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Netflix Schedules The ‘Akame ga Kill!’ Anime treaming

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When Tatsumi set off for the Capital, it was with fantasies of earning riches for his poverty-stricken hometown. Instead, his friends were murdered and Tatsumi finds himself at the center of a bloody revolution.

Sentai Filmworks previously brought out Akame ga Kill! with a pair of half-season sets and some premium material and Crunchyroll continues to stream the show. Now, it looks like the series is about to get some expanded distribution that could put it in front of a lot of new faces. Netflix is currently listing a March 1st, 2020 debut for the series on the service with a trailer streaming on the series page. We won’t know until it arrives what new language options there might be for it.

Plot Concept: When Tatsumi set off for the Capital, it was with fantasies of earning riches for his poverty-stricken hometown. Instead, his friends were murdered and Tatsumi finds himself at the center of a bloody revolution. With an evil Prime Minister, the Secret Police, and the armies of an Empire on one side, and the elite assassins known as Night Raid and a handful of rebels on the other, it might sound like an impossible battle for Tatsumi’s new allies to win. However, the playing field is leveled with the addition of a legendary set of unstoppable weapons, the Imperial Arms. Unfortunately, to use an Imperial Arm is practically a death sentence in itself, for while the Arms are indestructible, few wielders can survive using them for long in AKAME GA KILL – THE COMPLETE COLLECTION!

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