Gas up the jeep and strap on your red headband, it's time to travel across a post-apocalyptic United States (and kick some robot butt along the way) with the 1990 theatrical anime film, A Wind Named Amnesia. Hit the jump to learn more about what it means to be truly human, and whether it entails firing a righteous Magnum at bad guys and stealing sausages from defenseless children.
Crunchyroll announced a handful of additions from the Discotek Media catalog today. The latest series available to stream are Earl and Fairy, Key the Metal Idol, Gokudo, A Wind Named Amnesia, Night on the Galactic Railroad, and Street Fighter II: The Animated Series. Check out the details for each after the jump!
North American anime distributor Discotek Media has announced that they have licensed A Wind Named Amnesia, a 1990 anime movie adaptation of a novel by Vampire Hunter D author Hideyuki Kikuchi previously released by Manga Entertainment, Pilot Candidate, aka Candidate for Goddess, a 2000 adaptation of Yukiru Sugisaki's manga that aired on Adult Swim, and Soul Hunter, the 1999 TV anime adaptation of Ryu Fujisaki's Chinese literature inspired manga, previously released by ADV.