List of Shaman King Episodes

List Of Shaman King Episodes

The episodes of the Shaman King anime series are based on the manga of the same name written by Hiroyuki Takei. They are directed by Seiji Mizushima and produced by Xebec. The plot follows the adventures of a Shaman boy named Yoh Asakura participates in the shaman fights in order to become the Shaman King.

The episodes were aired between July 4, 2001 and September 25, 2002 on TV Tokyo in Japan and spanned sixty-four episodes. 4Kids Entertainment obtained the rights to the Shaman King anime where it premiered on 4Kids network Foxbox on August 30, 2003. The final episode aired on September 3, 2005.

The episodes were collected into sixteen DVD compilations by King Records and released between October 30, 2001 and January 22, 2003. The DVDs were later collected and released in three box sets between August 27, 2008 and December 25, 2008. As of August 2009, five DVD compilations of the English adaption have been released by Funimation Entertainment released in an uncut form.

Five themes of music were used throughout the series. The opening themes are "Over Soul" from episodes one to thirty four, and Northern Lights onwards towards the end; both were by Megumi Hayashibara. The three ending themes are "Trust You" from episodes one to thirty four by Hayashibara, "Omokage" (おもかげ?, lit. Reminiscent) from episodes thirty five to sixty three also by Hayashibara, and "Tamashii Kasanete" (魂かさねて?, lit. Souls Overlap) for the final episode by Yūko Satō. Several CDs that contain the theme music and other tracks have been released by King records.

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