Anime Series Adaptation of Classic Manga ‘Spriggan’ is Heading to Netflix in June 2022 - Release Date and Everything We Know so Far

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Spriggan is an upcoming Netflix Original Japanese sci-fi anime series and adaptation of the classical manga created by Hiroshi Takashige and illustrated by Ryōji Minagawa. The manga ran for 11 volumes and was initially published in Weekly Shnen Sunday in February 1989, then in Shnen Sunday Zkan from 1992 to 1996. It was most recently adapted into a film in 1998, directed by Katsuhiro Otomo.

Subsequent to the manga's debut in the 1990s, Studio 4°C produced a feature-length film, which was released by Toho Animation in 1998. The film was followed by a computer game called Spriggan: Lunar Verse in 1999, which apparently grossed over 350 million Yen at the Japanese box office (around $2.5 million in today's money).

Spriggan Release Date

Spriggan anime series is set to release worldwide via the Netflix streaming platform on Saturday, June 18, 2022.

Spriggan Trailer

Netflix has shared a new trailer for Spriggan. You may watch it down here.

Spriggan Plot

A long time ago, an ancient civilisation governed the Earth, but it was eventually destroyed. They reveal how to wield the powerful creations they employed in texts left for future generations to find. Various factions begin their search for unknown relics to employ against their adversaries. The ARCAM Corporation and their elite squadron of troops known as Spriggans stand in their way.

Spriggan Cast

  • Chiaki Kobayashi (Great Pretender) as Yuu Ominae

  • Youhei Azakami (Seven Deadly Sins) as Jean Jacquemondo

  • Kenji Hamada (One Piece) as Director Yamamoto

  • Ayumu Murase (Haikyu!!) as Colonel MacDougall.

The remaining cast members are Yoshimasa, Hosoya, Ken Narita, and Mariya Ise, who portray the voices of Iwao Akatsuki, Kouichi Moroha, and Yoshino Somei, respectively.

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