Following up on last week's update—which introduced the likes of A Certain Magical Index, Assassination Classroom, The Heroic Legend of Arslan, and more—Crunchyroll is back to unwrap more catalog titles for the holidays. Check out the latest additions after the jump.
This week, the September issue of magazine Shonen Ace is wrapping up a pair of action manga. Future Diary author Sakae Esuno's 2011 Big Order, inspiration for last season's TV anime, gets an epilogue chapter in the October issue, out August 26th. Ga-rei author Hajime Segawa's 2010 Tokyo ESP, inspiration for a 2014 TV anime, wraps up with the new chapter 76.
Tokyo ESP is coming to home video on Blu-ray and DVD on February 23 and to prepare for the release, they announced the action series English dub. They note that you may have noticed quite a few actors new to their dubs. In particular, this series' cast includes Adam Dahlberg, also know as Sky from the YouTube channel Sky Does Minecraft and his other related channels. More after the jump.
North American anime distributor FUNimation has laid out its February 2016 release plans. Along with the delayed Tokyo Ghoul collector's edition set, the line-up includes previously streamed fantasy Lord Marksman & Vanadis, super-power action Tokyo ESP and rural comedy No-Rin. Get the details after the jump.
Vertical Comics has announced its latest manga license in Tokyo ESP. Hit the jump for the release details.
Five-member Japanese heavy metal unit Yousei Teikoku (Das Feenreich in German) today releases their 17th single "Guze Άργυρóϛ" in Japan, which is now featured as the ED theme for the summer 2014 TV anime Tokyo ESP. Check the short version promotional video and CD jackets after the jump.
FUNimation announced today that it has acquired the simulcast and home video rights for Tokyo ESP. Episode 1 of the series launched on 7/11 at 2:05pm ET and the series will stream weekly on Fridays at the same time. More after the jump.