Dark Horse Comics introduced on Friday that Samurai Rabbit: The Usagi (*28*), the CG animated sequence based mostly on Stan Sakai‘s Usagi Yojimbo comics, will probably be out there worldwide on Netflix on April 28. Dark Horse Comics can also be streaming a trailer for the sequence.

Sakai is serving as an govt producer, together with Candie and Doug Langdale, who’re additionally the showrunners. Additional govt producers embrace Gaumont‘s Nicolas Atlan, Terry Kalagian, Sidonie Dumas, and Christophe Riandee; Dark Horse Entertainment’s Mike Richardson, Keith Goldberg, and Chris Tongue; and Atomic Monster’s James Wan, Michael Clear, and Rob Hackett. Ben Jones is the supervising producer, and Khang Le is the artwork director.

The present takes place within the far future and follows teenage Rabbit Samurai Yuichi, who’s a descendent of Usagi Yojimbo’s protagonist Miyamoto Usagi.

Stan Sakai, a Japanese-American, has been drawing the Usagi Yojimbo comedian sequence for over 35 years. Sakai additionally collaborated with Dark Horse Comics president and founder Mike Richardson and Lone Wolf and Cub creator Kazuo Koike to create the 47 Ronin comedian.

Source: Dark Horse Comics‘ Twitter account