Beastars Chapter 197 release date is not yet confirmed. Fans are excited to read the upcoming chapters of this manga series.
Beastars is a Japanese fantasy manga series written and illustrated by Paru Itagaki. It was serialized in Akita Shoten’s Weekly Shonen Champion from September 2016 to October 2020. Viz Media licensed the series to publish in English.
The individual chapters of the manga series have been collected into 22 volumes. As of January 2021, the series has 6 million copies in print. It has been adapted into an anime television series by Orange, which is available on Netflix.
Table of Contents
The story takes place in a modern world of civilized animals. This civilized animal society is divided into two segments: the herbivorous animals and the carnivorous animals. Legoshi and Haru are the main characters of the story. Legoshi is a large grey wolf and an introvert student at Cherryton Academy. He is a member of Cherryton Academy’s drama club. Haru is a white dwarf rabbit and a member of Cherryton’s gardening club.
An alpaca named Tem is brutally murdered and devoured in the night. Herbivorous students start to suspect carnivorous students. Both groups feel uneasy at Cherryton Academy. At that time, Legoshi meets Haru who is in love with Louis, a red deer. Legoshi starts to develop complex feelings for Haru.
It’s a high school and coming of age manga series set in the anthropomorphic animal world. The plot might sound weird, but it has a deep meaning. It’s a must-read for those looking for a unique fantasy manga series.
Beastars Chapter 197 Release Date
According to some sources, chapter 197 is going to be the end chapter of the series. However, there is no official announcement about the release date of chapter 197. It’s been a year since the release of chapter 196 in October 2020. We don’t know if it will release in 2021 or not.
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Where to Read Online
You can read Beastars online on the Viz Media website and app. If you are interested in watching the anime adaptation, you can stream it on Netflix.
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