The release date of Alice in Borderland Volume 1 is on 15 March 2022. Viewers can watch it on the official website of Viz Media.
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Alice in Borderland Volume 1: Overview
It is an action-packed thriller and source of the hit Netflix drama where the only way to survive is to play games.
Eighteen-year-old Ryohei Arisu is sick of his life. His school life and love life sucks and he feels that his life is a joke. His future feels like impending doom. He struggles to exist in a world that can’t be bothered with him. He feels like everything would be better if he would have been someplace else.
When a strange fireworks show transports him and his friends to a parallel world, He thinks all his wishes came true. Little did he know that This new world is not an empty paradise. It’s a vicious game and the only way to survive is to play.
The first game starts with a bang, but he manages to beat the clock and save his friends. Its a short victory that he accomplished. However, as they discovered that winning only earns them a few days grace period. If they want to get home, They should start playing it a lot harder.
Alice in Borderland Volume 1: Review
The synopsis and the readers of the manga had got the readers hooked with the amazing plot and the story. There is something intensely thrilling about betting lives on the games. Simple games that can be mind-numbingly complex and horrifying. Games that tear you apart. Games that can break your heart. Each chapter progresses in a way that makes people curious, Mystery, and tension are more palpable.
Fans do not want to stop because They want to know what is going to happen next. The scenario is heady, Intoxicating, Dark, and alluring. The psychological tension made fans’ hearts thump. The sheer adrenaline rush of reading these comics can give readers hyperactivity very similar to the feeling of five cups of coffee in one go.
Alice in Borderland Volume 1: Release Date
The release date of Alice In Borderland volume one is on 15 March 2022. Viewers can watch it on the official website of Viz Media.
About the author
- In 2004, Haro Aso received shonen Sunday’s manga college award for his short story ‘YUNGE’. it was a huge success. After his success of the 2007 short story ” Onigami Amon” Aso got the chance to start a series of his own – 2008’s hyde and closer. In 2010, his series Alice in borderline began serialization in Shonen Sunday.
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