The second season of The Promised Neverland sparked a lot of discussion and was even considered the worst anime of modern times. The conclusion of the story of Emma, ​​Ray, and Norman has divided the community of Shirai and Posuka's work, which continues through new projects like Amazon's live-action series and a special exhibition.

According to the two posts reported at the bottom of the page, many fans have the opportunity to visit one of the most important locations in the entire series, namely the Grace Field House, the orphanage where the dramatic adventure of the three protagonists begins.

Reconstructed on the occasion of the special exhibition, it is actually a real building for let the public relive one of the defining moments in history, escaping these walls and discovering a dark and dangerous world inhabited by monstrous creatures. But without a doubt an interesting initiative Create even more empathy with Emma, ​​Norman and Ray, forced to live up to this moment in lies. The exhibition in question will take place from July 17 to December 30, 2021 at the Sony Music Roppongi Museum in Tokyo.

Keep in mind that Little Pixel interpreted Isabella perfectly with her fantastic cosplay, and we'll leave you to the reasons for the whopping season two flop.

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