It's a rough business world out there for streaming services, and it seems the cruel realities of the modern market have claimed another victim: as of October 31, 2017, Daisuki - an international anime streaming platform managed by Anime Consortium Japan, Inc. - will shut down for good. Hit the jump to learn more.
Anime Consortium Japan's streaming service Daisuki has posted that 14 anime series, mostly Gundam and other Sunrise mecha, will be expiring at the end of July. Get the details after the jump.
Daisuki, a streaming service managed by Anime Consortium Japan, has added a pair of iconic mecha series to their online catalog: 1983's AURA BATTLER DUNBINE and 1984's Heavy Metal L-Gaim. Hit the jump to learn more.
Daisuki, a streaming service associated with Anime Consortium Japan, has announced a slate of Fall 2016 simulcast titles as well as additional catalog titles for their premium members. Hit the jump to learn more.
Daisuki.net, an online streaming service published by the Anime Consortium Japan business venture, has recently been expanding the list of catalog titles available to members with paying subscriptions, and in September they are adding three new titles: Bottle Fairy, Nagasarete Airanto, and Mama is just a Fourth grade pupil. Hit the jump to learn more.
This summer, the Anime Consortium Japan is launching a $5 a month premium services that will include simulcasts, as well as limited earlier anime. Exclusive content streaming for premium members throught August 31st includes Gundam Wing, Gundam SEED and SEED Destinty, Round Vernian Vifam and Magical Sisters Yoyo & Nene. More after the jump.
Daisuki revealed that a handful of its streaming anime titles will be reaching their expiration date soon. At the moment there are ten series set to be removed from the service at the end of June, including Sword Art Online II and Black Butler Book of Circus/Book of Murder. Read on for more.
Daisuki has announced the international streaming schedule for the upcoming TV anime adaptation of One-Punch Man, a comedic super hero manga by One and Yusuke Murata about an unassuming but unbelievably powerful hobbyist hero who defeats even the most dire threats with a single punch. Hit the jump to learn more.
Good news for Mobile Suit Gundam fans living outside Japan: Daisuki will be streaming the new Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans TV anime beginning October 04, 2015. Hit the jump to learn more.
Anime Consortium Japan, the parent company of the Daisuki streaming portal has announced that a new group of investors has invested in the venture. Hit the jump for the details.
Following up on my generally positive first impressions of AnimeSols earlier this week, I follow up with my detailed first impressions on the highly anticipated Daisuki streaming portal. Read on for my impressions and what to watch out for when using the site. Hit the jump for the break down.