Naruto, Goblin Slayer and the first season of Night’s Watch (Kimetsu no Yaiba) already have a release date on Prime Video, Amazon’s on-demand subscription service for series, movies and documentaries. After confirming these three licenses on the platform for this month of January 2022, the company confirmed the exact debut dates for each of these popular anime. We pass the list:
- Naruto: January 14, 2022.
- Goblin Slayer: January 14, 2022.
- Guardians of the Night (Kimetsu no Yaiba): February 1, 2022.
Kimetsu no Yaiba can finally be seen in full in Spain
Although the original plan was for them all to be available to Prime Video subscribers in January, the hugely popular Kimetsu no Yaiba will eventually beg for a few more days; the silver lining is that Selecta Vision has confirmed that Season 1 will be added in its entirety.
As they are the licensees – it is already available in DVD and Blu-ray format with different editions in stores throughout Spain – Prime Video will receive the 26 episodes that make up this season 1 this February 1. To this must be added the film Night Watch (Kimetsu no Yaiba) – The Infinite Train, one of the highest rated anime films in history and the most profitable of all time in Japan, which is now available in the service both in Japanese with subtitles and in full French. For the uninitiated, this movie takes place right after the first season… and before season 2 (specifically, volumes 7 and 8 of the manga; the Mugen Train arc). Here we also tell you how to watch season 2 in Spain.
Regarding Naruto, this is the mythical original series that covers the character’s first big step before Naruto’s journey to train with Jiraiya. It’s a highly acclaimed milestone, both in the manga and anime, at 220 episodes. After Naruto comes Naruto Shippuden, on whose license they are already working from Select Vision.
Origin | Select Vision
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