Shaman King Season 1 Part 2 Gets a Release Date for Its Return on Netflix

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After summoning the first half of the season, Shaman King Season 1 gets a release date on when it will be returning for Part 2 of the anime reboot as it if officially announced by Netflix on their Twitter page with a new video teasing what is to be expected on the series.

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Netflix Anime’s official Twitter page posted an announcement on the return of Shaman King for the second part of Season 1 on their streaming platform with a video of the details of what to expect and a sample of the new opening theme song of the show sang by Nana Mizuki. The clip also reveals the characters debuting in the series such as Chocolove McDonnel, Lyserg Diethel, and the X-Laws.

In the post, the caption reveals a countdown on how many days the fans and viewers would have to wait for the second part of Shaman King Season 1, "7 DAYS until...#SHAMANKING Season 1 Part 2."

Shaman King Season 1 Part 2 will pick up where the first one ended with Yoh and his group coming to America in search for the Patch Village and their encounter with the villain Hao.

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Shaman King is about Yoh Asakura, a shaman whose skills creates a conduit between the world of the living and the dead. His ultimate goal is to be the Shaman King wherein he would be contacting the Great Spirit which could grant him the ability to reshape the world in the way that anyone could wish for. In order to be the Shaman King, he has to win the Shaman Fight, a battle happening every 500 years.

The first anime TV series of Shaman King aired in Japan between July 2001 to September 2002 and it was hailed as the sixth-best anime of 2001 from the Animage readers. Fans were quick to notice that the 2021 reboot has a quicker pace compared to the 2001 version.

Shaman King releases its second half of the first season on December 9, 2021, available for streaming on Netflix.