The Falling Devil’s snide request from Denji has left admirers dumbfounded and unsure of how to respond. Due in part to the fact that no one can fully foresee what Denji will say, he is an unusual shonen protagonist. Asa and Denji enter Hell in Chainsaw Man Chapter 128, “Main Dish,” and Denji meets the Falling Devil there. Denji requests permission to take one of Asa’s possessions back with him when the Devil commands him to leave Asa in Hell. Even the Falling Devil, a Devil, has her limits as she denounces Denji, calling him a “pervert.”
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Denji’s declaration drew mixed responses. Some readers thought Denji’s request was hilarious and perfectly in line with his persona, especially in light of the fact that he had previously employed a similar technique to save Asa from committing suicide in Chapter 127. One Twitter user with the suitable handle “denji’s PR specialist” brought attention to a minor but crucial point in the chapter.
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DENJI BECAME AN ASS MAN
THIS IS UNIRONICALLY THE GREATEST CHARACTER ARC EVER CONCIEVED pic.twitter.com/mKJq1IuvOT
— 🐥Dippsn™ (@EinDippsn) April 25, 2023
In the sequence, Denji uses the “Denji quip” to try to divert the Falling Devil long enough for him to catch her off guard while simultaneously pulling the rope in his chest to activate his chainsaw. However, the “Denji quip” has also confused and irritated some readers. While some people agreed that Denji’s statement was in character, they also thought it was offensive.
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as denji’s defence lawyer, he was just being silly pic.twitter.com/1YSxx9ztyR
— rosie (@asakurakii) April 25, 2023
Others claimed Denji’s request undid the development of his character in earlier chapters. Due to its mature subject matter centered around gore, violence, and sexual material, Chainsaw Man has developed into a fairly polarizing series since its inception in December 2018. Despite this, Chainsaw Man has received favorable reviews, with many praising the world-building and character development of mangaka Tatsuki Fujimoto. Additionally, Chainsaw Man has received many honors, including consecutive wins for Best Manga at the Harvey Awards. The series is one of the best-selling manga series with over 24 million copies in circulation.