To Your Eternity Chapter 151 is expected to release on October 12, 2021. Fans are excited to read the latest chapters of the manga.
To Your Eternity is a Japanese supernatural and mythological manga series written and illustrated by Yoshitoki Oima. The series is published by Kodansha Comics. The official English translation of the series is available on Crunchyroll, ComiXology, and Kindle.
As of August 2021, Kodansha has collected the individual chapters of the manga into sixteen volumes. Brain’s Base studio has created an anime television series based on the manga series.
About To Your Eternity
The story is about an immortal being that can take multiple forms. In the beginning, a mysterious entity creates a featureless sphere. It falls on a rock and takes its form. Later it takes the form of a dying arctic wolf. When it meets the owner of the dying wolf, the boy thinks that his pet wolf is back. They become friends and depend on each other to survive in a harsh climate. After some days, the boy dies from an infection. It takes his form to remember him.
The next person the immortal being meets is a little girl called March. She gives him the name Fushi and teaches him basic survival skills. The girl also dies an untimely death. Fushi meets more people and develops human emotions. He views death, human emotions, and the natural world from the lens of an immortal being. As time passes by, he becomes more like a human.
The manga series is inspired by the creator’s own grandmother’s death. Moved by her grandmother’s death, Oima wanted to write about death, survival, and immortality. She created a character who could never die. The series explores the experiences of an immortal being in a mortal world. Everyone will be gone leaving their traces in his heart.
To Your Eternity Chapter 151 Release Date
It is expected to release on October 12, 2021. Kodansha releases new chapters of the manga once a week, on Tuesdays.
Where to Read Online
You can read To Your Eternity online on Crunchyroll, ComiXology, and Amazon Kindle.
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