Post Reply Funimation picks it up
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AnimeNewsNetwork says Funimation has licensed both seasons of Druaga and Blassreiter to be released in seasonal or half-seasonal sets by the end of this year. Article also mentioned that Druaga season 2 will have 13 episodes. Like the series but waiting nearly 7 months for only a batch of episodes similar to last season's 12 is kind of a let down.
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Actually, there's another version of the first season's first episode. It just never got subbed and put up on Crunchyroll, because it's supposed to be exclusive to GyaO and DVD releases. So technically, the first season has 13 episodes.
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kadmos1 wrote:

AnimeNewsNetwork says Funimation has licensed both seasons of Druaga and Blassreiter to be released in seasonal or half-seasonal sets by the end of this year. Article also mentioned that Druaga season 2 will have 13 episodes. Like the series but waiting nearly 7 months for only a batch of episodes similar to last season's 12 is kind of a let down.


As long as it doesn't interrupt the streaming of the subs, I am ok with this. And really I only like box sets these days anyway so thanks to Funimation for picking it up.
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Posted 2/18/09 , edited 2/18/09

Noir_Son_Wells wrote:


kadmos1 wrote:

AnimeNewsNetwork says Funimation has licensed both seasons of Druaga and Blassreiter to be released in seasonal or half-seasonal sets by the end of this year. Article also mentioned that Druaga season 2 will have 13 episodes. Like the series but waiting nearly 7 months for only a batch of episodes similar to last season's 12 is kind of a let down.


As long as it doesn't interrupt the streaming of the subs, I am ok with this. And really I only like box sets these days anyway so thanks to Funimation for picking it up.


According to the press release, Funimation has "limited digital rights" to Druaga.
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if there is a 3rd season... let me know
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Not sure about a third season. Funimation got rights to 25 Druaga episodes. There's 2 seasons of 12 episodes each so far. 25th might that DVD only special edition of Season 1 episode 1.
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