Yo Yo Hakusho from Netflix reveals first look at Hiei

Netflix is ​​not secretive regarding her love of anime. Over the past few years, the streaming service has invested huge amounts of money in animation, and the investment has turned in a profit. From exclusive licenses to original series, Netflix has anime for everyone, and that doesn’t even touch on live action mods. As work continues on Yo Yo Hakusho Show, fans were given their first look at Hiei.

The piece comes from Netflix Japan as you can see below. The profile hit fans on Twitter to share what Hiei would look like in his live-action debut. As you can see, actor Hongo Kanata will bring the dark-haired fighter to life on screen.

As you can tell, Hiei has some amazing blue eyes in this shot, and they’re as pale as you’d expect from a hero. With his white head collar in place, Hiei rocks a gravity-defying hairstyle, and Kanata pulls the top off the character’s high neck with ease.

Now, if you are not familiar with Kanata, the Japanese actor has been in the game since 2002 with TV and movie roles. The actor got his big break after playing Ryoma Echizen in live action prince of tennis Movies. Since then, the actor has gone on to play Armin Arlert in The attack on the Giants Live Action Trilogy And Shane Fei Nana 2. Kanata has also lent his voice to anime series in the past, and now the star is promising to revive Hiei in some way. Yo Yo Hakusho Never seen before by fans.

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If you are not familiar with Yo Yo HakushoLive action plans, you should know that Netflix Japan signed on to the project a few years ago. The series appears to be in post-production now, and its first character posters have been dropping for days. As such, fans have learned that Yusuke will be played by Takumi Kitamura while Jun Shison will be supervising Kurama.

What do you think of this Hiei takes? Do you like Netflix seeing Yo Yo Hakusho Until now? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below or follow me on Twitter @Megan Peters CB.


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