Are you a regular viewer or a fan of Shaman King then it’s quite obvious that after watching episode 14, now you’re eagerly waiting for the next episode. So, for this reason, here we come with some information regarding this.
Shaman King, the Japanese manga series gradually increase its popularity not only in Japan but throughout the world with its unique storyline. That’s why with time production can feel the pressure of expectations from the fans. And now, the production is all set to release their upcoming episode. So, if you are interested to know more about it, then go through this article till the end. But before that let’s quickly discuss this manga series.
About the Shaman King series
Shaman King is a Japanese anime manga series that is based on supernatant abilities and adventure. The story is written and illustrated by Hiroyuki Takei and later Shueisha (former) and Kodansha the two famous publishers publish it.
The plot of the series is based on a man named Yoh Asakura who is a shaman ( a medium or a platform between the dead world and living beings). The main character Yoh wants to become a shaman King and wants to contact great spirit directly. And in this way, he wants to rebuild the whole world and operate it with his fingertips.
So, this is the main plot of the story. If you do still not watch it then I suggest you should immediately watch this anime series.
Release Date of episode 15
Episode 15 of Shaman King will be officially released on 8th July 2021. As per the official news, it will available to watch at 5:55 pm in JST.
Besides this, you can also watch the show on the same date, according to your country clockwise.
The Pacific timing of the show is 1:55 pm while central and eastern time is 3:55 and 4:55 pm respectively.
How to watch online?
You can watch this episode exclusively on Netflix in the English language. Besides this, here you can watch it in the Japanese language with English subtitles. But unfortunately, you don’t watch this episode on Crunchyroll as the OTT platform hasn’t the broadcasting rights.
So, that’s all for today. Stay tuned with Stanford Arts Review for the latest updates.