Anime fans will definitely enjoy Crunchyroll’s present this holiday season. The Crunchyroll anime list revealed the new titles added this week. This include Karneval, A Certain Magical Index II, A Certain Scientific Railgun S, Is This a Zombie?, and Black Butler: Book of Circus. All five titles have been licensed by Funimation and were already released on home video.
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Karneval is available to fans in the U.S., Canada, U.K. Ireland, and South Africa. A Certain Magical Index II and A Certain Scientific Railgun S can be enjoyed in the United States and Canada. Is This a Zombie? is available in U.S. Canada, and South Africa. Finally, Black Butler: Book of Circus is already in the U.S. and Canada among other territories.
And The List Keeps Getting Bigger
Since November, Crunchyroll anime list has continuously been adding titles to its website week after week. Last Wednesday, it added Giant Gorg TV anime to its list. It’s now available in the U.S. and Canada. The previous week it also added four new titles to its catalog namely: Samurai Champloo, Ninja Slayer From Animation, Deadman Wonderland, and Black Butler. These four titles have been licensed by FUNimation Entertainment.
The synopsis for Giant Gorg reads: Yuu Tagami was never close with his father. Yet after the old man’s accidental death, Yuu finds himself on a plane to New York City, following instructions written in a letter from his late father. New York is as strange as it gets for the boy from Japan, but stranger still is Dr. Wave, the man he’s supposed to meet. Dr. Wave shares an obsession with the deceased concerning the mysterious New Austral Island. This, per animenewsnetwork.com.
The 26-episode series was directed by Yoshikazu Yasuhiko and premiered back in 1984. It was released by Discotek on DVD i January. Meanwhile, Samurai Champloo and Deadman Wonderland are already available in the U.S. Canada, and South Africa. Ninja Slayer is now in the United States, U.K., Canada, Ireland, Denmark, South Africa, Norway, Iceland and Sweden among other available territories in the past.
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