Shaman King gets sequel anime focusing on Yoh and Anna’s son

The official website of anime adaptation of Shaman King announced a sequel anime series. The story of the new anime series will focus on Yoh and Anna’s son, Hana. A teaser trailer has been released to commemorate the announcement.

The sequel announcement was made the broadcast of the final episode of Shaman King in Japan. Two new visual has been released as well. Both visuals shows the characters after the time difference of 7 years.

The sequel anime story is based on “Shaman King FLOWERS”, which is the sequel to the original manga depicting the story of Hana Asakura, the son of Yoh and Anna, it was serialized in “Jump Kai” (Shueisha) from 2012 to 2014.

The shaman King anime is based on a popular manga that has surpassed 38 million copies in the series, it was first made into a TV animation in 2001, and the anime was rebooted in April 2021.

The anime news network describes the Shaman King manga as follows:

In a world of spirits, there are shamans. Shamans who connect people with the world of spirits. They help guide people and seeks advice. Manta Oyamada is one of those people can see see spirits. One night, he meets Yoh Asakura, a lazy-lacking shaman. They gradually become best friends and Manta finds out about Yoh’s past and why he’s in Tokyo. As Yoh and his spirit partner Amidamaru confront spirits, they also meet many enemies like Ren. As he meets those enemies, Yoh tries to achieve his goal of becoming the Shaman King.

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