Shaman King Episode 21 Release Date, Recap, And Spoilers

Shaman King Episode 21 Release Date, Recap, And Spoilers

Shaman King has 52 episodes in total and has successfully released 20 episodes of the show. Shaman King Episode 21 will be out soon and we have everything you need to know about the next episode of the show.

Shaman King is a reboot of an anime that was previously released in 2001. The series is based on the manga named shaman king. The production of the show is Bridge and the director of the show is Joji Furuta. It premiered on April 1, 2021, and started streaming on Netflix after Netflix purchased the rights for it on August 9, 2021.


Shaman King follows Yoh Asakura, a Shanon in practice who enters a competition that is held every 500 years. The winner of the competition comes out as the superior Shanon. A shaman is a person who has the ability to see the ghosts and communicate with them that are invisible to the common people.

He meets Manta a boy who is able to see ghosts and otherworldly creatures. The series follows Yoh and Manta throughout the journey to becoming the shaman king. Let’s move on to  Shaman King Episode 21 Release Date and recap.

Shaman King Episode 21 Release Date, Recap, And Spoilers


Before moving further with Shaman King Episode 21 Release Date, let’s get a quick recap.


The last episode showed most of Chocolove’s story. We saw a flashback that shows how Chocolove lost his parents on Christmas. A home invasion leads to their death. Chocolove joined the gang and started to use his anger as his strength. He also started having power very others. Soon he met a man who made him laugh and Chocolove decided to. Follow in his footsteps and decided to make the world a better place with his jokes and inspired him to become a comedian.

He learned that the way to bring everyone together is through harmony peace and joy, not anger. Chocolove soon learned and adapted his method. He uses this method to kill peyote in the last episode.

The episode ends with Ren declares war against Yoh and says that he and his team will defeat him at all cost. And Ex-laws also show up along with Lyserg. Who joined Ex-laws.

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Shaman King Episode 21 Release Date, Recap, And Spoilers

Shaman King Episode 21 Spoilers

In Episode 21, we can see the match of Ex-laws as we saw them appearing at the end of the last episode. We can also the battle between Ren and Yoh as Ren challenges him at the end of the episode. The teaser of Shaman King episode 21 is not out yet so we cannot say much about the next episode but it will be fun for sure. We will keep you up to date with all the information about the show.

Shaman King Episode 21 Release Date

Episode 21 is ready to release and will be on schedule this week. One of the last episodes was delayed but this episode is ready to release on September 2, 2021. The show will go on air on Thursday and it might not be available for the audience outside Japan.

But there are possibilities that the English subtitled version will be available to the international audiences by the next few days.

Shaman King Episode 21 Release Date, Recap, And Spoilers

Where To Watch

You can watch the episodes of Shaman King along with Shaman King Episode 21 on Netflix.  Netflix bought the rights to stream the show and the show started streaming on Netflix on August 9, 2021. 13 episodes of the show are available on Netflix and there is the possibility that all the other episodes will also be soon available on Netflix too.


Ques: Is Shaman King coming back?

Ans: 13 episodes of the anime series Shaman King just landed on Netflix around the world and good news if you’ve already blown through them, more is on the way.

Ques: Who is the strongest in Shaman King?

Ans: Hao Asakura.

Ques: Is there romance in Shaman King?

Ans: Not really, no. The closest it gets is Anna and Yoh, which isn’t really what you’d usually consider a typical romance story.

Ques: Is Shaman King underrated?

Ans: Definitely underrated series, actually darker than what you’d expect for a shounen. I mean, quite a lot of people die in this series. But I implore more people to read the series, it’s really good and is definitely worth it.

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