Chainsaw Man may need buckets of blood and gore which are current within the sequence that follows the lifetime of the satan hunter Denji, however the sequence created by Tatsukii Fujimoto is not shy about venturing into different genres when exploring this universe of devils. With one in every of Denji’s key targets within the first season of the anime adaptation being to get a girlfriend, the second chapter of the manga has introduced him wildly near attaining this objective, with new artwork hilariously depicting the bloody Shonen as a romantic comedy.
For those who’re following together with solely the anime, the manga has seen Denji positioned right into a slightly distinctive scenario that’s far totally different from his early days as a satan hunter. With out going too deeply into spoiler territory, Denji is not the hero who’s main the sequence, however as an alternative, the present Warfare Satan, Asa MItaka, has taken the reins. Whereas Asa’s story has a lot of similarities to that of the Chainsaw Satan, with the younger high-schooler hanging a cut price with the satan of warfare, she is unquestionably a a lot totally different character than the boy who would strike a cut price with the Chainsaw Satan in an effort to realize a life that many people take with no consideration.
Chainsaw Courting Man
Twitter Artist Am88121 took the chance to re-imagine Chainsaw Man as a romantic comedy, with the newest chapter of the manga seeing Denji and Asa happening their first date in an aquarium, which has taken a darkish flip for the Chainsaw Satan because of the arrival of the Third Horseman of the Apocalypse:
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Chainsaw Man, not like many different anime sequence, is just planning to have a dozen episodes in its first season, which is sensible if you consider not solely the extent of high quality that’s on show, but additionally maintaining in thoughts the sheer output that Studio MAPPA is performing throughout quite a few anime sequence. Whereas a second season hasn’t been confirmed, MAPPA has been adamant that they’re hoping to adapt all of Tatsuki Fujimoto’s manga works in some unspecified time in the future.
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