ANIME: The Promised Neverland includes reference COVID-19 in his sleeve


The Promised Neverland it is a anime that surprised his fans during the chapter 172 of your series of sleevethis to include a clear reference of the actual situation on the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and the images used to speak on the subject have been surprised to in social networks.

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The protagonist in The Promised Neverland call Emmahe came to a new site after confronting one of his worst enemies and during a speech that he devoted to this character, he was able to see several pages that were written Coronavirus by all sides, being a hint on what has happened to the authors.

Kaiu Shirai and Posuka Demizu portrayed without censorship his view of the current pandemic Coronavirus and the followers of the manga series were not long in making known this reference in their social networks, highlighting the bullet from the protagonist on the commitment that can have the people to change this situation.

According to information from The Republic, “Emma and her minions managed to get into the clan base to confront their leader Peter, and this is where Emma decided to ask for a truce instead of a full run,” behind the texts of dialogue, not only made mention of the COVID-19, which also included other events that you have experienced the humanity in the present.

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The Promised Neverland came free in the magazine weekly Shonen Jump, this is due to the pandemic Coronavirus, and as part of a campaign of the publishing house for his faithful readers in Japan (mostly students), who have spent months of isolation in their homes.