The official Twitter account for the City Hunter franchise launched on Friday that the sequence is getting a model new movie to commemorate the television anime’s thirty fifth anniversary. The account began streaming a trailer, which lists the movie as “coming soon.” The video reveals and previews TM Network‘s ending theme music “Get Wild,” which is an identical because the distinctive anime’s ending. The video moreover confirms that Akira Kamiya will return to play Ryo Saeba.

Tsukasa Hojo‘s City Hunter manga ran from 1985 to 1991 and has 35 volumes. The manga impressed 4 television anime sequence, one anime film, and quite a lot of different video and television specials along with a 2015 distinctive anime DVD. ADV Films launched most of these anime duties in North America. The distinctive anime premiered in April 1987. The City Hunter: Shinjuku Private Eyes anime film opened in Japan in February 2019.

Discotek Media launched its license of the distinctive City Hunter anime duties and the present City Hunter: Shinjuku Private Eyes film in April 2019. Crunchyroll is streaming the City Hunter television anime sequence, specials, and flicks.

Coamix and Imagineer‘s MangaHot app and website is publishing the City Hunter manga in English.

MangaHot describes the story:

Ryo Saeba, a.okay.a. City Hunter. A sweeper who fulfills all his shopper’s desires. He’ll do one thing from bodyguarding to contract killing, nevertheless he’ll solely take the job if a reasonably woman is worried, or the consumer’s sincerity makes his coronary coronary heart tremble. Together alongside along with his confederate Kaori Makimura, the kid sister of his late most interesting pal, Ryo fights the evil haunting the shadows of the city!!

Jackie Chan starred in a 1993 Hong Kong live-action film that very loosely adapts the distinctive manga. A Korean live-action television sequence adaptation premiered in 2011, and Hulu streamed this mannequin throughout the United States. A French live-action film adaptation opened in France on February 2019. A separate Chinese live-action film adaptation has been green-lit in China.

Source: City Hunter franchise‘s Twitter account