Shaman King manga’s official website announced that the manga inspiring a new Shaman King anime that will debut in 2021 next April. Adapting additional material from the first manga arrangement that helped raise the property higher than ever.
Shaman King concentrated on the “Shaman Fight”, a Shonen style competition that had various warriors who can control spirits from the hereafter to battle for their sake.
Shaman King Anime Adaptation in 2021
The announcement was made on the official website for Shaman King the other day. It confirms a brand-new anime is being made of the Shaman King manga, and it will be released in April 2021. Currently, the show is expected to adapt the entire manga, so Shaman King will be around for a good while.
After all, it isn’t easy to adapt 35 volumes of manga into a show. Shaman King will take time to do right, and Kodansha Comics is fine supporting that vision. It will release a new complete manga edition of Shaman King, and these volumes will line up with the new show.
It will be fascinating to see what occasions the new arrangement will depict from its source material of the famous manga, however, have confidence, various anime fans will be overjoyed to by and by entering the powerful scene.
Shaman King discharged the declaration, just as a concise trailer, by means of their Official Twitter Account, telling fans that the anime would hit one year from now.
The anime will adjust every one of the 35 volumes of the manga’s new finished version, which Kodansha will begin distributing the in-print volumes on June 17.
Shaman King Anime Plot
“A battle is about to begin in Tokyo: the Shaman Fight, a tournament held every five hundred years where shaman—those who can command spirits—confront each other in combat. The victor of this contest becomes the Shaman King and the only one who is able to contact and control the Great Spirit, allowing them to reshape the world as they please through its immense power.
During a late-night walk, Manta Oyamada runs into his classmate, the carefree You Asakura, who invites him to come stargazing with some friends, who, to Manta’s horror, turn out to be ghosts from a local cemetery!
However, the knowledge that Manta possesses—a rare sixth sense that allows Manta to see these spirits—endears the boy to You. So when You find out that his new comrade has been beaten up by a local gang, he decides to avenge him with the help of Amidamaru, a samurai ghost whose tomb was broken by the gang leader.”
Launched in Weekly Shonen Jump in 1998, Shaman King follows Yoh Asakura as he trains to become a powerful shaman by preparing for the Shaman Fight, a fighting competition between rival shamans to contact the Great Spirit, a ghost with the power to reshape the world. After the initial manga run concluded in 2004, Takei returned to craft a new manga ending in 2009 to wrap up his story.
For fans who have kept up with Shaman King anime, the series made a surprise comeback n May 2018 when creator Hiroyuki Takei released a new arc for the series.
The so-called ‘Super Star’ arc began over two years ago, and Shonen Magazine Edge brought the new arc back from hiatus earlier this year. This all comes after Shaman King anime was created back in 1998. The manga has endured over the years as Takei resurfaces with the franchise every once in a while.
For instance, a new ending for the manga was released in 2009 after the manga closed in 2004. Now, the manga is back with a new arc, and it will align perfectly with the overhauled anime of the one and only Shaman King.