Shonen Jump Fabricant 100’s Master Manipulator Draws Parallels to Chainsaw Man’s Makima
The latest addition to Shonen Jump’s manga lineup, “Fabricant 100” by Daisuke Enoshima, introduces a mysterious manipulator at the helm of the enigmatic organization Mortsafe. This new character’s tactics shed light on the ease with which Makima, from Tatsuki Fujimoto’s hit manga “Chainsaw Man,” managed to manipulate Denji. While the two series may seem vastly different at first glance, a closer look reveals intriguing parallels that offer valuable insights into the art of manipulation.
The Manipulative Mastermind: A Revelation in Fabricant 100
In Chapter 6 of “Fabricant 100,” readers meet the head of Mortsafe, a young girl found in a contemplative stance, akin to the genius detective L from “Death Note.” Welcoming Fabricant 100 into her organization, she remains uncertain about Ashibi, the other main character. Her key advice to the pair revolves around the importance of predictability in pawns. Fabricant 100’s motivation is solely to protect Ashibi, intending to claim his body parts once all other Fabricants are eliminated. However, Ashibi’s complexity and empathy for humanlike fabricants may make him a more challenging target for manipulation.
Drawing Parallels to Chainsaw Man’s Makima
The lessons on manipulation found in “Fabricant 100” also resonate with the narrative of “Chainsaw Man.” Denji, the protagonist, desires a physical relationship with a woman, which Makima exploits to her advantage. She offers romantic rewards in exchange for his obedience, using her knowledge of his desires to turn him into a mindless follower and, ultimately, control him as the Control Devil.
Should the manipulator in “Fabricant 100” bear any resemblance to Makima, it is possible that she has analogous schemes in store for both Ashibi and Fabricant 100. Given the latter’s immense power and single-minded focus, she could wield him effectively in her schemes. However, Ashibi’s unpredictability could complicate her efforts, much like how having a friend like him might have protected Denji from Makima’s control in “Chainsaw Man,” possibly altering the tragic outcome.
A Promising Character Emerges
While the leader of Mortsafe’s motivations remains largely undisclosed, the prospect of her being a mix of Makima and L makes her an intriguing character to watch. Effective and menacing manipulators like Makima are rare in the Shonen Jump series, and if she lives up to that standard, “Fabricant 100” could venture into exciting and unexpected directions. This presents an opportune moment for “Chainsaw Man” fans seeking similar characters to explore “Fabricant 100” and witness her elaborate plans unfold.
In “Fabricant 100,” a skilled manipulator emerges, evoking intriguing parallels with “Chainsaw Man’s” Makima, prompting contemplation on the similarities between the two series. By showcasing the ease with which these manipulative characters wield their power, the manga offers valuable insights into the nature of manipulation itself. As the plot of “Fabricant 100” unfolds, readers can eagerly anticipate how this enigmatic character’s influence will shape the story, making it a thrilling addition to Shonen Jump’s lineup for those seeking characters as captivating and cunning as Makima.