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Kingdom (キングダム, Kingudamu) is a Japanese seinen manga series by Yasuhisa Hara that has been serialized in Shueisha's Weekly Young Jump since January 26, 2006 and has released at least 57 tankōbon volumes to date. The series was adapted into a anime series by Studio Pierrot that aired for 38 episodes from June 4, 2012 to February 25, 2013. A second season was aired for 39 episodes from June 8, 2013 to March 1, 2014. A third season premiered on April 6, 2020 and is still ongoing, but was delayed indefinitely ater the 4th episode due to COVID-19 affects on production.[1]


In the Warring States Period of ancient China (475-221 BCE), Shin and Hyou are war-orphans in the kingdom of Qin. They dream of one day proving themselves on the battlefield. One day, however, Hyou is taken to the palace by a minister. Winding up on the losing side of a power-struggle, Hyou manages to return to the village, barely alive. Shin then meets a boy who closely resembles Hyou, Ei Sei. For now he is the king of Qin; later he will become the emperor Shi Huangdi.

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  1. Anime News Network - Kingdom Anime Season 3 Delays New Episodes Due to COVID-19 by Egan Loo 2020-04-26 05:37 EDT

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