Me and Roboco Volume 10 Cover Pays Tribute to Chainsaw Man

There is little doubt that Chainsaw Man is currently one of the biggest titles in the manga world. So it's no surprise that Me & Roboco has decided to pay tribute to the Tatsuki Fujimoto manga. The cover for Me and Roboco Volume 10 has just been unveiled and it is an awesome homage to Chainsaw Man's first iconic cover.

The Me and Roboco Volume 10 cover has been revealed and it's an exciting change for the manga. In the cover, Roboco is shown poised like Denji in his Devil form in the first volume cover of Chainsaw Man. Check it out below.

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We're loving how Me and Roboco has paid tribute to Chainsaw Man and it comes at a perfect time. There have been a lot of updates on Chainsaw Man, thanks to the anime's new trailer, key visual, and voice cast reveal. In addition to that, the cover for Chainsaw Man Volume 12 has just been revealed. Needless to say, the tribute could generate some buzz for Me and Roboco.

This isn't the first time that Me & Roboco has paid tribute to another popular manga. In fact, the volume covers are an ongoing tradition of the manga as they have always drawn inspiration from other titles. Previous volume covers honored the likes of Doraemon, One Piece, Jujutsu Kaisen, Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, My Hero Academia, and Death Note.

Me and Roboco is written and illustrated by Shuhei Miyazaki and follows grade-schooler Bondo Taira who finds himself in possession of Roboco, a clumsy maid robot. With Roboco to help him, Bondo's life is never boring and always weird.

Me and Roboco is also set for an anime adaptation which will be broadcast on TV Tokyo in the first quarter of 2023. However, the anime has not yet been given an official release date.

Related: Chainsaw Man Volume 12 Cover Celebrates War Devil's Arrival

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