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Shaman King

English: Shaman King
Japanese: シャーマンキング
Type: TV
Episodes: 64
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 4, 2001 to Sep 25, 2002
Premiered: Summer 2001
Broadcast: Unknown
Producers: TV Tokyo, Nihon Ad Systems, TV Tokyo Music
Licensors: 4Kids Entertainment
Studios: Xebec
Source: Manga
Genres: Action, Adventure, Comedy, Drama, Shounen, Supernatural
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
Score: 7.83 (scored by 96,747 users)
Ranked: #800
Popularity: #279
Members: 165,307
Favorites: 2,272

Description of Shaman King

A battle is about to begin in Tokyo: the Shaman Fight, a tournament held every five hundred years where shaman—those who can command spirits—confront each other in combat. The victor of this contest becomes the Shaman King and the only one who is able to contact and control the Great Spirit, allowing them to reshape the world as they please through its immense power.

During a late night walk, Manta Oyamada runs into his classmate, the carefree You Asakura, who invites him to come stargazing with some friends, who, to Manta's horror, turn out to be ghosts from a local cemetery! However, the knowledge that Manta possesses—a rare sixth sense that allows Manta to see these spirits—endears the boy to You. So when You finds out that his new comrade has been beaten up by a local gang, he decides to avenge him with the help of Amidamaru, a samurai ghost whose tomb was broken by the gang leader.

Soon Manta uncovers more about the world of spirits, including the Shaman Fight, in which his new friend You aims to claim victory.

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List of Characters and Actors

 
Konishi, Katsuyuki
Japanese  
 
Amidamaru
Main  
 
Sato, Yuko
Japanese  
 
Asakura, You
Main  
 
Takayama, Minami
Japanese  
 
Asakura, Hao
Main  
 
Hayashibara, Megumi
Japanese  
 
Kyouyama, Anna
Main  
 
Inuyama, Inuko
Japanese  
 
Oyamada, Manta
Main  
 
Park, Romi
Japanese  
 
Tao, Ren
Main  
 
Tsuji, Shinpachi
Japanese  
 
Anderson, Billy
Supporting  
 
Horiuchi, Kenyuu
Japanese  
 
Asakura, Mikihisa
Supporting  
 
Doi, Mika
Japanese  
 
Asakura, Keiko
Supporting  
 
Aono, Takeshi
Japanese  
 
Asakura, Youmei
Supporting  
 
Kyouda, Hisako
Japanese  
 
Asakura, Kino
Supporting  
 
Miyata, Kouki
Japanese  
 
Ashil
Supporting  
 
Tsuji, Shinpachi
Japanese  
 
Bason
Supporting  
 
Soumi, Yoko
Japanese  
 
Bismarch, Kanna
Supporting  
 
Sonobe, Yoshinori
Japanese  
 
Burton, Bill
Supporting  
 
Miki, Shinichiro
Japanese  
 
Chrysler
Supporting  
 
Kashiwakura, Tsutomu
Japanese  
 
Conchi
Supporting  
 
Madono, Mitsuaki
Japanese  
 
Díaz, Peyote
Supporting  
 
Konishi, Katsuyuki
Japanese  
 
Denbat, John
Supporting  
 
Satou, Masamichi
Japanese  
 
Diethel, Liam
Supporting  
 
Soumi, Yoko
Japanese  
 
Diethel, Lyserg
Supporting  
 
Ishii, Kouji
Japanese  
 
Dracula, Boris Tepes
Supporting  
 
Acevedo, Patricia
Spanish  
 
Eliza
Supporting  
 
Tsumura, Makoto
Japanese  
 
Ellie
Supporting  
 
Koyasu, Takehito
Japanese  
 
Faust VIII, Johann
Supporting  
 
Katsuki, Masako
Japanese  
 
Gagarik, Zorya
Supporting  
 
Mizuki, Nana
Japanese  
 
Graham, Pino
Supporting  
 
Ueda, Yuji
Japanese  
 
Hang, Zang-Ching
Supporting  
 

 
 
Hilda
Supporting  
 
Horie, Yui
Japanese  
 
Iron Maiden Jeanne
Supporting  
 
Nakata, Kazuhiro
Japanese  
 
Kalim
Supporting  
 
Kasahara, Rumi
Japanese  
 
Kanae
Supporting  
 
Mizuki, Nana
Japanese  
 
Kororo
Supporting  
 
Takase, Akimitsu
Japanese  
 
Lasso, Marco
Supporting  
 
Konishi, Katsuyuki
Japanese  
 
Lasso, Luchist
Supporting  
 
Koyama, Mami
Japanese  
 
Lilirara
Supporting  
 
Horie, Yui
Japanese  
 
Lily
Supporting  
 
Hanba, Tomoe
Japanese  
 
Matisse, Matilda
Supporting  
 
Kumai, Motoko
Japanese  
 
McDonell, Chocolove
Supporting  
 

 
 
Mendel, Cebin
Supporting  
 

 
 
Meyer, Blocken
Supporting  
 
Ueda, Yuji
Japanese  
 
Mic
Supporting  
 
Itou, Miyako
Japanese  
 
Millie
Supporting  
 
Kawakami, Tomoko
Japanese  
 
Montgomery, Meene
Supporting  
 
Barkay, Talya
Hebrew  
 
Morphine
Supporting  
 
Itou, Kentarou
Japanese  
 
Nichrom
Supporting  
 
Hayashibara, Megumi
Japanese  
 
Opacho
Supporting  
 
Canna, Nobutoshi
Japanese  
 
Pailong, Lee
Supporting  
 
Neya, Michiko
Japanese  
 
Phauna, Marion
Supporting  
 
Horiuchi, Kenyuu
Japanese  
 
Ponchi
Supporting  
 
Shimizu, Toshitaka
Japanese  
 
Radim
Supporting  
 
Inuyama, Inuko
Japanese  
 
Sally
Supporting  
 
Ochiai, Rumi
Japanese  
 
Sharona
Supporting  
 
Midorikawa, Hikaru
Japanese  
 
Silva
Supporting  
 
Tanaka, Masahiko
Japanese  
 
Tabarsi, Mohammed
Supporting  
 
Mizuki, Nana
Japanese  
 
Tamamura, Tamao
Supporting  
 
Ebara, Masashi
Japanese  
 
Tao, Yúan
Supporting  
 
Shibata, Hidekatsu
Japanese  
 
Tao, Ching
Supporting  
 
Satou, Ai
Japanese  
 
Tao, Ran
Supporting  
 
Neya, Michiko
Japanese  
 
Tao, Jun
Supporting  
 
Takagi, Wataru
Japanese  
 
Tokagero
Supporting  
 
Schemmel, Sean
English  
 
Umemiya, Ryunosuke
Supporting  
 
Kawakami, Tomoko
Japanese  
 
Usui, Pirika
Supporting  
 
Ueda, Yuji
Japanese  
 
Usui, Horokeu
Supporting  

List of Staffs

 
Mizushima, Seiji
Director
 
Mima, Masafumi
Sound Director
 
Habara, Nobuyoshi
Episode Director, Storyboard
 
Kawasaki, Itsurou
Storyboard
 
Ootsuka, Ken
Storyboard, Animation Director
 
Ueda, Shigeru
Storyboard
 
Watanabe, Junichi
Storyboard
 
Hayashibara, Megumi
Theme Song Performance
 
Masini, Marco
Theme Song Performance
 
Sato, Yuko
Theme Song Performance
 
Arisawa, Hiroshi
Key Animation
 
Chikaoka, Sunao
In-Between Animation
 
Fukazawa, Manabu
Key Animation
 
Imaishi, Hiroyuki
Key Animation
 
Ishihara, Mitsuru
Key Animation
 
Kahn, Alfred R.
Executive Producer
 
Kamei, Osamu
Key Animation
 
Komatsu, Eiji
Key Animation
 
Kurahashi, Shizuo
Sound Effects
 
Salerno, Anthony
ADR Director
 
Sekimoto, Mitsuko
Color Design
 
Takahashi, Akira
Animation Director
 
Takami, Akio
Character Design, Animation Director
 
Takei, Hiroyuki
Original Creator
 
Taniguchi, Moriyasu
Animation Director