To Your Eternity Episode 19 is expected to release on 24 August 2021. The inspiration is to write about survival and Fushi’s character.
A series of Yoshitoki Oima manga is to Your Eternity. Since 2016, it has been shown in Weekly Shonen Jump. It will be adapted by Studio Brain’s Base to an anime and released on 12 April.
It is about a person who initially is an unfeasible stone but gradually develops a person and personality through interaction with humans, both old and young. It starts an infinite journey, searches new experiences, places and people, taking shape of the boy.
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The Plot of To Your Eternity
The story follows an immortal Fushi whose aim is to gain worldwide knowledge. He travels from the Kingdom to the Kingdom, showing his emotions to people. As the story goes on, it is like an abandoned boy and his wolf.
It, a mysterious immortal being, is emotionally or identically not sent to the earth. It can, however, take the form of those who have a strong impetus. It’s a sphere in the beginning. Then the shape of the rock is imitated. The mouth is inherited by the drop of snow and the temperature falls above the moose.
When a lone wolf gets hurt and sleeps, the shape of the animal takes place. At last, it becomes aware and starts to cross the empty tundra to meet a boy. The boy lives alone in a fantastic city, that has been abandoned for years by adults in search of heaven far beyond the infinite white tundra sea.
However, their efforts have been for nothing, and the boy is now in a critical condition. It begins an endless journey, looking for new experiences, places, and people, taking the boy’s shape.
To Your Eternity Episode 19 Release Date and Where to Watch
Episode 19 will be released on 24 August 2021. You can watch Episode 19 on Crunchyroll. Crunchyroll Premium users can view the anime on the same day. In addition, if you are an international fan, don’t worry if you are an online fan of the series. Because after a week of the official release, it will be available on the Ani-One Asia YouTube channel.
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