Chainsaw Man Chapter 122: Yoshida and Fami, New Devil Appears
Chainsaw Man Chapter 122 has finally arrived, and it’s one that fans have been waiting for. After the last chapter ended on a cliffhanger, fans are eager to learn what will happen next.
Chainsaw Man has become one of the most popular manga series of 2023. This manga has gained a loyal fan base due to its complex plot and thrilling twists.
The latest chapter of Chainsaw Man brings an ominous event to the table, and readers will be eager to know what it's all about. Fami confirms via her enigmatic demeanor that the Devil that appeared at the end of this chapter is a Primal Fear Devil, but their exact fear remains unknown.
Yoshida and Fami
Chainsaw Man is a manga series written and illustrated by Tatsuki Fujimoto, that began serialization in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine from December 2018 to 2020 before returning in July 2022 with a second arc. The first arc followed Denji, an impoverished young boy who makes a contract that fuses his body with that of a dog-like devil named Pochita, granting him the ability to transform parts of his body into chainsaws.
The story follows Denji and his yakuza henchmen, as well as the members of Public Safety Devil Hunters, a government agency focused on fighting against devils whenever they become a threat to Japan. The series was also adapted into an anime television series produced by MAPPA from October to December 2022.
In chapter 122, Fami is shown to be with Yoshida at a restaurant where they both took Denji. The two exchange a few words while she orders five each of honey toast, a seasonal fruit assortment, vanilla ice cream, chocolate cake, pancakes, and strawberry parfait.
Chainsaw Man chapter 122, released in Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump manga magazine, has arrived on Tuesday, Mar 7. It continues the storyline of Yoru and Asa Mitaka facing a new devil.
In this episode, Fami reveals that seven prisoners will die that week and that there is a new Devil who will drag the world into a abyss of terror. She also explains that this devil is stronger than Makima and will come out to fight in the future.
During the episode, Asa is confronted by her sister, Fami, who tries to convince her not to turn Denji into a weapon. However, Asa is unable to do so because she knows that turning Denji into a weapon is wrong.
This leads to Yoshida confronting Fami and asking her why she is allowing Asa to turn Denji into a weapon. After a heated exchange, Fami tells Yoshida that she is allowing Asa to turn Denji because she is afraid that she will not be able to take it down herself if Asa does.
Asa Confronts Fami
The Chainsaw Man manga has been in the news lately, and this is because of the series being announced for an anime adaptation by Mappa studio. It’s been quite the hype for this series, and the fandom is definitely excited about reading new chapters of this ongoing manga.
In chapter 122, Asa finds herself confronting Fami again. She feels dejected after having a date with Denji, which she ended up not liking.
She also feels depressed because she doesn’t have a boyfriend yet, and Hirofumi doesn’t seem to be into her. Luckily, Yoru comes over and reassures Asa that she’s not alone in this situation.
Meanwhile, Fami tells Asa about an urban legend that is going around town. It’s getting a lot of attention for predicting the end of the world.
Interestingly enough, this chapter also sees Yuko confronting Yoshida. She explains her own reason for being there.
She tells Asa that she wants to be healed by her Demon Hunter relative before she starts consuming humans. She also warns Asa about the Justice Devil lurking around in their school.
Asa is thrown off her guard. She then notices that she’s about to say something she doesn’t want to.
Seeing how Denji is trying to be recognized as Chainsaw Man for female attention, it’s easy to imagine that Yoshida is the second Chainsaw Man. His motivations are unclear, but he’s also working with a Devil that can change its form.
Overall, the possibility of Gojo coming back to life is up in the air. There are both pros and cons to the idea. It will be interesting to see what the author decides to do with Gojo's character in future chapters.
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