80s Classic Anime Leaving the Netflix Catalog

Netflix recently added Cowboy Beebop to its library, but will soon lose another anime classic.

Saint Seiya

Saint Seiya is being removed from Netflix services and will no longer be available on the streaming service after December 14. Saint Seiya is a Japanese manga series that was adapted into an anime and was widely loved in the late 90s.

Saint Seiya is a Japanese Anime adaptation of Manga that is loved by many fans. The story follows a character named Seiya, a member of a group of mystical warriors known as the Saints who engage in battle with a suit of armor that the series calls “fabric”. Each of the characters’ designs come from the constellations they take as their guardian symbols. The saints were tasked with protecting the reincarnation of the Greek goddess Athena from other Olympian gods who wanted to take over the planet.


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Saint Seiya

The series already has a strong following and has also gained wide recognition in the Anime community. In fact, it is so popular that it has received many spin-offs and movie adaptations that most other anime or cartoons do not. Just like with Cowboy Beebop, this IP is also adapting to live-action and only time will tell if it will have an anime-like impact.

Another aspect of it is the holes which many fans love. As many casual fans and of course die-hard fans know animes are often praised for their openings. It can make or break a show, this has even been turned into other forms of television series (animated/live-action series). The intro sets the tone, it sets the mood, and gets fans excited at the start of the next chapter in a show.

It’s not clear why Netflix removed the anime from its services but one thing is clear there aren’t any plans to renew the license. Much of this anime is hard to find, only available on some websites or in physical copies. So when fans were told briefly that it would be able to stream in its entirety on Netflix, the news was too good to be true and they were overjoyed. Unfortunately, however, it didn’t last as long as one would expect.

Netflix, however, will keep the content rolling. The company just cast Uncle Iroh in their upcoming movie Avatar The Last Airbender live-action series and it’s clear that Netflix isn’t going to slow down with anime-inspired content anytime soon. Anime is becoming very popular and is welcomed and accepted all over the world. Demon Slayer and Attack the giant both become a mass culture phenomenon and have a strong presence on social networks.

With any luck, this won’t be the last time fans see it Saint Seiya and the live-action adaptation would be good enough to revive the series. According to the advertisement, the series of live-action movies hope to be advertised as much Cowboy Bebop, it seems to have attracted a good audience for the show. Fans have about a month to finish streaming the show and get as much as they can.

Saint Seiya now on Netflix until December 14

The source: ComicBook.Com

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