Is Makima dead in Chainsaw Man ep 8? Assassination explained

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Is Makima really dead in Chainsaw Man episode 8 ‘Gunfire’? Assassination attempt explained as fans react to graphic episode.

Chainsaw Man has delivered its best episode to date, with ‘Gunfire’ having everything from tense sexual awakenings and giant snakes to character deaths and philosophical debates about food.

The episode featured an extermination attempt of the Public Safety Division, including Makima as she is on a train to Kyoto.

However, as the Chainsaw Man anime is adapting Tatsuki Fujimoto’s original manga, this means that we do know the fate of both Himeno and Makima after the assassination attempts in ‘Gunfire.’

So, is Makima really dead in Chainsaw Man episode 8 or does she somehow return later on in the story?

Spoiler warning: This article will contain spoilers for Chainsaw Man episode 8, as well as future content that has not yet been adapted in the anime.

What happened to Makima in CSM episode 8?

In Chainsaw Man episode 8, Makima is on a train journey to Kyoto to meet some ‘bigwigs’ who interestingly, she finds intimidating.

She says to another Public Safety officer that she is hungry enough to buy food at the Kyoto station, but that she will make sure that she is hungry for a lunch meeting at 1.

As the train enters a tunnel, the two men behind Makima and the two men infront of her in the coach draw pistols and open fire…Makima is shot in the back of the head.

As the camera slowly pans to Makima, she is seen slumped over in her seat with blood dropping down from a nasty bullet wound in her head.

The assassins are then head talking over the radio, saying “This is Team C, this is Team C, We are go.”

Is Makima dead in Chainsaw Man ep 8?

No; despite being shot in the head and appearing to be dead in episode 8, Makima does return to the Chainsaw Man story and is very much alive when she does so.

Chainsaw Man episode 8 adapted chapters 22, 23, 24, and some sections of chapter 25 of the original manga series.

Makima returns to the story in chapter 26, which is expected to be adapted in the upcoming episode 9, set to premiere on December 6.

In chapter 26, the assassins on the train are starting to clean up when Makima suddenly stands up straight; shocking her would-be murderers.

The next time we see Makima, she is stepping off the train in Kyoto to meet with two Devil Hunters called Kurose and Tendo – who are equally shocked to see her alive.

Makima has blood all over her clothes but appears to be unharmed…unlike the train assassins, who are seen with gaping holes in their chests.

By Tom Llewellyn – [email protected]

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