Posted by Godswill on 07/17/2016 at 6:30pm
Love Live! Sunshine!! is already attracting attention, thanks to the simultaneous world launch of the anime series in July. That excitement grew even hotter at Anime Expo 2016 in Los Angeles, the largest anime event in North America with 260,000 attendees, when school idol group Aqours went up on stage at the expo’s Anisong World Matsuri event on July 2 to talk about the anime and what they’ve been up to so far.
Posted by Funimation on 07/17/2016 at 4:22pm
Amazon Fire TV users, now you too can stream anime on your TV with the all-new FunimationNow App! The FunimationNow App for Amazon Fire TV has a wide variety of awesome features including:
· Access to our library of anime simulcasts, broadcast dubs, and past favorites
· Show marathoning for non-stop watching
· The ability to sync your queue and watch progress across devices
· Find your anime with helpful sorts, filters, and search
· Closed caption support
· Pick up right where you left off
To download the app, just visit the Amazon App Store and search for FunimationNow!
To learn more about the other apps we currently offer, visit our Apps Page.
Posted by Godswill on 07/15/2016 at 6:53pm
Summer 2016 Simulcast Season has a huge Broadcast Dub list, as announced earlier this week, which means that tons of shows are getting dubbed quicker than ever, and with that comes many English cast announcements! Stay tuned to this blog in the coming days to see what all we have announced as we’ll be updating this page with all of the cast listings.
Posted by Funimation on 07/13/2016 at 7:27pm
Here it is, the Summer 2016 Broadcast Dub line-up — plus the new Dubbletalk line-up!
Summer Broadcast Dub Premiere Dates
FIRST LOVE MONSTER – July 16
The Heroic Legend of Arslan: Dust Storm Dance2 – July 19
Puzzle & Dragons X – July 19 (U.S. & Canada); July 20 (U.K. & Ireland)
SERVAMP – July 20
Love Live! Sunshine!! 2 – July 30
Show by Rock!! Short!! – August 1
Cheer Boys!! – August 2
Tales of Zestiria the X – August 3 (U.S. & Canada); August 4 (U.K. & Ireland)
D.Gray-man HALLOW – August 3 (U.S. & Canada); August 4 (U.K. & Ireland)
Planetarian – August 4
Handa-kun - August 5 (U.S. & Canada); August 6 (U.K. & Ireland)
The Disastrous Life of Saiki K. – August 7
Danganronpa 3: The End of Hope’s Peak High School – Future Arc – August 10 (U.S. & Canada); August 11 (U.K. & Ireland)
Danganronpa 3: The End of Hope’s Peak High School – Despair Arc – August 11
1 U.S., Canada, U.K. and Ireland. Premiere date same for all countries unless otherwise noted.
2 U.S. and Canada only.
3 Carryover from spring season.
Posted by Godswill on 07/07/2016 at 8:18pm
Right on the heels of Anime Expo, we’re heading up to the Windy City of Chicago for Anime Midwest. Welcome our conventions staff, Tara and Tim, as they’ll blow you away with panels and great booth deals!
Posted by Godswill on 07/07/2016 at 5:17pm
This July, Funimation partners up again with Microsoft to bring great anime deals and provide summer fun! All month long turn on your favorite Windows device, Xbox 360 or Xbox One and head straight to Microsoft Movies and TV. Click on the Anime Month banner and start shopping for savings right away.
Update on 7/17/16 with Episode 3!
Posted by Funimation on 07/05/2016 at 1:48pm
Announced at the annual Industry Panel at Anime Expo 2016, Funimation Entertainment revealed to the capacity audience its acquisition of “Drifters” – the eagerly anticipated new anime series from “Hellsing” creator Kouta Hirano. Funimation has secured the exclusive international rights to home entertainment, video on demand and broadcast distribution of the title from NBCUniversal Entertainment Japan. “Drifters” is set to premiere this October on the company’s subscription streaming service, FunimationNow, in the U.S., Canada, U.K., and Ireland.
Posted by Godswill on 07/03/2016 at 8:20pm
More announcements from Anime Expo! At their panel, Sunrise, the creators of Cowboy Bebop and Code Geass, helped us to reveal the cover art and official home video release date for The Vision of Escaflowne, the classic mecha fantasy anime, for its 20th anniversary.
The Escaflowne TV series collector’s edition, standard editions, and movie will all hit shelves on October 18, 2016! All releases with have both the new 2016 English dub and the original broadcast English dub, as well as Japanese audio. You’ll be able to pre-order on July 15.
Posted by Funimation on 07/03/2016 at 6:56pm
We’re excited to announce today that we will be releasing Your Name (Kimi no Na wa), the newest gorgeously animated film from prestigious director Makoto Shinkai, in theaters and on home video. If you’re not familiar with Director Shinkai’s work, you need to be—Variety named him one of the top 10 “animators to watch” for 2016 (and the only Japanese director on that list), and also listed him as one of the top anime directors after Hayao Miyazaki’s retirement, along with Boy and the Beast director Mamoru Hosoda.
Posted by Godswill on 07/03/2016 at 3:40pm
Political intrigue and jaw-dropping plot twists. Flamboyant fashion and insane evil laughs. Pretty girls, pretty boys,
jibun wo… and of course, giant rollerskating robots.
Hot off the news from their Anime Expo panel, we had the honor of having our friends at Sunrise (the anime studio behind the Gundam series, Cowboy Bebop, and Tiger & Bunny) announce the release for a very special show that we know many of you have been waiting a long time for:
Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion and Code Geass R2 are returning to home video, with their first release on Blu-ray in North America, on October 4, 2016! Pre-orders will go up on funimation.com in just under 2 weeks on July 15.