The Chainsaw Man manga is about to enter its ‘final stage’

The Chainsaw Man manga is about to enter its ‘final stage’

In the 48th issue of the Japanese magazine Weekly Shonen Jump, it was officially announced that the manga series written and illustrated by Tatsuki Fujimoto, Chainsaw Man, will enter its 'final stage' as of November 9 when it is released. the sale of the 49th edition of the aforementioned magazine.

In previous days, in a live broadcast of a Spanish publisher, such information was leaked, however, the Shueisha publisher had not offered any official statement until the time of publication of the magazine.

The Chainsaw Man manga is about to enter its ‘final stage’

Fujimoto has been publishing the manga in Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine since December 2018. The publisher published the eighth compiled volume on August 4, and will publish the ninth on November 4 in Japan. Currently the series has more than 4 million copies sold inside and outside of Japan.

Chainsaw Man Synopsis

The story takes place in a world where Demons threaten the peace of humans, making them targets to be eliminated. Denji is a young and depressed man who has sold several of his organs and who works as a woodcutter and demon hunter to pay off his late father's debt. Denji owns a dog (who is also a demon) named Pochita, who has chainsaws and what you use to do your job. This is explained since humans can contract with demons. After returning home from a job, Denji is summoned by a Yakuza to infiltrate a building and murder another demon. However, the plan was a trap to assassinate him as part of a Yakuza contract with the demon, obtaining these more power. But Pochita comes to Denji's aid and joins with him, becoming a half man half demon and acquiring Pochita's chainsaws.

Source: ANN

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