Blue Eye Samurai Season 2: A Glimpse into the Release Date

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Getting even is best done with a sword. Hold on to your guns, because Netflix is adding Blue Eye Samurai to its long list of animated shows. The show is set in rural Japan in the 17th century during the Edo period. It follows Mizu (Maya Erskine), a mixed-race samurai known for her blue eyes, as she goes on a violent rage to find the man who took her mother against her will and ruined her life. Blue Eye Samurai is a series that brings together action, historical drama, and animation. It was written by the same person who wrote Logan and Blade Runner 2049.

The director of “The Shape of Water” gave an Oscar speech in which he said, “Animation is cinema, animation is not a genre, and animation is ready to be taken to the next step.” It’s expected that Blue Eye Samurai will join adult animation series like Castlevania and Invincible. It has a darker tone than Quentin Tarantino’s Western movies, but it looks and tells stories like Akira Kurosawa’s “chanbara” (sword fighting) movies, which are also called “samurai cinema” in English. Here is everything we know about Blue Eye Samurai right now.

About The Release of Blue Eye Samurai

This enticing and beautiful movie series takes the watcher into a world of bright adult animation with a live-action edge. BLUE EYE SAMURAI takes place in Japan during the Edo period and is about Mizu (voiced by Maya Erskine), a mixed-race sword master who hides her identity and seeks payback. It’s Netflix

On November 3, 2023, all eight episodes of Blue Eye Samurai will be released for the first time on Netflix. The Standard plan with ads costs $6.99 a month, the Standard plan without ads costs $15.49 a month, and the Premium plan costs $19.99 a month. If you haven’t signed up for Netflix yet, you can choose from these three plans. Each plan has different features, like the number of devices it supports, the ability to download, and the quality of the video, so you can find one that fits your budget and watching tastes.

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On October 12, 2023, Netflix put out the trailer for Blue Eye Samurai 1. The clip sets the mood for the Blue Eye Samurai’s (Erskine) desire for revenge with a cover of Metallica’s “For Whom the Bell Tolls” playing in the background. The Mizu was born into bad luck; her mother was taken by force by one of the four white men in Japan, including the cruel Abijah Fowler (Kenneth Branagh). Because of the way her cold blue eyes look, Mizu is determined to kill the men who called her a monster. Some people are worried and wary about what she’s doing, but she doesn’t care about them at all.

What is the cast of “Blue Eye Samurai”?

A fight in Blue Eye Samurai between Mizu and a leader of the FangPicture from Netflix
Erskine does the voice of the main character in Blue Eye Samurai, Mizu. Mizu is a female samurai of mixed race who is hiding her true identity. Her sad past drives her to learn how to use a sword to fight the four men who have ruined her life. Before this part, Erskine became well-known for her lead role in PEN15.

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George Takei plays Seki, Masi Oka plays Ringo, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa plays The Swordmaker, Brenda Song plays Akemi, Darren Barnet plays Taigen, Randall Park plays Heiji Shindo, and Kenneth Branagh plays Abijah Fowler. More big names in the business are also in the cast.

What is the story of “Blue Eye Samurai”?

Blue Eye Samurai is set in Japan in the 1600s, a time when the country’s borders were pretty much closed off. People in Japan could only dream of traveling outside of Japan, but every once in a while, people from other countries would come to Japan, usually to do business illegally. The main character of Blue Eye Samurai, Mizu (Eskine), gets more attention. One of the four white men in Japan took her mother against her will before she was born. This ends up causing Mizu to be born, which she sees as a curse. She calls herself a “creature of shame” and was born in Japan with steel-blue eyes. Now that she is an adult, Mizu wants to get back at the monster that made her by killing the four white men who were there when she was born.

But it’s almost impossible for Mizu to get payback. One thing that was unheard of at the time was women becoming samurai. As part of her quest, Mizu hides the fact that she is a girl and covers up her blue eyes with glasses. Along the way, many characters join her, such as the overly enthusiastic soba maker Ringo (Oka), the cocky warrior Taigen (Darnet), and the princess Akemi (Song). Mizu’s mind is filled with thoughts of revenge, but she slowly learns that beneath her warrior exterior, she is someone who hasn’t accepted her real feelings and weakness yet. It looks like her quest isn’t just about getting revenge; it’s also a journey to find out more about herself.

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“Blue Eye Samurai” Season 2 is undoubtedly one of the most awaited releases in the world of anime. While the exact release date remains a closely guarded secret, the fervor of the fans and the series’ established success indicate that the wait will be worth it. As the journey through feudal Japan continues, viewers can look forward to an exciting and action-packed new season.

We trust that you are now fully prepared for the film. Put on your favorite flicks, open a big bowl of popcorn, and relax. Follow