Shaman King is one of the most successful Shonen manga/anime series of all time which was introduced to us a long time ago and it is one of the fans’ favorite in both manga and anime adaptations.
The series received many spin-off variations and a recent update confirms a brand new spin-off series is up and coming.
Kodansha’s Nakayoshi magazine uncovered their most recent issue that another Shaman King spinoff is underway dependent on Team Hana-Gumi from the first arrangement. This will be a shojo turn on the first arrangement as it investigates the background stories of Kanna Bismarch, Matilda Matisse, and Marion Phauna before they show up in the primary arrangement.
The new spinoff is titled Shaman King & a garden and will dispatch with the following issue of Nakayoshi magazine in December. The maker behind the Shaman King: Red Crimson side project, Jet Kusamura, will be accountable for the new arrangement’s association and Kyo Nuesawa will be responsible for the new arrangement’s illustrations.
You can check out the official announcement from Nakayoshi’s magazine’s official Twitter account:
In the event that you are interested with regards to what sort of look the Kanna, Matilda and Marion spin-off will resemble, Nuesawa really took to Twitter to share a much cleaner take a gander at the side project’s declaration illustration, check it out below:
Shaman King is a Japanese manga arrangement composed and represented by Hiroyuki Takei. It follows the experiences of Yoh Asakura as he endeavors to sharpen his shaman abilities to turn into the Shaman King by winning the Shaman Fight. Takei picked shamanism as the fundamental topic of the arrangement since he needed a point that had never been endeavored in manga. The Shaman King manga was initially serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump between June 1998 and August 2004. The individual parts were gathered and delivered in 32 tankōbon volumes by Shueisha. In 2017, Kodansha procured the rights to the arrangement and re-dispatched it on 35 digital book volumes in 2018, additionally distributed on paper since 2020.
An anime TV arrangement was co-delivered by TV Tokyo, NAS, and Xebec, and broadcasted for 64 episodes on Japan’s TV Tokyo network from July 2001 to September 2002. A reboot anime TV arrangement transformation, created by Bridge, will debut on TV Tokyo in April 2021.
The manga has likewise been republished in a kanzenban version, and has produced different side projects and continuation manga, computer games, an exchanging game, and numerous sorts of Shaman King-related product.