The Twitter artist known as ” OPALIS ( @OpalisArt )”, who specializes in creating whimsical illustrations, has left his followers speechless with a new illustration based on Makima , the serious and manipulative waifu from the popular Chainsaw Man franchise . However, OPALIS has shown her in a very different version than what we are used to, and that is that he has turned Makima into Nami from One Piece in the hot illustration that we will show below.
In the illustration produced by the artist OPALIS , you can see how Makima adopts Nami ‘s clothing and hair style , as well as some accessories such as the earring and the blue tattoo.
It is important to note that this version of Makima transformed into Nami has not been explored in the canon of the franchise and it is unlikely that it will be in the future, being a true curiosity. However, the combination of both waifus is impressive and a true visual delight for viewers.
Makima is one of the main characters in Chainsaw Man . She has the power of « Demon Control », which embodies the fear of control or domination, and is a demon hunter who leads one of the divisions of the « Public Safety Demon Hunters ». Makima has a serious and calm personality, but she is also cunning and manipulative, willing to do whatever it takes to achieve her goals. She also shows great admiration or obsession for the ” Chainsaw Demon “.
Makima first appeared in both the manga and anime in episode #1 and has gained the attention of many viewers, becoming one of the most honored characters on the internet in recent times.
Chainsaw Man is a Japanese manga written and illustrated by Tatsuki Fujimoto . It began to be published through the weekly magazine Weekly Shonen Jump that belongs to the Shueisha publisher since December 2018. When the Chainsaw Man manga came to an end in December 2020, the Shueisha publisher would give to know the news that the work would have a second part that began its publication on July 12 of this year.
In addition, the second part of the Chainsaw Man manga is available legally and for free through the ” Shonen Jump+ ” service. Currently, the Shueisha publishing house has published 13 compilation volumes in total and a few weeks ago it was reported that the work managed to exceed 20 million copies in circulation.
On October 11, 2022, the Chainsaw Man manga premiered its anime adaptation, consisting of a total of 12 episodes. The series was produced by animation studio MAPPA under the direction of Ryu Nakayama . The series is legally available through the Crunchyroll platform and has a Latin Spanish dubbing.