World & # 039; s End Harem: anime based on the post-apocalyptic sex manga announced

The digital magazine Shonen Jump + is still young but among its ranks it can already count names that are carving out a space in the world of manga. Among the best known are undoubtedly Spy x Family by Tatsuya Endo and Jigokuraku - Hell's Paradise by Yuuji Kaku, but another of the most famous and best-selling manga is World's End Harem.

Over the four years of publication, World's End Harem has garnered a lot of public as seen on the views on Shonen Jump + and sales of paper tankobons. Thanks to this popularity, it was possible to gain the transposition of the story into an anime.

The well-known insider Ryokutya has confirmed some rumors of the past few days, warning the public that World's End Harem will receive an anime. For now, no further information has been disclosed except that the adaptation will be aired in 2021. World's End Harem is a manga written by LINK and designed by Kotaro Shono since 2016 and published in Italy by the J-POP publishing house, which plans to publish the sixth volume in late May 2020.

The story revolves around Reito Mizuhara, a young man suffering from multiple sclerosis and who decides to hibernate waiting for humanity to find a cure for the disease. Upon awakening he will be cured but he will also find himself facing an apocalyptic scenario: a virus has exterminated all men and therefore the planet is populated only by women. He and four other boys will have to take charge of repopulating humanity impregnating as many women as possible, but Reito would only like to find Erisa, the girl he loves.


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