BNA: Brand New Animal Manga Ends
Photo: Studio Trigger

BNA: Brand New Animal manga‘s most recent chapter confirmed in in Shueisha’s Tonari no Young Jump web magazine on Friday that the manga series will end in the next chapter on September 9. 

Shueisha will also release the manga‘s one compiled volume on September 16.

BNA: Brand New Animal, is an anime TV series created by Studio Trigger and coordinated by Yoh Yoshinari. The series’ initial six episodes debuted on Netflix in Japan in March 2020; one more six episodes debuted in May of that very year. The series likewise broadcasted on Fuji TV’s +Ultra anime programming block from April to June 2020.

A manga by Asano started in Shueisha’s Tonari no Young Jump web magazine on May 29, 2020.

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A prequel novel BNA Zero: Massara ni Narenai Kemono-tachi (The Animals That Can’t Be Brand New) by Nekise Ise was delivered on April 23, 2020.

The story of the anime has been officially portrayed as following:

The series is set in a world where humans co-exist with a branch of humanity called Beastmen, who face persecution due to their ability to turn into humanoid animals through a trait in DNA called “Beast Factor”. The series centers on Michiru Kagemori, a young teenage girl who suddenly turned into a tanuki beastman after her best friend Nazuna Hiwatashi was abducted following a blood transfusion. Michiru ran away to seek refuge in Anima City, a haven made for the Beastmen, and meets the mysterious wolf beastman Shirou Ogami who works for the city’s mayor Barballet Rosé. The two work to investigate the circumstances of Michiru’s transformation while keeping the peace in Anima City, only to stumble into a conspiracy involving Sylvasta Pharmaceutics-a prestige medical research center in Anima City-whose unsavory employees were responsible for accidentally providing the blood used in Michiru’s transformation along with Nazuna’s, who the company placed in a cult to claim herself as the Beastmens’ guardian deity known as the Silver Wolf. But Michiru learns the real Silver Wolf is Shirou, who forced to reveal his true power when dealing with the Sylvasta researcher Yata, who mutated into a berserk monster following his arrest.

Michiru learns Shirou is an immortal who gained his powers as sole survivor of Nirvasyl, a city of Beastmen that was destroyed a millennia ago by humans, and dedicated himself to protecting his kind. Alan Sylvasta, the owner of Sylvasta Pharmaceutics, reveals the Beastmen of Nirvasyl were actually victims of a stress-induced phenomenon called Nirvasyl Syndrome that caused them to kill each other before being finished off by the humans. Alan also explains that he is resolving the issue with Nazuna pretending to be the Silver Wolf to reduce stress while he developed a drug to render Beastmen human should they go berserk. But Alan’s actual plan is induce Nirvasyl Syndrome, having Nazuna exposed on stage while revealing himself to be a Beastman from a pure bloodline. The pair also learn that the cure to Nirvasyl Syndrome is Michiru and Nazuna’s blood, averting the crisis with Michiru accepting her condition while remaining in Anima City to help Shirou protect it.” – Via Wikipedia


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