Chainsaw Man Chapter 105

Chapter 105

Chainsaw Man

Short Summary

Asa abandons Denji on the roof, and Yoru is furious that she did not murder Denji for confessing to being Chainsaw Man. Asa, on the other hand, remains unpersuaded, explaining how it makes no sense for him to be both a mega-fan and the real thing. Yoru insists that Asa hunt for another devil in order to join the devil hunter club, despite the fact that she intends to visit Yuko instead. Enraged, Yoru questions how spending time with Yuko will result in Chainsaw Man revealing himself, to which Asa responds that if they bring a devil to the school, he will reveal himself regardless. Yoru is left to devise a strategy, with Asa remarking that she might be able to defeat Yoru by controlling her.

When she arrives at her house, they sit together and share secrets; Yuko admits to reading self-help books on how to socialize, while Asa admits to wetting herself during class one day. Yuko then admits to killing her neighbor in order to gamble away his welfare payments, even offering to show Asa the body. Yuko then reveals that she made a deal with the Justice Devil in order to understand those around her and help Asa, and as a result, she is informed of Yoru and the cause of death for both Tanaka and the prior president. Yoku decides that because they are now best friends, she will “handle” Asa’s bullying problem and tells her not to come to school tomorrow.

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About Chainsaw Man

Chainsaw Man follows the story of Denji, a young man who made a contract with Pochita, a dog-like devil. Pochita fused with Denji, giving Denji the ability to transform parts of his body into a chainsaw. Denji later joined the Public Safe Devil Hunters, who fight and hunt devils whenever they pose a threat to the human world.

Chainsaw Man was originally written by Tatsuki Fujimoto. The manga series was serialized in 2018 and became a part of Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump. The Chainsaw Man manga has already been published in 11 volumes. An anime adaptation of the series has been announced and is scheduled to premiere in October 2022 as part of the Fall 2022 anime lineup.