Netflix announces the release date of Samurai Rabbit: The Usagi Chronicles, the animated show inspired by Stan Sakai’s Eisner-winning cartoon.
Netflix has now announced the release date for Samurai Rabbit: The Usagi Chroniclesthe animated series, inspired by Stan Sakai’s Eisner-winning comic book series Dark Horse Comics, Usagi Yojimbo. The animated project stars Netflix Never have I ever actor Darren Barnet as the main character, Samurai Yuichi. Cast members also include Shelby Rabara, Aleks Le and Mallory Low. Sakai is an executive producer with Gaumont, Dark Horse Entertainment and Atomic Monster. Sakai has written, drawn and written Usagi Yojimbo for 37 years, and his character has previously appeared in several Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles animated shows.
According to ComicBook.comNetflix has announced a release date on April 28 for the debut of Samurai Rabbit: The Usagi Chronicles. Candie and Doug Langdale are showrunners, writers and executive producers of the new series. The prolific author duo is also writing on the upcoming Netflix animated film I, Chihuahua, starring Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias. The couple has also previously written on projects such as Puss in the adventures of boots and Scooby Doo! Shaggy’s showdown. Sakai is reportedly also deeply involved in Samurai Rabbit: The Usagi Chroniclesafter being quoted as saying “I approve of everything. “
Samurai Rabbit: The Usagi Chronicles follows the teenage rabbit Samurai Yuichi, descendant of the great warrior Miyamoto Usagi, on his epic quest to become a true samurai. Yuichi leads a clumsy team of maladapted heroes – including a junky bounty hunter, a cunning ninja, an acrobatic pickpocket and a faithful pet lizard – as he battles deep-seated moles, winged bats with metal tips and monsters from another dimension, all in search of becoming the best Samurai Usagi!
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