There are 13 volumes in this series.

Is there a 12th volume of Chainsaw Man?

With Vol.12 of Chainsaw Man it’s no different, every page is stunning you feel like the characters are moving on a still page and the story is forever great.

Is volume 11 the end of Chainsaw Man?

The Chainsaw Man manga is still ongoing. Chainsaw Man is divided into two parts. Part 1 of Chainsaw Man concluded in December 2020 after 97 chapters and 11 volumes. Part 2 is currently ongoing and is expected to last around the same length as Part 1 (about 2 years).

Is Chainsaw Man 12 or 24?

Chainsaw Man anime will premiere on Crunchyroll next month, and we finally have an official episode count for the first season. The much-awaited Chainsaw Man anime is only a few days away from its worldwide release, so MAPPA recently hosted an online event to reveal more details about the TV series. In a brief live stream, the creators talked about the amazing voice cast of Chainsaw Man while also releasing a brand-new trailer.

The first trailer of Chainsaw Man was indeed amazing, but the second one gives us a better look at all the characters. In the trailer, we can see Denji flexing his violent and terrifying Chainsaw Man form against some powerful Devils. Besides him, we can also see characters like Makima, Power, Captain Kishibe, and Aki Hayakawa in the new trailer.

However, the major highlight of the trailer is definitely the “Kick Back” opening song from Kenshi Yonezu. Previously, several rumors stated that the first season of Chainsaw Man would have 24 episodes ; however, MAPPA recently confirmed that they’re going with 12 episodes instead.

  1. The anime will premiere on October 11th, 2022, and will follow a weekly release schedule on Crunchyroll, so you’ll get Chainsaw Man content for around three months (If there are no unscheduled breaks).
  2. Interestingly, the creators also confirmed that each episode of Chainsaw Man would have a different ending song.

Several talented artists are coming together to give us a unique experience in the first season; here’s the complete list:

“Katagiri 2-oku centimeter” – Maximum the Harmone “ALL KINDS OF KISSES” – Ano “Fight Song” – Eve “Deep Down” – Aimer “Rendezvous” – Kanaria “In the Back Room” – Syudou “Violence” – Queen Bee “Time Left” – Zutomayo “First death” – TK from Ling tosite sigure “Tablet” – Tooboe “CHAINSAW BLOOD” – Vaundy “DOGLAND” by People 1

The first part of the Chainsaw Man manga series has a total of 97 chapters, but it’s hard to say if MAPPA will adapt Part 1 to its entirety in just 12 episodes. There are chances that the anime will return with a second season (or a second cour) to complete the first part’s story.

Will Chainsaw Man have a volume 13?

This title will be released on December 5, 2023. Pre-order now.

How long is 1 volume of Chainsaw Man?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781974709939
Series: Chainsaw Man Series
Pages: 192
Sales rank: 1,696
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 7.50(h) x 0.70(d)

Where can you read Chainsaw Man Volume 12?

Amazon.com : Chainsaw Man, Vol.12 eBook : Fujimoto, Tatsuki: Kindle Store.

Is Makima bad?

Trivia –

When I was at Junior High School, I started making fantasy stories in my head, and there are several serialized works, but only one of them, Breath of the Stars, is Chainsaw Man, In it, Makima is a character that symbolizes “domination”. That’s why Makima was the first character in Chainsaw Man that I had a solid image of both inside and outside. I like Benten character in The Eccentric Family (Based on the novel by Tomohiko Morimi), because she is an unfathomable being who is higher than humans, but she has her own sadness, but we, the lowly ones, can’t be there for her sadness. I like it. It would be nice if I could show that in Makima too. By the way, isn’t a Chainsaw originally a tool to cut wood? If you cut the “ki” out of “Makima”, you get “Mama”. Denji has always pursuing maternal things.
~ The mangaka of Chainsaw Man, Tatsuki Fujimoto, about Makima in the artbook interview of Chainsaw Man,

ul>Ironically, before her true color was revealed, Makima was originally marketed and advertised as the main heroine of Chainsaw Man, possibly in order to avoid spoilers. Due to her actions in Chapter 81-82, Makima cemented herself as one of the evilest villains ever graced in Shonen Jump history to the point that even most of the people comparing her to the likes of Sōsuke Aizen from Bleach or Griffith from Berserk, Her actions are so awful and nerve-wrecking to the point that the author of Kuzu no Honkai / Scum’s Wish, Mengo Yokoyari, who is a fan of Chainsaw Man, being shocked by her heinous deeds so much she took a break temporarily from social media following Power’s demise. Makima is the first character to successfully kill two of the other three main characters, in this case, she is the one responsible for the death of Aki in Chapter 79 due to the indirect murder from Denji and Power in Chapter 81.

Big Brother, one of the possible allusions for Makima.

During Chapter 61, as Kishibe and Quanxi were having a nice chat together, Kishibe then tells Quanxi that “Makima is Listening”. This alludes to the quote from the George Orwell novel 1984 : “Big Brother is Watching You!”. Big Brother himself is the main antagonist of said novel and is described as a powerful figure from Oceania who constantly surveyed his population so that he could easily control them into submission and if people decided to rebel, a very harsh punishment will surely be inflicted towards them. Big Brother’s traits literally fit Makima’s true nature as she is revealed to be the Control Devil representing the humanity’s fear of being controlled by other governments as Makima would bring the worst kind of peace in the end, an almost-Orwellian dystopia. Makima was ranked at the second of all ten characters in Chainsaw Man’s popularity poll with 27.244 votes, only to be beaten by Power in the end with 35.268 votes. Makima’s name herself in Kanji is “牧間”, which can also be read as a play on the word 人間/human or 牧人/shepherd. The word “Human” itself can be applied on Makima’s appearance being the most human of all the devils and being the most sketchy and inhuman of all the characters as her behavior contradicts itself of what it means to be a human because even the devils and other humans were terrified of her while the word “Shepherd” befits her title as the Control Devil who will control other people or devils for her own ends. According to this twitter post, it is heavily implied that the creator of Chainsaw Man, Tatsuki Fujimoto, has a fetish towards oppressive and unreasonable woman as at one point, he become overjoyed towards the woman he encountered in the university who overturned his bike and laughed at him. This possibly explain Makima’s oppressive and abusive actions towards Denji in the series which reduced him into nothing but a broken trainwreck. There are several foreshadowing moments especially the sketchy attitude she had committed that shows that Makima isn’t what she seems to be:

Her character design itself possesses strange golden eyes that almost looks like a cats’ with swirly pupils accompanied by it. This is due to the fact that swirl itself are indicated as a form of shape that were usually uses to hypnotize other people, this correlates with her personality as a manipulative control freak who uses her hypnotizing powers or good looks in order to get what she wants. In Chapter 1, after Denji meets Makima for the first time, Makima then attempts to make Denji her pet, as otherwise he would be killed. In addition, she also manages to return Denji to his normal self by simply hugging him. In Chapter 2, Makima has no hesitation in euthanising Denji if he rebelled against Makima while in the next Chapter, she also has no hesitation in treating Denji like any other devis if he rebelled or quit. In Chapter 26, she miraculously revives herself even after being killed by her assailants in the train while also brutally murdering them mercilessly. In Chapter 32, Kishibe suspects that Makima is not what she seems and that she is involved with the massacre of the Devil Hunters, and coming to Makima with these suspicions, she only responds with an unsettling grin. In Chapter 33, she does several morally ambiguous behaviors despite her well intentions such as gouging the eye out of the Yakuza members’ loved ones to be used as a bribe so that she could coerce the Yakuza into cooperating while also brutally injuring a Yakuza who attacks her. In Chapter 52, she uses rats to teleport to the location where Reze stands in order to kill Reze after Reze decides to form a bond with Denji. In Chapter 61, it was revealed that Kishibe is aware that Makima is listening to his and Quanxi’s conversation while expressing his intentions towards Quanxi to kill Makima and he asks Quanxi for help. In Chapter 66, Makima is able to wound the Darkness Devil with ease by just pointing a finger at it. In Chapter 67, it was revealed that according to Yoshida during his conversation with Kishibe, Santa Claus seems to hold a rivalry towards Makima as they compete towards an unknown goal while also suspecting that protecting Denji was never her goal in the first place. At the same time, it was also revealed that Makima is able to use lower life forms to listen to other people’s conversations. In Chapter 70, instead of hearing Quanxi’s request to spare her girlfriends as she attempts to surrender gracefully, Makima decides to decapitate all of them mercilessly, all with a sick grin on her face.

It is also possible that the seven dogs that she had in Chapter 80 foreshadows the fact that she controls 7 hybrids to defeat Chainsaw Man around Chapter 86 onwards. This is due to the fact that Makima had 3 white dogs and 4 black dogs in her apartment which parallels the hybrids in Chapter 86 as most of them have black hair (Samurai Sword, The Sword Devil, Reze and the Flamethrower devil) and the rest have white hair such as Quanxi, the Whip Devil and the Spear Devil.

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On the cover of Chapter 71, Makima herself was hugged by Denji in his Chainsaw Man form which alludes to a certain panel in Chapter 83 where she asks Chainsaw Man for help in reviving her and defeat her enemies after Makima was killed by the SWAT Team sent by Kishibe. In addition to all the foreshadowing above, Makima’s personality can be compared to Santa Claus due to the latter’s manipulative relationship with Tolka which would serve as a foreshadowing for Makima as both of them use several men and manipulate their psyche in order to get what they want.

She can also be compared to Reze, due to them both being seductive Femme Fatales that try to manipulate the protagonist to get what they want and both have a similarly tragic backstory as they were used by their respective governments with Reze being used by the Soviet Union government and Makima being used by the Japanese government.

  1. One of the only people who are seemingly genuinely loyal to Makima is the Spider Devil, named Princi, who is her crony.
  2. She seems to be very obedient to her and actually cares about her well being.
  3. As a humanoid Devil like her, she is friendly and is very polite.
  4. Even if she had objections against Makima putting herself in danger if Makima said that she wanted her to teleport her to the situation then Princi would listen.

Even with her polite and docile personality Princi would still head into a fight if needed to.

Princi being described as an example of how friendlier Devils can take on a human form can be some of the earliest foreshadowing that can give hints of Makima potentially being a Devil. There is a theory that the reason Makima asks her to collect the bodies of fallen devil hunters and people is so that more fiends can be created but this remains unconfirmed and is only speculative. Another theory is that Princi never shows what could be her true personality because she was under the mind control of Makima. Kishibe says that even though Princi is a friendlier Devil she would kill people just for looking at her the wrong way, this seems to be a very informed trait as she shows no behavior like this. This leads to the vagueness of if Kishibe was simply speaking out of hatred for Devils or if he actually saw what she was like when she wasn’t under control.

Even if Princi was under Makima’s control or not, she was said to be a nicer Devil who was said to genuinely be loyal and protective over Chainsaw Man. From what is seen, Princi seems to have thought Makima was nicer than she really was and was basically duped and betrayed by Makima. Which if Princi was truly loyal to Makima and liked and cared for her in some way, this makes it even more tragic and cruel that Makima decided to push one of the only people who was truly loyal to her aside.

Lucifer falling from John Milton’s Paradise Lost, which was shown on Makima’s wall during Chapter 81.

Makima is very similar to Silene / Sirene from the Devilman series. Silene is a demon whose motivations against the protagonist, Akira, was because he was a human fused with the demon she either admired or was in love with (depending on the version), Amon. She only lured Akira so that she can kill him herself because she wanted Amon, just like how Makima only lured Denji because he was fused with the real Chainsaw Man, Pochita. The difference between them is that Silene was originally, until she became more popular, just a very minor antagonist whereas Makima was always planned to be a major character from the start and is later revealed to be a major antagonist.

In the original Devilman manga, Sirene had two demons who assisted her called Ghelmer and Agwel who had water and intangibility powers respectively. Two of Makima’s subordinates, Beam and Princi, are both Devils with intangibility powers and Beam is a Shark Fiend and sharks are aquatic animals with his intangibility being his own way of representing sharks swimming.

There are several biblical references and allusions surrounding Makima and the world of Chainsaw Man such as:

In Chapter 76, Makima is seen standing at the sea with other six people, most of them deceased, those being Princi the Spider Devil, Akane Sawatari, Aki Hayakawa, Angel Devil, Yutaro Kurose, and Michiko Tendo). The panel itself reflects the biblical text regarding Revelation 13:1-10 about a vision regarding the beast emerging from the sea, Therion, According to the texts, Therion itself is described with seven heads, ten crowns on its horns, and resembles a leopard, but had feet like those of a bear and a mouth like that of a lion. The Beast itself attempts to assert its authority for forty-two months to other tribes, people, languages, and nations to wage war against God’s holy people in order to conquer them. The story of the Beast befits the nature of Makima as the control devil and her sitting on the seas in order to combat the Gun Devil who was contracted by the American president in order to liberate themselves from her grasp. In Chapter 81, it is shown that Makima herself put a painting of Lucifer from Paradise Lost being banished from heaven on her wall. Paradise Lost is a poem by John Milton that retells the third Chapter of Genesis and the war between Satan and Angels while also showing the Fall of Men while they attempted to reconcile free will with God’s Omnipotence. The picture itself could heavily imply that Makima is revealed to be the leader of all devils, Lucifer, all along. In Chapter 83, as both Denji and Makima prepares to go somewhere else, Makima introduces Denji to the demons that she brainwashed just to protect Denji as their names were revealed to be based on the hierarchy of the biblical angels: Seraphim, Cherubim ( Beam ) and Galgalim from the First Sphere; Dominion, Virtue and Power from the Second Sphere; Principalities (Princi) and Angel from the Third Sphere. Most of the biblically accurate angels are depicted as Lovecraftian eldritch creatures such as Seraphim who are depicted as having six wings with two of them used for flying, two of them for covering its face and two of them for covering its feet befitting the bug theme surrounding the devil with the aforementioned name, Galgalim whose depicted as interlocking gold wheels with eyes surrounding it befitting the Violence Devil who has 4 eyes and Cherubim whose depicted as human-animal hybrid befitting Beam’s theme which correlates with the eldritch devils appearing in the manga. In Chapter 89, Makima then summons a holy spear that has the usage of one thousand years with the help of the men she enslaved and Angel Devil to spitefully attacks Kobeni. The Holy Spear itself can be described as the Spear of Longinus that is mentioned in Gospel of John (19:31-37) that was used by the Romans to execute Jesus by piercing him on the side to make sure he was dead after he was crucified. This also correlates with Chainsaw Man being seen as messianic figure for the humans during the same chapter Makima attempts to attack Kobeni as he was weakened by the humanity’s praise of him while also being accidentally pierced as a punishment which causes him to be defeated by Makima. In Chapter 94, as Makima wounded herself in order to revive Denji, it could be interpreted that her wound which leaves a hole in her hand parallels Jesus’s hands after being crucified. The hole in Jesus’s hands are called Stigmata which is the wound marks of Jesus after he was wounded and sometimes were associated with Roman Catholicism.

It is implied that Makima herself is a member of the Horsemen of the Apocalypse as stated by this fact:

During Chapter 84, Makima herself mentions getting rid of devils such as War, Death and Famine in order to bring world peace. War, Death and Famine are the names that the three Horsemen of Apocalypse holds alongside Conquest in biblical theology. Her involvement in the battle against Chainsaw Man during Chapter 87 also involved the members of the Horsemen of Apocalypse. Her name itself as the moniker of “Control Devil” can be translated as Conquest which is one of the members of the Horsemen of the Apocalypse who is the rider of the white horse with a crown that was given to him and who wields a bow. This msu allude that Makima herself is the Conquest Horsemen due to the fact that Conquest itself can be interpreted as either Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit, the Antichrist or the Roman Empire Prosperity. Makima herself holds a parallel towards the Conquest Horseman due to her abilities of power and manipulation, her charisma and the fact that she also possesses a halo of brain matter in Chapter 76 that looks like a crown. It could be possible that Makima’s title could hold a more sinister meaning; that perhaps she is this manga’s version of the Antichrist.

The Horseman of Conquest.

In Chapter 89, there is a scene where Makima has chains coming out from near the area of her womb, enslaving multiple devil hunters. The scene can be considered an allegory for a domineering mother who can control her own child even after they reach their adulthood. However, several people interpret this scene as Makima having her chains coming out from her clitoris which can be interpreted as an allegory of lust itself, as men end up being attracted by beautiful and attractive women to the point that the men themselves throw their own dignity and soul away and willingly enslave themselves to these women. During Chapter 93, when Denji asks Makima if there will be bad movies in her ideal utopian world, she then answers that she will eradicate all bad movies in her world as she believes the world would be better if bad movies ceased to exist which causes Denji to habe no hesitations to kill her. This references her and Denji’s date in the movie theater around Chapter 39 when they talk about good and bad movies which also can be interpreted as a philosophical talk about how life works as without anything bad that balanced the good, life itself would become a lot more boring and it would destroy anything that makes human special. It can also be interpreted as Denji calling out Makima using her so-called well-intentioned goals just to fulfill her selfish desires. There are two theories on why the Control Devil reincarnated so quickly, one being that the incarnation between Makima and Nayuta was spawn killed (presumably by the Darkness Devil) another being that there was no incarnation between them and Makima was born in Hell due to her clear memories of Hell and fighting in Hell. It is also not impossible for one to traverse between Earth and Hell, such as using the Hell Devil, so it could also be possible for her to be born in Earth and go to Hell. There has yet to be a confirmation for any of these theories.

FLCL, one of the inspirations of Chainsaw Man with the girl in the pink hair, Haruko Haruhara, being featured in the poster.

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It is stated by Fujimoto himself that Chainsaw Man is heavily inspired by FLCL to the point he call it the evil version of it. Makima’s character then seems to take inspiration from FLCL s true main antagonist, Haruko Haruhara as both of them share several similarities with them both being manipulative people who have no hesitation to manipulate both of the protagonists in order to further their own selfish goals even if it means hurting, murdering or betraying them. In addition to all of this, both of them also had a fanatical relationship towards the entity that was sealed in the protagonist’s body and plan to harness their powers with Haruko’s being the Pirate King Atomsk and Makima being the Chainsaw Man, not only for their power, but because they are madly in love with them. Makima’s defeat in Chapter 96 and her Karmic Fate is heavily foreshadowed by these signs:

Chainsaw Man’s first cover for Shonen Jump: It depicts Denji and Pochita both wurg a seemingly evil grin while holding a Chainsaw with Makima’s startled reflection seen in the Chainsaw. Fast forward to Chapter 96, she was defeated by Denji with the same pose minus Pochita being on Denji’s side and Denji wearing a suit. In one of Makima’s lines in Chapter 1 after she seemingly rescues Denji, she promises to give Denji food everyday if he becomes her obedient lap dog. This statement takes on a darker meaning after Makima’s flesh ends up being eaten by Denji. In Chapter 12, Denji and Makima’s have a conversation about sensual things, where she states sex feels better if one knows their partner well, biting Denji’s finger to memorize it was her. Paralleled in Chapter 96 where Denji still laments that he likes her as he ate her despite all of the things she had done to him. Makima’s desire to be eaten by Chainsaw Man so that she could become one and being erased from existence for the sake of a better world which alludes to the part where Denji wants to become one with her in order to carry the burden of her sins. Denji’s wishes to eat a huge steak in Chapter 93 and this parallels Chapter 96 where Denji eats Makima with ginger-fried meat and onions. Fujimoto’s interest in food such as Parfait in the mangaka comments of the week of Shonen Jump reflects Denji eating Makima in the end of Chapter 96.

A Boy and His Dog movie poster, one of the possible inspirations for Chainsaw Man due to the similar nature of the story.

Makima’s defeat and Chainsaw Man as a whole feels similar to Harlan Ellison’s story and its film adaptation of the same name, “A Boy and His Dog” which tells the story of Vic and his telepathic dog, Blood, as they travel through the wastelands of post nuclear war America. Vic is a person who has no parents, AN education or morality as the only thing that Vic care for are food and sex, trying to avoid mutants and fiends in the pursuit of these goals, reflecting Denji and Pochita’s relationship really well. In the movie, Vic also encounters with a girl named Quilla June Holmes, revealed to be a manipulative, scheming femme fatale who wants to gain ultimate power, reflecting Makima’s personality as well. Towards the end of the movie, Quilla and Vic discover Blood starved near to death, with Quilla pleading Vic to abandon Blood as she seemingly proclaims her love towards him. This results in Vic deciding to pledge his loyalty towards Blood as he kills her offscreen as Vic feeds the meat of Quilla to Blood, reflecting the scene where after Denji defeats Makima whom she views as nothing but a dog and an obstacle for her obsession with Pochita, he decides to eat her as a delicious steak.

Benten from the anime “The Eccentric Family” better known as Uchouten Kazoku, one of the main inspirations for Makima.

According to Fujimoto himself in this interview, it is stated that Makima symbolizes domination. As she is the first character he created for Chainsaw Man, he had a solid image of both her inside and outside. At the same time, it is also stated by Fujimoto that she was based on Benten from The Eccentric Family due to the fact that she is an unfathomable being higher than humans that has several tragic layers underneath her femme-fatale personality as the people that she perceive as lower lifeforms than her can’t be there to comfort her. In the same interview with Fujimoto, he states that the “ki” part of Makima’s name means tree and as chainsaws were used to cut trees, one can cut the “Ki” part of her name and it will become “Mama” as a result. This makes sense in context as Denji is portrayed as a child who tries to search for a maternal figure that is absent from his life and Makima is the person who manages to give him a maternal relationship due to her motherly nature despite it being revealed to be a ruse in the end.

The brutal fight between Kiss-Shot Acerola-Orion Heart-Under-Blade and Koyomi Araragi in Kizumonogatari that was used as an inspiration for the final battle between Makima and Chainsaw Man.

According to a tweet by Fujimoto-under the guise of Nagayama Koharu-he states that the final battle against Makima is heavily inspired by the battle between Koyomi Araragi and Kiss-Shot Acerola-Orion Heart-Under-Blade, better known as Shinobu Oshino, in Kizumonogatari III where both Araragi and Kiss-shot give brutal beatdowns to each other. According to this tweet, during Fujimoto’s conversation with his editor, Shihei Rin, in the Jump Festa festival, Fujimoto stated that Makima is the hardest character to draw because Fujimoto claimed to be a messy artist as he tried his best to draw Makima beautifully with extreme care being put on to the drawing.

What volume did Chainsaw Man anime end on?

On Which Chapter Did Chainsaw Man Season 1 End – The first season of Chainsaw Man ended with chapter 38 of the manga, You can find an explainer for the ending of Chainsaw Man season 1 in our dedicated guide, which covers not only the story but also minor details you might have missed. In terms of the plot, we’re still a few chapters behind the halfway mark of the first part of the manga.

Introduction arc Bat Devil arc Eternity Devil arc Katana Man arc

With that, season 2 of Chainsaw Man will open with the Bomb Girl arc, which is one of the most unexpected points in the story. From then on, the story of this anime will only get more exciting and fast-paced.

Is Chainsaw Man getting a season 2?

Chainsaw Man season 2 release date speculation – Chainsaw Man season 2 will likely be released in 2024, but an exact release window hasn’t been announced for the hit anime series just yet. The first season aired between October and December 2022, so it’s possible that Chainsaw Man season 2 could be released in the fall of 2023, but that doesn’t consider how long anime can take to produce.

Why Chainsaw Man is 18 plus?

Why Chainsaw Man Chapter 59 Is for Adult Readers Only Fans of the were in for a surprise with Chapter 59. Readers attempting to use the app to read the chapter were greeted by a disclaimer: “Chapter 59 of Chainsaw Man is 18+ and viewable on the website only.” Previous chapters had been deemed appropriate for younger readers, so why the sudden restriction? Chainsaw M an follows Denji, a destitute young man who fuses his heart with a type of monster called a Devil.

In doing so, he gains the ability to sprout functioning chainsaws from his head and arms. However, he also loses all of his human rights, and is forced to become a government Devil hunter – or else be exterminated. Chainsaw Man has a track record of being graphically bloody and explicit. However, it has never shied away from gory or sexual content.

It’s almost a feature of the story, as the sheltered Denji discovers the people around him are just as messed up as he is.

Can a 10 year old read Chainsaw Man?

What age Is Chainsaw Man suitable for? According to the official ratings, Chainsaw Man is appraised as ‘MA’, and that implies maturity. It means that: This program is specifically designed to be viewed by adults and therefore may be unsuitable for children under 17.

Will Chainsaw Man be 25 episodes?

Chainsaw Man Has a Total of 12 Episodes – IMDB doesn’t have that much information about the anime, and only lists episodes as they come online. Hulu has the exact same way of displaying the show. Crunchyroll’s website shows the currently available episodes as well, and everything makes it a bit difficult to figure out. Credit: Crunchyroll JKDSD has guessed that the last episode will be titled Bird and War, and will air Tuesday January 3rd on Crunchyroll and Hulu. It’s not clear if this title is a guess based on manga chapter titles.

How many pages is Chainsaw Man volume 11?

Product information

Publisher ‎VIZ Media LLC (June 7, 2022)
Language ‎English
Paperback ‎ 192 pages
ISBN-10 ‎1974727114
ISBN-13 ‎978-1974727117

What volume is chapter 100 of Chainsaw Man?

Chainsaw Man Volume 12: Complete list of chapters – As far as the list of chapters goes, Chainsaw Man Volume 12 features the following chapters:

Chapter 98: Bird and WarChapter 99: Two BirdsChapter 100: How to Walk ShoelessChapter 101: After School Devil HuntersChapter 102: Save the CatChapter 103: Denji Dream

Asa Mitaka and Yoru “The War Devil” (Image via YouTube/@Jump Comics Channel) While the number of chapters may seem less for an ongoing manga series, similar to the first volume of any manga series, the first chapter is rather long. Chapter 98 titled Bird and War, has a total of 52 pages, compared to other chapters which only have about 17 pages each.

What chapters is Chainsaw Man Vol 11?

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Expandv e Chapters and Volumes
Volume 11 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97
Volume 12 98 99 100 101 102 103
Volume 13 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112
Volume 14 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122

How old is Denji in Volume 1?

A Quick Look At The Stats

Name Age Height
Denji 16-17 ≈ 6’0′ (183cm)
Pochita N/A ≈ 1’6′ (50cm)
Makima N/A 5’6′ (173cm)
Power N/A ≈ 5’6′ (173cm)

Why is Chainsaw Man so good?

Chainsaw Man Has an Unconventional Protagonist – Crunchyroll The archetypal shonen protagonist is someone who’s charismatic, someone willing to take challenges head-on, someone who makes friends wherever they go, and while they may not be the best at what they do to start, they typically grow and change over the course of a series into something far greater than they were initially.

Chainsaw Man is set up to accommodate such a protagonist: Denji, a down-on-his-luck orphan, takes up the act of “Devil Hunting” as a last-ditch effort to pay his outstanding debts. He does so through the use of Pochita, an adorable Chainsaw Devil, to violently rip the monstrous Devils apart. When he’s eventually betrayed by his employer and left for dead, the compassion he showed Pochita allows the two to merge into a single being, turning Denji into a super-powered hybrid of man and monster.

He’s approached by a mysterious woman named Makima to join the Public Safety Division shortly after, an entire organization devoted to the act of hunting Devils. With a setup like this, you’d think that Denji would be just another regular shonen protagonist, but it’s far from the case in Chainsaw Man,

Denji is the opposite of a traditional hero. He’s an outcast, someone who was initially doomed to die from debt and self-sacrifice as just another cog in the mafia machine. He’s uneducated, brash, sex-obsessed, lacks social courtesies, and has no real deeper understanding of the world around him on account of just trying to survive day after day.

Being suddenly thrown into a situation where job security is no longer an issue, a roof is over his head, and hot meals are provided for him, ultimately turns him into someone who lets his more primal urges dictate his behavior. But there’s more going on with Denji than meets the eye.

  • It’s the suffering that Denji endured in his past life that gives him a genuine sense of empathy.
  • While his overt behaviors leave a lot to be desired, deep down he understands the plights that his fellow Devil Hunters have gone through, even after getting assaulted by Aki and fed to a Blood Devil by Power.
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His aspirations are deliberately small, leading him to put all his effort into what he does without a moment of hesitation. Denji is an for sure, but he embodies what makes a compelling protagonist in his own unique way. Crunchyroll A title like Chainsaw Man comes with some simple expectations. Frankly, if you weren’t expecting a guy made up of chainsaws to rip anything and everything to shreds, you might’ve picked the wrong series to get into. From the very first episode all the way to the last, violence and viscera in a rainbow of colors plays a significant part in Chainsaw Man,

  1. A isn’t wholly unique, but it ties into the that pervade its world.
  2. Devils are spawned from the sum of humanity’s respective fears, growing in power in proportion to that fear.
  3. In a world where heightened anxieties and cultures of fear are more prominent than ever, it reflects reality by making monstrous Devils the embodiment of those perceived dangers.

Even when they’re not fighting Devils, there’s a constant sense of misery that oozes from the cast. Some only went into Devil Hunting for the money, either by choice or coercion, unaware of the danger it brings to themselves. In the case of Denji and Power, they’re forced into fighting devils due to their mere existence, threatened to be put down like animals if they resist. Crunchyroll Underneath the bloodshed, the hypersexuality, and the depressing atmosphere that’s strewn throughout Chainsaw Man, there’s something that most everyday people can earnestly relate to. Denji saving the world from the influence of devils is just a byproduct of him securing his own happiness.

It’s not so much that Denji is selfish, or at least consciously trying to be, he’s just prioritizing his own needs. Denji joining the Public Safety Divison to begin with is spurred by his own desire for stability and security, something he was sorely lacking before his body melded with the Chainsaw Devil.

But Denji isn’t alone in feeling this way; it seems like everyone is just trying to get by, even if the Public Safety Division may have ulterior motives. Chainsaw Man is certainly not a show for the faint of heart. But if you can get used to how harsh it is, you’ll find what is likely one of the in recent years, with a second season practically guaranteed to happen.

How old is Aki Chainsaw Man?

Aki Hayakawa: Probably 19 Years Old – Like many Chainsaw Man characters, the tsundere Aki Hayakawa doesn’t have a definitive, canon age, but fans feel confident that he is 19 years old, perhaps just barely 20. After all, Chainsaw Man lore said that Aki is three years Denji’s senior, and Denji is 16 right now in the anime.

What volume is chapter 98 of Chainsaw Man?

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Expandv e Chapters and Volumes
Volume 11 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97
Volume 12 98 99 100 101 102 103
Volume 13 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112
Volume 14 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122

Is Chainsaw Man 12 episodes only?

Chainsaw Man anime’s first cour just the tip of the iceberg for what’s to come when the series returns – The first court of the Chainsaw Man anime’s first season spanned 12 episodes, adapting roughly 38 chapters of material in that time frame. This means that each episode adapted just under three chapters on average.

  • Additionally, while some manga material was cut from the anime, this is likely equally replenished by the anime-only scenes added by MAPPA Studios,
  • These 12 episodes adapted all but the final issue of the Katana man arc, which the second cour is likely to start with.
  • This will then immediately parlay into the Bomb Girl arc, followed by the International Assassins arc.

However, given the established adaptation pace, it’s currently unclear whether or not the second cour will adapt anything beyond the lattermost arc. The Chainsaw Man manga sees the International Assassins arc end at chapter 70, which is roughly 32 chapters from where the series’ anime currently is.

  1. With a similar adaptation pace, the full arc and those before it could easily be covered in a 12-episode span, even with anime-original scenes being added.
  2. This would leave the Gun Devil and Control Devil arcs to be animated, totaling about 27 chapters.
  3. While some fans feel the Bomb Girl arc is likely to be turned into a film, with the two former most arcs being adapted by the coming second cour, the reverse seems more likely.

This is especially true given that the anime has already hinted at adapting the Bomb Girl arc. One of the key reasons why Chainsaw Man’s Bomb Girl arc wouldn’t make sense for an anime film is how action-heavy it is. The Bomb Girl arc, more than any other that follows it, eschews dialogue in favor of the series’ trademark over-the-top, ultraviolent, and insane action.

Is CSM Part 2 weekly?

Chainsaw Man Part 2 will start its serialization on Shueisha’s Jump+ app this week. Tatsuki Fujimoto completed Part 1 of the Chainsaw Man manga series back in December 2020 after giving us 97 outstanding chapters. The manga was well-received by the community for its goofy, dark, and complex characters; however, Part 1 isn’t the end of the road for Chainsaw Man.

Soon after the release of Chapter 97, the mangaka confirmed that Chainsaw Man would return with Part 2. The second part would continue Denji’s brutal story, and after a long wait, we are finally close to getting the manga’s new chapter. Chainsaw Man Part 2 will start its serialization on Shueisha’s Jump+ app with the release of Chapter 98.

After that, the manga will follow a weekly release schedule on the platform. According to the official announcement, the legendary series will return on Wednesday, July 13th, 2022. However, for some international readers, the release date would be Tuesday, July 12th, because of the time difference.

Pacific Timing: 8 AM PT (July 12th) Central Timing: 10 AM CT (July 12th) Eastern Timing: 11 AM ET (July 12th) British Timing: 4 PM BST (July 12th) Indian Timing: 8:30 PM IST (July 12th) Japan Timing: 12 AM JST (July 13th) Australian Timing: 1 AM ACT (July 13th)

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Chainsaw Man Part 2 will get the official English translation on Viz Media and Manga Plus, Both platforms allow users to read the first three and the latest three chapters of any manga for free, so you can read the upcoming Chainsaw Man chapter without getting a subscription.

However, if you wish to unlock the rest of the manga chapters on Viz, you’ll have to become a Shonen Jump member. Recently, Fujimoto released a promotion page for Chainsaw Man Part 2, which features Denji in his terrifying hybrid form. In the key visual, Denji is starting down a new character, who might play a crucial role in the manga’s second phase, but we don’t know anything about her as of now.

Nevertheless, we’ll hopefully learn more about the mysterious girl when Chapter 98 comes out this week. Manga readers are accustomed to getting some juicy spoilers before a new chapter’s digital release. However, Chainsaw Man Part 2 isn’t getting a physical release, so you won’t get any leaks for Chapter 98.

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Is Chainsaw Man 12 episodes only?

Chainsaw Man anime’s first cour just the tip of the iceberg for what’s to come when the series returns – The first court of the Chainsaw Man anime’s first season spanned 12 episodes, adapting roughly 38 chapters of material in that time frame. This means that each episode adapted just under three chapters on average.

Additionally, while some manga material was cut from the anime, this is likely equally replenished by the anime-only scenes added by MAPPA Studios, These 12 episodes adapted all but the final issue of the Katana man arc, which the second cour is likely to start with. This will then immediately parlay into the Bomb Girl arc, followed by the International Assassins arc.

However, given the established adaptation pace, it’s currently unclear whether or not the second cour will adapt anything beyond the lattermost arc. The Chainsaw Man manga sees the International Assassins arc end at chapter 70, which is roughly 32 chapters from where the series’ anime currently is.

With a similar adaptation pace, the full arc and those before it could easily be covered in a 12-episode span, even with anime-original scenes being added. This would leave the Gun Devil and Control Devil arcs to be animated, totaling about 27 chapters. While some fans feel the Bomb Girl arc is likely to be turned into a film, with the two former most arcs being adapted by the coming second cour, the reverse seems more likely.

This is especially true given that the anime has already hinted at adapting the Bomb Girl arc. One of the key reasons why Chainsaw Man’s Bomb Girl arc wouldn’t make sense for an anime film is how action-heavy it is. The Bomb Girl arc, more than any other that follows it, eschews dialogue in favor of the series’ trademark over-the-top, ultraviolent, and insane action.

Is Chainsaw Man a limited series?

Will Season 2 Be the Final Season of Chainsaw Man – The first season of Chainsaw Man anime only adapted the first four volumes of the manga. There are a total of 11 volumes in the first part of the manga. So, you can expect to see at least a third season to completely adapt Chainsaw Man manga’s part one into anime.

How many pages is Chainsaw Man volume 11?

Product information

Publisher ‎VIZ Media LLC (June 7, 2022)
Language ‎English
Paperback ‎ 192 pages
ISBN-10 ‎1974727114
ISBN-13 ‎978-1974727117

Is Chainsaw Man all out?

Is the Chainsaw Man manga done? – The Chainsaw Man manga is not done! Fujimoto is still crafting the series and just published chapter 115. Generally speaking, Shonen Jump publishes new chapters every week or so, with the occasional larger gap. New English translations of Chainsaw Man installments typically hit the Shonen Jump app on Tuesday mornings in the United States.