Where To Read Chainsaw Man Online For Free

Chainsaw Man
Chainsaw Man

The much-anticipated adaptation to Tatsuki Fujimoto’s Chainsaw Man manga turned out to be a blast. The anime’s lively visuals, fast-paced story, and action sequences on a loop never let you get bored for a moment. But all that’s owed to the manga and there’s only so far as to what the anime can adapt in terms of details.

After starting publication in the Weekly Shōnen Jump in 2018, the manga has since proven itself as a worthy addition to be named besides Shōnen classics like Naruto and Jujutsu Kaisen. It has already amassed over 100 chapters too, and as such, there’s a lot more for you to catch up on with Denji’s story if you’re in the mood. So here are a few places where you can read Chainsaw Man online.


Where Can I Read Chainsaw Man Online?

Out of all the available outlets, hands down the MANGA Plus website and app by Shueisha are the best places to binge-read some Chainsaw Man. Why we say so is because the series is available there to read absolutely for free, though keep in mind it’s only once per chapter. But that’s not all, the MANGA Plus app is literally full of trending and the greatest manga series of all time including One Piece, My Hero Academia, and so much more.

For diversity’s sake, we’ll tell you about a handful of other sources where you can read Chainsaw Man online too, like Mangadex and ComiXology. Aside from that, if you’re looking to load up on some hard copies, then Amazon and Indigo are the way to go. Want our take? Nothing beats seeing the gory fights more than in the physical volumes.


What Is Chainsaw Man About?

Denji’s life keeps taking turns for the worse, first with the death of his father, and then with the Yakuza coming after him for his father’s unsettled debts. While working a Devil hunting gig for the Yakuza, things backfire, and he’s killed, but does he stay dead? Well, not for long as Pochita, his beloved pet and the Devil of Chainsaws, merges with him and resurrects him as the wicked and badass Chainsaw Man.

One thing leads to another and our boy Denji ultimately lands himself a job in the Public Safety Division, a government firm running all Devil hunting operations. Now becoming an official slayer himself, Denji’s off fighting bad guys with Power, Aki, and Makima by his side— for the most part.

With the anime adaptation out now and the Chainsaw Man: Part 2 manga finally hitting bookshelves, this seems like the perfect time to jump right into Tatsuki Fujimoto’s jaw-dropping action series, so be sure to read the Chainsaw Man manga online from the above-listed sources.

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