A leak confirmed that the second season of the anime adaptation of the manga series was written by Kaiu Shirai and illustrated by Posuka Demizu, Yakusoku no never land (also known as The promised neverland) will be broadcast every Thursday from January 2021.
Earlier this season was supposed to premiere in October this year, but due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on production, it was decided to postpone it to January.
Shirai and Demizu started publishing the manga in the magazine Weekly Shonen jump from the publisher Shueisha in August 2016 and finalized in June 2020. The publisher published the nineteenth and nineteenth compilations volume on July 19.
Cast of votes
- Mariya Ise like Ray.
- Maaya Uchida like Norman.
- Sumire morohoshi like Emma.
- Hiyori Kouno like Phil.
- Yuuko Kaida like Isabella.
- Nao Fujita like crown.
- Lynn like Gilda.
- Shinei Ueki like Don.
- Ari Ozawa like Conny.
- Ai Kayano like Anna.
- Mamoru Kanbe is responsible for directing the anime in the studios CloverWorks.
- Toshiya Ono is responsible for writing and monitoring the scripts.
- Takahiro Obata is responsible for the composition of the soundtrack.
- Kazuaki Shimada He is responsible for the animation direction and character design.
Synopsis of Yakusoku no Neverland
Life at the Grace Field House couldn't be better for orphans. Together with the other children and a friendly “mother” who takes care of them, they make a big, happy family. No child is ever overlooked, especially since they are all adopted at the age of 12. Their daily lives include rigorous testing, but after that they are allowed to play outside.
There is only one rule to follow: do not leave the orphanage. But one day two high-profile orphans, Emma and Norman, venture through the door and discover the terrible reality behind their entire existence: They are all cattle, and their orphanage is a farm that grows food for a mysterious race of demons. . With little time to complete an escape plan, children have to change their fate somehow.
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