Kimetsu no Yaiba, Naruto and Goblin Slayer arrive on Prime Video in January

Amazon has announced that it will add three new anime to its catalog of Prime Video this January. The North American giant continues to maintain a great relationship with Select Vision, holder of a multitude of series and Japanese animation films in our country, and now give the long-awaited news that fans were waiting for: the first season of Kimetsu no Yaiba (Guardians of the Night) can be seen in full in the service.

We won’t have to wait long to enjoy those first 26 episodes of one of the anime shonen most important and popular of the last decade; like Naruto, the legend of the ninja of the Hidden Villa of the Leaf, which to everyone’s surprise will also be added – apparently in full – on Prime Video this January 2022. The latest major addition announced is Goblin Slayer, the work of Kagyu Kumo, which after sweeping the world of light novels had its own anime series produced by White Fox with a total of 12 episodes.

Kimetsu no Yaiba (Guardians of the Night) will finally be able to be seen in full in Spain

Some followers of Kimetsu no Yaiba they wondered why it was possible to see the movie of Guardians of the Night (Kimetsu No Yaiba): The Infinite Train on Prime Video – you can read here our review—, which serves as an interlude between Season 1 and Season 2, as well as Season 2 (Crunchyroll), but not the original season. The reason is none other than a commercial decision, given that El Tren Infinito was making people talk around the world and served as an international showcase to publicize the license.

Taking into account that before the end of this month of January we will be able to see Season 1 on Prime Video in Spain, anyone who wants to catch up with the series can do so in full and officially through these two portals:

  • Temporada 1 de Kimetsu no Yaiba: Prime Video
  • The Infinity Train movie: Prime Video
  • Temporada 2 de Kimetsu no Yaiba: Crunchyroll

Currently, the Season 2 from Guardians of the night is currently broadcasting on Crunchyroll in the form of simulcast with Japan; In other words, every week we have a new episode with Spanish subtitles at the same time that it is broadcast in the Japanese country.

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Source | Prime Video