Posts Tagged ‘Simulcast’

Show Us Your Love for Kamisama Kiss!

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Fans are really loving Kamisama Kiss Season 2, and we want to see how much! Show us your creative side and you could win a super-rare poster signed by the Kamisama Kiss manga artist–Julietta Suzuki.

 

All you need to do to enter is submit an image of something you’ve created based on Kamisama Kiss. Images can include, but are not limited to: Kamisama Kiss cosplay, original fan art, crafts or props, or even Kamisama Kiss inspired food items! Mmmmm… what I wouldn’t give to sample some of Tomoe’s cooking!

 

As long as it’s an original creation, and inspired by Kamisama Kiss, we want to see it!

 

There are a few ways you can enter:

 

1) Submit your entry via the form below

2) Instagram your image using the hashtag #KamisamaKissContest

3) Tweet your entry on Twitter using the hashtag #KamisamaKissContest

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Simulcast Schedule – Daylight Saving Time Edition

Here’s your friendly reminder to “Spring Forward” this weekend for Daylight Saving Time. As of Sunday morning, our simulcast schedule will change slightly. See below for new times:

 

Sunday

Maria the Virgin Witch – 10:30am ET
Yatterman Night – 11:30am ET
World Break: Aria of Curse for a Holy Swordsman (sub) – 12:05pm ET
World Break: Aria of Curse for a Holy Swordsman (Broadcast Dub) – 12:05pm ET
Samurai Warriors – Sengoku Musou – 12:35pm ET

 

Monday

Absolute Duo – 2pm ET
Yurikuma Arashi – 2:30pm ET
Kamisama Kiss Season 2 (sub) – 2:35pm ET
Kamisama Kiss Season 2 (Broadcast Dub) – 2:35pm ET

 

Tuesday

Yona of the Dawn – 11am ET
Cute High Earth Defense Club LOVE! – 12:40pm ET

 

Wednesday

Assassination Classroom (Broadcast Dub) – 8pm ET
Death Parade (Broadcast Dub) – 8:30pm ET
Tokyo Ghoul √A (Broadcast Dub) – 9pm ET

 

Thursday

Tokyo Ghoul √A (sub) – 12pm ET

 

Friday

Assassination Classroom (sub) – 1:20pm ET
GARO: THE ANIMATION – 1:23pm ET
Death Parade (sub) – 2:30pm ET
Fairy Tail – 10pm ET

 

Saturday

SHONEN HOLLYWOOD – HOLLY STAGE FOR 50 – 1:30pm ET
The Rolling Girls (sub) – 1:58pm ET
The Rolling Girls (Broadcast Dub) – 1:58pm ET
One Piece – 10pm ET

 

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- The hottest new & returning simulcasts every season

- The largest selection of English dubs online

- HD commercial-free streaming episodes

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Super Stream Sunday!

Sunday, Sunday, Sunday! Tomorrow the Patriots and the Seahawks face off, but whether you’re a football fan or not, we’ve got some great shows for you to watch. Sundays are Super Stream Sundays for us with FOUR shows airing each week. Take a look below at some shows you can watch while waiting for the game to start (or in lieu of the game if you’re only checking in for the commercials!)

 

 

Maria 2B

 

Maria the Virgin Witch

 

Sundays at 9:30am ET

 

synopsis:

In the time of the Hundred Years’ War, a young and powerful witch known as Maria leads a reclusive existence. Shunned by the church – but beloved by certain locals – Maria endeavors to use her magic to bring an end to the warfare she so despises. She assists people of all walks of life with the help of her two familiars: a succubus and an incubus with great powers of seduction. Though she seeks only peace, the archangel Michael despises her use of magic to interfere in human affairs and decrees that should she ever manage to lose her virginity, Maria’s powers will vanish! To ensure that Maria no longer mingles magic with humans, Michael sends the angel Ezekiel to keep a watchful eye on the virgin witch. Don’t miss this intriguing tale of magic, war, and sexual frustration from Production I.G. and the director of Code Geass!

 

Click here to watch episodes now!

 

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FUNimation Acquires Rights for Yurikuma Arashi!

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Announcing! FUNimation has acquired the rights for Yurikuma Arashi as part of our Winter 2015 Simulcast!

 

Synopsis

After an asteroid explosion and meteor shower lit up the sky over planet earth, strange adorable bears began to attack and devour humans. The earthlings responded with violence of their own, and in the end, a massive barrier – the Wall of Extinction – was erected to separate man from bear. This fragile peace lasted until two high school girls encounter a yuri flower blooming – only to be shaken by the piercing warning of the Bear Alarm! Once again, bear and man- or bear and girl -will be pitted against each other in a deadly and mysterious showdown—brought to you buy Kunihiko Ikuhara, the director of Sailor Moon and Revolutionary Girl

Utena.

 

Here’s what we have announced for the Winter 2015 Simulcast so far, but we aren’t done yet! Keep checking back!

 

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Ask the Japanese Voice Cast of “In Search of the Lost Future” Your Questions!

in search of lost futureAny seiyuu (Japanese voice actor) fans out there? We’ve worked with our Japanese licensing partners to give you a rare chance to ask the Japanese voice cast for “In Search of the Lost Future” (Ushinawareta Mirai wo Motomete) some questions. If you haven’t heard of this series before it’s our new sci-fi/mystery/romance fall simulcast based on the successful bishoujo game visual novel!

 

In Search of the Lost Future is based on a school-life romance visual novel, but don’t be fooled by its ordinary setting–this isn’t just a “sad girls in snow” slice of life drama. From the cryptic sci-fi imagery at the start of Episode 1 to the shocking turn at the end, this anime has some hints of a surprise twist with a supernatural bent. Sou Akiyama and the girls of the Astronomy Club solve problems around the school, but when a mysterious (naked) girl appears and joins their ranks, their fates begin to change…

 

What’s it like voicing these characters? What do the actors think of the plot twists? Send us your questions for the cast by Monday, October 27th, and we’ll choose some to send to Japan to get answered! You can post them in the comments below, on our Facebook thread, or on Twitter with the hastag #LostFutureQuestions. For reference, the cast is below; please keep the questions related to “In Search of the Lost Future” or voice acting in general.

 

 

Character Voice Actor Other Roles
Sou Akiyama Takuma Terashima Shiroe (Log Horizon),
Shintarou Kisaragi (Mekakucity Actors),
Otoya Ittoki (Uta no Prince-sama)
Yui Furukawa Akane Tomonaga Kazuko Kawakami (Majikoi!), Seira (Chaos;HEAd)
Kaori Sasaki Hatsumi Takada Honoka Tsutsui (Maria+Holic)
Nagisa Hanamiya Tomoe Tamiyasu Rin Natsume (Little Busters!),
Makina Irisu (The Fruit of Grisaia)
Airi Hasekura Kei Mizusawa Celia Cumani Aintree (Walkure Romanze),
Machi Yatsuzuka (Mashiroiro Symphony)
Kenny Eitarou Osafune Kappei Yamaguchi L (Death Note), Usopp (One Piece),
Shinichi Kudo and Kuroba Kaito (Detective Conan)

 

And if you haven’t checked out “In Search of the Lost Future” yet, we’ve just put up a clip of THAT scene in episode 1—minor spoilers ahead!

 

 

Or, watch the Japanese promotional video for a spoiler-free preview!

 

 

Watch the series streaming every Saturday at 1:30 pm ET. Click here to watch episodes now.

 

 

SPACE DANDY to be broadcast simultaneously in Japan and North America

Flower Mound, TX – (October 25, 2013) It was announced today that Adult Swim will broadcast the English dub version of “Space Dandy” on television in North America beginning January 2014. This is the first time an anime series on Adult Swim will have a simultaneous TV broadcast with Japan. In addition to Japan and North America, the show will have a simulcast broadcast in numerous countries in Asia.

 

FUNimation Entertainment (a Group 1200 Media Company) has announced that it has acquired the home entertainment, digital, theatrical, and merchandise rights to the animated sci-fi action series. English production will be done by FUNimation Entertainment, in association with the Space Dandy Production Committee in Japan.

 

For more information, please visit:
http://funimation.com/spacedandy,
or check out our Facebook page at:
http://facebook.com/spacedandyanime

 

Synopsis:
Space Dandy is a dandy in space! This dreamy adventurer with a to-die-for pompadour travels across the galaxy in search of aliens no one has ever laid eyes on. Each new species he discovers earns him a hefty reward, but this dandy has to be quick on his feet because it’s first come – first served! Accompanied by his sidekicks, a rundown robot named QT and Meow the cat-looking space alien, Dandy bravely explores unknown worlds inhabited by a variety aliens. Join the best dressed alien hunter in all of space and time as he embarks on an adventure that ends at the edge of the universe!

 

*About “Space Dandy”:

Get ready to blast off with Space Dandy, a dazzling new anime from the entire creative team behind Cowboy Bebop! General Director: Shinichiro Watanabe (“Cowboy Bebop”, and “Samurai Champloo”), Director: Shingo Natsume (“Fullmetal Alchemist: The Sacred Star of Milos”), Screenplay: Kimiko Ueno (Movie “Crayon Shin-chan”), Dai Sato (“Cowboy Bebop”, “Eureka Seven”), Keiko Nobumoto (“Cowboy Bebop”, “Wolf’s Rain”) and many others, Character Design: Yoshiyuki Ito (“Star Driver”), Spaceship Design: Thomas Romain (Satelight) (“Basquash!”), Theme Song: Yasuyuki Okamura. Animation Production: Bones Inc. (“Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood”, “Soul Eater”, “Eureka Seven AO”).