‘The Promised Neverland’: ‘We Were Born’ one-shot manga to be released January

In just days from now, the Promised Neverland ‘We Were Born’ one-shot manga will be released!

Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine will be giving us a reason to be more excited for the Year 2021, The Promised Neverland!

The weekly Shounen Jump will be releasing the 4th one-shot issue of Kaiu Shirai and Posuka Demizu’s The Promised Neverland.

This will be titled We Were Born in the magazine’s combined fifth and sixth issue on January 4th in Japan.

“The Promised Neverland: We Were Born” Details

The one-shot tells the story of another The Promised Neverland.” It will also give the readers a clearer perspective on the upcoming season two of the anime.

The one-shot will be having a 32-page chapter, including a color page.

Furthermore, Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine recently released four one-shots. The first one was titled The First Shot, focusing on Ray.

Seeking the Sky of Freedom is the second one, which follows the story of Sister Krone. And the most recent one is A Mother’s Determination that revealed the truth behind Isabella’s actions.

Get ready for the upcoming season two!

The one-shot will be released on January 4th and is three days earlier than the upcoming season two of the anime.

This one-shot will be setting the stage for the upcoming season two of the anime this January 7th.

Season one of the anime was a huge success and making the fans begging for more. If that success means anything, then surely season two will be a huge hit.

Moreover, the first season of the anime adaptation of The Promised Neverland aired last January 2019. The supposed premiere of the anime’s Season two was last October.

The (COVID-19) effect on the production caused the delay. If you haven’t seen season one yet, you can check it on Funimation, Crunchyroll, Animelab, and even on Netflix.

After the successful anime, it caught Amazon’s attention and now developing a different, English-language live-action series adaptation of the manga.

Finally, the live-adaptation of the manga was opened on December 18th.


Image courtesy of JP Anime/YouTube Screenshot

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