- Not to be confused with Norman (The Promised Neverland).
|• Characteristics •|
|Birthday||March 21, 2034|
|• Professional Information •|
|Prev. Affiliation||Grace Field House|
|• Personal Status •|
|• Debuts •|
|Other Media|| The Promised Neverland (Anime)|
The Promised Neverland (Manga)
A Letter from Norman (Spinoff novel)
Norman is the perfect epitome of the classic yandere, in this case, having a yandere-like crush on Emma, which he constantly shows throughout the story, even during times of distress. Norman's obsession with Emma is so fierce that he would immediately threaten anyone who dared to speak ill of her or even if one tries to engage in a normal conversation with her. Examples are like when Ray jokingly smacked Emma on her head, only to have Norman to smack him back violently.
Norman is also not as intelligent as compared to his counterpart.
Norman is overly obsessed with his close friend Emma since a young age, and would always try to declare his love for her in the most over the top and/or disturbing way possible, to the degree of getting called a psychopath by people like Emma and Isabella. Such examples include Norman using her shampoo to bathe, stealing her shirts and bringing her mug and a strand of her hair with him when he was shipped out of Grace Field. Norman would also threaten anyone who bullies or make fun of her, most of the time being Ray.
Because of his obsessive love Norman has for Emma, Emma never reciprocate Norman's feelings, and frequently calls him a psychopath and a creep. After Norman was shipped out of Grace Field, Emma was continuously haunted with memories and hallucinations of Norman, and often get the feeling of how he is still around, freaking her out.
Norman and Ray are more distant as compared to their respective main series counterparts, though they are still frequently shown with each other alongside Emma over the course of the story. This is because of how the main series' Ray's aloof and introverted nature is a lot more exaggerated and make fun of, and thus Norman and the other orphans in Grace Field always leave him out of their social circle.
Norman and Ray's relationship is also a lot more neutral and sometimes comically strained compared to their counterparts. This mostly happens when the situation revolves around Emma. When Ray called Emma "insane" or when he comically smacked her on her head, Norman "avenged" his dear Emma by threatening and even attacking Ray. Ray, on the other hand, acted as Norman's wingman, in the sense of supporting Norman's crush on Emma whenever Norman tries to flirt with her or confess his crush on her.