'Gamira Reborn!' Trailer Reveals New Anime Series Coming to Netflix

Gamera will face five enemies in the upcoming series.

Netflix just released a new trailer for their upcoming Japanese anime mini-series Gamera-Rebirth! The 17-second trailer features brief footage from the series and introduces Gamera, a prehistoric fire-breathing turtle monster. The trailer is short, but shows the giant tortoise's body before being cut off before his face is revealed. The audience is then shown his back as he walks towards the burning city, before giving us a glimpse of his giant glowing green eyes.

The show's official twitter profile reads: "From the Showa era to the Hei era, the new work GAMERA - the rebirth of the giant monster camera loved by monster fans all over the world has been decided to be produced! Worldwide release on Netflix!"

Gamera - Rebirth ! Will be a six-episode animated series that is supposed to be a reboot of the popular Japanese fictional monster, which has appeared in various films and adaptations since 1965. Gamera—Rebirth! Follow Gamera to fight against all kinds of enemies and save a city in danger. Gamera made his debut in the 1965 film Behemoth Gamera, originally intended to compete with the success of the Godzilla film series. Gamera It is a giant fire-breathing turtle that can walk on two legs. Early adaptations of Gamera portrayed him as a menacing being who would leave trails of destruction and feed on flammable and radioactive materials. But in adaptations in the late 1990s, Gamera was changed to look more like a "gentle giant" hero who defends civilization. The giant tortoise has appeared in a total of 12 films produced by Daiei Pictures, the most recent of which starred Gamera was 2006's "Brave Gamera."

Gamera - Reborn! Director Shusuke Kaneko said in a statement: ^Gamera-Rebirth! Currently in production, a release date and cast details have yet to be announced. The series is produced by Japanese media conglomerate Kadokawa and directed by Shusuke Kaneko. Kaneko also directed three other Gamera films, as well as various other animations such as Death Note (2006). If you need to catch up, Gamera movies are also available to stream on Prime Video, Pluto TV and Tubi.

“When I came up with my own idea for Reiwa Gamera and made a proposal, KADOWAKA had already started a new project, and it’s content that makes me think that’s what happened, so I can expect this too. With that in mind, I would like to support the team from the position of a baseball commentator who has experience as a manager of the Gamera team until they win the championship and pitch again.”
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