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News Catblue: Dynamite CG Anime to Be Streamed by Crunchyroll
posted on 2008-09-30 16:19 EDT
The video-sharing website Crunchyroll and the action figure and collectible maker Organic have announced that Romanov Higa's Catblue: Dynamite computer-animated series will begin streaming on Crunchyroll at 7:00 p.m. PT today. In this 42-minute story set in the 1970s, a cat-girl named Blue protects two drug mules from a gang that is searching for a Frank Sinatra tape with implicating evidence on it. The project premiered online in Japan in 2006. Higa also directed the computer-animated TANK S.W.A.T. 01 and Urda videos and was initially slated to direct the Appleseed: Genesis television series.
Image © Romanov Film 2006
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