After the battle in the manga room, the winner of the manga creation battle web series MILLION DAY It was explained BEAT & MOVEMENT from Naoki Fujita (right) and edited by Shihei lin (left), who is responsible for editing the manga Chainsaw man and SPY x FAMILY. The winner was selected by a jury that included the creator of. belonged to Chainsaw man, Tatsuki Fujimoto, and the creator of Hell’s paradise: Jigokuraku, Yuji kaku, the anime producer of Netflix, Kohei Obara, the editor-in-chief of Shonen Jump Plus, Shuhei hosono, and the deputy editor-in-chief, Yuta momiyama.

Fujita received 5 million yen ($ 45,531) for the profit, plus BEAT & MOVEMENT appears as a series in Shonen Jump Plus and an anime adaptation of the work that will air worldwide Netflix in the future. BEAT & MOVEMENT It is also released in physical form as a manga band. The story emerged as the last of the series’ four challenges. MILLION DAY featured six teams of manga creators and editors taking on the challenge of finding the winner. Each episode was posted on the YouTube channel. distributed Shonen jump weekly in eight episodes from July 2nd.

Chainsaw man synopsis

The story takes place in a world where demons threaten the peace of people and turn them into targets to be eliminated. Denji is a depressed young man who has sold several of his organs and works as a lumberjack and demon hunter to pay off his late father’s debts. Denji owns a dog (who is also a demon) named Pochita, who has chainsaws and with whom he does his work.

This is explained because humans can contract with demons. After returning home from a job, Denji is called by a yakuza to infiltrate a building and murder another demon. However, the plan was a trap to murder him under a yakuza contract with the demon to give them more power. But Pochita comes to Denji and joins him, becomes half human, half demon and acquires Pochita’s chainsaws.

Source: Comic Natalie

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