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Blue Period Episode 3 series is going to release on 9th October 2021, this Saturday. Fans are very excited about the release of the chapter!!

Tsubasa Yamaguchi’s Blue Period is a Japanese manga series written and drawn by him. Since June 2017, the story has been serialized in Kodansha’s seinen manga magazine Monthly Afternoon, and eleven tankobon volumes have been published as of September 2021. Kodansha USA has its English language rights for the series. In October 2021, Seven Arcs debuted an anime television series adaption.

Tsubasa Yamaguchi wrote and drew Blue Period. The series debuted in Kodansha’s Monthly Afternoon magazine’s August 2017 issue, which was released on June 24, 2017. Kodansha has divided the chapters into several tankobon volumes. On December 22, 2017, the first volume was released. Eleven volumes have been published as of September 22, 2021.

About the Series:

In this manga series, Yatora is a second-year high school student with excellent marks. Despite his pierced ears and a network of pals who are sometimes classified as delinquents, he is fairly popular. Sure, he stays up till all hours of the night and morning, but he still manages to get good marks and keep his parents at bay.

It’s simple for him to study, know the correct answers to instructors’ questions in class, and say all the appropriate things to his pals while they’re out and about. Also in the chapters, we see that it’s effortless, in fact, he even compares it to leveling up in a video game. This is his existence. It’s all boring and predictable. It is, nevertheless, his life.

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Blue Period Episode 3

Blue Period Episode 3 Release Date:

It is going to release on 9th October 2021, coming Saturday.

Where to Read it Online

It can be read for free on VIZ’s official website and Shueisha’s Mangaplus. Also, you may download Viz’s ShonenJump or Mangaplus apps on your devices. It is available on both Google Play Store and Apple’s App Store.

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