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Trailers: Demon Slayer Mugen Train, Looney Tunes, Kid Cosmic and Jiang Ziya

Trailers, trailers, we got trailers! New trailers are being released every day. And because we're awesome, we have rounded up some of the most exciting animation trailers to pop up online over the past week or so.



Demon Slayer Kimetsu no Yaiba is the latest manga and anime megahit in Japan, with a manga selling record-breaking numbers over the past couple of years. It's also broken records with the first movie outing of the anime. Demon Slayer Mugen Train (translating as Infinity Train) was one of the highest-grossing films at the box-office internationally last year, and in Japan has become the highest-grossing film of all time after recently surpassing Spirited Away. In the middle of a pandemic!  The film will come to the United States this year via Aniplex and Funimation,  and as this new trailer released by Manga Entertainment reveals, is also due to be released in the UK "soon".


The next batch of Looney Tunes Cartoons launch on HBO Max on January 21. As the trailer shows, the new shorts will feature more of Bugs, Porky, Daffy, Tweety, Sylvester and Wile E Coyote and Roadrunner. It will also feature that whirlwind from down-under Taz,  starring in his first full-length episode, taking on Bugs Bunny in a Roman Colosseum. 



Coming soon to Netflix, Kid Cosmic is an all-ages animated series about an eccentric 9-year old with superpowers who forms a rag-tag superhero team that includes his Grandpa and his cat. The first series-produced in-house by Netflix Animation it comes from none other than Craig McCracken (Powerpuff Girls, Wander Over Yonder) and boasts a really inventive and original art style. Kid Cosmic will stream from February 2.



Well Go USA have released this new dubbed trailer for their release of Chinese smash hit Jiang Ziya. From the studio that produced China's top-earning animated feature Ne-Zha, and drawing from the same mythology, the trailer shows the continuing growth of China's animation industry. Jiang Ziya will be released on Blu-Ray, DVD and digital on February 9.

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