約束のネバーランド 3 [Yakusoku no Neverland 3]
ドンとギルダの心に生じたエマ達への疑念。刻一刻と着実に迫りくるクローネ。ついに動き出すママ・イザベラ。脱獄を前にエマ達を取り巻く状況は一変し!? 永遠の子供達よ、絶望に立ち向かえ! 衝撃の脱獄ファンタジー!!

約束のネバーランド 3 [Yakusoku no Neverland 3] Details

Title約束のネバーランド 3 [Yakusoku no Neverland 3]
Author
LanguageJapanese
ReleaseApr 4th, 2017
Publisher集英社 / Shūeisha
ISBN-139784088810775
Rating
GenreSequential Art, Manga, Fantasy, Horror, Mystery

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約束のネバーランド 3 [Yakusoku no Neverland 3] Review

  • Maria
    January 1, 1970
    K R O N E. OKAY, first of all, her fiendish rape faces were, for me personally, the highlight of this volume. Some of the panels looked like something you can find in an Itou Juinji horror manga. Second, despite having been kinda incompetent for a villain from her introduction, she actually managed to redeem herself in her final moments. She made a difference! I’m so proud. This series doesn’t cease to amaze me. Great job on all the aspects.
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  • Victoria ♡
    January 1, 1970
    THESE GO BY TOO FAST AHHH
  • Shannon
    January 1, 1970
    Woooow shit is hitting the fan now. It's too bad I found this series so early because I want to keep reading ...This kind of reminds me of a tamer Attack on Titan or a Deadman Wonderland for nice kids. Very interesting concepts here and a series to keep an eye on.
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  • Ray
    January 1, 1970
    OH MY GOD THIS IS AMAZINGWhat the bloody hell? I can't even... oh god!I'm so baffled I can't even wrap up my mind around this.So many twists and turns, it's like someone plunged a dagger in my heart and keeps on twisting it.And that cliffhanger! HOLY MOTHERFUCKING SHIT WHAT THE FUCK WAS THAT!Just when I thought that mom couldn't get any creepier!You know what? Screw sleeping, I'm reading the next ones tonight.
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  • Iryna *Book and Sword*
    January 1, 1970
    GASP!!What is with that ending?? So many revelations in this one. So much creepy! And I have a feeling that series are only going to get better from now on. If that's even possible. My WEBSITEMy INSTAGRAMMy WORDPRESS BLOG
  • Dani ❤️ Perspective of a Writer
    January 1, 1970
    Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer...A Peter Pan retelling like you've NEVER seen before!! Emma, Norman and Ray are the brightest kids at the Grace Field House orphanage. And under the care of the woman they refer to as “Mom,” all the kids have enjoyed a comfortable life. Good food, clean clothes and the perfect environment to learn—what more could an orphan ask for? One day, though, Emma and Norman uncover the dark truth of the outside world they are forbidden from seeing.The Check out more reviews @ Perspective of a Writer...A Peter Pan retelling like you've NEVER seen before!! Emma, Norman and Ray are the brightest kids at the Grace Field House orphanage. And under the care of the woman they refer to as “Mom,” all the kids have enjoyed a comfortable life. Good food, clean clothes and the perfect environment to learn—what more could an orphan ask for? One day, though, Emma and Norman uncover the dark truth of the outside world they are forbidden from seeing.The PremiseThe pressure is on in The Promised Neverland vol 3!! Newbies Don and Gilda make a HUGE mistake with Mom even though they don't know it at first. I don't blame them at all for doing it though. How different really are they from their elders?! Well really they are miles apart we learn... Emma, Norman and Ray proceed with their plan, because the outside has got to be checked. They can't just run away without any idea of what they're heading into. Krone is a big problem for them as she knew Gilda was a weak link. I love how these three roll with the setbacks that come their way... The end though is EPIC!! I don't know how but I end up loving this series MORE after each volume.The BuzzSoooooo I am LOVING how Kaiu Shirai's mind works! Mom is so quiet in the previous volume that you would never suspect what is coming... Once I worked out how everything came about I was blown away. The twists are limited in the start of the volume and I sat back and was enjoying how the kids out smarted into stead of were constantly reacting to Mom...!! It's best you know no more than that but its neat what we learn about the world in The Promised Neverland vol 3. It really ratchets up the tension and put me on tenderhooks. Be prepared to have the next volume sitting next to you so you can immediately grab it to read on and learn what happened after Mom strikes! The FeelsOh wow... Don about broke my heart!! He confronts Emma, Noman and Ray... the thing is he knows why they did it. He knows that it comes from a good place. This is self worth causing conflict. It arises naturally from the characters. And I LOVED Emma's response. She rocks!! I want her as a sibling so bad...Ray! Oh my poor, clever Ray!! He is totally flatfooted in The Promised Neverland vol 3 and yet he buckles down and thinks through it. And these siblings are so in sync!! Norman reacts appropriately too and then Mom does something he NEVER in his wildest dreams would believe she would do. While they know Mom isn't on their side when you've thought of a woman as your mother for a decade its hard to let those beliefs about her go... but this did it. Emma, Norman and Ray won't be able to see her as Mom again. The VisualsThere is a little boy, Phil who pops up a lot in The Promised Neverland vol 3 and I just love it... he's a bit like an Easter egg you never know what he's involved in. Also make sure to read the notes from Kaiu Shirai as they mention other things in the art that impressed them. There were several full page frames and a spread that about blew my mind. The creep factor went up a touch in this volume because the twists were huge and graphic. And Mom... Mom is the most creepy of all! All of her frames verge on scary for me!! It's a combination of her actions and the art... Actually you should pay attention to EVERYONE's expressions because they tell you so much, but none more than Mom.The Promised Neverland vol 3 is a great installment in the series... you are seduced by the lull as Emma, Norman and Ray were... It's never good to have too many in the know. But they'll have to work with what they have to beat Mom... she's as smart as they are and maybe... smarter?! You've got to pick up The Promised Neverland series if you haven't already, its a tripy read!⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Authenticity⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Tension⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Plot⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ ArtThis is a multi-volume series and there may be references to the plot of those volumes... SO READ WITH CARE! Here is my review of 1 | 2 | 3 |______________________You can find this manga review and many others on my book blog every Monday @ Perspective of a Writer. See my manga and graphic novel reviews at the bottom of the page.Please like this review if you enjoyed it! *bow* *bow* It helps me out a ton!!
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  • Graham Wilhauk
    January 1, 1970
    Similar to other transcendant volumes of graphic novels, such as "The Sandman" Volume 2 and "Saga" Volume 7, this changed the series for good. With this volume, I've decided what this series reminds me of. It strangely reminds me of DEATH NOTE of all things. If you love the mind-game aspect of that series, you will ADORE this. I am LOVING this. Plain and simple. I am giving this one a 5 out of 5 stars.
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  • Cristina | Books, less beer & a baby Gaspar
    January 1, 1970
    The rhythm of the story is accelerating like crazy! I desperately want to read all of it!!
  • Aleksandra
    January 1, 1970
    The Promised Neverland is consistently good! The story keeps you on the edge of your sit, the story is smart and well-written. Some of the concepts and plot points could’ve been seen as too out of there and unrealistic, but the story is grounded and it’s easy to believe in the world-building and characters motivations. The art is stunning as always.My one concern remains from the previous volume is the portrayal of Sister Crone. I’ve mentioned it before so I just want to add that nothing has The Promised Neverland is consistently good! The story keeps you on the edge of your sit, the story is smart and well-written. Some of the concepts and plot points could’ve been seen as too out of there and unrealistic, but the story is grounded and it’s easy to believe in the world-building and characters motivations. The art is stunning as always.My one concern remains from the previous volume is the portrayal of Sister Crone. I’ve mentioned it before so I just want to add that nothing has changed.Despite it, I am very invested into the manga, the story of Emma, Norman, Ray, Gilda and Don (and of course Phil, we mustn’t forget the best boy of TPN).
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  • Chelsey
    January 1, 1970
    Seriously, this series is SO GOOD.
  • Iria
    January 1, 1970
    /dead/
  • Nelson
    January 1, 1970
    I better catch up with this :O really good.
  • amanda (*´-`)
    January 1, 1970
    ahhhh these go by so fast!!! I absolutely love the story so far...also, “mom” is a very creepy & interesting villain... ahhhh these go by so fast!!! I absolutely love the story so far...also, “mom” is a very creepy & interesting villain...🤔
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  • Doc
    January 1, 1970
    Another fine installment in the Promised Neverland series. Time is counting down and mistakes will be made, secrets will be uncovered, and death will be imminent as Emma, Ray, and Norman make plans to escape before they are given to an unknown monstrosity beyond the walls of their happy little lie of a community. Joining them Don and Gilda will take their own steps into a frightening truth shared by the trio alone until now and a new ally will appear just to meet their own unavoidable fate Another fine installment in the Promised Neverland series. Time is counting down and mistakes will be made, secrets will be uncovered, and death will be imminent as Emma, Ray, and Norman make plans to escape before they are given to an unknown monstrosity beyond the walls of their happy little lie of a community. Joining them Don and Gilda will take their own steps into a frightening truth shared by the trio alone until now and a new ally will appear just to meet their own unavoidable fate before the end of the book so be sure to read and get ready for the next volume because the time has been set by the end of the book (you'll know what I mean when you read it.) :)My favorite part of the book would have to be the big reveal of a new ally (sorta) being reveled but I'll let you guess who I mean when you read it yourself so you can savor the story like I did (which makes reviewing without spoilers super hard.) :)
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  • Sara Jovanovic
    January 1, 1970
    This is amazing.
  • Jessica
    January 1, 1970
    Loved everything about this volume! On the edge of my seat waiting for the next volume to arrive.
  • Joana Oliveira
    January 1, 1970
    Just... What the F........??????!
  • Elias Alexander
    January 1, 1970
    Omg. I need the next volume now. I can barely breathe. So many feelings
  • Helen
    January 1, 1970
    I am continuing on with this series and this one ended on a cliffhanger! I need to know what is going to happen to the children, specifically Norman! On to the next one.
  • Kelly
    January 1, 1970
    Shit is about to hit the fan at Grace Field House and I am living for it!This is one of my absolute favourite volumes of the manga. It gets better and better with each volume.
  • Darwish 3
    January 1, 1970
    * Authority and trust aren’t easy to gain.
  • Alex
    January 1, 1970
    An unlikely alliance. Multiple betrayals. And a cliffhanger that demands the reader jump straight into the next volume. This is a plot feast with twists and turns you don’t see coming.After the quality of the series took only a slight dip in volume two, I’m glad to see the drama and story weaving get back on track with volume three.Sister Krone forming a tenuous alliance with the kids came out of nowhere, but it made perfect sense in the context of her own story and motivation to supplant An unlikely alliance. Multiple betrayals. And a cliffhanger that demands the reader jump straight into the next volume. This is a plot feast with twists and turns you don’t see coming.After the quality of the series took only a slight dip in volume two, I’m glad to see the drama and story weaving get back on track with volume three.Sister Krone forming a tenuous alliance with the kids came out of nowhere, but it made perfect sense in the context of her own story and motivation to supplant Isabella as Mom. And just when you think Sister Krone is really going to help the kids escape, Mom senses the threat to her position, swoops in and plays politics to have Krone removed from the equation, but not before Krone gives the kids a little more hope.I loved the final page of this volume. Emma’s leg being broken by Mom showed Mom’s viciousness and how warped her sense of self preservation has become over the years. Can’t wait to see what happens next, as the kids are about to get shipped out. This series has been a hell of a ride up to this point. The art is beautiful, the plot is tight, and it keeps toying with your expectations. Just as you get comfortable and think you know where things are headed, the situation is suddenly complicated by the writers throwing in wrench after wrench into the plans of the heroes. Are there other manga with this level of depth and excitement? Please let me know! For now, I’m going to enjoy this one until the very end.
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  • Jlarinda
    January 1, 1970
    I've been reading TPN since it was barely leaving the initial GF arc. It's not just good, it's about the best shonen manga I've read, ever. Excellent characters & development, interesting & tight, well-executed plots, near no boring filler whatsoever, just enough horrible situations to raise stakes without turning it into some grimdark tragedy where you think the best outcome would be for someone to just end the entire cast. I don't think a single chapter has disappointed me so far.One I've been reading TPN since it was barely leaving the initial GF arc. It's not just good, it's about the best shonen manga I've read, ever. Excellent characters & development, interesting & tight, well-executed plots, near no boring filler whatsoever, just enough horrible situations to raise stakes without turning it into some grimdark tragedy where you think the best outcome would be for someone to just end the entire cast. I don't think a single chapter has disappointed me so far.One of my favorite things is hope and love and sparkles!! winning out, but also those not being framed as stupid - our protagonist Emma is a fantastic representation of this. She's idealistic and trustful and kind and wonderful, while smart and resourceful and realistic when it matters. Just about the best protagonist a manga could have. When the whole plot is about surviving and having a better life, about helping their kin, about making a better world than it is now, about living because others couldn't, you /need/ someone like Emma leading the way. You just can't help but cheer on her and hope she'll get the results she wants.Aside from that, I'll say the artwork is /incredible/, madly detailed, with amazing intricate backgrounds and a cast of hundreds of people who don't look alike and don't suffer from same-face syndrome. It's a shame this edition doesn't include the color pages, because the artist's work is beyond amazing and it should be fully appreciated.
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  • Elizabeth
    January 1, 1970
    This review might contain spoilers for the past two volumes.In this volume the kids continue planning their escape. This is a really good volume, but since I already know this part of the story I'm not sure what to say here. When I get to volume 5, then I'll begin to have first reactions to the story, but for now this is just a recap for me. I think the art style is improving compared to the first volume. I might just be getting used to it, but I kind of thought the art style was the story's This review might contain spoilers for the past two volumes.In this volume the kids continue planning their escape. This is a really good volume, but since I already know this part of the story I'm not sure what to say here. When I get to volume 5, then I'll begin to have first reactions to the story, but for now this is just a recap for me. I think the art style is improving compared to the first volume. I might just be getting used to it, but I kind of thought the art style was the story's weakest point, but I don't think that anymore. The back of the book says rated teen plus, that means 16+ according to some websites.Rated 16+ for disturbing images. there were two swear words. I kind of wanted to address Sister Krone's character. Her character is kind of drawn in a racist way... It's almost like a caricature. When I saw the anime at first I was shocked. I don't know why her design was created like that. I know she's a villain character, but you should be able to make your villains creepy and weird without resorting to racist stereotypes. That's my only complaint about this series.
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  • Rob McMonigal
    January 1, 1970
    Picking this excellent series back up after waiting my turn at the library wheel.In this volume, the kids learn more about their situation and are desperate to find a way out, with both Mother and Sister hot on their heels and the risk of being shipped out to be monster food growing day by day. The story builds really well here--and honestly, faster than I'd expect from a typical manga. We get more intrigue as the various factions interact and make dangerous choices. We learn just how evil Mom Picking this excellent series back up after waiting my turn at the library wheel.In this volume, the kids learn more about their situation and are desperate to find a way out, with both Mother and Sister hot on their heels and the risk of being shipped out to be monster food growing day by day. The story builds really well here--and honestly, faster than I'd expect from a typical manga. We get more intrigue as the various factions interact and make dangerous choices. We learn just how evil Mom truly is, but also that there might be a way out for the kids--if they can find it. The problem is, no matter how smart they are, they're still children. Each chapter really moves quickly, with a lot of twists and turns and revelations--that may or may not be true.I love the way in which the art switches from cutesy when everyone is pretending to dramatic, shonen-like action, with menacing, exaggerated features and looming horror. This is a great overall package, and I'm looking forward to getting caught up now that the library ordered the back volumes.
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  • Christian Romero
    January 1, 1970
    The Stakes get raised!Promised Neverland Volume 3 continues the great mystery horror set up by the Other 2 volumes. With the mystery surrounding the farm and Isabella being the focus of this volume you once again see the stuff that was cut in the anime adaptation. Making the Manga worth the read from the anime. While it mostly good stuff and I recommend it. I do have one complaint about the manga and the story in general that is the character of sister krone. She's basically introduced written The Stakes get raised!Promised Neverland Volume 3 continues the great mystery horror set up by the Other 2 volumes. With the mystery surrounding the farm and Isabella being the focus of this volume you once again see the stuff that was cut in the anime adaptation. Making the Manga worth the read from the anime. While it mostly good stuff and I recommend it. I do have one complaint about the manga and the story in general that is the character of sister krone. She's basically introduced written off just as quickly as she is introduce. Unfortunately the Manga follows the same thing as the anime arguable does it worse. Making the character kinda of pointless and yes she does play a key role to get the plot moving but it doesn't change the fact that she becomes rather obsolete quickly and unless it's all part of a bigger plan which I doubt it's becomes a plot digression. Other than that complaint the manga continues this thriller that always keeps you on the edge of your seat.
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  • Wing Kee
    January 1, 1970
    After the logic leaps of last book it’s a bit better this time. World: Amazing art, the backgrounds are great. The world building is also solid with new pieces in play and new history that gives the world a bit more depth. I like that we are seeing the world through the very closed and isolated point of view of the kids. Story: The story gets off strong and the entire book’s well paced. The stuff with the owl and the room and then with the reveal. Yeah I won’t spoil it for you but it’s well done After the logic leaps of last book it’s a bit better this time. World: Amazing art, the backgrounds are great. The world building is also solid with new pieces in play and new history that gives the world a bit more depth. I like that we are seeing the world through the very closed and isolated point of view of the kids. Story: The story gets off strong and the entire book’s well paced. The stuff with the owl and the room and then with the reveal. Yeah I won’t spoil it for you but it’s well done and the tension is strong. The imagery is very dark and makes you stress but it’s well done. Characters: Still a little wonky with Emma being okay with Ray but overall the emotions are good the internal dialog is well done and the point of views are good. Solid and suspenseful. Onward to the next book!
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  • Allybopolis
    January 1, 1970
    Holy freak! That's all I have to say after finishing this volume! Omg! When mom said "I got rid of her" and then Ray's face was just holy freak and he made a mad dash up the stairs! Then she came up behind him and said something along the lines of "I didnt need her anymore so i got rid of her... you too" oh my freaking gosh! Also the part with mom, Norman and Emma I must mention where she was trying to get them to stop resisting and then Norman says "ok mom... I'll quit being a good boy" with a Holy freak! That's all I have to say after finishing this volume! Omg! When mom said "I got rid of her" and then Ray's face was just holy freak and he made a mad dash up the stairs! Then she came up behind him and said something along the lines of "I didnt need her anymore so i got rid of her... you too" oh my freaking gosh! Also the part with mom, Norman and Emma I must mention where she was trying to get them to stop resisting and then Norman says "ok mom... I'll quit being a good boy" with a big smile on his face! Go Norman! I totally lost it in that part I just love it! Then Emma just leaps on her and screams "run Norman"! This was such an amazing volume! So amazing as always! There are so many other great parts I could mention but I dont feel like typing it out! This series is phenomenal!
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  • Rafaela (dragonsandpaperbacks)
    January 1, 1970
    This volume shows really well the amount of planning and time dedicated to making this series. The characters are all exceedingly intelligent and they're all trying to outsmart each other and think ahead, and there are so many surprises in store for them. Emma, Ray and Norman devise a plan to distract Isabella in order to investigate the wall separating them from the outside world, Sister Krone turns out to be a more helpful enemy than they realized though clearly an enemy nonetheless, and the This volume shows really well the amount of planning and time dedicated to making this series. The characters are all exceedingly intelligent and they're all trying to outsmart each other and think ahead, and there are so many surprises in store for them. Emma, Ray and Norman devise a plan to distract Isabella in order to investigate the wall separating them from the outside world, Sister Krone turns out to be a more helpful enemy than they realized though clearly an enemy nonetheless, and the brutality of this world never ceases to surprise... Overall, a very well thought-out volume, brutal and clever and it made things more challenging for the characters and more interesting to read.
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  • Reija
    January 1, 1970
    Really loving the series. The stakes are high and I feel invested in all of the characters, even the little ones I don't know much about. I keep perusing the art for clues about world building because the authors uses their foreword to give hints to those details.Pretty much the only things that nag me are the way some characters are drawn in a very caricature way, as opposed to the main characters and baddie who are drawn more seriously.I previously complained about the way the character of Really loving the series. The stakes are high and I feel invested in all of the characters, even the little ones I don't know much about. I keep perusing the art for clues about world building because the authors uses their foreword to give hints to those details.Pretty much the only things that nag me are the way some characters are drawn in a very caricature way, as opposed to the main characters and baddie who are drawn more seriously.I previously complained about the way the character of Krone was drawn, but I'm happy to say she improved in all aspects this volume.She was allowed to be cunning, smart and fragile and I enjoyed her backstory.I can't wait to see where this series goes next.
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