Masami Kurumada's mythology and a bit of pro-wrestling fight manga Saint Seiya (aka Knights of the Zodiac) launched in Shonen Jump on January 1, 1986. Before its 30th anniversary closed out, Champion Red announced plans to adapt Chimaki Kuori's gender-swap spin-off Saint Seiya -Saintia Shou-. Having teased an update back in July, this weekend's new issue featured a look at the anime's latest visual.
Continuing to fight through the news from the Netflix Tokyo press conference, the service announced plans to carry the new CG adaptation of mythology/fighting series Saint Seiya aka Knights of the Zodiac, or both. More after the jump.
Japan's Toei Animation has teamed up with Hong Kong-based A Really Good Film Company (ARGF) to produce an English-language, live-action movie based on mythology/martial arts epic Saint Seiya: Knights Of The Zodiac. What's being described as "Hollywood" movie in Japanese movie press has ARGF joining Toei Animation as its development and China co-production partner with Greater China distribution planned.