Fire Force and Soul Eater are set in the same universe

Shinra Kusakabe staring

In 2019, Atsushi Ohkubo’s “Fire Force” anime series made a huge impact on anime fans worldwide. The series follows Shinra Kusakabe, a third-generation pyrokinetic who fights against the problem of spontaneous combustion that has plagued the world. Ohkubo, the creator of “Fire Force,” is no stranger to creating popular anime series. His previous hit manga, “Soul Eater,” was beloved by many and shared several similarities with “Fire Force,” including stunning character designs, well-timed comedy, and intricate world-building.

As the “Fire Force” anime continued, fans began to notice several Easter eggs and references to “Soul Eater” scattered throughout the series. From a familiar ghastly-looking moon to the specific use of the number eight, these callbacks had fans speculating that the two series were connected in some way. However, it wasn’t until the final manga chapters of “Fire Force” that this theory was confirmed to be true.

Black Star and Soul high-fiving

One of the most significant actions of Shinra towards the end of the “Fire Force” manga is the creation of the world of “Soul Eater” and its god, the shinigami named Death. This revelation connects the two series in a significant way, as Death plays a vital role in the “Soul Eater” storyline. But the connections between the two series go much deeper than that.

Through the use of “Fire Force’s” last manga chapters, Ohkubo left no doubt that “Fire Force” is a prequel to “Soul Eater.” Shinra’s actions at the end of the series take away the spontaneous combustion problem but create a new world full of other strange occurrences and creatures that fit perfectly into the “Soul Eater” universe. Dragons, the undead, and witches populate this new world, bringing it even closer to the world of “Soul Eater.”

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If Death’s appearance in “Fire Force” wasn’t enough to confirm the prequel link, the appearance of other major characters should do the trick. In the final chapter of “Fire Force,” Death creates his son, Death the Kid, and shots of Black Star, Maka, and Soul make surprise appearances. These four characters are the main protagonists of “Soul Eater,” solidifying the connection between the two series.

Fans of both “Fire Force” and “Soul Eater” are eagerly anticipating the possibility of an animated adaptation of these exciting manga revelations. With “Fire Force” officially renewed for a third season and the 15th anniversary of the original “Soul Eater” anime approaching, the chances seem high. Regardless, the confirmation of the connection between the two series and the satisfying ending that Ohkubo provided will undoubtedly be remembered as one of the most memorable moments in manga history.

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