Kaiu Shirai has confirmed that for the duration of The Promised Neverland manga, he has virtually no rest
“ The Promised Neverland ” has been one of SAUTER’s most popular manga for several years , which has motivated what is also one of the anime whose return is much awaited . However, what has been a trajectory of pure success did not happen under a path of roses, and is that today we were able to know the exhaustive work schedule to which Kaiu Shirai, its author, has been submitted for the duration of “The Promised Neverland” – ending the story weeks ago -.
The Promised Neverland, a constant sacrifice
Below you will find the tweet which extracts a fragment from a recent interview with Kaiu Shirai and Posuka Demizu, the people responsible for shaping “The Promised Neverland”:
As we can see Shirai-sensei, who dictated the story of “The Promised Neverland” while Posuka Demizu provided the illustrations, barely had a single day off during the manga’s four-year period . As much as these statements can be shocking, the reality is that it is not something strange in the manga and anime business. we met the current illustrator of “Dragon Ball Super” at the time.
In fact, the most recent example of clear labor exploitation as a method to advance the manga and anime industry looks like we’ll find it in ” Attack on the Titans “. It was yesterday that it was revealed why Isayama-sensei’s piece “decided” to change studios for its final season , something you can read more about below:
Ultimately, we will remember from “The Promised Neverland” that recently an additional chapter dedicated to Ray was created , especially when he learned about everything that happened in the orphanage. Additionally, we know that Demizu-sensei is working on a new secret manuscript regarding the franchise , so it looks like it’s not completely finished yet.