Tatsuki Fujimoto has created these two stories in response to criticism from his editors.
Recently, it has been revealed that Tatsuki Fujimoto wrote two stories to annoy the editors.
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Little by little, Tatsuki Fujimoto has established himself as one of the most popular and successful mangakas of all time, since he has made various stories that have had a great impact and reception in the public, Chainsaw Man being the most recognized and acclaimed by fans, and all thanks to the way this writer approaches events in his works, as they tend to be full of very controversial moments that denote the rather unusual touch that Tatsuki Fujimoto captures in his projects.
Despite the insight and the characteristic touch with which Tatsuki Fujimoto recounts his successful works, this has not been the only detail for which this mangaka has achieved enormous success, because his rather unusual and controversial personality has also influenced fans to feel great interest in this writer who has managed to set a trend and break away from some stereotypes of the manga / anime industry.
Tatsuki Fujimoto fans know that anything can be expected from this controversial writer, since he has been giving people talk for a long time and all because of his unpredictable personality that leads him to carry out very atypical actions and this has been recently confirmed, since what has been revealed that the mangaka wrote two stories to annoy an editorbeing this a very typical detail of this artist.
It has been revealed that Tatsuki Fujimoto wrote two stories to annoy his editors.
He Chainsaw Man creator has been surrounded by much controversy for his eccentric attitudessince the mangaka has distinguished himself by sharing with his fans any bizarre thought or anecdote regardless of what they say, as he has done in the most recent volume entitled “Tatsuki Fujimoto Before Chainsaw Man: 22-26” in which he has told why he ate his pet and the explanation has been very surreal.
But this is not the only relevant detail that has come to light in this new volume by Tatsuki Fujimoto, as it has been revealed that the mangaka wrote two stories in this volume just to annoy his editors who made some criticism against the creator of Chainsaw Man.
After the launch of the most recent volume called “Tatsuki Fujimoto Before Chainsaw Man:22-26” It has been revealed that two stories included in this volume have been created to annoy the publishers, in response to a series of criticisms they made against the mangaka.
And it is that the mangaka was harshly criticized by some editors who declared that Tatsuki Fujimoto couldn’t write a normal storyIn response to this, the creator wrote “Mermaids” and commented the following:
“The Jump SQ editorial told me something like, ‘Tatsuki Fujimoto can’t write a normal story,’ so I created this to prove them wrong.”
This story is about a boy who has lost his mother and reunites with her memories in a piano submerged in the sea that the mermaids made, because his mother was one of them. However, one of these creatures is captivated by the boy’s sweet melody and decides to meet him, giving way to a little romance that is totally far from the treatment that Fujimoto usually gives to his works, this being a more than forceful response to the criticism that previously received.
Likewise, the other story that Fujimoto wrote to annoy his editor is “Nayuta of the prophecy”, since the mangaka created this short to counter criticism from an editor who stated that he “could not create unique characters” giving way to Fujimoto creating the popular Nayuta, who was born under the prophecy that one day she will end the world, with a rather unique and striking appearance.
This character has had a brutal reception in the Chainsaw Man manga, since the Nayuta’s personality is somewhat violent and at the same time affectionate, this being a trait that has totally defined her.making it exclusive.
As we have already mentioned, Tatsuki Fujimoto’s atypical personality is no secret to anyonesince the artist has stood out for his unpredictable actions and this has been confirmed in the two short stories he made as a response to his most recent volume.
Tatsuki Fujimoto has never had a problem telling his anecdotes to fans, as it has been characterized by being as transparent as possible when it comes to sharing its hilarious stories with fans. In addition, the mangaka has used this same treatment in the work of Chainsaw Man since in one of the episodes of the series, he went to Twitter to reveal one of the best kept secrets of the work.
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