Netflix has an original anime called. announced Hell: Samurai soul. The new anime film is set in the same universe as the 2016 Netflix film starring Will Smith, but is set in Japan during the end of the shogunate and the beginning of the Meiji period.

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Samurai Soul’s unique animation style is due to be released on October 12th and is said to combine “Japanese woodcut art with 3DCG technology”. There is also a talented voice behind the film with Simu Liu (Shang-Chi and the legend of the ten rings) plays the main character Izou, Fred Mancuso plays the Orc Raiden and Yuzu Harada plays Sonya.

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“In the period between the fall of the shogunate and the rise of the Meiji era, a strong bright light emitted from a wand ends the long shogunate period to prevent further bloodshed as Japan begins to embark on a new era zuzubewegen “, says the official summary for Hell: Samurai soul. “In the midst of these circumstances, a one-eyed wandering ronin named Izou, who has lost his purpose in life, and Raiden, an orc who hates murder and hopes to leave a life of thieves behind, separately meet a young elf girl named Sonya at the same time .

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“Together they embark on a journey along Tokaido Street to bring her and the wand she is holding safely to the land of the elves in the north. Standing in their way is the mysterious organization Inferni, which aims to obtain the wand and revive the Dark Lord who wants to rule all of creation. Inferni is also using the new Meiji government to steal the wand from Izou, Raiden and Sonya. “