Attack on Titan Season 3, Part 2 simulcast date! Toonami date details!

Great news Attack on Titan fans, we finally got news on when can we watch Attack on Titan season 3, part 2. It was announced by Funimation that fans can watch this anime at the same time as Japan on April 28th, 1:35 P.M. EST.

There is an English Dub to this anime as well, but fans will have to wait until May 26th until fans can watch the anime in English. However, if you are like me who watches Toonami every Saturday, you can watch Attack on Titan Season 3, Part 2 in English on May, 25th.

Attack on Titan Season 3, Part 2:

Simulcast: 4/28th

Simuldub for Funimation users: 5/26th

Simuldub for Toonami users: 5/25th

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Anime Voice Actress Maeghan Albach passed away

Well, I bring you anime fans some bad news today. I found this news from Anime News Network. According to Anime News Network, voice actress Maeghan Albach recently passed away on January 22nd, 2019. This news was posted up today, Feb 25th. According to the site and IMDb, she has been involved with many anime in Funimation such as One Piece, Attack on Titan, Fairy Tail, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood and movies like Evangelion 1.0 and Summer Wars. She is a Texan resident and she has worked with Funimation for 13 years. She was 44 when she passed.

According to IMDb, she voiced additional characters in One Piece and Fairy Tail, but with no specific character. In anime with a specific characters she was in Date a Live as Shiizaki and she was in Sekirei: Pure Engagement as Toyotama. If you want to know what other anime she was in, go check out her IMDb page. May God give her rest and comfort.

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Voice Actor Vic Migogna plans to recommit to God

Here is a brief update to the news of Vic Migogna news. Just a heads up, this is all unbiased and objective. I will not voice my opinion. This is what I am hearing from Anime News Network.

With the recent controversy and accusations of voice actor Vic Migogna, Vic Migogna wrote out an updated statement yesterday in regards to these accusations. After being forced to leave Funimation and having voice actress Monica Rial and Jamie Marchi accusing him for harassment, here is what he has to say (it is also on his twitter):

Mentioned in his statement, Vic is planning to recommitting his life to God and he is hoping to seek counselor for his behavior.

Again, I am just sharing you this update about him to you readers. This is all objective.

Vic Mignogna no longer involved with Funimation

If you are aware about the Vic Migogna controversy and the tweets #IStandWithVic or #KickVic, I bring some news from Funimation.

In a tweet sent by Funimation, Funimation announced that the team will no longer be involved with the voice actor for future projects. This means that Vic won’t be lending his voice for anime from Funimation and any current anime that has him in it, will also be recasted. It’s been announced that the anime Morose Mononokean season 2 will replace his character.

If you don’t know the controversy, it happened around after the movie release of Dragon Ball Super: Broly movie. News have spread that the voice actor has been giving unwanted hugs and kisses to his fans and the fans believed it was harassment. These allegations happened in 2008 however! Unfortunately, because this news is showing up, Rooster Teeth fired the voice actor from the series Rooster Teeth as he played as a character named Qrow.

source:

https://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2019-02-11/funimation-will-not-engage-vic-mignogna-on-future-productions/.143291

My Hero Academia Season 2, Part 2 Spoiler-Free review

Rightstuf synopsis:

Our young heroes start their first internships with real pros! Put on blast by some serious training, Deku will see how far he can push his new skills when a classmate gets cornered by Hero Killer: Stain. The fight leaves a lasting impression before Class 1-A goes back to the grind for final exams. Setting aside rivalries, the students face their toughest opponents yet—their teachers.

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Anime Movie News: Dragon Ball Super movie in IMAX and Hunter x Hunter in Jan 30th

January is going to be busy with two anime movies based on Shonen Jump titles.

The anticipated movie Dragon Ball Super will be premiering in January 16th and for the first time, you can watch this movie in IMAX theaters in the U.S. The movie was released in Japan in theaters at Jan 14th while U.S. fans was able to see it on Jan 13th at Hollywood. This Wednesday only, fans will be able to watch Dragon Ball Super: Broly in select theaters and will watch in IMAX screenings.

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If you can’t watch the DBS movie, here’s another movie you can watch. Coming to theaters only at Jan 30th, the anime movie Hunter x Hunter: The Last Mission will be premiering in theaters with English subbed and dubbed screenings. You can buy your tickets at the CineLife Entertainment website. Here is the synopsis for the movie according to Viz Media:

The Battle Olympia tournament at Heaven’s Arena is about to begin! Gon, Killua, Kurapika and Leorio plan on watching the matches along with the other Hunters and VIPs in attendance. As they wait, a raid by The Shadow ends the festivities. Skilled fighters fall one by one to their terrifying ability called On, a dark power derived from malice. When their leader Jed captures Netero and declares death to all Hunters in the name of vengeance, Gon and Killua rush to defeat him – will they prevail?!

My Hero Academia Season 4 in October 2019

Hey hero fanatics! I got some good and bad news for you in regards to My Hero Academia. It’s been revealed by Funimation that the popular Shonen Jump series My Hero Academia is a release date/month for the upcoming season 4. That’s the good news, it’s confirmed to be in 2019. Here is the bad news. My Hero Academia season 4 is set to be released and streamed on October 2019. Which means, this anime is going to be a fall anime title and you are going to have wait for the Halloween season to see your favorite hero students.

Funimation president states they wanted to renew contract with Crunchyroll

Remember the ground-breaking news about Funimation and Crunchryoll splitting up? I got some news to share from the words of the Funimation president Gen Fukunaga about what happened that led to these powerhouse companies to depart ways. Also to add to that is Sony bought Funimation.

Gen Fukunaga: “Sony had to make this tough decision,” Fukunaga said. “If [Crunchyroll wasn’t] going to budge on those terms, then we just have to double down and decide if we’re going to go at it alone. And that’s what happened.

Meaning, Funimation wanted to renew the contract with Crunchyroll, but Crunchyroll didn’t agree with the terms and wanted to instead do its own thing.

source:

https://www.animenewsnetwork.com/interest/2018-12-14/funimation-president-we-tried-to-renew-deal-with-crunchyroll/.140793

Dibs on Anime! Watch new Funi anime titles at Hulu starting 2019!

Anime fans of the U.S.A., ever wanted to be the first people to watch a new anime series? I got news for you especially if you stream on Hulu. It’s been announced that Hulu signed a deal with Funimation that starting 2019 that they will be the first to choose which new anime will be streamed for simulcasts and simuldubs. Lisa Holme, Hulu‘s VP of content acquisition, commented in Variety that they are hoping to get at least 20 or more different series per year which will include English Subbed and Dubbed. So you like watching Funimation anime like My Hero Academia and Attack on Titan, I hope you are ready to renew your subscription for Hulu for more Funi anime in 2019.

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Funi-Crunchyroll news – Anime Dubbed and Subbed are added/return after major split

Hello anime fans! I got some interesting news for you if you are interested on binge watching some anime. If you didn’t know, the anime companies that were partnered up Funimation and Crunchyroll were split up after two years of working together streaming anime and selling home videos of anime. The result of this partnership helped Funimation dub some Crunchyroll licensed anime into English Dub and helped sell home videos and the same time brought anime from Funimation to Crunchyroll to be streamed. But now that these two powerhouses are separated, here is some news in regards to your favorite anime.

Funimation

Funimation announced on Friday that they will be adding 300+ anime in subbed format to their list and will be available to anyone with a FunimationNow account. I am not going to list all of them, but anime like Baka and Test, Black Butler and Cowboy Bebop will be added as subtitled anime. If you like anime from Funimation, but preferred anime in subtitles, now you can enjoy it your favorite Funimation shows on your account.

Crunchyroll

Previously mentioned, Crunchyroll and Funimation teamed up and released English Dub on certain anime titles. However, after being split, these English Dubbed anime from Crunchyroll will still be intact and won’t be affected. Crunchyroll anime like Berserk, Taboo Tattoo and Masamune-kun’s Revenge will be safe and will be available in both Crunchyroll and Funimation platforms. These anime will also be in subtitles for viewer preference.

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Funimation adds 300+ subbed anime to FunimationNow

Crunchyroll adds 17 English Dub anime to site