The brand new manga box set “Promised Neverland” is 25% off at Amazon

Imagine this scenario: a seemingly idyllic life in which a small group of children are raised to be their best selves and spend their days learning, playing, and eating well in an orphanage under the guidance of a loving caregiver. But this paradise has a catch: a dark secret that the children discover and that forces them to embark on a journey that uncovers the truth about the world around them. That’s the premise of The Promised Neverland, a dark fantasy series that you can read in one sitting thanks to this deal for the complete manga box set that came out just last month.

The promised neverland
The promised neverland

Written by Kaiu Shirai and illustrated by Posuka Demizu, all 20 volumes are available in an extensive collection on Amazon. Normally $180, you can save 26% on this collection and get it now for just $134. In addition to all 20 paperback volumes, you will also receive an exclusive booklet and a double-sided, full-color poster to complement this set.

We won’t say anything else about the plot because it’s really best to go in blind, but if you like fantasy manga, this series is definitely worth reading. The art is elegantly detailed and wonderfully grotesque when it needs to be; the story progresses at an exciting pace; and the journey the cast takes is full of incredible ups and downs. The Promised Neverland received critical acclaim during its original release and also received an anime series, excellently adapting the manga for television screens.

If you want even more manga to grab and enjoy on a cold day as winter approaches, you can check out these deals for Berserk, Tokyo Ghoul, and Bleach.

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Chrissy Callahan

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