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Gender Male
Status Deceased
Killed by Necro Macro
Age Early 20s
Branch of Sin Unknown
Affiliations Scar Chain
First Appearance
Manga debut Chapter 12
Anime debut Episode 8
Japanese Takao Mizuno
English Chris Cason

Kōmoto was a Deadman and a former member of Scar Chain. He died during the Deadman mass prison break.


At some point in the past, Kōmoto was imprisoned in Deadman Wonderland. Later, he joins a resistance faction within the prison known as Scar Chain.


Kōmoto had brown hair and silver eyes. He was always seen wearing a black hat with two white stars on the sides that he pulled down to be just above his eyes. He wore an orange quarter-zip sweatshirt with blue pants that had holes at the height of his knees.

In the anime, his left leg was a metal prosthetic.


Like other Scar Chain members, Kōmoto was a kind individual who was willing to give his life for the organization's cause.


Scar Chain Arc[]

Komoto dies

Kōmoto's death.

Kōmoto was present in Scar Chain's base when Nagi explained their escape plan for the last time. He joined the first Scar Chain group trying to escape to the elevator. When the group encountered a restricted area with sensors on the floor, they tried to go over them with the use of Yamazaki's unnamed Branch of Sin, but it broke and the sensors went off. A Necro Macro suddenly appeared and chased after them. It shot out a fluid of highly corrosive acid over Kōmoto. The fluid began eating away at his clothing, flesh, and bones, and Kōmoto fell to the ground, crying for his mother. The Necro Macro crushes and kills him in pursuit of the other members. As he died, Fujiyoshi attempted to run back to assist him, but he was ordered to keep moving for there was nothing that he could have done.


Branch of Sin: Kōmoto was a Deadman and as such, had the ability to freely move his blood outside of his body. His personalized Branch of Sin was never shown.

Differences between Manga and Anime[]

  • The anime reveals that his left leg was a metal prosthetic. The manga never actually depicted this.


  • In the English adaption of Kōmoto's death, he cried for help instead of crying for his mother.