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Eri Yukizaki, is a girl locked in battle with a chain-saw wielding incantation of true evil. But like the demons that boil inside her heart, the 'Chainsaw Man' doesn't seem to die no matter how much she stabs him. As she fights, a young man, Yamamoto watches, love-struck, wishing he could be more than just her useless bicycle courier. An action-packed romance, digging into the human psyche, exploring the demons that buries us in sadness and misery.
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OMG! very good!!!
well, i think this manga is amazing! first of there is not a point of cliche, one of the mosts original mangas that I have ever readed(it was based on a movie, though)
well, if U want something new, its veeeeeeeeery recommendated. =D
You might wanna keep your brain in for this one.
Kevadu basically hit the nail on the head. It does remind me of FLCL a lot in that it's not heavy-handed in it's presentation. And it does involve a lot of comedy and seems satirical at times but it is NOT a gag manga.
If you're looking for a hack/slash, shonen style sailor moon where you can check your brain at the door then I suggest you move on b/c this doesn't involve any of that; in fact, so far the Chainsaw Man and Eri's battles are only used as a minor plot device in order to tie the 2 main characters together. But what this does offer is more of a slice-of-life character driven story about 2 teens struggling with angst and depression while trying to find a purpose in life.
People may get turned off that Yosuke isn't some super-powered boy-hero, but like I said the battles really aren't shown at all and don't really matter. I like the art style: how characters faces get twisted up in emotion, and Eri is cute and Yosuke's age is actually reflected by his appearance and he doesn't look like an adult.
Overall it's a pretty good read. And I'd recommend it for any fans of FLCL or NHK and people not to into chapters and chapters of mindless violence.
this manga is not really funny like some of the reviews say. confused by where the story is going. i guess i have to read more since this is the author of NHK but so far it is not looking too good.
Not a gag manga
Yes it starts with an absurd premise and there are jokes, but this is definitely not just a gag manga. Beneath the obvious setup lies an existential coming-of-age story about students struggling to find meaning in their lives. I get a bit of a FLCL-ish vibe from it.
I have really enjoyed this manga so far but only three chapters have been released so I won't rate it yet.
I don't know why there's no comedy tag on this one, there should be. Anyway, this manga is really funny! Hilarious! Really recommend it! READ IT NOW! 10/10
Well i Read the first one and all i can say is "sailormoon vs. Jason" and it´s kind of a gag manga in my eyes^^ well the style of the manga is just like "Doubt", by the way it´s worth reading.
(my english isn´t the best, so whoever finds some misstakes can keep them)