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Anime News Network has reported that a sequel series to Shaman King has been announced, following the conclusion of its reboot series today. The announcement came during a commercial spot letting fans get a first look at the series’ new cast–including Hana, the son of Yoh and Anna.
Shaman King began as a manga written by Hiroyuki Takei. It would later get an anime adaption in 2001, shortly before the manga would be briefly canceled. The series became a cult classic, with the manga later getting the chance to finish and a 2021 anime adaption from Netflix that told the entire story. The 2021 anime series concluded this week.
The sequel series is being directed by Joji Furuta, with scripts by Shoji Yonemura, characters designs by Satohiko Sano, and music composed by Yuki Hayashi.
The series currently has no release date.
You can catch up on the Netflix adaption to see the original Shaman King’s conclusion.
(Source: Anime News Network)
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