Chainsaw Man 116: Asa Reminds Denji of His Friendship With Power

Part 1 of Chainsaw Man led to tragedy for protagonist Denji. After an intense interval of motion, loss and manipulation, he was left together with his closest mates lifeless, needed to kill the individual he idolized most, and have become a guardian for a kid who mirrored the one that made his life hell. However, the sequence’ second half has Denji dwelling in higher circumstances.

Instead of working for Public Safety underneath Makima’s agency grasp, Denji resides a comparatively regular life as a highschool scholar. Through this, he is discovered surprising companionship together with his schoolmate Asa Mitaka — who’s secretly a vessel for the War Devil. Ignorant of her sinister secret, Denji sees a mirrored image of Power in Asa, and it leads to a heartwarming second.

Power and Denji initially had a rocky relationship however grew to become shut mates all through their time at Public Safety. Previously, the pair had been unfamiliar with human bonds and lived fending for themselves, however after shifting in with Aki Hayakawa the dynamic duo blossomed. After their journey to hell within the “International Assassins” arc, Denji comforted Power and helped her via extreme PTSD stemming from her expertise with the Darkness Devil. As such, Power thought of Denji to be her very first good friend and valued him extremely. As talked about by Makima, the blood fiend grew to become a sister determine to Denji, and the 2 usually bickered like siblings.

Power has a recognizable persona, as her otherworldly confidence and extroverted declarations made her troublesome to miss. The blood fiend would usually declare her magnificence and wit, constantly attempting to show to Denji and their friends that she was the strongest satan hunter resulting from her standing as a fiend. She was extremely egoistical and sometimes claimed to be able to doing issues she could not, solely to desert them midway via when the scenario turned bitter.

Power was additionally extraordinarily gluttonous, and made a degree of claiming there was no distinction between human flesh and animal flesh — she would eat each. However, Denji misplaced this sisterly presence when Power was in a position to betray Makima and sacrificed herself to avoid wasting him in Chainsaw Man‘s “Control Devil” arc.

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