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Samurai Flamenco Added to AnimeLab

posted on 2014-09-22 04:55 EDT by Jon Hayward
Madman Entertainment have added the entire series of Samurai Flamenco to their streaming site AnimeLab

The news was made public today via email and AnimeLab's facebook page.

All 22 episodes of Samurai Flamenco are avaliable for free on AnimeLab in Japanese audio with English subtitles. You can start watching the series here.

Samurai Flamenco

He's a tokusatsu fan that wants to fight for justice as a self-made superhero, he's the cop who found out his real identity and gets dragged into his mis-adventures. Together they fight crime!

Masayoshi Hazama has always wanted to become a superhero since he was a kid, so he decides to fight crime in the name of justice as Samurai Flamenco. However his secret identity as a model is discovered by police officer Hidenori Gotō and together they discover the responsibilities of being a champion of justice in the world.

Takahiro Omori (Natsume's Book of Friends, Baccano!, Princess Jellyfish) directed the series while Chinatsu Kurahana (Uta no Prince-sama - Maji Love 1000%, Aquarion Evol original character designs) designed the characters. Hideyuki Kurata (Oreimo, Now and Then, Here and There, The World God Only Knows) handled the series composition and Yoshimitsu Yamashita (Mushibugyō, Blade of the Immortal, Phantom ~Requiem for the Phantom~) adapted Kurahana's character designs for animation. Manglobe (Samurai Champloo, Karneval, Deadman Wonderland) produced the series. SPYAIR performed the opening theme "Just One Life," and cast members Haruka Tomatsu, M.A.O, and Erii Yamazaki as their fictional idol group Mineral Miracle Muse performed the ending song "Date TIME."

Samurai Flamenco aired from the 10th of October 2013 as part of Fuji TV's Noitamina block and ran for 22 episodes. Aniplex of America licensed the show for streaming and home video release in North America and Crunchyroll streamed the series as it aired.

Madman Entertainment licensed Samurai Flamenco back in December 2013 as part of their 12 Announcements of Christmas, a date for home video release has yet to be announced.

If you would like to know more about Samurai Flamenco, you can start reading Carl Kimlinger's thoughts on the first six episodes in his review and we have an anime spotlight on the series here.


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