Funimation Offers Broadcast Dubs for Dance with Devils, Shomin Sample, Heavy Object
posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
Funimation Entertainment announced on Wednesday that it will offer Broadcast dubs for Dance with Devils, Shomin Sample, Heavy Object, Attack on Titan: Junior High, Seraph of the End: Battle in Nagoya, and Noragami Aragoto.
Dance with Devils' story revolves around Ritsuka Tachibana (Himika Akaneya), a female second-year high school student who attends Shiko Academy in Shiko Town. She enjoyed her school life while living with her mother Maria, but one day, that balance fell into ruin. The anime is a story of Ritsuka being loved and being attracted to demons.
Ai Yoshimura (My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU, Blue Spring Ride) is directing the anime at Brains Base (Natsume's Book of Friends, One Week Friends). Tomoko Konparu (Uta no Prince-sama - Maji Love 1000%, Blue Spring Ride) is in charge of the series scripts based on the original concept by Rejet's Daisuke Iwasaki and the original story by Grimoire Henshūshitsu.
The Broadcast dub will premiere on November 11 at 12:00 p.m. EDT. The show premiered in Japan on October 7. Funimation Entertainment is streaming the series as it airs in Japan.
The Shomin Sample (Ore ga Ojō-sama Gakkō ni "Shomin Sample" Toshite Gets-rareta Ken or I Was Abducted by an Elite All-Girls School as a Sample Commoner) television anime is based on Takafumi Nanatsuki's Ore ga Ojō-sama Gakkō ni "Shomin Sample" Toshite Rachirareta Ken light novel series. Funimation is streaming the anime as it airs in Japan, and describes the show:
Kimito Kagurazaka is a extraordinarily average. Average grades, average abilities, average looks, average love life (nonexistent). That is, until one day he's abducted by a mysterious organization and forced to enroll a super secret, super elite academy for the richest, classiest, elitest of the elite young ladies. Turns out Kimito has been chosen as a “commoner sample” to better help the isolated and naïve girls cope with entering into normal society. But there's a catch—Kimito isn't allowed to show any romantic or sexual interest in the girls, lest he face gruesome repercussions. Can this commoner enter the secret world of high society?
Masato Jinbo (Fate/kaleid liner Prisma Illya 2wei!, Nozo × Kimi) is directing the anime under the title Ore ga Ojō-sama Gakkō ni "Shomin Sample" Toshite Gets-rareta Ken at the studio Silver Link. Kento Shimoyama (Bleach, Servant × Service) is in charge of series composition.
The Broadcast dub will premiere on November 11 at 11:30 a.m. EDT. The series premiered in Japan on October 7. Funimation is streaming the series as it airs in Japan.
The Heavy Object anime series is based on Kazuma Kamachi's (A Certain Magical Index) light novel series of the same name. The story revolves around Objects — powerful, massive weapons that change the course of warfare — and Elite Object pilots. An odd Elite girl named Milinda meets Quenser, a student who aims to become a Object mechanic, with the soldier-in-training Heivia on a snowy battlefield.
Takashi Watanabe (Slayers, Shakugan no Shana franchises, Ikki Tousen) is serving as chief director of the anime at J.C. Staff. Chikara Sakurai (Little Busters!, Little Busters! Refrain) is serving as assistant director, Hiroyuki Yoshino (Magi - The Kingdom of Magic, Accel World, World Trigger) is handling the series composition
The Broadcast dub will premiere on November 13 at 12:30 p.m. EDT. The series premiered in Japan on October 2. Funimation Entertainment is streaming the series as it airs in Japan.
The Attack on Titan: Junior High anime is based on Saki Nakagawa's spinoff comedy manga of the same name. The manga re-imagines Eren, Mikasa, Armin, and other characters from the original manga as students and teachers at Titan Junior High School. The cast members from the original Attack on Titan reprise their roles in the anime.
Yoshihide Ibata (Ashiaraiyashiki no Jūnin-tachi, episode director for Kill la Kill, Haikyu!!) is directing the series at Production I.G. Midori Gotou (Hozuki's Coolheadedness, Genshiken: Second Generation) is handling the series composition.
The Broadcast dub will premiere on November 11 at 8:00 p.m. EDT in Funimation's DubbleTalk block. The series premiered in Japan on October 3. Funimation is streaming the anime as it airs in Japan.
The Seraph of the End: Battle in Nagoya anime series is the second half of the Seraph of the End series that adapts Daisuke Furuya, Takaya Kagami, and Yamato Yamamoto's Seraph of the End: Vampire Reign manga. The story takes place in a world where an unknown virus has killed the entire human population except for children. Those children were then enslaved by vampires. The manga centers on Yūichirō Hyakuya, a human who dreams of becoming strong enough to kill all vampires.
The staff from the first series are also working on Seraph of the End: Battle in Nagoya. Daisuke Tokudo is directing the series off of scripts by Hiroshi Seko.
The Broadcast dub will premiere on November 11 at 8:30 p.m. EDT in Funimation's DubbleTalk block. The series premiered in Japan on October 10. Funimation is streaming the series as it airs in Japan. It also previously streamed an English Broadcast dub for the first series.
Yato may just be a minor god now, but he's determined to make it big and he's got a plan. Unfortunately, things just don't seem to be going his way. He doesn't have a single shrine dedicated to him, his partner has just quit, and now he's got to find a new divine weapon. Just when things look bleak, he meets a girl named Hiyori and changes her life forever.
Kotaro Tamura (Wolf Children assistant director) is once again directing the anime in the studio BONES. Deko Akao (Arakawa Under the Bridge, Mysterious Girlfriend X) is also returning to provide the series composition.
Funimation released the first season's DVD and Blu-ray Disc release in North America on July 7.
The Broadcast dub will premiere on November 11 at 9:00 p.m. EDT in Funimation's DubbleTalk block. Noragami Aragoto premiered in Japan on October 2. Funimation is streaming the series as it airs in Japan. Funimation also previously streamed the original Noragami anime.
Thanks to Notorious_P.I.G. for the news tip
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