Chainsaw Man: KisaragiAsh's Makima cosplay is gorgeous and comes to life in a video

Chainsaw Man: KisaragiAsh's Makima cosplay is gorgeous and comes to life in a video

Chainsaw Man

One of the most anticipated souls of 2022 is undoubtedly that of Chainsaw Man, the work of Tatsuki Fujimoto which has conquered millions of readers and which will soon receive an animated transposition by Studio MAPPA. Meanwhile, we admire a new cosplay of Makima, which comes to life thanks to a video by KisaragiAsh.

Makima is an expert Devil hunter with an attractive appearance and represented as an enigmatic, cold and calculating woman, able to fascinate anyone and manipulate them for their own interests. In fact, her special power is precisely that of bending the will of people, as well as the minds of human beings and devils, getting everything she wants from them by simply giving an order. Not even Denji, the protagonist of Chainsaw Man, can resist the mental deceptions of Makima, who keeps him under his control with the classic carrot and stick approach: on the one hand, he promises him a romantic relationship but at the same time threatens to eliminate him. without hesitation if she should disobey him.

You can admire the cosplay of KisaragiAsh in the Instagram video below. As we can see this representation of Makima is really of the highest level, not only for costume and wig recreated to perfection, but also thanks to the set of poses, locations, shots and musical accompaniment that enhance even more characteristic traits of the character, as well as the skill of the model.

If you are looking for other cosplay from anime and manga, we suggest that of Asuka from Evangelion made by Shirogane-sama and that of Asuna in Titania version from Sword Art Online signed Spring. Changing genres, check out xandrastax's Starlight cosplay from The Boys and Jane Foster's cosplay from Alyson Tabbitha's Thor: Love and Thunder.

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Chainsaw Man Creator Is Very Involved With Anime's Production

Chainsaw Man's anime is currently in the works for a release later this year, and it turns out that the original series creator is working very closely with the anime's team to bring the series to life! Tatsuki Fujimoto's original manga series ended its run with Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine a couple of years ago and it was announced that the franchise would be branching out with its own anime adaptation. While fans have seen very little of how the anime is shaping up so far, the team at MAPPA is working very diligently on making sure the manga's story comes to life in the right way.  

Taking the stage during Anime Expo this year to update fans on how Chainsaw Man's anime is progressing (of which was in the audience), executive director and management director at MAPPA Makoto Kimura opened up about how involved Fujimoto is with the anime's adaptation. As he explained, Fujimoto is working very closely with MAPPA in every part of the anime's production. This went as far as even the earliest stages of bringing it to life such as casting, planning, and music for the new series as well. 

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Kimura explained that Fujimoto's direct and close involvement was important because they want to capture as much of the manga's original vision as possible. This includes keeping as much gore and blood in the series as there was seen in the manga, and as they explain it, MAPPA themselves actually approached Shueisha with the request of bringing the manga to life in anime. Noting how much each of them liked the series on shelves, they got together as a group and moved forward with the pitch to Shueisha to get the project. 

In fact the writer behind the series, Hiroshi Seko, revealed that they are intended to keep as many of those major moments from the manga as possible, and thus writing for the adaptation can be tough to get everything they want to see in the final production. So it seems like Chainsaw Man's anime has been in very good hands so far, and when it does finally release there's a good chance it will meet everything fans have expected of it. 

How do you feel about Fujimoto's involvement in Chainsaw Man's anime? What are you most excited to see in its big debut? Let us know all of your thoughts about it in the comments! You can even reach out to me directly about all things animated and other cool stuff @Valdezology on Twitter!

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