Tatsuki Fujimoto's style is now well known to everyone who has read his manga. Fire Punch, Chainsaw Man, Look Back, Goodbye Eri, and all the other oneshots see characters that are drawn fairly simply but with character. The main expression of the author is in the moment Denji from Chainsaw Man.

Thanks to Studio MAPPA's ongoing anime, Chainsaw Man has now gained widespread popularity around the world, convincing many to read the paper volumes as well and therefore get closer to the original work. Therefore, reading it, one can come into contact with that color image of Denji in which the protagonist seems completely insane, with his tongue hanging out and a strange look in his eyes.

Norridzuan, a well-known illustrator working on Youtube, saw fit to adopt this expression from Denji and reject it with other styles. The protagonist and thus switched from Chainsaw Man to other manga, as can be seen in the video above. We start with the original illustration as a benchmark, of course, but then immediately move on to something new. In the second picture there is Denji drawn in Bleach style by Tite Kubowith an expression and physiognomy very reminiscent of Ichigo Kurosaki.

The first line then ends with a Denji drawn by Horikoshi and Kishimoto. The second line contains the styles of Denji in Death Note, ONE PIECE, Tokyo Revengers and Demon Slayer. Finally, Norridzuan's final four more specific suggestions focus on Jojo, The Attack of the Giants, Mob Psycho 100, and One-Punch Man.

Do you think the versions drawn by the illustrator match the style of the different mangakas? And did you know that Denji actually appeared in My Hero Academia?

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