Crunchyroll Adds DYNAMIC CHORD and Long Riders! to Anime Catalog (Updated)

Both live now!

The back catalog of anime at Crunchyroll gets a +2 today as the otome game inspired DYNAMIC CHORD and manga adaptation Long Riders! are now available for your viewing pleasure. Full info follows below!

 

Launch time: today at 5pm PST (live now!)
Territories: United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Sweden, Norway, Netherlands, Finland, Denmark, and Central and South America
 

This anime adaptation of the otome game by Honeybee Black follows the professional and personal lives of four hot boy bands under the “DYNAMIC CHORD” agency and music label. There’s progressive rock band rêve parfait; newcomer Liar-S; veteran rock band KYOHSO; and international sensation, apple-polisher.



Long Riders!

Launch time: today at 5pm PST (live now!)

Territories: United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and Central and South America excluding Mexico

 


College student Ami Kurata is so clumsy, she trips on flat surfaces. However, with one glance at a folding bike, Ami falls in love and charges into the world of cycling in an effort to feel more confident. Astride her cute new bike, Ami experiences the highs and lows of cycling: everything from exhilarating rides on open roads with beautiful vistas, to the sore muscles afterwards. Together with the girls of the Fortuna cycling team, she plans to one day complete a long-distance cycling event!


 

UPDATED 11/8 

 

Magic of Stella

Launch time: today at 5pm PST (live now!)

Territories: United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and Central and South America excluding Mexico

 

 

Tamaki Honda, a first year high school student, joins the peculiar SNS Club. With nothing but her wits and her artistic skills, she must traverse the world of doujin (self-published) game development. As new issues arise within the development of game making, Tamaki learns more about her club member’s odd personalities.



 

Patrick Macias is editor in chief of Crunchyroll News & Otaku USA magazine. He is currently serializing his latest writing project, PARANOIA GIRLS.

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