Mato Seihei no Slave is one of the most-anticipated manga adaptations, and now we know for sure that it will be made into an anime. The news that the book will be turned into an anime came out last week, and we’re all for it.
In 2019, Mato Seihei no Slave was published in Shueisha’s Shonen Jump+. Takahiro made the series, which has 8 Tankonbon volumes so far!
Takahiro and Tetsuya Tashiro, who made the show, also made Akame ga Kill!, which makes people even more excited about this anime.
Mato Seihei no Slave (Slave of the Magic Capital’s Elite Troops) is being made into an anime by Seven Arcs, the same company that made Blue Period and Arte.
When Will the Movie Mato Seihei No Slave Come Out?
The anime hasn’t been given a release date yet, but it’s likely that the adaptation will air sometime in 2023. From what people are saying, the anime shouldn’t come out before the fall of 2023 at the earliest.
As for how many episodes there will be, this anime could be a single cour with 10–13 episodes. Using the source material as a guide, a second season could start soon after.
Soon, there will be official confirmations about the release time and date, the opening and closing themes, and the number of episodes.
Mato Seihei no Slave will air on TV in Japan like most other shows, but streaming services like Crunchyroll/Funimation and Netflix haven’t said anything yet about streaming or simultaneous broadcasts.
They announced the release date, which is expected to be in 2023, on their official Twitter account. The anime will have to wait until next year, which is a shame.
At AnimeJapan 2023, Takahiro and Yohei Takemura, who made the anime Chained Soldier, said that the show won’t start until January 2024.
After the official date has been announced, more information will be added.
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What Is The Main Story of Mato Seihei No Slave
The Demon-Filled Dimension Called “Mato” Has Opened, and A Type of “Peach” Tree that Grows There Has Fruit that Gives Special Powers to Those Who Eat It, Giving Humanity a Fighting Chance, but Only for Women.
As A Result, Women Rise in Social Status Because They Protect People, While Men Are Treated Like Second-Class Citizens Who Have to Fight for Basic Jobs and Recognition. Cue Yuuki Wakura a Senior in High School Whose Sister Was Taken Five Years Ago During a Mato Event.
While He Is Complaining About how Hard His Life Is Going to Be, an Event Opens Up In Front of Him.
When He Is Being Saved from Demons by Captain Kyouka of The Anti-Demon Corps, She Gives Him Powers as Her “Slave” and Turns Him Into a Powerful Beast Mount that Kills the Monsters. But Being Her Slave Comes with A Surprising Cost, and It’s Not Him Who Has to Pay It.
Chained Soldier News
Chained Soldier, also called Mato Seihei no Slave in Japan, is a manga that was written by Takahiro and drawn by Yohei Takemura. It was published in Japan as a serial.
In January 2019, the manga came out on Shonen Jump+, an online platform run by Shueisha. They have already turned it into 12 volumes of manga, with the most recent one coming out on January 4, 2023.
Because the manga is so popular, many publishers from outside of Japan want to license it.
Yen Press from North America, Kurokawa from France, and Panini Comics from Italy are said to be the three licensees.
With an amazing record of 150 million views in Shounen Jump+ and 1.5 hard copies sold, it is not surprising that it will be made into an anime. Fans, on the other hand, are worried about how this series will end.
Based on how similar anime shows are usually made, there will be 12 or 13 episodes in total. Where is a good place to break? Many people think that chapters 42 or 43 will be the best place to stop.
But can a single season of anime move that quickly without messing up the story? Most likely not.
Even though fans are worried, they have high hopes for this anime. With an all-star cast and a team with a lot of experience, let’s hope that this anime makes it to the top of the list for 2023.