Updated on December 14, 11:10 a.m. (GMT+8): Added images.
Great news, Makima stans!
Renowned manga artist Tatsuki Fujimoto, creator of Chainsaw Man, has added a new title to his collection with “Goodbye Eri.” This exciting addition to Fujimoto’s repertoire arrives amidst eager anticipation from fans, who are patiently awaiting the much-anticipated Chainsaw Man anime to continue in 2024.
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Similar to Fujimoto’s previous one-shots like Look Back, the manga looks to discuss sensitive topics such as death and the mourning of loved ones.
If you’d like to know more about Goodbye Eri, here’s where you can read the manga.
You can read Tatsuki Fujimoto’s Goodbye Eri for free on VIZ Media
The full story of Goodbye Eri is currently available on the VIZ Media website.
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For those who are still new to Fujimoto, you can get a feel for the manga artist’s storytelling and unique art style with the one-shot manga.
The 200-page manga follows Yuta, a middle school student who films his everyday life with his sickly mother. The young filmmaker then compiles his footage as a documentary for a school event, but things turn awry when teachers and fellow students find his work quite disturbing.
To read the one-shot, you’ll need to sign up for a VIZ membership, priced at US$2.99/month after the first week of free access. The membership will also unlock the Shonen Jump digital vault of over 15,000 manga chapters, including other big titles such as One Piece, Jujutsu Kaisen, and Demon Slayer.
The VIZ membership offer is available in these countries:
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- United States
- United Kingdom
- New Zealand
- South Africa
- The Philippines
If you happen to like Fujimoto’s latest story, you can also check out our guide on where to read Chainsaw Man here.
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