Blade of the Immortal Anime Launches First Two Episodes

Blade of the Immortal is a particularly graphic anime, diving into the story of an immortal swordsman who has to kill one thousand evil males with the intention to be freed of his “curse” of immortality. Manji has appeared earlier than in an anime sequence, stay motion movie, and a manga of his personal, and he is now returning as soon as once more with a brand new anime on Amazon Prime which, lo and behold, is presently accessible to look at! With its first two episodes now launched on the streaming service, you’ll be able to soar into the harsh world of this bloody samurai story!

Twitter User NormanicGrav observed that the sequence had dropped its first two episodes on Amazon Prime, permitting subscribers to enter the world of the Blade of the Immortal and his seemingly by no means ending quest to earn his everlasting relaxation:

This new interpretation of Manji and the numerous ronin and samurai that fall beneath his blade is seeking to be a “complete adaptation” of the authentic manga sequence, which adopted the immortal samurai via some extraordinarily visceral brawls. Not solely do the protagonist’s enemies meet their ends, so to does Manji himself get severely injured time after time together with his limbs flying into the foreground throughout any given episode and him struggling extreme accidents as he makes an attempt to finish his quest.

If you are a giant fan of samurai tales akin to Lone Wolf And Cub and Samurai Champloo, Blade of the Immortal is certainly price trying out!

Will you be watching this model new interpretation of the world of Manji and his quest streaming on Amazon Prime? Did you get pleasure from the previous interpretations of the Blade of the Immortal? Feel free to tell us in the feedback or hit me up immediately on Twitter @EVComedy to speak all issues comics, anime, and bloody anime samurai!


Blade of the Immortal was initially created by Hiroaki Samura for Kodansha’s Afternoon journal in 1993, and the sequence was later tailored into an anime in 2008 by Bee Train and Production I.G. The sequence has been licensed for an English-language launch by Dark Horse Comics, and even had a live-action movie directed by Takashi Miike in 2017. The sequence is described as such:

“Manji, a ronin warrior of feudal Japan, has been cursed with immortality. To rid himself of this curse and end his life of misery, he must slay one thousand evil men! His quest begins when a young girl seeks his help in taking revenge on her parents’ killers…and his quest won’t end until the blood of a thousand has spilled!”

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