Platinum End Volume 14: Release Date and Read Online

Platinum End Volume 14 is now expected to release on Friday 9th Feb 2022. Not exactly confirmed anyway we will inform you if there are any changes in the release date.

Platinum End is a super hit Japanese Supernatural thriller series written by Tsugmi and illustrated by Takeshi obata. It was published in Shueishas Jump square monthly magazine. Platinum End is ready to hit soon.

This thriller-based series has gained a lot of audiences, as now 13 volumes have been released, Audience waiting to see Platinum End release. This series tells the story of Mirai kakehashi a student trying to find a way to escape from his abusive uncle and aunt.

Platinum End Volume 14: Release Date

Platinum end volume 14 is now expected to release on Friday 9th Feb 2022. Not exactly confirmed anyway we will inform if there are any changes in the release date.

Spoilers of Platinum End volume 14

In this part, we focused on platinum End’s latest installment, which has a lot of material forĀ  Manga which is well ahead of the anime.

Angry uryu and Kakehashi dares him to a one-on-one bout in the episode. Uryu slams Hajime as a cockroach and a slud. As it turns out not even a cockroach can kill somebody according to kakehashi. Anime lovers and thriller story lovers waiting to watch this episode soon.

Where to Read Manga

Watch platinum end episode 14 on Crunchyroll website where all the English subtitles are taken from Crunchyroll. You can even read these series on various anime-based or entertainment-related websites for free. Audio versions are also available on Amzon kindly and in addition to all these, we can also read and watch on fan pages of social media like face book, Instagram etc.

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Platinum End Characters

The following are main Characters elevated by director to portrait this thriller based anime story.

  • Mirai Kakehashi.
  • Saki Hanakago.
  • Nanato Mukaido.
  • Kanade Uryu.
  • Hajime Sokotani.
  • Susumu Yuito.
  • Yuri Temari

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