The Promised Neverland‘s most up-to-date episode uncovered what happened to Norman after the first season. The second season of the anime adaptation has been at the focal point of furious discussion among fans as it has made some significant diversions from Kaiu Shirai and Posuka Demizu’s unique Weekly Shonen Jump magazine series. Perhaps the greatest change in the anime’s recounting the story is that Norman has been taken back to the series at a whole lot sooner time than fans of the manga had anticipated from the anime.
However, since he’s returned, what happened to him? Episode 6 of The Promised Neverland’s subsequent season formally reunites Norman with different kids from the Grace Field House, and he uncovers why he didn’t pass on true to form and was rather moved off to an alternate homestead.
An undeniably more vile sounding ranch brimming with tests performed on kids, Lambda 7214. Norman uncovers that after Isabella had taken him to the front entryway, he was rather passed to Lambda instead of be murdered like the others. This is a lab where demons tranquilized and experimented with kids to mass produce better quality meat.
Be that as it may, during these trials, a large number of the kids had created anomalies. Norman himself says he just stepped through exams so he’s fine. Yet, at that point, he affirms that he had gathered with more escapees and with a Minerva ally to annihilate the Lambda lab and break. Simultaneously, Norman took what he had gained from this lab to shape another medication to deteriorate the evil presences and is presently framing a full-scale disobedience to destroy him. It seems like a considerable amount has happened to Norman in the brief timeframe that he has been away from the anime series, and that group of his journey is essential for what is causing such a lot of discussion.