The End (決着, Ketchaku?) is the eleventh volume of The Promised Neverland series.

Cover and Volume Illustration

Volume Summary

Emma and her new allies have successfully taken down many of the demons of Goldy Pond. The last one standing in this demonic hunting ground in Leuvis, but he’s the most powerful of them all. None of the children’s tactics seem to work on him, but some unexpected last-minute help may turn the tide of the battle. Can the children of Goldy Pond finally put an end their despair?


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Author Notes

The hunting ground arc is finally completed!

It looks like the kids can't let their guards down, but now with more friends, they can begin planning the rescue of Phil and the others.

This volume ended at chapter 97, so in volume 12 we'll reach 100 chapters!

We've actually already reached it in the pages of Shounen Jump, and chapter 100 being that specific story is all due to Shirai Sensei's calculation.
See you again!
— Posuka Demizu
Writer Shirai's personal highlights for The Promised Neverland fanatics, part 8!

1. Leuvis is the fifth son of a demon king.

2. For page 104, Demizu Sensei drew a different version just in case. (But we went with the original despite the other option.)

3. Somewhere in the chapters you can find Koro Sensei. (Thank you, Matsui Sensei!)

Please enjoy this volume!
— Kaiu Shirai

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Commercial Performance

Volume 11's sales outperformed all the previous 10 volumes, and currently remains as the highest selling volume of the series during the first few weeks of its release.

There are an estimated total of 303921 copies sold during the first 4 days of its release, earning the first position in Manga sales in Japan alone, beating other notable Shōnen Jump titles like Black Clover and Demon Slayer.[1]

During its second week, the sales ranking dropped to the 10th place, with an estimated total of 51854 copies sold from 12 to 18 November. Currently, there are a total of 355775 copies sold.[2]

Critical Response

Awards and Nominations

Later in 2018, the series as a whole won under the category of "Best Shōnen Manga" in the 63rd Shogakukan Manga Awards, one of Japan's major manga awards. The series was honored with a bronze statuette and a prize of 1 million yen (about US$9,000).<sup[3][4]


  1. The Promised Neverland Volume 11 sales from November 5 to November 11 2018
  2. The Promised Neverland Volume 11 sales from November 12 to November 18 2018
  3. 63rd Shogakukan Manga Awards winners
  4. PDF format file of the winners of the 63rd Shogakukananga Awards clicking this will download the PDF file

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