The mishaps of Norman, Emma and Ray quickly captured the hearts of fans. The work of Kaiu Shirai and Posuka Demizu managed to give strong emotions to users, but to wait for the second season of animated ones The promised NeverlandThe authors illustrated the differences to the manga.

In a recent interview for writing the Promised Neverland Art Book, Shirai and Demizu entered into a discussion aimed at this illustrate the main differences between the animated series, the second season of which is about to be released, and its paper counterpart. According to the statements of the two versions, the adventures of the three protagonists are told in slightly different ways.

""I think the production is wonderful. As for the conversation between Emma and Isabella on the wall, I think it's okay to have a version where it happened. But I'm someone who likes exciting scenes so I wouldn't let any of the characters do the talking"said Shirai."The fun of The Promised Neverland's various media is the ability to have different visions of the narrative".

Demizu agreed with his colleague and also said that he did prefer the version they created in the manga. ""I love this scene from the anime. But if I had to choose between the two, I would choose the original version".

The Promised Neverland anime was created by Studio Cloverworks, a studio that fantastically brought back the events told by Shirai and Demizu in an animated version. While the second season of the anime is eagerly awaited, The manga is over at the beginning of the year, which brought the fans to a surprising end. Which version of the work do you prefer, the animated or the paper version? Let's find out what will become of the future of The Promised Neverland. The bloodiest scenes in the series were honored in this cosplay from The Promised Neverland.

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