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Platinum End Episode 10 Spoilers and Release Date

Manga series Platinum End was created by Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata. From November 2015 to January 2021, it was published in Shueisha’s Jump Square monthly magazine. There is a series about a student named Mirai Kakehashi, who makes a suicide attempt and is saved by his guardian angel, Nasse, who not only has vowed to protect him but also bestows him with special powers because he is one of 13 candidates chosen by different angels to take on the role of God, who will retire in 999 days. Viz Media has the North American rights to Platinum End. The first episode of Signal.anime MD’s television series, which will be based on the film, will air in October 2021. You can find out more about Platinum End Episode 10 Release Date, Spoilers, Where to watch Online and More.

Platinum End Episode 10 Spoilers

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Platinum End Episode 10 Release Date

Platinum End Episode 10 Release Date is Sunday, Platinum End Episode 10 Will be streamed at 06:28 PM JST. Weekly Every Wednesday.

Where Can I Watch Platinum End ?

Watch Platinum End Episode 10 on Chrunchyroll. Watch Platinum End on VRV via Chrunchyroll if you’re not located in Japan. So, How Many Episodes Will It Have?

How Many Episodes Will It Have?

It has been announced that the “Platinum End” anime will have a total of 24 episodes and will air from . A new episode will be released Weekly on Wednesday 06:28 PM JST.

Platinum End Staff Details

Directed by
  • Hideya Takahashi
  • Kazuchika Kise
Written byShinichi Inotsume
Music byMasahiro Tokuda
StudioSignal.MD
Licensed byCrunchyroll
Original networkTBS, BS11
Original run October 8, 2021
Episodes24

More About Platinum End

There was also one arrow that killed an enemy in one shot, and another that made the person who was struck by it fall in love with him for 33 days, but only if the target was not under the spell of another person who used red arrows. Seeing Mirai happy is something Nasse aspires to. Saki Hanakago, the God candidate, went to the same school as Mirai. In finding out that Mirai is not a murderer, Saki decides to join him in their quest to eliminate Metropoliman. Saki and Mirai grew up together, and after Mirai’s parents died, he was ridiculed at school, and Saki had no idea how to deal with that because she is a girl.

The fact that Saki was present when Mirai attempted suicide prompted her to meet with Revel as a God candidate. Despite the fact that Ravel is an angel who picked Saki, Nasse believes that Ravel is a cunning liar. Because of his past transgressions, he was demoted to the underclass. When it came to Saki’s wings, Ravel succeeded in giving him a red arrow and worked hard to advance his rank. To Saki’s surprise, he lets his guard down and questions whether or not he’s actually helping her.

Then, when Ravel had proven his worth, God promoted him to the first rank and dubbed him a “Angel of Emotion,” since no angel had ever shed a tear before while conversing with a human, as Ravel did when he spoke with Saki. Ravel did what he was supposed to do and granted Saki’s wish for wings. Kanade Uryu is determined to become God at all costs, and he is willing to kill anyone who stands in his way. This is mostly due to Uryu’s paternal grandpa being the headmaster of the famous Joso Academy. After becoming God, he has a desire to bring his sister back to life. Uryu eliminated four opponents.

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