Warning! Contains reveal for Fabricant 100 Chapter 15!Neverland Promised LandIts brutal premise makes it Shonen danceits darkest series, but a new manga has given a twist to its central idea of being a lot darker. That series is Daisuke Enoshima’s Fabricant 100, which follows Ashibi Yao as he hunts down and kills Frankensteinian creatures known as Fabricants that murdered his family. These Crafters strive to obtain high-quality body parts to combine with themselves, prompting one to establish a farm similar to the one in The Promised Neverland.
In chapter 15, translated by Jan Mitsuko Cash, Ashibi and his companion Fabricant 100 defeat a Fabricant who is kidnapping children and harvesting their bodies. Before they die, they think back to one of the children they raised, who was shunned because of a mark on his face. One day, when they told this kid that they didn’t care about the label, she became very happy and began to become extremely close to the Maker. When the day came for her hands to be harvested, the child gladly relinquished them, stating that they were the sacrifice she was willing to make for the years of happiness she had found living with the Maker. create. This is an extremely twisted attitude that The Promised Neverland never explored.
Fabricant 100 makes The Promised Neverland darker
The Promised Neverland is a creative Shonen Jump manga by Kaiu Shirai and Posuka Demizu that ran from 2016 to 2020. The series focuses on a world where demons raise human children as farm animals, similar to this Builder raising orphans. But in The Promised Neverland, after learning of their fate, the children spontaneously rebelled and managed to escape. Although there are some betrayals and special children can become Mothers to escape their fate, none of the children suffer from Stockholm Syndrome and welcome their harvest. This makes their situation a little less worrisome than the one in Fabricant 100.
The comparison between the two series seems to have been established almost on purpose by Enoshima, as the unnamed orphan in Fabricant 100 is a red-haired girl who resembles Emma, the protagonist of The Promised Neverland. This makes the table describing her happy death even more unsettling. The fact that the entire flashback is narrated from Killer Maker’s emotionless point of view makes it all the more somber and sets it apart from other series that primarily focus on the human point of view. .
Hopefully Fabricant 100 will be even darker
Of course, the entire first season of The Promised Neverland, set on a children’s farm with Fabricant 100, only delved into the idea of one chapter. But the manga’s darker undertones suggest that it’s more willing to be distorted. This isn’t the first time Fabricant 100 has taken a dark turn for a popular comic book series, but it’s the best example of that. And since Manufacturer 100its more episodic nature allows it to turn every Fabricant encounter into a disturbing episode, the series can rely on its new title being Shonen dancehis darkest manga to give fans even more unsettling stories in the future.
Maker 100 Chapter 15 available to read from Viz Media.