Netflix pronounces the discharge date for Samurai Rabbit: The Usagi Chronicles, the animated present impressed by Stan Sakai’s Eisner-winning comedian.
Netflix has now introduced the discharge date for Samurai Rabbit: The Usagi Chronicles, the animated sequence, which is impressed by Stan Sakai’s Eisner-winning Darkish Horse Comics comedian e book sequence, Usagi Yojimbo. The animated undertaking stars Netflix’s By no means Have I Ever actor Darren Barnet as the principle character, Samurai Yuichi. Voice actors within the forged additionally embrace Shelby Rabara, Aleks Le and Mallory Low. Sakai is an govt producer with Gaumont, Darkish Horse Leisure, and Atomic Monster. Sakai has written, drawn, and lettered Usagi Yojimbo for 37 years, and his character has beforehand appeared in a number of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles animated exhibits.
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In keeping with ComicBook.com, Netflix has introduced an April 28 launch date for the debut of Samurai Rabbit: The Usagi Chronicles. Candie and Doug Langdale are the showrunners, writers and govt producers of the brand new sequence. The prolific writing duo is additionally writing the upcoming Netflix animated movie I, Chihuahua, which stars Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias. The pair have additionally beforehand written on tasks resembling The Adventures of Puss in Boots and Scooby-Doo! Shaggy’s Showdown. Sakai can be reportedly deeply concerned with Samurai Rabbit: The Usagi Chronicles, having been quoted as saying “I approve every thing.”
Samurai Rabbit: The Usagi Chronicles follows the teenage rabbit, Samurai Yuichi, descendent of the nice warrior Miyamoto Usagi, on his epic quest to change into a real samurai. Yuichi leads a ragtag crew of misfit heroes – together with a roguish bounty hunter, a crafty ninja, an acrobatic pickpocket and a devoted pet lizard – as he battles depth-charging moles, metal-tipped winged bats, and monsters from one other dimension, all within the pursuit to change into one of the best Samurai Usagi!
Extra: Netflix: Each Film & TV Present Releasing In April 2022
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