Kengan Ashura Now Streaming on Netflix

Streaming service Netflix has begun streaming one of their latest anime titles from their ‘Netflix Series’ line-up.

The series, in particular, is Kengan Ashura, which is now available across all territories with access to the service. The series is split into two parts, with Part 1 covering a total of 12 episodes. Part 2 will be available at an undetermined release window.

The series can be watched in multiple languages and subtitles. For audio, you have Japanese, English, French, European Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese and Japanese with Audio Description. For the subtitles, you have English, French, Polish, Traditional Chinese, Arabic and English with Closed Captions.

Kengan Ashura is based on the 2012 manga series of the same name written by Yabako Sandrovich and illustrated by Daromeon. The anime was adapted into 3DCG format by studio Larx Entertainment (Jūsen Battle Monsuno). Yabako Sandrovich wrote another manga series that had also received an anime adaptation airing this season called How Heavy Are the Dumbbells You Lift?, which is available over on Funimation.

About Kengan Ashura (via Netflix):

Ohma Tokita enters a hidden world where corporate disputes are settled in brutal gladiator bouts. Forget the money, he just wants to fight — and win.

Netflix continues to add more anime exclusives to their streaming service, with this August adding Cannon Busters, Carole & Tuesday Part I and Hero Mask Part II. Earlier this month they also added Saint Seiya: Knights of the Zodiac Part I. You can find out more about what else is coming to Netflix in the future via our 2019 list here.

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Grav is your average generic anime character who went to University, joined and took over the Sheffield Hallam anime society, graduated, got a job, and after various tropes is now back at University. He considers himself a man of culture and likes a lot of anime, even the ones that are considered bad. He likes harems, isekai and pouts too.

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