘s MANGA Plus service every digitally printed Chainsaw Man author Tatsuki Fujimoto‘s new 200-page one-shot manga titled “Goodbye, Eri” (“Sayonara Eri”) on Sunday (Monday Japan Time). Shueisha launched the manga in Japanese on its Shonen Jump+ app and website.

MANGA Plus describes the one-shot:

With his mother dying, Yuta makes an try to seize her ultimate days on his phone. After her lack of life, Yuta heads to the roof of the hospital to commit suicide, nonetheless a gathering with a wierd girl leads him on the path to creating a movie.

Fujimoto printed a 140-page one-shot manga titled “Look Back” on Shonen Jump+ in July 2021. Shueisha‘s MANGA Plus service and Viz Media every printed the manga in English digitally. The manga topped the Kono Manga ga Sugoi! 2022 file for male readers, and was nominated for the 14th Manga Taisho awards.

Fujimoto (Fire Punch) debuted the Chainsaw Man manga in Weekly Shonen Jump in December 2018 and ended its “first part,” the “Kōan” (Public Safety) arc, in December 2020. The manga will return with its second half titled “Gakkō-hen” (School Arc) on Shonen Jump+ this summer time season.

The manga was nominated for the thirteenth Manga Taisho awards in 2019, and ranked at #4 on the Kono Manga ga Sugoi! 2020 (This Manga Is Amazing!) guidebook’s prime manga for male readers. The manga acquired in the Best Shōnen Manga class on the 66th Shogakukan Manga Awards in January 2021. Additionally, the manga topped the Kono Manga ga Sugoi! 2021 file for male readers. The manga acquired the Best Manga award at The Harvey Awards ultimate October.

Viz Media is publishing the manga concurrently digitally, and may be publishing the manga in print. Shueisha‘s MANGA Plus service may be publishing the manga in English digitally.

The manga is getting a television anime at studio MAPPA (Jujutsu Kaisen, Dorohedoro, Attack on Titan The Final Season). Ryū Nakayama is directing the anime.

Sources: Manga Plus, Shonen Jump‘s Twitter account, Chainsaw Man‘s Twitter account