I will be frank, my eyes are still wet from the courage and brilliantly constructed escape by the characters in The Promised Neverland.
While we may not get more of the same franchise, we are in luck because the manga creators, Kaiu Shirai and Posuka Demizu are working on their next project called DC3!
So we can count on the upcoming one-shot manga to be just as spine-tingling and expect it to take us on an emotional rollercoaster!
The one-shot, DC3, by Kaiu Shirai and Posuka Demizu, will be published in Weekly Shonen Jump on 2nd August. Furthermore, My Hero Academia will also receive a one-shot spin-off manga written by Yōkō Akiyama.
As we know, the fifth anniversary of The Promised Neverland is nearing and the last time, ‘Supernatural Photographer Saburō Kōno,’ was released in the Weekly Shonen Jump. The trend will continue as on this occasion ‘DC3’ will be in the spotlight.
We’re not sure of the ‘Sci-fi action’ manga’s plot, but it is said to be a 49-page one-shot manga. Some speculate that it may be connected to ‘Supernatural Photographer Saburō Kōno,’ but there’s no solid proof.
As we can see, several prominent manga characters such as Deku can be seen here. The iconic black and white theme has been maintained as expected, with many things going on.
It’s enough to get a novice confused and scared. However, once we dive into the world of manga and anime, the confusion melts into comfort!
The creators and the entire staff of My Hero Academia are as busy as ever with the upcoming movie and the manga!
That’s right, as mentioned previously, My Hero Academia is getting a spin-off one-shot manga, consisting of 17 pages, and is called “Boku no Hero Academia Tokubetsu Spinoff: Endeavor’s Mission.”
A lot of things are transpiring, and we are barely succeeding in holding our excitement in! However, August is not that far, so cheer up!
About The Promised Neverland
Created by Kaiu Shirai, this series debuted in a Weekly Shonen Jump manga in 2016. Licensed by VIZ Media for an English Language release, this series has gained immense popularity, selling 4.2 million copies in a concise period.
The story revolves around the horrific truths of an orphanage discovered by three bright kids: Emma, Norman, and Ray.
Source: Official Twitter of Shonen Jump News, Weekly Shonen News