The Promised Neverland Ends Officially

The Promised Neverland Ends

The Promised Neverland ends has affirmed it will formally reach a conclusion one week from now with the following issue of Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine.

It was made even less clear with a few teases of peaks and an unavoidable finale in the course of the most recent couple of months. In any case, presently the entirety of that has reached a conclusion.

Part 180 of the arrangement closes with probably the greatest cliffhanger yet as The Promised Neverland ends affirmed it will authoritatively be reaching a conclusion with Chapter 181 of the arrangement.

The last arc of the arrangement has had an increasingly positive gathering in the course of the last barely any parts, notwithstanding, the same number of fans have been lauding the moves the arrangement is making as it gets ready for The Promised Neverland ends.

The Promised Neverland plot

The Promised Neverland ends

A group of the smartest kids at a seemingly perfect orphanage uncover its dark truth when they break a rule to never leave the orphanage grounds.

Once the truth is discovered, they begin to plan an escape to save all of the children. At Grace Field House, life couldn’t be better for the orphans.

The Promised Neverland ends with chapter 181 next week. The previous installment revealed Emma’s sacrifice and promise.

The Promised Neverland Chapter 179

The Promised Neverland ends in Chapter 179 has introduced Grace Field House kids to the human world. The children were already freed from the farm, where they were raised as demons’ foods. 

Even though the new world was free of demons, it was not like what Emma and the other orphans expected. They discovered that natural disasters, epidemics, food shortages, and a full war ravaged the world.

However, this was not the biggest shock in this chapter. The kids were dumbfounded after they realized that Emma was not with them.

Emma has seemingly woken up in a much different location. In the last part of chapter 179, she was shown lying on a mysterious beach while someone wearing a pair of boots approached her. 

The Promised Neverland ends has been disruptively gotten in the course of the last hardly any bends as fans have discussed whether the arrangement had lost the effect that had accompanied the Jailbreak and Goldy Pond Battle curves. These children have been battling for a tranquil future this whole time, and now we will see whether they have effectively arrived at that objective.

The Promised Neverland Chapter 180

Nevertheless, chapter 179 of The Promised Neverland was not the only installment filled with surprises. In the 180th chapter of the manga, the consequence of Emma’s new promise with the demon world was disclosed.

Emma previously told the other children that their sufferings were the only admission to the human world. However, she lied to them about what she had to give up to craft the new promise.

The demon took Emma’s loving memories of her family as a form of payment. 

Furthermore, the creature told her that she’ll never see them again. Since Emma ultimately cares for the other kids, she agrees with no hesitation.

Consequently, she is sent to a cold and far-off place away from the others, as shown in the preceding chapter.

What to expect in the finale

In the human world, the other kids are still searching for Emma. Even though Emma might not have her memories, she’s still got an emotional resonance from her family left. Thus, fans are extremely hopeful that the other kids will reunite with Emma. 

However, since the series is always full of surprises, it remains uncertain whether the creators will grace devotees with a happy ending or not. Followers of The Promised Neverland will have all their questions answered after the penultimate chapter’s release on June 14.

The Promised Neverland manga was designated for the tenth Manga Taishō grants in January 2017, getting 43 from the Manga Taisho grants’ “Executive Committee.”

The manga was additionally assigned for the eleventh version of the Manga Taishō grants in 2018, accepting 26 points altogether. The manga is published by Shueisha into seventeen tankōbon volumes as of January 2020.

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