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Dr.STONE and Yakusoku no Neverland Writers Congratulate KNY Author

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Kimetsu no Yaiba, also known as Demon Slayer, ended in Weekly Shonen Jump Issue #24 2020 on May 18, 2020. Dr.STONE Writer, Yakusoku no Neverland Writer, and Jujutsu Kaisen Editorial Staff expressed their thoughts on that.

Inagaki Riichiro, the story writer of Dr.STONE, tweeted about the release of the issue of Weekly Shonen Jump, congratulating Gotouge Koyoharu, and so on.

Inagaki Riichiro: Congratulations on the grand finale of Kimetsu! Thank you, Gotouge-san~

Yakusoku no Neverland, also known as The Promised Neverland, updated their official account by quoting words of Shirai Kaiu, the story writer of the work.

Shirai Kaiu: I can’t forget the 143rd chapter that was released the next week I had told Gotouge-sensei my favorite characters are 〇〇〇-san and Mitsuri-chan! (Everybody, you know what I mean, right?). It was an honor to be able to fight around the same time, in the same magazine. Thank you for the 4 years of Kimetsu. I look forward to seeing your next work.

Jujutsu Kaisen official twitter account posted a tweet, in the name of the editorial staff, Katayama Tatsuhiko, as he worked on Kimetsu no Yaiba as the first editorial staff.

Katayama Tatsuhiko: Gotouge-sensei, let me congratulate you for your 4 and a half years of the serialization! When in the meeting of “Jujutsu Kaisen“, Akutami-sensei [the author of Jujutsu Kaisen] and I were often excited over talking about Kimetsu. Please rest up first. Thank you very much!

Via – Inagaki Riichiro Official Twitter Account

Via – Yakusoku no Neverland Official Twitter Account

Via – Jujutsu Kaisen Official Twitter Account

Via – Dr.STONE Volume 1

Via – The Promised Neverland Volume 1

Bushido Samurai

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