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Ultramarine Magmell Anime Streams on Netflix in U.S.

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Adventure series about explorers on new continent premiered in Japan on April 7

Netflix began streaming Ultramarine Magmell, Studio Pierrot's television anime adaptation of Chinese creator Dainenbyō's Gunjō no Magmell (Magmell of the Sea Blue) manga, in the United States on Thursday.

The anime premiered in Japan on April 7.

Hayato Date (Naruto, Naruto Shippūden, Saiyuki) directed the series at studio Pierrot. Chūji Mikasano (Tokyo Ghoul, Tokyo Ghoul √A, Tokyo Ghoul:re) was in charge of scenario organization. Yasuharu Takanashi (Fairy Tail, Naruto Shippūden, Boruto: Naruto Next Generations) composed the music.

Idol group Fudanjuku performed the opening theme song "Dash&Daaash!!," and the band a flood of circle performed the ending song "The Key."

The fantasy series takes place in a world where a new continent named Magmell suddenly appears in the ocean, and a new age of exploration begins. Explorers venture to the island to find previously unknown lifeforms and resources, but experience one disaster after another. The manga follows the mysterious young men who make a living as relief workers who aid the explorers.

Dainenbyō launched the manga on Shueisha's Shonen Jump+ app in June 2015, and Shueisha published the 92nd chapter on September 3. Shueisha published the manga's fourth volume in print in July 2017.

Source: Netflix via WTK


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