The Temptation of Surrendering Control in Chainsaw Man (Part 1)

Source: Chapter 1, Chainsaw Man By: Beata Garrett | @clearsummers If you haven’t heard of Tatsuki Fujimoto’s Chainsaw Man, buckle your seat and get ready because you’re in for a wild one.  Chainsaw Man is a manga that began publication in 2018. Since then, it’s exploded and received an anime adaptation. Part 2 also began its serialization this month. The art is wonderfully over the … Continue reading The Temptation of Surrendering Control in Chainsaw Man (Part 1)

Goodbye, Eri Analysis (Part Two)

Source: Tatsuki Fujimoto, Goodbye, Eri By: Beata Garrett | @clearsummers Welcome back to Part Two of my Goodbye, Eri analysis. In Part One, I touched upon some of the themes in Tatsuki Fujimoto’s excellent one-shot and focused on how film is used to remember those we love and the conundrum of who deserves to be remembered. In Part Two, I’ll expand upon these themes. Thank you … Continue reading Goodbye, Eri Analysis (Part Two)

Goodbye, Eri Analysis (Part One)

Source: Tatsuki Fujimoto, Goodbye, Eri By: Beata Garrett | @clearsummers What is there to say about Tatsuki Fujimoto, the creator of Chainsaw Man, Fire Punch, and the devastating one-shot, Look Back? We could dive into so many aspects of his works. I love Fujimoto’s stories because he does ultraviolence in a way that cracks open the shell of humanity. Fujimoto’s work is raw, funny, and … Continue reading Goodbye, Eri Analysis (Part One)