Netflix anime premieres – October 2021

Netflix confirmed through a press release its list of premieres for the month of October 2021, whose novelties for anime lovers include new films from franchises such as Violet Evergarden, The Seven Deadly Sins O Pokémon.

On the other hand, the platform finally breaks with the painful tradition of restricting access at an international level for months to its exclusive licenses for series on air during this autumn season in Japan. Although they will not be simulcasts properly, the public will be able to enjoy new episodes of Komi-san can’t communicate and Blue Period, just a few days after its original transmission in Japan.

Without further ado, these are the essential data you should know about the anime premieres that will arrive on Netflix Latin America in October 2021:

The Seven Deadly Sins: The Curse of Light

  • Director: Takayuki Hamana.
  • Study: Studio DEEN.
  • Premiere: October 1st.
  • Origin: Manga, written and illustrated by Nakaba Suzuki.
  • Duration: 89 minutes.
  • Languages): Spanish and Japanese.
  • Genders: Fantasy, action, adventure, comedy, drama.

Synopsis: Meliodas and his friends return to action when a powerful magical alliance threatens the new era of peace and puts everyone’s lives at risk.

From Yakuza to Housewife: Part 2

  • Director: Chiaki Kon.
  • Study: J.C. Staff.
  • Premiere: October 7.
  • Origin: Manga, written and illustrated by Kōsuke Ōno.
  • Episodes: To be confirmed.
  • Languages): Spanish and Japanese.
  • Genders: Comedy, stories of life.

Synopsis: This world-class householder was once a legendary member of the yakuza! From yakuza to householder is the long-awaited anime adaptation of the cozy comedy manga about “the immortal dragon,” a former member of the yakuza whose incredible exploits are still discussed in the nether worlds. Now, he spends his daily life… as a householder!

Pokémon: Secrets of the Jungle

  • Director: Tetsuo Yajima.
  • Study: OLM.
  • Premiere: October 8th.
  • Origin: Video game, created by Satoshi Tajiri and developed by Game Freak.
  • Duration: 100 minutes.
  • Languages): Spanish and Japanese.
  • Genders: Adventure, action, comedy.

Synopsis: Koko grows up in the jungle with a lone Zarude. When he meets Ash and Pikachu, he discovers the human world … and a plan that threatens to destroy his home!

Blue Period

  • Director: Koji Masunari.
  • Study: Seven Arcs.
  • Premiere: October 9 (a new episode every week).
  • Origin: Manga, written and illustrated by Tsubasa Yamaguchi.
  • Episodes: To be confirmed.
  • Languages): Japanese and Spanish.
  • Genders: Coming-of-age, school.

Synopsis: Bored with life, the popular Yatora Yaguchi plunges into the beautiful but unforgiving world of art after finding inspiration in a painting.

Bright: Samurai Soul

  • Director: Kyōhei Ishiguro.
  • Study: Arect.
  • Premiere: October 12 °.
  • Origin: Spin-off, film live-action Bright (2017).
  • Duration: To be confirmed.
  • Languages): Spanish and Japanese
  • Genders: Fantasy, adventure, action.

Synopsis: In the early years of the Meiji Restoration in Japan, a human samurai must team up with a murderous orc to save an orphan elf from his adversary.

Violet Evergarden: The Movie

  • Director: Taichi Ishidate.
  • Study: Kyoto Animation.
  • Premiere: October 13.
  • Origin: Light novels, written by Kana Akatsuki and illustrated by Akiko Takase.
  • Duration: 140 minutes.
  • Languages): Spanish and Japanese
  • Genders: Drama, stories of life.

Synopsis: Despite the world leaving war behind and technological advances bring changes in her life, Violet still yearns to see her commander again.

Komi-san can’t communicate

  • Director: Ayumu Watanabe.
  • Study: OLM.
  • Premiere: October 21 (a new episode every week).
  • Origin: Manga, written and illustrated by Tomohito Oda.
  • Episodes: To be confirmed.
  • Languages): Japanese and Spanish.
  • Genders: Coming-of-age, romantic comedy, school.

Synopsis: In a school full of unique characters, Tadano helps his shy and antisocial partner Komi fulfill the goal of befriending a hundred people.

* Release dates are subject to last minute changes.

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