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Monster 8 Chapter 45 Release Date and Read Manga Online

Monster 8 Chapter 45 is expected to release soon next month. Fans are very excited to watch new chapters of their favorite show.

Monster is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Naoki Urasawa. It was published by Shogakukan in their Big Comic Original magazine, with the chapters collected and reprinted into 18 tankobon volumes.

This manga is all about Kenzo Tenma, a Japanese surgeon living in Dusseldorf, Germany whose life becomes chaotic after getting involved with Johan Liebert, one of his former patients, who is revealed to be a dangerous serial killer. The series genre type is crime, mystery and psychological thriller.

More About Monster 8 Chapter 45

In this series, Dr. Kenzo Tenma is a young Japanese brain surgeon, working at Eisler Memorial Hospital in Dusseldorf, West Germany. Tenma is dissatisfied with the political bias of the hospital in treating patients and seizes the chance to change things after a massacre brings twins Johan and Anna Liebert into the hospital.

Monster 8 Chapter 45

Nine years later, Tenma becomes the Chief of Surgery at Eisler Memorial. After saving a criminal named Adolf Junkers, and Junkrrs mutters about a “monster”. And also Tenma learns the scope of the atrocities committed by this “monster” and vows to fix the mistake he made by saving Johan’s life.

Monster 8 Chapter 45 Release Date

This Japanese Manga series is receiving so much popularity and positive response from the viewers. Fans are eagerly waiting for the upcoming chapters. This series is getting very good reviews from the viewers within the premier of just a few chapters and here the countdown starts as only a few days are left in the release of chapter 45. So Monster 8 Chapter 45 is going to premiere in the upcoming month soon.

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Monster 8 Chapter 45

Read Manga Online

Viewers can read Monster 8 Chapter 45 online on Viz Media.

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