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Crunchyroll Adds Space Warrior Baldios, The Twelve Kingdoms, Dancouga Anime

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More episodes of Miss Machiko also added

Crunchyroll announced on Wednesday that it has added the Space Warrior Baldios, The Twelve Kingdoms, and Dancouga anime. The site also added episodes 76-95 of the Miss Machiko anime.

Space Warrior Baldios is available for users in the United States and Canada, and is available with English subtitles and an English dub. Discotek Media licensed the Space Warrior Baldios anime, and it describes the story:

Instead of cleaning up their own nuclear waste, Planet S-1 brings their dirty work to Earth. Their military rulers want to knock us all off so their dying world can relocate here. Flying against fate, an S-1 rebel tries to defect to our side. But can a desperate and divided World Federation welcome him with open arms? Is this young Marine Leigan an ally or a spy? Can his robot ship Baldios and our Blue Strike Force unite to defeat The Red Fighters? And will it even matter if the impending doom arrives ahead of schedule? It's space war fought on the environmental front. The ultimate battle for survival.

Discotek Media released the film on Blu-ray Disc in April 2018 with both Japanese audio with English subtitles and the English dub.

The film debuted in 1981, and serves as both a summary and conclusion for the of the earlier cancelled 1980 Space Warrior Baldios television anime. Celebrity Home Entertainment previously released the film with an English dub under the title Space Warriors: Battle for Earth Station S-1.

The Twelve Kingdoms is available for users in the United States and Canada, and is available with English subtitles and an English dub. Discotek Media licensed the anime, and it describes the story:

Go on an epic journey to the Kingdom of Kei!

Upon being confronted by a mysterious stranger, Youko is told of her destiny and pulled away into another world. Thus begins Youko's perilous journey to the Kingdom of Kei on an epic road of espionage, terror, and betrayal. The mystic world of The Twelve Kingdoms assails her with one challenge after another. Will Youko embrace her destiny?

The Twelve Kingdoms premiered in 2002. Media Blasters originally offered the series in North America in August 2003 and then in a complete collection release in 2009. Media Blasters released the series on Blu-ray Disc in 2011. AsianCrush began streaming the anime last June.

Discotek Media's Blu-ray Disc release is slated for May 28, and will have all 45 episodes in 1080p with Japanese audio with English subtitles, as well as the English dub.

Dancouga is available for users in the United States and Canada. Discotek Media licensed the anime, and it describes the story:

Deep in outer space, the emperor Muge plots his next conquest - an out-of-the-way planet known as Earth. Mustering all the forces of his own personal Empire of Death, the Emperor is by far the most formidable foe humans have ever faced. And now he's even more fearsome thanks to the defection of Shapiro Keats, a power-hungry Earthling reborn as an Empire informer.

Army after army crumbles in the face of an onslaught of the Empire's seemingly indestructible robots. But now there's a team that just might be able to stop them: an ace pilot named Shinobu, Sara (Shapiro's one-time girlfriend) , and Ryo, a very unlikely young hero. Together, they're in command of a new secret weapon developed in a laboratory hidden deep in a lake in Japan. Enter Dancougar, the Super Beast Machine God - and the battle's just beginning!

The 38-episode series premiered in 1985 and spawned three original video anime (OVA) sequels. Another television series titled Jūsō Kikō Dancouga Nova premiered in 2007. Central Park Media previously licensed the series. Discotek Media released the series on DVD in July 2017.

Source: Crunchyroll (Joseph Luster)


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