Can’t Wait for Chainsaw Man Chapter 133? Discover the Exact Release Times Here

chainsaw man chapter 133 release date

Chainsaw Man Chapter 133 Release Date: Chapter 133 of Tatsuki Fujimoto’s Chainsaw Man is set to be released on Tuesday, June 20, 2023. The chapter will be made available to readers for free on the Viz Media website, Shōnen Jump, and the Manga Plus app. Paying members of Shōnen Jump Plus can also access the entire series library.

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Release Time for Chainsaw Man Chapter 133

Here are the specific release times for Chapter 133 based on different time zones:

  • Pacific Time (PST): 8 a.m.
  • Mountain Time (MST): 9 a.m.
  • Central Time (CST): 10 a.m.
  • Eastern Time (EST): 11 a.m.
  • UK Time (BST): 4 p.m.
  • European Time (CEST): 5 p.m.
  • Indian Time (IST): 8:30 p.m.

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Recap of Chainsaw Man Chapter 132

In the previous chapter, Chapter 132, the story continued from where it left off, with Nayuta at school. She used her powers of control to take her friends’ desserts before the children started discussing the absent students. Suddenly, armed men stormed into the school and captured Nayuta. Meanwhile, Asa woke up in a hospital and witnessed the deaths and injuries caused by her and Denji’s encounter with the Falling Devil. Later, she watched a TV broadcast featuring Haruka Iseumi, who was trying to recruit people for his “Chainsaw Man Society for World Peace” group.

The focus then shifted to Denji, who was stripped down to his underwear and tied to a chair. Hirofumi Yoshida, addressing Denji, expressed his satisfaction in “protecting” him. This angered Denji, who demanded to know the whereabouts of Asa, Nayuta, and the dogs. Yoshida responded by claiming they were also under his protection. Denji threatened to kill him and sarcastically offered sexual favors as a sign of gratitude. This peculiar ending created a buzz among the Chainsaw Man fanbase.

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Fujimoto’s unconventional series has become one of the most popular properties in the modern animanga industry, often mentioned in the same breath as Hell’s Paradise and Jujutsu Kaisen as part of the “Shonen Dark Trio.” Despite the ongoing success of the manga, the anime adaptation by Studio MAPPA has struggled with DVD sales, particularly after rumors surfaced about an adult parody of the anime outselling the mainline series. Nonetheless, Chainsaw Man fans remain dedicated, actively participating in the fandom by creating unique artworks, including an illustration inspired by CSM Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.

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