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This is how Chainsaw Man’s vomitive kiss looks uncensored

The seventh episode of the anime adaptation of Chainsaw Man was quite controversial at the time, because the scene of the kiss with vomit that Himeno gives Denji within the story, ended up being censored so as not to hurt sensibilities of the viewers. Indeed, the scene is completely gross, to say the least, but many pointed out that in the manga it appears uncensored and that it had been promised that MAPPA would not censor any aspect of the work.

In the story, Himeno decides to fulfill the promise she made about giving a kiss on the mouth to whoever killed the Demon of Eternity, and having been Denji who did such a feat, it’s up to him to receive Himeno’s lips. Nevertheless, Because they were celebrating a good job done at a restaurant-bar, Himeno was completely drunk and ends up throwing up in Denji’s mouth while she was kissing him..

However, one of the fans decided not to leave it at that. The artist “Vich (@JblenV)He decided to get down to work and uncensor vomit, beginning with the publication of a frame that he shared on November 24. Nevertheless, when he saw the huge amount of reactions he racked up, he decided to edit the entire sequence. Now you can finally see what this scene would have looked like uncensored:

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Definitely, the icing on the cake is the moment in which Denji swallows all the vomit, which gives the scene an extra grossness. However, it should be noted that even if a director wants to show some uncensored bits, Japanese TV has restrictions on what can be shown during certain time slots. This includes things like vomit, which usually ends up being censored with mosaic or rainbow rain.

The series has been broadcast since October 11 in Japan and is confirmed with a total of twelve episodes, while the platform crunchyroll is in charge of its distribution in the West. On the other hand, Fujimoto began the publication of the manga Chainsaw Man in the magazine Weekly Shōnen Jump from the publisher Shueisha in December 2018, finishing the first part in December 2020. The second part of the work moved to the digital service Shōnen Jump Plus, where it has been published since July 2022.

Synopsis for Chainsaw Man

The story takes place in a world where Demons threaten the peace of humans, making them targets to be eliminated. Denji is a depressed young man who has sold several of his organs and works as a lumberjack and demon hunter to pay off his late father’s debt. Denji owns a dog (which is also a demon) named Pochita, who has chainsaws and which he uses to do his work.

This is explained because humans can make contracts with demons. After returning home from a job, Denji is called by a Yakuza to infiltrate a building and kill another demon. However, the plan was a trap to assassinate him as part of a Yakuza contract with the demon, gaining them more power. But Pochita comes to Denji’s aid and bonds with him, becoming a half-man, half-demon and acquiring Pochita’s chainsaws.

Font: @JblenV on Twitter

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