Shaman King is coming to Netflix, and it has released a new trailer.
20 years back since the debut, Hiroyuki Takei’s classic manga is brought back to life in a reboot. When the original anime was being aired on TV, the manga went on hiatus and forced animators to come up with an ending of their own. However, with Netflix’s new change, there’s a solid chance for the anime to understand the manga’s ending properly. The trailer is approximately a minute and a half. It offers a fresh look at some of the anime’s main characters — like Yoh Asakura and Amidamaru — while teasing some key plot points from the upcoming show.
Shaman King is set for April in Japan, but those in North America can expect to wait a little longer — Netflix will declare an international release date shortly.
Check out the trailer below!
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