A few days ago, the results of the manga's second popularity poll were written and illustrated by by Tatsuki Fujimoto, Chainsaw man. While most looked at the top positions, those who checked out the rest of the results noted that the author Mengo Yokoyari ((Kuzu no honkai, Mokkai Shiyo?, Oshi no Ko) also slipped into the list.

Yokoyari had already sneaked into the first poll, got just two votes and ended up in twenty-first place. On this occasion, the author received 178 votes, reaching the seventy-first place, that is, exactly fifty places. It should be noted that Yokoyari is a fan of the series and is constantly posting illustrations and reactions regarding the development of the manga.

On the other hand, the poll collected a total of 620,045 votes, and the first positions were filled by Aki Hayakawa, Makima, Power, Denji and Reze, respectively. Fujimoto started publishing the manga in the magazine Weekly shonen jump from the publisher Shueisha in December 2018, end of the first part on December 14th. An anime adaptation is confirmed.

Chainsaw man synopsis

The story takes place in a world where demons threaten the peace of people and turn them into targets that must 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 which he does his work with. This is explained because humans can contract with demons. After Denji returns home from a job, a yakuza calls him to infiltrate a building and murder another demon. However, the plan was a trap to murder him under a yakuza contract with the demon and gain this more power. But Pochita comes to Denji to help and joins him, becomes half a man, half a demon and acquires Pochita's chainsaws.

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