Monthly Archives: November, 2019

More Nozomi Entertainment Classics are Dropping on Funimation

Are you ready for more classic anime? As part of the Funimation partnership with Right Stuf Anime, a brand new batch of celebrated classics are headed to Funimation. RELATED: Sweet Blue Flowers. Gravitation and More Streaming on Funimation! Starting 11/19, take...

Three New Ways to Subscribe to Funimation! 👀

Ready to take the plunge into a catalog of over 500 classic and new anime that includes hits like Dragon Ball Z, Cowboy Bebop and Fruits Basket? Looking for an easier way to stay subscribed so you don't miss...

ID: INVADED Joins the Funimation Winter 2020 Lineup!

Just announced at Anime NYC, the brand new, mind-bending sci-fi anime from KADOKAWA and acclaimed director Ei Aoki (Fate/Zero) is coming to Funimation in January 2020. Set in a virtual world, the visually stunning ID: INVADED follows Sakaido, a detective...

That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime OAD Coming to Funimation 🔵

The second OAD for That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime is coming dubbed to Funimation! Just announced at Anime NYC, the newest OAD for the series will focus on a sumo competition in Tempest, with Rimuru leading the...

Quirks & Questions: What Does All Might Watch on his Days Off?

Welcome to Quirks & Questions, a weekly letters column where you, a My Hero Academia fan, write into Funimation (that’s us) about all things related to your favorite superhero anime. Have questions about what’s happened so far on My Hero Academia? Want to share your...

How Deku’s Journey Can Help Us Process Our Own Pain

By Khadjiah Johnson If there’s anything this year has taught me, it’s that anime can guide us through lessons life forces us to learn. 2019 has been one of the hardest years of my life, and in order to cheer...

The Legacy of D.Gray-man

By Mikayla Mitchell Debuting in 2004, the manga series D.Gray-man quickly garnered a large fan following, spiking when its anime adaptation began broadcasting in 2006. But just as quickly as the community spun up, the series itself ended just two...

Challenging Sports Stereotypes in Ping Pong the Animation

By Teresa Navarro Ping Pong the Animation is a sports anime unlike any you’ve seen before. While many beloved series focus on the trials and triumph of a character or ensemble, Masaaki Yuasa (Devilman Crybaby, The Night is Short, Walk on Girl) dives deep...

Fall 2019: Three Shows You’re Sleeping On 😴

We all know how this is goes. You catch rumblings here and there about how good a new show is, tell yourself you're gonna check it out and then by the time people are really talking about it, the...

How Fanfiction and AUs Keep Fans Going

By Deanna Nguyen No longer is lurking in the comments section after watching an anime enough. Instead, it’s all about Twitter, Tumblr or AO3, where diving into show and character tags let you absorb all the speculation, fan art and...

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K-Pop Group and Black Clover OP Artist TXT Drops New EP Featuring YOASOBI

K-pop group TOMORROW X TOGETHER (known as TXT) announced the upcoming release of their first Japanese EP release, Chaotic...