CHAINSAW MAN: chapter 107 review

CHAINSAW MAN: chapter 107 review

CHAINSAW MAN: chapter 107 review

CHAINSAW MAN: chapter 107 review

Welcome back to Chainsaw, where every week we take a closer look at the newest chapter of Casting Fujimoto’s Masterpiece Chainsaw Man. The speaker, taking a closer look at Chainsaw Man Part 2 Chapter 10 or Chapter 107. Quick thing before we get into the video, thank you for all the insane support on the last chapter review. It is now, by very, very far, my most viewed video, so thank you so much for that.

It seems Chainsaw Man is re-entering a weekly schedule, so I don’t know how many times Fujimoto is going to make me have to update the channel description, but I’ll keep it up bi-weekly for now just to be safe. Something I missed last year because the Chainsaw Man buddy story’s light novel got a release date for the US. It contains a few spin-off stories featuring Dungeon Power Aki and Ximeno and a young Kishibi and Quan Chi.

That comes out on the 25th of July next year, so look forward to that. A cool little thing I was able to nab was the issue of Weekly Shonen Jump that the first-ever Chainsaw Man chapter was published in all the way back in 2019. I can’t really read it since it’s all in Japanese, but it’s a really cool thing to happen in my opinion.

Hope that’s all for the news today, so let’s get into the recap. Last week’s chapter ended with Yoru preparing to fight a now-transformed Yuko. This chapter picks up right where that fight starts, and with Yoru starting out pretty well. But unfortunately, Eco can read her mind, meaning any move Yoru tries, Yuko can just counteract it.

CHAINSAW MAN: chapter 107 review

All the classes at this point are panicking with an evacuation. Unfortunately, this just puts more targets in front of Yuko. Yoru tries to take her out with a massive pencil spear, but again, Yuko just catches it since she can read minds. Turns out Yoru needs better things to make weapons out of than pencils. Then, the Devil Hunter Club shows up. I thought they were all going to get slaughtered in seconds, but they actually managed to hold their own for a little bit.

Yoru begins taunting Yuko with this, but apparently, Yuko is just letting them win since she doesn’t really want to kill innocents. But now she sees them as bullies and takes them all out in one hit. Supposedly, Yoru is a lot smarter than I gave her credit for. Apparently, she set a lot of stuff to be turned into weapons in almost every room of the school and set a bunch of traps for situations like this.

Unfortunately, Yuko sees right through this by reading her mind. She tells Yoru to stay put while she finishes her job, but Yoru has one more trick up her sleeve, leaving it to Mitaka, giving her her body back. Yuko, of course, knows what’s happening, but not until Mitaka actually regains control does she get worried. Whatever Mitaka is thinking of doing, Eco feels that her life is in danger.

We don’t really know what it is because they don’t say, but I think it’s pretty obvious that she plans to kill herself if Yuko doesn’t stop since Yuko is doing this all for her. And that’s the end of the chapter. Yeah, there wasn’t really anything that happened in this chapter, as you can tell, since it was all just a fight.

I suspect that this might be common for a little while as things are really starting to ramp up in Part Two. That’s kind of all I have to say for this chapter, other than it’s a good reminder for how good at paneling Fujimoto is when it comes to fights. Anyways, I’ll see you guys next week. Have a good one!

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