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Shaman King Season 1 Episode 24 Release Date and Watch Online

Shaman King Season 1 Episode 24 is expected to release on 23rd September 2021. Fans can watch it online on Netflix.

Shaman King is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Hiroyuki Takei. The anime is produced by Bridge and directed by Joji Furuta, with a series composition by Shoji Yonemura and music composed by Yuki Hayashi. It premiered on TV Tokyo and various other TX Network stations.

In this series Hao Asakura, an ancient shaman who learned to reincarnate himself is reborn in the present and escapes his family with the spirit of fire while leaving behind his twin brother Yoh. Years later, Yoh Asakura meets Manta Oyamada and awakens the spirit of a samurai named Amidamaru while dealing with a gang of hoodlums lead by Ryunosuke Umemiya.

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Know More About Shaman King

The series, “Shaman King” follows the adventures of Yoh Asakura as he attempts to hone his shaman skills to become the Shaman King by winning the Shaman Fight. Anna Kyoyama, Yoh’s fiancee, soon enters the scene and prescribes a brutal training regimen to prepare him for the tournament. During the Shaman fight, Yoh encounters his twin brother Hao Asakura.

Season 1 Episode 24 titled “Trust No One,” is all about that, all bets are on Yoh and the Iron Maiden as only they have performed well in the competition. However, Ren and Hao are yet to enter the battlefield, and also, the X Laws and Yoh’s team would collide in the championship.

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Shaman King Season 1 Episode 24 Release Date

Most of the fans have been curiously waiting to know episode 24 release date as this series received huge popularity within the premiere of just a few episodes. So the wait is over. It is scheduled to be released this week, i.e; on Thursday, September 23rd, 2021.

Shaman King Season 1 Episode 24

Where to Watch

Viewers are eagerly waiting to see the upcoming episodes. So they can stream it online on Netflix.

Stay tuned with Stanford Art Review for more updates.

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