The Promised Neverland is a story penned by Kaiu Shirai & illustrated by Posuka Demizu. They both launched The Promised Neverland in issue 34 of Shueisha’s Weekly Shōnen Jump on August 1st August 2016.
The Promised Neverland Manga – Update
The story serves the kids of the Grace Field House orphanage, who normally follow peaceful lives, and their life goes upside down when they find out that their guardians are simply growing them as demon food.
In the latest interview with series writer Kaiu Shirai & illustrator Posuka Demizu for FranceInfo, The writer indicated at the ending of the series as he simply thought the manga would be “20 or yet 30 volumes” running originally.
When The Promised Neverland Will End?
In the interview, Shirai details how he pitched the series to Shueisha with a script of about 300 pages. Shirai originally planned the course of the story until the edge of the Escape arc & doesn’t desire to overextend the length of the series. With ten volumes already issued in Japan, Shirai currently simply marks about “20 or even 30 volumes” for the manga as a whole.
The Promised Neverland being 50% through the story makes me want to catch up to the series soon.
— YonkouProductions (@YonkouProd) February 4, 2018
The report of that probable shock or upset fans that are now hooked to the manga, although ending the story on its own courses would be a much greater effect for everyone concerned. The supervising editor for Kaiu & Posuka’s The Promised Neverland series stated in an interview with Mainichi Shimbun’s Mantan news website that the series had touched its “turnaround point.” The word “turnaround point” applies to a midway point, though the supervising editor did not explain whether the manga is halfway done regarding length or if it has just reached the other of two main parts to the series.