Shaman King Flowers Anime’s New Ad Reveals Its Ending Song
The Shaman King Flowers sequel anime released a new ad on its official website, showcasing the ending theme "Dear Panta Rhei" by Sumire Uesaka, who voices Alumi Niumbirch. The anime is set to debut on January 9 at midnight JST on TV Tokyo, followed by BS TV Tokyo broadcasts.
Takeshi Furuta, known for directing Utano☆Princesama Legend Star, is returning to helm the Shaman King Flowers anime at Bridge, continuing from the previous series. Shoji Yonemura resumes his role as the series scriptwriter. Mayuko Yamamoto takes over character design duties from Satohiko Sano. Nana Mizuki, the voice of Tamao Tamamura, will contribute the opening theme song titled "Turn the World" for the anime.
Hiroyuki Takei continued the Shaman King saga with Shaman King Flowers in 2012, focusing on Hana. The series concluded in 2014 in Jump X magazine. Following this, Takei began the Shaman King The Super Star spinoff in 2017, temporarily halting it in September 2021. Both manga are published in English by Kodansha USA Publishing.
Shaman King Flowers, which began in 2012, is a sequel to the original Shaman King manga by Hiroyuki Takei. It centers around a new protagonist named Hana Asakura, the son of Yoh Asakura and Anna Kyoyama from the original series. Hana inherits the abilities of a shaman and embarks on a journey to confront new challenges and adversaries in the Shaman King world.
Plot & Shaman King Flowers Release
The story explores Hana's growth as a shaman, his connections with other characters, and the unfolding events in the Shaman King universe. It delves into the themes of spirits, supernatural battles, and the quest for the title of Shaman King. The sequel contributes to the broader narrative of the Shaman King series, building on the legacy of its predecessor while introducing fresh characters and storylines.
The latest Shaman King anime, which premiered in April 2021, streamed globally on Netflix from August 2022. The series encompassed 52 episodes, adapting the entirety of the original manga's 35 volumes, released as a new complete edition in Japan starting June 2020. The initial anime adaptation debuted in 2001.
Shaman King: Flowers, the sequel to the rebooted Shaman King anime, is set to premiere in January 2024. The announcement came with a promo video, teaser visual, and details about the main cast. Looks like Shaman King fans have something to look forward to this new year! Stay tuned to find out more updates on Shaman King!