Chainsaw Man is set to release a brand new episode, and you can see it first on Hulu and Crunchyroll!
According to Hulu, the prior episode was titled “Kill Denji” and featured Denji and members of Tokyo Special Division 4 as they entered a hotel to gather a portion of the Gun Devil.
However, due to the tremendous power of the devil, they ended up being imprisoned inside the hotel. What kind of things should we anticipate seeing in the seventh episode of the series? It’s about time that we found out.
Here is the schedule for the release of Chainsaw Man Episode 7 on Hulu and Crunchyroll.
“Chainsaw Man” (Episode 7): Plot Synopsis
The following is the story caption that was published on the official Japanese website for the seventh episode of Chainsaw Man, which was titled “The Taste of Kissing”:
“Aki gets stabbed by Kobeni for defending Denji. As soon as he spots him, Denji makes a beeline for the “Eternal Demon.”
As HIMENO continues to look at him, he suddenly recalls a word–” — The Story of Episode 07, courtesy of the chainsawman.dog website
In the preview for episode 7, Denji is seen transforming into the Chainsaw Man as he leaps down the hallway of the hotel (which is now on an inverted axis) and directly down the throat of the Eternity Devil.
After that, we see a glimpse of Denji’s Chainsaw Man hybrid form tearing through the layers of the Eternity Devil’s guts while wailing in agony the whole time.
After then, the camera shifts to Kobeni, who appears to be in a fog, and then we see Aki and Himeno snuggling together on one of the hotel beds.
The promotional video concludes with a view of someone placing flowers on a grave, followed by an up-close image of Kishibe, and then cuts to a group of people raising their steins of beer and cheering together.
“Chainsaw Man” (Episode 7): Release Date And Streaming Platform
In the United States, the debut of the seventh episode of Chainsaw Man will take place on Tuesday, November 22, 2022. The seventh episode of Chainsaw Man will be uploaded to Hulu and Crunchyroll for viewers to watch. Streaming information in its entirety can be found below.
Both Hulu and Crunchyroll will stream the launch of the next brand-new episode of Chainsaw Man on Tuesday, November 22 at noon Eastern Time (ET).
Crunchyroll has updated its online library with the most recent episodes of Chainsaw Man. Crunchyroll provides eligible members with a 14-day free trial, which can be obtained by paying $7.99 per month (or $9.99 or $14.99 per month for higher tier options), respectively.
Chainsaw Man is currently available to view on Hulu, which has a starting price of $7.99 per month (or $14.99 per month for a plan with no advertisements).
You can also access Hulu if you are a subscriber to Hulu Plus Live TV, or you can purchase the Disney Bundle for either $13.99 or $19.99 per month to have access to Hulu (no ads).
“Chainsaw Man”: A Short Summary Of Episode 6 “Kill Denji”
Chainsaw Man episode 6 was titled “Kill Denji,” and it began with the group becoming frustrated at becoming trapped by the Devil in the hotel; all of the rooms, hallways, and staircases all connect to each other, leading to an inescapable labyrinth for our Devil Hunters.
Chainsaw Man episode 6 was titled “Kill Denji.” As Kobeni passes out from tiredness and Arai experiences a panic episode, Denji makes the executive decision to take advantage of the situation by taking a short (power) nap.
They obviously have a very close relationship as the scene switches back to the hotel.
We then get a brief review of how Aki and Himeno became so close; sticking by each other as they are berated by family members of past partners and even becoming smoking-buddies; they are shown to have a very close relationship.
After completing her rounds of patrol, Aki reports that the Devil that the power had previously vanquished has grown to monstrous proportions…
and they are struggling its way towards them all along the hallways of the hotel. The Eternity Devil makes its presence known and makes a request to the Devil Hunters: it wants Denji to be killed so that it can consume him and then let the others go free.
Kobeni and Arai are convinced that this is the only way for them to get away, but the more experienced members of the party are trying to convince them that they shouldn’t kill each other because they only kill devils.
However, as their supplies of food, energy, and time continue to run out, cracks are beginning to appear in the relationships between the characters.
Kobeni lunges at Denji with a knife, but Aki steps in front of him and takes the blade into his side. At that moment, Denji has the epiphany that the only way to defeat this Eternity Devil is to fight it from the inside out… The hotel’s entire axis begins to tilt to one side.
It is also thanks to his sacrifice that the remaining Devil Hunters will be able to flee. The episode comes to a close with Denji performing a backflip down the Eternity Devil’s throat.
“Chainsaw Man”: Synopsis
Denji is a young man who lives in a planet that is inhabited by terrible creatures known as Devils. He is poor and has no family to support him. One day, he strikes up a friendship with Pochita, a Devil dog thing that is actually a literal chainsaw. Pochita is a chainsaw.
Things take a far stranger turn after that, as if what came before hadn’t already been strange enough. Pochita saves Denji’s life by fusing her soul with his in order to keep him alive after gangsters kill him.
This transforms the always ravenous and horny Denji into the titular Chainsaw Man, who ends up hunting other Devils for the mysterious Makima.
Makima is a woman who works for a governmental bureau of Devil Hunters, and she lures Denji along with vague promises of sex and fortune, even as she treats him as little more than a dog himself. Chainsaw Man is based on the manga and anime series of the same name.
Details Of “Chainsaw Man” Manga
The first chapter of Chainsaw Man appeared in Weekly Shonen Jump in December 2018, while the final chapter of Part 1 will be published in December 2020.
Since then, these 97 chapters have been compiled into a total of 11 volumes. Outside of Japan, the release of the series is being handled by VIZ Media, and three of the series’ 11 volumes are now accessible.
These can be obtained by shopping at Barnes & Noble, Books-a-Million, or Amazon, along with any other store that stocks manga in the normal course of business. Digital reading platforms such as ComiXology, Kindle, Nook, and the Shonen Jump app all make it possible to access the series.
The entire series is accessible for $1.99 per month to subscribers of the Jump app (along with the rest of Jump’s current series), and new chapters are published on the same day in the United States as they are in Japan.
It was revealed that what appeared to be the finish of the series was actually just the end of the first half of the story, and that the second will be released at some point in the relatively near future.
The next part of the story will focus on Denji starting school, which, knowing Chainsaw Man, will likely be more challenging than it sounds like it will be.
When the manga was finally finished, it was also revealed that a renowned animation studio called MAPPA had begun development on an anime adaptation of the story.
Unfortunately, its publication date is also uncertain at this time, but fortunately, the manga has plenty of material for anyone who is intrigued about Chainsaw Man to hold them over until the release date is announced.
“Chainsaw Man”: Characters
- Aki Hayakawa
- Hirokazu Arai
- Kobeni Higashiyama
- Eternity Devil
- Fushi (debut)
- Madoka (debut)