The Dark Fantasy anime The Promised Neverland has received two new key visuals. This is part of a promotion for the two upcoming winter events centered around the popular series.
The first new key visual was released alongside an announcement of the anime’s second season premiere date.
Here’s a larger photo of the promotion below:
According to the announcement, the second season of The Promised Neverland will air every Thursday on Fuji TV starting in January 2021.
Originally the second season was postponed due to Covid-19. The series had originally been scheduled to air in October 2020.
The following is a teaser and announcement for Season 2’s January 2021 premiere.
It seems they took the loss of the October premiere in stride. That’s because Fuji TV will also be rebroadcasting the anime’s first season this October. Fans can relive the first season while new fans can discover the series before season two.
The second visual was produced for the upcoming, “The Promised Neverland Special Exhibition.”
It was drawn by The Promised Neverland’s original manga artist Posuka Demizu. The gallery exhibition is being held in honor of the manga’s conclusion this past June with the publication of Chapter 181 in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine.
The exhibition will be held at Tokyo City View’s Sky Gallery from December 11th, 2020 to January 11th, 2021 and feature a wide gallery of exhibits including original manga drawings, behind-the-scenes material, and a new 19-page chapter of the manga which will be exclusively available at the event.
Tokyo City View is also hosting a special Twitter campaign, allowing fans to guess the content of the upcoming exclusive chapter for a chance to win free admission to the exhibition.
Fans can participate in the Twitter campaign by taking the following steps, as detailed in a translated guide provided by Crunchyroll:
“To join the campaign, you need to follow the venue’s official Twitter account (@tokyo_cityview), then choose your anticipation for the special episode from the four options below, and tweet the number with the two hashtags – #約ネバ展 and #約ネバ展描きおろしEP大予想”
1. A story about when Mujika and Sonju met
2. Records of the Ratli family staff at the farm
3. A story about Emma and her GF family after the conclusion
4. A story about what happened in the demon world after the conclusion
Are you excited to see the return of “The Promised Neverland? Will you be catching the re-broadcast?