Studio MAPPA’s popular new series Hell’s Paradise won’t be returning for two weeks.
The anime’s official Twitter account recently revealed that the series will take a one-week break after the latest season. Episode 8, “Student and Master” was released on May 20, 2023, but the sequel has a scheduled release date of June 3, 2023, not airing on May 27. Studio MAPPA has yet to explain the unexpected delay at the time of writing.
Hell’s Paradise fan reaction to the delay
Hell’s Paradise was one of the most popular anime titles of the spring, with many fans expressing frustration at having to wait for the next chapter in the tweet’s responses. Many of them consider the series to be one of their favorite things about Saturday night, leaving them frustrated by the upcoming loss. However, many users support the studio, saying that they happily await the next episode. This positive attitude is mainly for the benefit of animators after MAPPA’s well-documented history of their staff being overworked.
The series is one of many notable anime projects that have been unexpectedly delayed to 2023, due to multiple titles on hiatus. For example, the upcoming Black Clover movie announced a three-month delay in February. The Boruto: Naruto Next Generations series is also on hiatus and is expected to return in October. Other notable titles such as the manga One Punch Man, Uncle From Another World, NieR: Automata Ver. 1.1a, Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible, Masamune’s Revenge R, etc. have also experienced production and release delays.
What is Yuji Kaku’s Hell Heaven
Hell’s Paradise is a violent action-thriller series often labeled alongside Chainsaw Man and Jujutsu Kaisen as part of the “Dark Shonen Trio.” The story, written by Yuji Kaku, is about a shinobi who survived multiple executions after being sentenced to death. He soon has a chance to achieve his freedom by traveling to a mysterious island in search of the Elixir of Life. To find this miracle, however, he must survive his fellow prisoners, his own executioner, and a collection of terrifying monsters.
The anime has been widely praised for its strong visuals, especially in the famous opening title, the male and female leads, Gabimaru and Sagiri, the assessment of traditional gender norms and the lack of fanservice too. level.
It is available to stream on Crunchyroll, with 127 Chapters of the manga available on the Viz Media website.