Cyborg 009: Call of Justice Added to Netflix UK

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While Amazon Prime continues to expand it’s anime streaming catalogue with new simulcast streams Netflix have opted to take a slightly different approach by not only constantly offering ‘already available on home video’ anime titles but Netflix exclusive titles; in this case Cyborg 009: Call of Justice a sequel of sorts to the previously released 2013 movie released by Anime Limited onto DVD and Blu-ray. Read more of this post

Ronja: The Robber’s Daughter Added to Amazon Video UK for Prime Members

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Amazon UK continues to expand it’s anime streaming selection as following on from the additions of Scum’s Wish and Onihei the online retailer giant has now added Studio Ghibli’s CGI-styled-anime series Ronja: The Robber’s Daughter to their ever-growing-streaming content. Read more of this post

Scum’s Wish Begins Simulcast Streaming on Amazon Prime UK

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Amazon UK continues to expand it’s anime streaming selection as while Onihei was added to the ‘Video-On-Demand’ platform earlier this week noitaminA’s newly broadcast anime series Scum’s Wish has now been added to the plaform. Read more of this post

Onihei Added to Amazon Prime UK

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Amazon UK continues to expand it’s anime-streaming-selection; as following on from the addition of the Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha franchise last month the online retail giant have now added the brand new anime series Onihei to their video-on-demand streaming selection. Read more of this post

Daisuke Add’s Blue Exorcist: Kyoto Saga & Fate/Grand Order to it’s Simulcast Selection

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Daisuki continues to become a dominant force within the Anime Streaming War as the free (and legal) video-on-demand service is now offering both Blue Exorcist: Kyoto Saga and Fate/Grand Order within the UK. Read more of this post

Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha Franchise Added to Amazon Video for Prime Members

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Amazon UK continues to expand it’s anime streaming collection for Prime members as following on from the recent additions of ViVid Strike!, Chi’s Sweet Adventure and The Great Passage the online retail giant have now added Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha and it’s sequels Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha A and Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha StrikerS. Read more of this post

Daisuki To Stream Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin – Episodes 1 – 3 Later this Month

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In a rather surprising announcement Daisuki, the online on-demand-streaming site, have announced that they will be showing both the Japanese and English Dubbed versions of Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin Episodes 1 to 3 later this month for free. Read more of this post

Daisuki to Simulcast Dragon Ball Super within the UK

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It’s the news Dragon Ball fans within the UK have eagerly been awaiting for and today the relatively unknown streaming service Daisuki.Net have announced that they will be simulcast streaming episodes of Dragon Ball Super every week starting with the Future Trunks Arc of the series. Read more of this post

ViVid Strike! Available to Stream on Amazon Prime within the UK

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In a rather surprising discovery, as pointed out on Twitter by WTK; Amazon Prime within the UK are simulcasting the anime series ViVid Strike! with the first episode now currently available to steam across Amazon Instant Video compatible devices. Read more of this post

Elfen Lied Added to Netflix UK Streaming Catalogue

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Netflix UK continues to be a dominant player in the video-on-demand sector for Anime streaming as the subscription based service have now added ‘Arms’ anime adaptation of Lynn Okamoto’s ultra-violent series Elfen Lied to the service.

As far as we can understand all tweleve episodes of the original series are available to Stream on the service; but what exactly does Elfen Lied entail? Well you can find out for yourself from the synopsis. Read more of this post