Ultramarine Magmell Season 1: Netflix Release Date, Plot, Cast & Trailer

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Ultramarine Magmell – Copyright. Pierrot+

After a busy summer, Netflix begins its line up of Fall anime releases with Ultramarine Magmell. With the excellent additions we’ve seen from Netflix over the Summer, we’re hoping Ultramarine Magmell will smash it out of the park. We have everything you need to know about the upcoming anime series, including the plot, cast, trailer, and Netflix release date. 

Ultramarine Magmell is an upcoming Netflix Original Chinese anime based on the manga Gunjō no Magmel by author Dainenbyō. The franchise began its serialization in 2015 when it became available to read on the Japanese app Shonen Jump+. Production of the anime is handled by Pierrot+, who’s previous work has seen them produce popular works such as Tokyo Ghoul, Black Clover, and Naruto.

What is the plot of Ultramarine Magmell?

Seemingly out of nowhere, in the vast Pacific Ocean, a brand new continent appeared. Named “Magmell” the great new continent is populated by hundreds of strange new species of plants, creatures, and minerals. With a brand new continent on the Earth, humanity embarks on exploration once again. The strange new continent is incredibly dangerous, especially to weary explorers that are in over their heads. To assist the explorers of humanity are Anglers, individuals with supernatural abilities.

Who is in the cast of Ultramarine Magmell?

The following cast members star in Ultramarine Magmell:

Role Cast Member Where Have I Seen/Heard Them Before?
Kengo Kawanishi Inyou Naruto Shippuden: The Movie | Monster Strike: The Movie | Thor: Tales of Asgard
Mao Ichimichi Zero Gantz: O | Flip Flappers | Super Sentai Strongest Battle
Hibiku Yamamura Emilia Dance with Devils | K-ON!! | Keijo!!!!!
Toshiyuki Morikawa Shuuin Gintama | Crayon Shin-chan | Naruto Shippuden

How much of the manga series will the first season cover?

As the manga hasn’t reached the level of popularity as other growing franchises, chapters beyond the first are very difficult to find online.

What we do know of the mange is that eight volumes have been released so far. The Chinese manga is only available to read on Shueisha’s manga app for Shonen Jump.

Thanks to limited availability it’s hard to accurately report on how much of the manga is covered by the anime’s first season.

Gunjō no Magumeru – Copyright. Shonen Jump+

Is there a live-action adaptation of Ultramarine Magmell?

At the time of writing, there are currently no plans to adapt the manga into a live-action series or movie.

Naturally many franchises receive live-action adaptations, we fully expect Ultramarine Magmell to receive one in the future.

As to whether or not it would come to Netflix, we can’t confirm at this time.

How many episodes will arrive with the first season of Ultramarine Magmell?

All thirteen episodes will be available to stream upon release.

What are the episode run times?

Typically anime episodes have a run time of 25 minutes.

Has Netflix released a trailer for Ultramarine Magmell?

Netflix is yet to release a trailer for Ultramarine Magmell on their YouTube channels or on their social media platforms.

As the series has already aired in Japan, a quick search on YouTube and we found an official trailer for the series.

When is the Netflix release date for Ultramarine Magmell season 1?

The first season of Ultramarine Magmell arrives on the 10th of October, 2019.

Will the series be available to stream in my region?

Certainly, the series is going to be available to subscribers worldwide.

Is the series already on Netflix Japan?

All 13 episodes are available to stream on Netflix Japan. The series aired in Japan from April 4th, 2019 to June 30th, 2019.

Are you looking forward to the release of Ultramarine Magmell season 1? Let us know in the comments below!

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Jacob joined What's on Netflix in 2018 as a fulltime writer having worked in numerous other industries until that point. Jacob covers all things Netflix whether that's TV or movies but specializes in covering new anime and K-dramas. Resides in Norwich in the United Kingdom.