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Kaiju No 8 Chapter 49: Release Date and Read Manga Online

Kaiju No 8 Chapter 49 is expected to release soon this month. Readers are very amazed and waiting for its new chapters.

Kaiju No. 8, also known as Monster 8, is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Naoya Matsumoto. It follows the story of Kafka, who hopes that one day, he keep his pact with his childhood friend Mina, to join the Japan Defense Force and fight by her side.

The manga has been serialized for free on Shueisha’s Shonen Jump+ website. Viz Media has licensed the series for English in North America.

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Kaiju No. 8 Storyline 

In Japan, monsters known as Kaiju regularly attack the people of Japan. To fight these monsters, a military unit known as Japan Defense Force, risks their daily lives to protect civilians. After their town was destroyed by Kaiju, childhood friends Kafka Hibino and Mina Ashiro both commit to becoming members of the Defense Force.

However, Mina became commander, but Kafka failed the examination several times and became a member of the clean-up crew, Monster Sweeper.

Kaiju No 8 Chapter 49

After a Kaiju managed to enter his body, he obtained the ability to turn himself into humanoid Kaiju. He gains immense strength in Kaiju form, as he can destroy Honju with just a single punch. He can easily lift the company’s car, making Kikoru Shinomiya believe that he had his Defence suit.

Kaiju No 8 Chapter 49 Release Date 

This Japanese manga is getting so much famous and is one of the most popular manga series of all time. The manga is going better and better with new chapters. It has already reached three million copies in circulation with only three volumes released so far. It also reached 100 million views on ShonenJump+. Now, fans are much awaited for its new chapters to release. So, it is more likely to premiere soon this month.

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Kaiju No 8 Chapter 49

Read Manga Online 

The manga is available for reading on the Viz Media website. You can also catch it up online on MangaPlus.

Stay tuned with Stanford Art Review for more updates.

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