Kusarigama, also known as Chain'n'toad is an A-Class Rank 36 professional hero for the Hero Association.
Chain'n'toad wears a frog costume and his eyes can be seen in the frog's mouth. His attire is a simple white kimono with a black belt.
He is a middle-aged martial artist with a goatee and mustache.
According to the Hero Association catalog, he has rather plain and dull personality but has a soft spot for children in which he wears a frog costume to appeal to kid.
Human Monster SagaEdit
Super Fight ArcEdit
Chain'n'toad appears in I-City and teams up with Butterfly DX, Narcisstoic, Peach Terry and Death Gatling to defeat the Hundred-Eyes Octopus, when Flashy Flash unexpectedly shows up. When Flashy Flash blinded the monster, it goes on a rampage and Chain'n'toad managed to saves Bone from falling debris. When Tatsumaki arrived and crushed the monster into a ball, he was scolded by her for not taking care of the monster.
Monster Association ArcEdit
He chain attacks Smileman twice and begins to surrond Garou.
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Psychic Sisters ArcEdit
Butterfly DX, Chain'n'toad and Forte greet their new neighbor Saitama as a means of showing their superiority. It is revealed that Chain'n'toad wears his toad helmet to gain popularity, which worked a little. </div> </div>
Appearances in Other MediaEdit
Pork Cutlet BowlEdit
Chain'n'toad was one of the many heroes which tried to attack the monster that was devastating a police station in order to get a lot of credits since it was an important emergency. However, he arrives at the scene when Saitama has already killed the monster.
Abilities and PowersEdit
Chain'n'toad is a low ranked A-Class hero, and therefore he can be expected to be decently strong.
Kusarigama: True to his name, Chain'n'toad choice of weapon is a pair of Kusarigama and he is skilled in using it. He was able to block some debris to save himself and Bone.
Ear Hunter: Chain'n'toad throw the fundo of the kusarigama at extreme force and speed at the opponent.
- His original name is a play on words of the terms "frog" and "kusarigama".
- ↑ One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 68, page 9-14
- ↑ One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 68, page 25
- ↑ One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 68, page 28-36
- ↑ One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 80, page 26-27
- ↑ One-Punch Man Omake; Pork Cutlet Bowl
- ↑ One-Punch Man Omake; Taste