Netflix It is giving us one of lime and another of sand, because between cancellations, the end of shared accounts and other various displeasures… Well, it also hits us with some joy when adding great anime series to your catalog.
If this year has already started strong with the return of ‘Haikyuu!’, ‘InuYasha’ and above all ‘Monster’, if we like anime with a touch of terror now we have two more series to add to our list.
And the two in full
Lately Netflix has been recovering some anime that had left the platform, and We can now see ‘Tokyo Ghoul’ whole again. The first two seasons of the series are available, which more or less adapt Sui Ishida’s manga, and then we also have the final two seasons of the anime compressed into ‘Tokyo Ghoul:re’.
tokyo ghoul‘ is set in an alternate reality where ghouls secretly live among humans in order to hunt them down and feed on their meat. One day ken kaneki he manages to survive a deadly attack by one of these creatures, but when he wakes up in the hospital he discovers that the surgery that saved his life has also turned him into a half-ghoul. He now has superhuman abilities, but finds himself living between two opposing worlds.
And of urban fantasy we went full to feudal Japan with ‘Mononoke’. The series began as a spin-off of ‘Ayakashi: Samurai Horror Tales’ and over the years it has become a cult anime. It is a series of 12 chapters, very content and perfect for a horror marathon.
The plot follows a mysterious apothecary who faces all kinds of spirits and supernatural dangers, and in order to exorcise them he must discover their true nature. Soon there will be an anime film to return to the world of ‘Mononoke’, although for now its release date has been delayed while they find a new leading actor.