Following the collaboration with a mecha anime Neon Genesis Evangelion, as well as many other franchises, such as Star Wars and Spider-Man, CASETiFY—a custom phone case manufacturer—has just revealed the collaboration with one of the biggest manga/anime series. Chainsaw Man × CASETiFY collaboration is now coming to your Android and iPhone phone cases, as well as AirPod cases, MagSafe, Apple Watch bands, and many other items.
According to ComicBook.com, Pochita Collectible AirPods Pro and Pro 2 cases, which act both as a protection and a showpiece for your earphones, are the crown jewel of the entire collection. However, the whole collection consists of a range of cases for smartphones and smartphone accessories, but also lifestyle items like water bottles, all of which are decorated with iconic motifs and graphics from Chainsaw Man anime.
It’s worth noting that the collaboration is available in limited quantity, with the case being sculpted with smooth silicone to achieve a three-dimensional look that faithfully recreated the form of the anime’s mascot—the adorable chainsaw devil known as Pochita.
Phone cases decorated with the Special Division 4 devil hunters, starring Denji, Power, Aki, and Makima, are another notable highlight from this collaboration. Besides tacky-orange Pochita cases, there are also color schemes aimed towards those who prefer monochromatic design.
The collection will be officially released worldwide starting August 22, with waitlists open for signups and early pre-sale access to those interested.
Of course, early access will users will also gain earlier access to sales on the most limited items, which is crucial for those looking to score any of the Pochita AirPods and smartphone cases—those are most likely the first ones to go out of stock, and considering that this is a limited time offer, signing up early is recommended if you want to get your hands on any of these particular items.
Chainsaw Man is an animated series adapted from the same-name manga that follows the story of Denji, a devil hunter living with the Chainsaw Devil named Pochita. As he’s betrayed at the beginning of the series by the yakuza, Denji strikes a deal with Pochita before dying, which sees him revived as the eponymous Chainsaw Man, a man with the heart of the devil and chainsaws for body parts. Sounds rather interesting and somewhat reminiscent of Slayer Malefactors from Surreal Software’s 2004 The Suffering video game.
The first season of the Chainsaw Man anime is currently being streamed on Crunchyroll, and there’s no indication of Season 2 being in any stage of production so far. However, the creator of the IP, Tatsuki Fujimoto, continues to draw Denji’s adventures in the manga, which is still rolling and releases new chapters over on the Shonen Jump app every few weeks. In other anime-related news, One Piece revealed its greatest power yet, and we covered all there is to know about Luffy’s Gear 5 form, though you can expect that the anima will explain the form in subsequent episodes as well.