Shaman King, rejoice, because the anime is back! It was announced that Hiroyuki Takei’s popular Shaman King manga is getting itself a new TV anime adaptation. And this time, it will adapt all 35 volumes of the manga, making it a complete adaptation.

Unfortunately, not much is still known about this new anime adaptation as of yet. Expect the staff to makle new announcements in the days to come. For now though, the Full Anime TV and Bonbon TV streaming services in Japan will be streaming the original 2000’s anime once again. Kodansha will also begin publishing print volumes of the manga as well.

The manga first made its debut in 1998 inside the pages of Weekly Shounen Jump magazine. It abruptly ended in 2004 before getting a “True Ending” in 2009. It would then get short story manga chapters, as well as a sequel series, Chaman King Flowers, which ran from 2012-2014. Of course, it also received a popular TV anime adaptation which ran from 2001-2002.

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source: Comic Natalie


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