The Promised Neverland is not leaving manga fans happy with its recent anime adaptation, as it changed several things that greatly diluted its impact.

The story of Emma and the other children at the orphanage promised to have great moments on television, but some fans have complained bitterly about its lack of intensity.

The latest example of this came with the most recent chapter of The Promised Neverland, where they showed a scene that culminated in the style of Batman v Superman.

‘The Promised Neverland deserves to be canceled after the second season’

Not content with taking away an entire arc featuring one of the most interesting villains, the anime adaptation of The Promised Neverland once again disappointed us.

This time it happened with a scene with Norman, whom we could see as a lonely and unforgiving demon hunter.

The big problem came in the last chapter, when he comes across a demon girl whom he cannot kill because she is named after her friend Emma. In the purest style of Batman v Superman.

As you can see, Norman stops when an old demon calls out to the little demon Emma, ​​which causes him to stop annihilating her just like when Superman asks Batman to save Martha.

The big problem is that this scene is not part of the manga, but was invented solely for the anime of The Promised Neverland with unknown intentions.


Due to the creative licenses they took for the anime, many fans have already started asking that they better cancel the second season, because it ruined everything they had built.

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At the moment it does not seem that this is going to happen, but if the pressure continues it is likely that we will not see the end of the story on television.


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