A leak confirmed that the manga was written by Kaiu Shirai and illustrated by Posuka Demizu, Yakusoku no never land, will have a special chapter in the 44th issue of the magazine Weekly shonen jump from the publisher Shueisha.

This issue will be published in Japan on October 4th and the chapter will be 16 pages long. Beyond that, no other details about it were revealed other than the fact that the leaked message starred Ray.

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 compilation volume on July 19.

The piece inspired an anime adaptation that was released in January 2019. A live-action film with minor changes to the plot will be released on December 18th. A second season of the anime has been confirmed to premiere in October 2020, but due to the current health situation in Japan, it will now be released in January 2021.

Synopsis of Yakusoku no Neverland

Life at Grace Field House couldn't be better for the 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 by the age of 12. Their daily life involves rigorous tests, but after that they are allowed to play outside.

There is only one rule that you must 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, the children must somehow change their fate.

Source: WSJ manga

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