When will Shaman King season 4 come out on Netflix?

Netflix Shaman King Season 4 Release Date And Much More

A popular anime series that has been legendary for some twenty years is set to release its season 4 on Netflix. Yes, I’m talking about Shaman King, which has been announced to be releasing season 4 on Netflix soon. When we think that the new year has brought us many surprises, something new always comes to us with the same amount of excitement. It was only yesterday when we heard about the anime adaptation of “Dead Dead Demon’s Dededede Destruction”, and now we are already here with something new. Shaman King has remained one of the most popular supernatural anime of the 90s.

It may have all been forgotten after both manga and anime ended before 2005. But according to our beliefs, good things should be remembered for a long time. The creators decided to release a reboot of the old anime series with a slightly new and cleaner image. It has been some time since the release of the rebooted version, and here we are already talking about the season 4 release of the series. Things get really important when it comes to studying a release date. So, to get all the details regarding Shaman King Season 4 Netflix release date, make sure to stay till the end.

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About Shaman King

Before we get started with the main topic, let’s get a brief introduction to the series. Shaman King, which we know better as super adventures and supernatural anime series, was introduced as a manga series. It was created by Hiroyuki Takei, who is also known for his ‘Jumbor Barutronica’, Karakuri Doji Ultimo, and many others. The manga was published by Shueisha, but was later taken over by Kodansha publications. It was serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump manga magazine under the shonen genre. The manga made its debut on June 30, 1998 and ended on August 20, 2004. It is now available in a total of 35 tankobon volumes.

As for the anime adaptation, it was entirely inspired by the manga and was produced by Xebec Studio. It was directed by Seiji Mizushima, written by Katsuhiko Koide, and given music by Toshiyuki Omori. It was released on July 4, 2001 and ended on September 25, 2002. In February 2017, the manga writer Takei reported that he was offered to reboot Shaman King. At first, he declined the offer because the new anime would not have old music tracks and cast. However, he later decided to give it a shot and the Shaman King reboot was released on April 1, 2021.

It was produced by Bridge Studio under the direction of Joji Furuta. This time the screenplay was given by Shoji Yonemura and music by Yuki Hayashi. With the original anime in mind, everyone has done a great job giving us what we’re streaming right now. It was released on TXN and internationally on Netflix.

Yoh Asakura - Shaman King
Yoh Asakura – Shaman King

Story

This comes down to the main reason that contributed to the immense popularity of the series. It’s very unique, but also takes us to a basic competition held between characters in some context in the anime. It centers character named Yoh Asakura, who is a shaman – a medium between the world of the living and the dead. His motive is to become a shaman king and acquire all the powers related to the position. A shaman king has a large supply of spiritual energy and can also come into contact with great spirits. In addition, he/she is very capable of shaping the world according to his/her wishes. Every 500 years there is a battle between the shamans to choose the new shaman king.

Yoh decided to enter this competition and was supported by his fiancée Anna Kyoyama. To prepare him tough, Anna prepared a brutal training regimen so that he could stand strong in all circumstances. During his journey, he met other shamanlike Manta Oyamada, Ryu, Tao Ren, Horohoro, Faust and befriended them. During the match, he met his twin brother Hao Asakura. by the end of the competition, there were only two teams left, the Yoh and Hao team. They decide to crown Hao as the shaman king, but later, when Hao merged with the great spirits, Yoh and his crew attacked him. The story progressed as things got more interesting.

Shaman King Season 4 Release Date
Yoh Asakura and Oyamada

Previously on Shaman King

The previous two and final season 3 of Shama King received a lot of praise, especially for their plot progression. All seasons have represented an ideal world of the right scenario. The series progresses gradually at a good pace that is enough to create suspense but to bore fans. Shaman King Season 1 was released on April 1, 2021 and was titled “The Boy Who Dances with Ghosts”. It gave in the introduction to all the main characters and the main character. The series progressed as Yoh challenged Ren Tao, the Chinese shaman who wanted to take on Amidamaru. In the midst of the battle, Yoh discovered how to increase soul possessions based on a shaman’s will.

The idea helped him beat Ren when he and his finances later moved to Tokyo. From that time on, Anna embarked on the toughest workout regimen she could set for Yoh. It progressed a lot to the point where Yoh met a lot of people, and went to America along with Horohoro, Ryu and Ren to participate in other shaman king battles. That was the time Yoh met Hao, who radiated total hostile vibes by loving Yoh surprisingly enough. The plot becomes depressed when Ren dies at the hands of Hao’s soldier. After a long, long time, Yoh discovered the fact that Anna is able to read people’s minds and create Oni.

Once, because of her powers, she summoned a super Oni who eventually kidnapped her. That time, Matamune and Yoh went to get Anna, but in the process, Matamune sacrificed himself to make Yoh use a lot of power to defeat Oni. After this incident, Anna and Yoh grew closer than ever and finally began to fall in love with each other. The series is on and according to the last episode, Yoh realized that the only way to reach Hao is to defeat “The ten Preist of Patch”. The new episode 49 will be out on March 31, 2022 and everyone should keep an eye out for it.

Yoh Asakura and Anna - Shaman King
Yoh Asakura and Anna – Shaman King

Shaman King Season 4 Netflix Release Date

After a super duper reaction from viewers during the first two seasons, the makers decided to release Shaman King season 3 as well. It wasn’t long before it was released in early 2022. Now viewers are already asking for a season 4 that will definitely be released after the end of season 3. However, there is some sad news regarding the Shaman King season 4. There are no official announcements from the creators about the production or release of Shaman king season 4. But according to the assumptions, Episode 39 of Season 3 has already aired in Japan. Other than this, Blu Ray is also slated to premiere in May 2022.

Coming back to the Netflix release, the leading anime streaming platform has certainly generated a lot of profit from the series. It’s pretty clear that it will try to use the service for international fans as well. But speaking of a particular release date or schedule, nothing has been announced yet. If we follow the previous release of Shaman King on Netflix, we can expect Shaman King season 4 will be released on Netflix in April 2022. However, this is not a confirmed date, just an assumption, so take it lightly.

Shaman King Season 4 Release Date
Shaman King Season 4 Release Date

Staff and cast

Even though Shaman King 2021 didn’t get the old crew back, all the new ones have done a great job. It was directed by Joji Furuta and the screenplay was provided by Shoji Yonemura. The entire Bridge Studio crew has put a lot of effort into keeping the anime in its original form. As for the voice cast, Yoh Asakura was voiced by Hikasa Youka and Hao Asakura by Takayama Minami. We also have Hayashibara Megumi as Anna Akyouyama, Park Romi as Tao Ren and Konishi Katsuyuki as Amidamaru.

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