Anime and Manga, it seems, are everywhere!
The streaming service announced on Thursday that it will be releasing a total of four anime titles, bringing the total to eight anime series.
Netflix will also be adding an additional 20-episode season to the already-existing season of the original anime series, “The Order: 1886.”
The anime series that Netflix will be launching are:Bleach: The One-Shot that aired in 2012, a sequel to the original game series, Bleach: The Last Game that aired as a mini-series in 2013, and a prequel that aired at the end of 2014.
In addition, Netflix is also releasing “Bishoujo Senshi Gundam” as a two-episode prequel to the first series in 2019.
The anime will also include the original soundtrack, featuring original music by the original composers, which will be released in a bundle with the season of each anime.
The streaming service has also revealed two more titles for its catalog, “Hana no Shoujo,” which was created by anime director Hiroyuki Arakawa and aired in 2009, and “Yowamushi Pedal,” a manga that was first published in 2011 and aired as part of the “B-Project” manga series.
Netflix also announced a series of “Tales of Zestiria,” an episodic anthology series from the studio Blue Sky, which is also adapting the Japanese novel series.
A trailer of the series, titled “Zestirian Tales,” was shown earlier this week.
Netflix has also announced the release of two more anime series: the upcoming anime adaptation of “Yu-Gi-Oh!
Zexal” by Yuji Kondo, and the original “Rurouni Kenshin” by Katsuhiro Otomo.