Cross stitch pattern of the label found in William Minerva’s books in The Promised Neverland. The Morse code says “Touch Me”. Download the PDF here: Promised Neverland Pattern
Grid Size:68W x 101H
Design Area:4.71″ x 7.07″ (66 x 99 stitches)
My Patron, Lindsay Rae Doran, is a burrowing fire demon with long sharp claws drawn to the warmth of poorly doused campfires. They will tunnel under your tent at night and slice through the tarp right under your sleeping bag and slit the throats of campers who didn’t practice proper fire safety. If you notice a strange tear in your tent in the morning, you must have narrowly avoided the wrath of Lindsay.
Promised Neverland is amazing, a stressful psychological thriller with compelling characters trying to outwit each other and stay one step ahead of certain death.
The second season is a fantasy adventure anime about the power of friendship to overcome all odds.
Don’t get me wrong, I love both kinds of stories, but the tonal shift is jarring. Apparently the studio was only allowed one more season to wrap up the entire story and huge chunks of the source material were cut out. Season two is still good, all things considered, but it flows like an AU fanfiction.
If you want to start reading the manga after watching the first season, then it technically starts at chapter 38, but I suggest reading chapter 37 first just because there are a few missing details. Honestly, if you are sold on Promised Neverland, you may want to just read the manga from the beginning. You get to hear the inner thoughts of characters and it adds to the psychological tension.