It’s been a busy day for Netflix’s anime department. Not satisfied with the release The first idea is art Its upcoming live-action Mobile Suite Gundam The movie, the streaming service, has released almost disturbing news about its upcoming anime projects, including the premiere date of Yoshihiro Togashi’s live-action adaptation. Yu Yu Hakusho.
If you haven’t heard Yu Yu HakushoHere’s why it’s a big deal. Although the anime was not released in the United States until 2003, it was overshadowed by a similar series A kind of BangachitraIt was huge when it aired in Japan in the early 90’s. It’s about a teenage criminal named Yusuke who kills a child to save him from a car crash, but resurrects to investigate the supernatural activities of the underworld, which always requires one fight after another.
Yu Yu Hakusho One of the main pillars of the Shunen series — manga and anime aimed at teenage boys ির is the weekly comics anthology. Listen jump As well as this A kind of picture, Naruto, One piece, Bleach, And more now, Netflix has already made an announcement Live action One piece Adaptation, And has the right to Japanese live-action Bleach Movies made in 2018. There is obviously a strong connection with streaming services Listen jumpIts publisher Shuesha raises the question হতে it could be a live-action Naruto Is the TV series far behind? To be fair though, it will definitely be behind this new one Yu Yu Hakusho Series, currently scheduled for December 2023.
By comparison, the rest of Netflix’s anime announcements are quite small, although many anime fans should be excited that the second season of 2011 anime Tigers and rabbits Coming in April 2022 (including the first season). It is a fake New York City partner of two superpowers where corporations sponsor heroes and put their achievements on TV.
Then there’s two spin-offs of Detective Conan, the immensely popular series that focuses on a kid detective who solves crimes, many of them grisly murders. The first is Zero’s Tea Time, about another character named Rei Furuya, a police officer who also works as a private detective and undercover as a member of a crime syndicate. The second is The Culprit Hanagawa, a comedy based on the black silhouetted figure used in the main Detective Conan manga to portray unknown perpetrators. Here’s the joint trailer:
The medieval fantasy The Seven Deadly Sins is getting a new, two-part anime movie titled Grudge of Edinburgh, based on the hit anime already streaming on Netflix. But unlike the previous film, this one comes from the original manga author Nakaba Suzuki. Here’s the trailer.
Kakegurui – Compulsive Gambler, the surprisingly lighthearted anime series about a high school where social status is determined by gambling, is getting a prequel TV show, due in August 2022.
Here’s a teaser for The Orbital Children by Mitsuo Iso, who returns to directing after 14 years. The six-part series, which premieres on Netflix on January 28, also has an utterly baffling official synopsis: “The story begins in the year 2045, when AI has advanced and anyone can travel into space. Children born on the moon and children from Earth who are on a trip to space meet at the Japanese-built space station, ‘Anshin.’ But their future is decided by the Seven Poem.”
And there’s finally a trailer for the second season of Netflix’s CG-animated Ultraman TV series, due sometime next spring.
And the first trailer for season four of Aggretsuko, starring everyone’s favorite rage machine, which arrives on December 16.
And a teaser for Kotaru Lives Alone, based on the best-selling manga by Mami Tsumura about a four-year-old who lives alone. It looks adorable and not distressing.
And then Netflix announced the premiere date for the sixth season of Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure (another Shonen Jump series), subtitled Stone Ocean. The first 12 episodes drop on December 1. Have another video!
Like I said—busy day.
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