The latest installment of the Chainsaw Man manga, Chapter 133, delved into the next arc, taking a slightly different approach with less action. Denji’s affection for Nayuta was put to the test through an ultimatum. While all along Public Safety emerged as a potential adversary for him to overcome. As we anticipate the upcoming chapters, it’s understandable that you’re eager to know when they will be released. Thankfully, we are here to provide you with all the information you need about the release date and spoilers for Chainsaw Man Chapter 134.
When Can You Expect Chainsaw Man Chapter 134 to be Released?
To begin with, Chainsaw Man Chapter 134 is scheduled to be released on June 27 at 8 a.m. PST and 11 a.m. EST, exclusively through the official Shonen Jump app and website.
This maintains the series’ recent trend of weekly releases, deviating from its usual biweekly pattern. This is excellent news for fans as it means we won’t have to wait as long to witness the convergence of the various plot threads and storylines.
It’s worth noting, however, that raw scans of the upcoming chapter will not be available before its official release. This is because Chainsaw Man is a digital-only series and is simultaneously released worldwide. Consequently, no print version can be unlawfully uploaded before the designated publication date.
What Can We Expect in Chapter 134? Theories and Speculations
Moving forward, you may be wondering about the events that will unfold in Chainsaw Man Chapter 134. There are several possibilities to consider.
Considering the heavy focus on Denji and Nayuta in Chapter 133, the next chapter may shift our attention back to Asa and Yoru. Their relationship has undoubtedly been strained following their encounter with the Falling Devil. Asa, in particular, is likely grappling with complex emotions evoked by its powers. Additionally, their complicated connection with Chainsaw Man will only intensify once Asa discovers that Denji and Chainsaw Man are the same.
However, it is equally plausible for the chapter to continue its focus on Denji and Nayuta. Both characters find themselves targeted by Public Safety. It is improbable that they will passively accept the group’s threats of death and imprisonment. They may engage in a confrontation sooner rather than later, and Public Safety might even emerge as the main antagonist of the current arc.
Nonetheless, it is important to remember that these are mere speculations. We can only find out what lies ahead once Tatsuki Fujimoto completes the chapter and releases it next week.