The Promised Neverland’s closing volume releases on October 2, attracting Kaiu Shirai along with Posuka Demizu’s dream series to a quite real, definitive close. Naturally, this can be quite a big bargain, and Shueisha is making certain we don’t forget about it: putting up large advertising in the center of Shibuya, along with launching a special retrospective website.
Apparently, this ad isn’t only supposed to capture the rebellious character of this story, but also inspire us in these difficult situations. A message was shared through various sockets describing the”situation” behind the screen:
Discussing that retrospective site, it isn’t open right now. But it does launch at midnight to Night JST, and several Screen Shots have been shared via J-Mag Information: you can see here it invites visitors to relive the Previous Functions of The Promised Neverland manga ahead of their Last quantity:
That might be sorely desired, especially considering that the show has been running for several decades past Fans may no doubt love the opportunity: The Promised Neverland includes an exact large, passionate following, as evidenced by its latest 25 million sales milestone.
An individual can therefore expect Even the Promised Neverland’s final volume, when it releases on October 2, to be a major success. It’s going also become just a little bittersweet for lovers of this show: Although we all have time two of those anime plus some bonus chapters on the horizon, this may definitely mean nicely and the ending for its original series. Just what a strange idea.
The advertising to get The Promised Never land’s closing volume is available right today besides this Hachiko sq in Shibuya, more or less the beating heart of their bustling ward. It reads”Humans aren’t feeble!” And features Emma looking out at the passers-by: