Netflix's Spriggan: Season 1 Honest Review

Netflix's Spriggan: Season 1 Honest Review

Spriggan, a anime series based on the manga Spriggan written by Hiroshi Takashige and Ryoji Minagawa, was released on Netflix on June 2022.

What Is It About?

The anime series Spriggan, based on the manga with the same name as Hiroshi Takashige and Ryoji Minagawa, depicts a 16-year-old boy who has supernatural abilities and is given the opportunity to find and sell some ancient goods that are powerful enough to be used as weapons for which many organizations are attempting to gain their hands on.

And he tries to get his hands on the artefacts and he tries to secure the artefacts so they won''t end up in the wrong hands.

Spriggan''s manga adaptation was a major hit due to the characters and the plot. The characters and the character development were excellent and the plot itself was stunning. The story from the present was also rich in twists, turns, history, and more.

The anime adaptation isn''t up to the mark as the manga but the characters are very well-designed and animated according to the manga. The series Spriggan has excellent and not-so-bad animations, but the storyline of the series is amazing.

This will be one of the best anime out in the world. The voices themselves made a huge impact on the series'' development, which keeps the audience informed.


Chiaki Kobayashi will voice Yu Ominae, Yohei Azakami will voice the character Jean Jacquemonde, and Kenji Hamada will be seen as Chief Yamamoto, Mariya Ise will voice Yoshino Somei, and Ken Narita will voice Koichi Moroha, Ayumu Murase will voice Colonel MacDougall.

Yoshimasa Hosoya as Iwao Akatsuki, Ryota Takeuchi as Larry Markson, Akio Ohtsuka as Mirage, Mitsuho Kambe as Bowman, Saori Hayami as the character Lt. Col. Maria Clemente

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