Kaiju No. 8 Chapter 47 is about to release on October 14, 2021. Fans are excited to read the latest chapter of the manga.
Kaiju No. 8 is an adventure, science fantasy, and horror manga series from Japan. Naoya Matsumoto is the writer and illustrator of the manga series. It has been serialized in Shueisha’s Shonen Jump+ magazine. Viz Media has licensed the series for English release. Shueisha also publishes the series in English on Manga Plus.
It has won the 2021 Next Manga Award in the web category. It is the fastest Shonen Jump series to exceed 30 million views. As of February 2021, it has reached 70 million views.
About Kaiju No. 8
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Kaiju is a Japanese word that means “strange monster.” When strange Grotesque, Godzilla-like monsters attack civilians in Japan, the Defense Force is formed to combat monsters. Kafka Hibino is the protagonist of the manga series. When Kafka was very young, his town was destroyed by Kaiju. Ever since then, he and his friend Mina Ashiro are determined to join the Defence Force.
Mina has become a successful commander of the Defence Force. Kafka has failed the entrance exam several times and ends up being a sweeper under Monster Sweeper Inc. His job is to dispose of the dead bodies of monsters. One day a small Kaiju enters into Kafka’s mouth. It transforms him into a humanoid monster.
Kafka gains superhuman powers but he is afraid of losing control and becoming a threat to his friends. He is one of the most powerful humanoid monsters. He could easily overpower other monsters. Kafka gets an opportunity to join the Defense Force under the code name Kaiju No. 8.
Kaiju No. 8 Chapter 47 Release Date
It is about to release on October 14, 2021, on Viz Media and Shueisha’s Manga Plus app and website. They drop new chapters of the series once a week, on Thursdays for three weeks, followed by a one-week break. Fans are very excited to read the anticipated chapter.
Where to Read Online
You can read Kaiju No. 8 Chapter 47 online on Viz Media and Shueisha’s Manga Plus app and website.
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