Wow! More titles from the Crunchyroll-Funimation partnership are yours to enjoy today as Dragonar Academy, Maken-ki!, and Bubblegum Crisis: Tokyo 2040 all join the CR roster of stuff to watch. Read on for full details!
Following their industry panel at Otakon Vegas, FUNimation announced that they have secured the home video rights for Dragonar Academy, Date a Live II, and NO-RIN. More after the jump.
Voice actress Yui Sakakibara made her singer debut with 1st single "jewelry days" (PC game August Fan Box theme song) in August 2004. Her latest and 37th single is "Seiken Nante Iranai" (I don't need a sacred sword), the OP theme song for the 2014 spring TV anime Dragonar Academy. Check the PV after the jump.
FUNimation has announced that the anime adaptation of Dragonar Academy has been added to their spring simulcast schedule. The first episode will be available for subscribers on tomorrow (4/5) at 9:30am, and available for free streaming the following week after it goes live on the site. More after the jump.
The official site for the 2014 TV anime adaptation of Shiki Mizuchi's popular light novel series Dragonar Academy (Seikoku no Dragonar) opened yesterday and announced its main voice cast. The members who voiced for the 2012 drama CD will come back for the TV anime. Check more information after the jump.
Shiki Mizuchi and Kohada Shimesaba's Dragonar Academy or Seikoku no Ryuu Kishi light novel series has been adapted into a manga, slated to be released by Seven Seas next year. With an anime coming along, a new site has launched for the series, sporting a 2014 date and a clean look at the series visual. Get a look after the jump.
Well timed for Seven Seas' 2014 North American release of the manga adaptation, Shiki Mizuchi and Kohada Shimesaba's Dragonar Academy or Seikoku no Ryuu Kishi light novel series is slated for an anime series. And, a new visual offers a look at what to expect from the harem comedy about a put upon young man attending a school for dragon tamers, whose dragon hatches as a beautiful young woman.
Despite not attending any of North America's conventions this weekend, Seven Seas took to Twitter to announce three new manga licenses Strike Witches, Devils and Realist and Dragonar Academy. More after the jump.