For years Netflix has been promoting anime creations in all its possible genres to the delight of its audience. The platform just
One of the juiciest sections of Netflix is its anime universe that is always being renewed. The next few months promise a very interesting sequence of titles: Mechs, kaiju, sci-fi horrors and more.
Netflix has announced this week news in this genre that will put the long teeth of more than one. With posters as terrifying as the one on the serie Exception the platform makes sure to attract the attention of a large public. An art teaser piece whose monster looks at us threateningly, born from the artist’s hands Yoshitaka Amano de Final Fantasy.
On Netflix’s agenda, the closest premiere is that of Godzilla. It is a kaiju series that debuted in Japan at the beginning of the year and now makes the leap to the Netflix catalog next June 24 in English. The Geek section of the platform warns with a simple message for fans to prepare.
A few months later, the August 9 and 26, two manga series will arrive. The first is Shaman King, is the debut of a series of shamans who fight each other to become kings, a simple story to complete with lots of action. Second is the science fiction manga Edens Zero, an anime whose protagonist is a boy who can control gravity.
Samurai could not be missing from this list, the company has shared an image of the series to attract the public through the artistic style. In order to Samurai Soul the release date is not yet known. The description shows us an adventure in the purest Lord of the Rings style, “Izo, a Ronin, and Raiden, an orc, work to bring a young elf and the wand that she carries to the land of the elves in the north.“.
Also with a simple image and a phrase, Netflix manages to arouse enough intrigue for us to be aware of the release date and more details of Make My Day: “On a cold planet of ice and snow, mysterious creatures have suddenly appeared from the underground darkness and began to attack the inhabitants.“.
This content is so important to Netflix that it has created YouTube accounts and other social networks where it can present trailers, advertisements and other curiosities about its anime proposals, which is increasingly important in its streaming catalog.