Dandadan Chapter 28 is not yet declared by the author, we expect it to release it in October itself. Fans are excited about the release of the chapter!!
Yukinobu Tatsu’s Dandadan is a Japanese manga series written and drawn by him. Since April 2021, it has been serialized in Shueisha’s Shonen Jump+ service, and its chapters have been compiled into two tankobon volumes as of October 2021. The kitchen sink, ghosts, monsters, aliens, adolescent romance, and fights.
This series has everything! When they meet the paranormal, Takakura, an occult lunatic who doesn’t believe in ghosts, and Ayase, a girl who doesn’t believe in aliens, strive to reconcile their differences! This comic is incredible!
About the Series:
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Ken Takakura, an occult aficionado who doesn’t believe in ghosts, and Momo Ayase, a girl who doesn’t believe in aliens, are confronted with overpowering weirdness beyond their common comprehension…! This is a series of occult adolescence! Momo Ayase is a high school student who believes in ghosts but not aliens, although her classmate Okarun believes in both.
In a bet to see who is right, the two resolves to visit places connected with both the occult and the supernatural, with Ayase going to the former and the kid going to the latter. When they get to their separate locations, they discover that none of them was mistaken and that the occult and ghosts both exist.
In the 26th chapter, when Momo’s pals barged into the hospital, Okarun and Momo were enjoying a nice talk. Both of them are perplexed as to why they were caught naked at school. Momo claims that they won’t comprehend, therefore it’s best not to discuss it. Kana, on the other hand, was not satisfied with the response. As a result of her exceptional deductive abilities, she deduced that Shiratori and Momo were battling for Ken.
Dandadan Chapter 28 Release Date:
Although the release date is not yet declared by the author, we expect it to release it in October itself. Chapter 27 is releasing on 4th October, so the rest chapters will soon release this month itself.
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