Kaiju No.8 Chapter 48 release date is expected on October 21, 2021. Fans are excited to read the latest chapter of this anime.
Naoya Matsumoto wrote and drew Kaiju No. 8. On July 3, 2020, the series premiered on Shueisha’s Shnen Jump+ app and website. Matsumoto and Kaiju No. 8 decided in August 2020 to publish a new chapter every week for three weeks, followed by a one-week respite.
Kaiju monsters assault the Japanese people daily, and the Japanese Defense Force is charged with eliminating them. A clean-up team was tasked with disposing of the monsters’ dead bodies after the battle. Kafka has the ability to transform into a monster after a small talking monster flies into his mouth through his lips, giving him the moniker Kaiju No. 8. by Defence.
Plot Of The Kaiju No.8
Kafka Hibino, a 32-year-old man, is unsatisfied with his job as a sweeper. From a young age, he has aspired to join the Defense Corps and kill kaiju for a living. After a few failed attempts, however, he gave up on his dreams and resigned himself to the mediocrity that provided a decent paycheck. Nevertheless, when an ambitious, 18-year-old recruit named Leno Ichikawa joins his cleaning team, Kafka is once again reminded of his desire to join the military.
Following a chain of unfortunate events and an interaction with the junior sweeper, Kafka encounters a parasite-type kaiju that forces its way in through his mouth—turning him into a humanoid monster. With his newfound powers, Kafka aims to give his lifelong dream a final try.
Kaiju No.8 Chapter 48 Release Date And More
Kaiju No. 8 Chapter 45 is going to release on October 21, 2021. It has been quite popular, according to Yta Momiyama, deputy editor-in-chief of Shnen Jump+, and is performing particularly well on the Manga Plus service.
Where To Read
Kaiju No. 8 is available for free on VIZ’s official website and Shueisha’s Mangaplus. Additionally, you can download Viz’s ShonenJump or Mangaplus apps to your devices. Shonen Jump Manga & Comics App, MANGA Plus by SHUEISHA App, INKR Comics, Kross Komics, and WEBTOON App are some of the best legist sources to read.
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