Warning! Contains spoilers for Chainsaw Man Chapter 126!Worthy came back in chainsaw man Part 2 to hopefully finally show fans the ultimate power of the Devil of the Chainsaw. Although Denji is the main character of the series, in season 2, mangaka Tatsuki Fujimoto chose to focus more on two new characters Asa Mitaka and Demon of War Yoru. But with the introduction of Season 2’s biggest threat to date, Denji is making a grand comeback.
Chapters 125 and 126, translated by Amanda Haley, continue to chronicle the Fallen Devil’s reign of terror in Chainsaw Man as it searches for ingredients for its final dish, Asa Root Yoru. Of course, as it went about its business, various demon hunters were trying to kill it, bombarding it with bullets that gutted it. But the Falling Devil doesn’t care about all of this, saying humanity has yet to actually develop a weapon that can kill it. However, while human technology may not be able to kill it, the Chainsaw Man may have a better chance. When he appeared attacking the Fallen Demon at the end of chapter 125, it was stated that this was her first time on the menu. Denji seems to agree in chapter 126, when he tries to eat her, though the results aren’t quite what fans expected.
Chainsaw Man Highlights Chainsaw Devil’s Erasing Power
Denji eating the Falling Devil is a great flashback to one of Chainsaw Man’s most mysterious abilities. In the end of Season 1, Makima reveals that any Devil the Chainsaw Man eats is wiped out from the world. Makima intended to use this power to cleanse the world of extreme diseases, but was defeated before she could make the Chainsaw Man eat any demons. To ensure that she would never return, Denji ate her body in his human form, which didn’t actually remove the Demon of Control from the world but instead erased the present. its Makima body. This raises many questions, the most important of which is whether this complete deletion failed to be the result of Denji eating Makima in his human form or whether his hybrid existence has weakened his health. the power of the Devil of the Chainsaw.
Although the Devil fell out of Denji’s chest after he attempted to eat her, this fight will hopefully ultimately answer questions about Denji’s demon-eating powers, even though it raises many questions. Other questions. If Denji could indeed use the full erasing power of the Demon of Chainsaws, what would be their effect on Primordial Demons like Falling? And if an ingrained fear is removed, will it cause a drastic change in human nature around the world? Hopefully, this end of the war will answer some of these questions and shed some light on the exact nature of the Demon of Chainsaw’s eradicating power.
Chainsaw Man needs to show more than Denji’s eradication ability
These powers are sure to play an even bigger role later in Chainsaw Man Part 2 since Yoru mentions them when she is first introduced. Clearing up any fan misconceptions now and clarifying how they work will prevent confusion around them later. If chainsaw man finally showing Worthy eat a Devil in his hybrid form, it would make what was already shaping up to be a great battle even better.
Chainsman Man Chapter 125 available to read from Viz Media.