2022 had an anime that was the absolute protagonist since its premiere in the fall: Chainsaw Man. The manga starring Denji, Pochita and company caused a huge furor since its premiere several years ago, but it completely exploded last year with the adaptation to the small screen by MAP.
This anime was tremendously groundbreaking because of its crazy story and very bizarre styles, but the whole atmosphere that surrounds Chainsaw Man has first and last name: Tatsuki Fujimoto. This mangaka has a lot to tell in the second part of the chainsaw man, but first he wanted to tell an event in his life from which he still has traumas. According to what he tells through some comments on his second compilation of one shots, Fujimoto he ended up eating his pet for not being able to bury her. But do not be alarmed, this animal was not a dog or a cat, but a Japanese rice fish that accompanied the mangaka and his girlfriend during their youth.
“Even though we were very poor, we had a Japanese rice fish as a pet. I went to throw the body in the trash, like in ‘Parasyte,’ but my girlfriend told me she wanted to bury it.”
According to the mangaka in this article rescued from Reddit, his girlfriend wanted to give his pet a decent burial instead of just throwing it away. However, the land in which Fujimoto tried to bury his fish it was so dry that he couldn’t bury it, so he decided to eat it before the ants did it for him.
“I stood looking at him for a while, but the ants found his body and started trying to carry it away. I’m not sure what came over me, but at that moment the love for that pet fish welled up inside me for the first time. I pushed the ants away and I ate it”.
If there is someone who is capable of making this story come true, it is Fujimoto. with all the follies that you have in your history it is not surprising that this happened, since, among other things, he is an open masochist and his time in art school was anything but normal.
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