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The Promised Neverland has surprisingly returned for a new bonus chapter, and it fills in as a prequel for Ray setting up the occasions of the first arrangement. With Viz Media authoritatively publishing this new chapter close by the rest of the Weekly Shonen Jump passages, we presently realize it’s a Ray centered prequel. Running for 17 pages altogether, this new chapter is set before the events of the first arrangement.

As The Promised Neverland it’s uncovered from the get-go that Ray really has a photographic memory, and had been wanting to get away from Grace Field House for quite a long while before including Emma and Norman.

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This unique section really investigates this for somewhat longer than it did in the first arrangement.

The uncommon part observes a youthful Ray at first creation the disclosure that the children in Grace Field House are being reared as food. He starts to make sense of things as the months and years go on, yet with each new day he begins to surrender increasingly realizing that his companions are gradually being relinquished as food without knowing it. The prequel then observes the youthful Ray to settle on his underlying choice to make himself a double crosser to keep himself alive, yet additionally get him future time up with an arrangement.

With the last snapshots of the prequel, he sets the occasions of the main arrangement moving with the expectations of wrapping Emma and Norman into it.