Yasuke Arrived On Netflix Making Success! - News Geek

Yasuke arrived on Netflix being successful!

Netflix's new anime is a hit with the public, even being compared to Afro Samurai!

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Let's talk about good thing! And also the newest animation from Netflix so you can spend the holiday watching. Yasuke is the newest release from the streaming platform, Netflix. In addition, the anime tells a story based on real events, and what's more, it also has exceptional quality.

So, if you are looking for something to watch, this is a choice that you will not regret, after all, the anime is very good. In other words, don't waste time, and discover this new universe that is being presented to us and that contains a lot of history lessons.

Netflix has been pushing ahead with its original anime plans for a few years now, and the initiative is catching up. After successes with Devilman Crybaby and Castlevania, a new series has just arrived on the service for all to see. If you didn't know, the Yasuke show is now available to watch, and it looks like netizens are loving the samurai tale even more than expected.

As you can see in the slides below, Yasuke is being talked about all over the internet after his debut. Netizens are evaluating the historical series as it tackles a lesson most didn't learn in school. Yasuke tells the story of a black samurai who served in Japan, and he was very real. Now, LeSean Thomas has brought the hero to life on screen, and he's already a star.

Yasuke | Official trailer | Netflix | YouTube.

Yasuke, Netflix's newest hit animation.

For those unfamiliar with Yasuke's backstory, well - you just need to learn about the real man himself. Yasuke was a black samurai who served during the rule of daimyo Oda Nobunaga in the 16th century. Yasuke was born in Africa before being taken to Japan in 1579 by an Italian missionary. He is considered by some scholars to be one of the first Africans brought to Japan along with others held by the Portuguese. Yasuke became a samurai in service and is said to have witnessed the Honno-ji Incident, an event that ended with the daimyo Nobunaga committing ritual suicide at the hands of a general.

Yasuke is only six episodes long, and is fictionalized for much of the samurai's life. Records of his story are sparse and fans agree that the show's creative team did an excellent job capturing Yasuke's story. So if you haven't checked it out yet, you better do it soon!


“Yasuke? Something to add to the list of excellence along with Boondocks and Afro Samurai”

Anyway, what the anime is generating from comments on twitter , is not little. After all, the anime tells a very satisfying story, apart from the animation quality that we have nothing to complain about! Besides, you already know where to watch it, don't you? So, as the name suggests, you can find Netflix!

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