[UPDATE]: To all our fans and friends in manga we wanted to let you know about an important update. Shaman King and its spinoffs will momentarily be delayed. To find out more details please visit our blog post here. We will be sure to update you all once we have more information. Thanks for your understanding & patience.
Shaman King Returns with ALL 35 Volumes Completed in English for the First Time Ever
July 21, 2020 – New York, NY – Kodansha USA Publishing and comiXology Originals announced today, that after years out of print, Shaman King, Hiroyuki Takei‘s shonen manga classic, will return in English and be completed for the first time ever. Release date pending. Featuring brand-new cover art from the creator himself, all 35 volumes of the original Shaman King series – including the final three volumes never before published in English – will be available to read digitally, as part of the comiXology Originals line of exclusive content. These titles can be read upon release at no additional cost for members of Amazon Prime via their Prime Reading benefit, Kindle Unlimited and comiXology Unlimited, and will also be available for purchase on Kindle and comiXology.
“It’s been over 10 years since I’ve completed Shaman King. But finally –– at last –– I can deliver the true ending to the story to the fans in America,” says Shaman King creator Hiroyuki Takei. “It’s a message from my heart, and I think it’s a particularly important one in this day and age. I hope that it’ll reach the hearts of many comrades.”
In the world of Shaman King, shamans possess mysterious powers that allow them to commune with gods, spirits, and even the dead…and Manta Oyamada’s about to learn all about them, because his class just welcomed a new transfer student: Yoh Asakura, a boy from way off in Izumo…and a shaman in training!
More about Shaman King
Shaman King was first published in Weekly Shonen Jump from 1998 to 2004, and was adapted into a 64-episode anime in 2001. VIZ Media oversaw the English-language debut of both the manga and anime in 2003. Shaman King also spawned a number sequels and spin-offs, currently only available in Japanese including: Shaman King Zero, Shaman King: Flowers, Shaman King: Super Star and Shaman King: Red Crimson.
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