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We are a week or so away from the start of the new Spring 2021 anime season. This season is gearing up to be a blast. Many new titles come out, such as Those Snow White Notes, It's Disgusting to Call This Love, and the popular manga; Don't Toy With Me, Miss Nagatoro. We also have a few anime shows continuing their seasons, such as My Hero Academia, MEGALOBOX, and Zombie Land Saga. We are also seeing a remastered/remake of Shaman King, which is coming on April 1st. With all the anime coming out this Spring, we wanted to highlight some of the anime that Team Imouri and friends plan to watch.
Let's All Become Heroes
Ryan, Imorui's founder, is excited for "My Hero Academia Season 5". Who hasn't seen heard of "My Hero Academia" outside of the general anime community? "My Hero Academia Season 5" takes place right after the School Festival arc. This season will start with the Joint Training Arc which Class 1-A and 1-B students face off against one another to see how much each student has grown. The fifth season will air on Saturday, March 27th, and available on Funimation, Crunchyroll, and U.S. Hulu.
The End of the World is Near
Our close friend Morgan has waited a long time for this particular anime to come out. It's been a long time coming, but "The World Ends with You" finally gets an anime adaptation. "The World Ends with You" is a popular Nintendo DS JRPG game. The main character Neku Sakuraba is put in a scenario where he has to play games set in the urban Shibuya shopping district in Japan. Fans of this game have waited forever for this to become an anime. The series is set to air on April 10th and will be available worldwide on Funimation.
The Tease Keeps Coming
One of our Secret Anime Club members named SirNimblyBottoms is looking forward to the anime adaptation of "Don't Toy With Me, Miss Nagatoro." A popular manga alongside "Uzaki-chan Wants to Hang Out" follows the exploits of Hayase Nagatoro as she teases her sempai Naoto Hachioji. As you can tell, shenanigans will ensure when these two get together. Hopefully, the Twitter community will not give this anime any backlash like they did with "Uzaki-chan Wants to Hang Out," but it's doubtful. Regardless, this anime is highly anticipated and will be a lot of fun to watch. The series is set to premiere on April 11th on Crunchyroll.
There Will Be Blood
Brad, another close Imouri friend, and two Secret Anime Club Members named Boat Chicken, and TestmyEcho eagerly await "MEGALOBOX - Nomad." The second season takes place seven years after the first season. The anime is set in a futuristic Japan where a clear wealthy and unwealthy caste system and the entertainment of choice is Megalo Boxing, boxing with enhancements to increase lethality. It's gritty, action-packed, and bloody. "MEGALOBOX - Nomad" is set to air on April 4th on Funimation and possibly Crunchyroll.
Time for the Monster Mash
The anime I'm most looking forward to is "Zombie Land Saga Revenge." I love idol anime and the first season was terrific. I love all the fantastic and catchy songs, and the character development is amazing. Suppose you haven't heard of Zombie Land Saga. The premise is famous singers. Some characters who have died are brought back to life to be part of the ultimate idol group to revive the Saga Prefecture. The second season is set to premiere on April 8th on Crunchyroll.
Hail to the King
The anime that everyone is looking forward to this Spring is the new "Shaman King Remake." "Shaman King" originally aired on June 8th, 1998, with Shonen Jump. The premise involves individuals with special powers who use warrior spirits to battle one another. The goal is to become the next shaman king and to determine the fate of the world. Since its announcement, it's been a hot topic for must-watch anime. Will Yoh Asakura have what it takes to be the next shaman king? The anime is set to release in Japan on April 1st but could be longer in North America as Netflix picked up the streaming rights.
What anime shows are you looking forward to this Spring? Leave a comment on our Facebook Page or go to the Secret Anime Club and let us know there. Happy watching!