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The Promised Neverland: Shueisha advertises the end of the manga

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Published on May 11, 2020

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Through the pages of the 23rd issue of Weekly Shonen Jump, which is available in Japan for purchase and online stores, Shueisha began to probe the ground for the final of The Promised Neverland, the manga written by Kaiu Shirai and designed by Posuka Demizu, planning a “special project”.

At the moment we don't know when actually the work would come to its conclusion, but for the moment the magazine is limited to advertise an epilogue that will come “soon”.

The manga is back to the publication in number just available of Shonen Jump with chapter 176 after a short period of pause, which in detail are reported in our previous article.

Emma, Norman and Ray live happily since birth in an orphanage, surrounded by a dense forest, cared for by a loving “mom”. Their illusion of normalcy falls apart when they discover what really happens to those who leave the house to be “adopted”, and what's behind it is the wall that delimits the forest: the kids do not remains that wits to try to escape. Begins a deadly game of cat and mouse!

The Promised Neverland is written by Kaiu Shirai and designed by Posuka Demizu on the pages of the weekly magazine of Weekly Shonen Jump, from 1 August 2016. The manga currently has come to the chapter number 176, with 18 volumes published.

In Italy the work is published by J-POP with the first 14 volumes available.

On the 4th of June 2018 has been released in Japan and online stores in the first light novel inspired by the manga. The story is focused on co-star Norman, who, on the day of his expedition, talks about his memories lived with Emma and the other children of the orphanage, Grace Field House through a letter addressed to them. The novel is written from Nanao. The second, focused on the mother Isabella and sister Krone, is available from the 4 January 2019. It was also announced a third novel about “that character”, but all the details are currently unknown.

Produced by CloverWorks, the first animated series inspired by the manga has been aired in Japan from January to march 2019. In Italy it is visible legally with subtitles in Italian through the streaming platform VVVVID. The second anime series will arrive in January 2021.

TOHO on 18 December 2020 and will distribute in the japanese cinemas of the first film, a live-action with real actors in flesh and bones, inspired by the manga series.

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