What Anime Is Coming And Leaving NETFLIX This February?

What Anime Is Coming And Leaving NETFLIX This February?

What's new on Netflix? Check out the official list of anime titles coming to and leaving Netflix's streaming services this February!

By JPD - Jan 31, 2023 06:01 PM EST
Filed Under: Netflix

We came up with a list of all of the anime coming and going on Netflix this February! Be sure to check it out so you don't miss your favorite once they are gone!

Anime Coming to Netflix this February:

Feb. 6

"Vinland Saga" Season 2

The title "Vinland Saga" refers to a region mentioned in two different Norse sagas. However, Vinland Saga opens in an England ruled by the Danes at the turn of the 11th century and centers on the Danish invaders of England, also known as Vikings. The plot revolves around the historical adventurer Thorfinn, the son of a murdered ex-warrior who serves under the group of mercenaries responsible for his father's death, and a dramatization of King Cnut the Great's ascent to power.

The 2nd season begins in Denmark's southernmost Jutland peninsula, just as a new millennium begins. Thorfinn feels like his life has no meaning after the death of his lifelong nemesis. Ketil, a farming landowner, bought Thorfinn as a slave for the job of cleaning up and revamping his farmland. On the farm, Thorfinn meets Einar, a young man who, like him, was once a slave. The meeting of Einar leads him to finally confront his sins and begin to find fulfillment and satisfaction with his life. Canute, who became King of England, seeks to expand his realm in order to establish what he calls "the promised land.”

Check out the trailer!

Feb. 24

"Pokémon Ultimate Journeys: The Series: Part 2"

The adventures of Ash and Goh will continue in Ultimate Journeys as Ash advances in the World Coronation Series and Goh continues his work on Project Mew.

Check out the trailer!

Anime leaving Netflix this February:

Feb. 11

"One Piece: Alabasta"

"One Piece: East Blue"

"One Piece: Enter Chopper at the Winter Island"

"One Piece: Entering into the Grand Line"

The series follows Monkey D. Luffy, a young man made of rubber who sets out from the East Blue Sea in search of the legendary treasure known as the One Piece in order to establish himself as the King of the Pirates. He is motivated by his childhood hero, the ruthless pirate Red-Haired Shanks. Luffy saves and befriends a pirate hunter and swordsman named Roronoa Zoro in an effort to form his own crew, the Straw Hat Pirates, and the two of them go out in pursuit of the titular treasure. A money-obsessed thief and navigator named Nami, a sniper and compulsive liar named Usopp, and a chivalrous but amorous cook named Sanji accompany them on their voyage. They purchase the Going Merry and engage in combat with infamous East Blue pirates on board.

Later in the series, other characters join the crew as Luffy and his companions embark on their adventures, including Tony Tony Chopper, an anthropomorphized reindeer doctor; Nico Robin, an archaeologist and former assassin for the Baroque Works; Franky, a cyborg shipwright; Brook, a skeleton musician and swordsman; and Jimbei, a fish-man helmsman and former member of the Seven Warlords of the Sea. Franky builds the Straw Hat Pirates a new ship, the Thousand Sunny, after the Going Merry is irreparably damaged. As they sail the seas in search of their dreams, they come across other pirates, bounty hunters, criminal organizations, revolutionaries, secret agents, and soldiers of the corrupt World Government, as well as a variety of other friends and foes.

Check out the trailer for the series!

Let us know if you'll be watching any of these titles on Netflix in the comments below!

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