It’s sure taking Attack On Titan a long time to end, isn’t it? Something called “The Final Season” began streaming on Funimation last year, but after those episodes were finished, the series wasn’t over….turns out we only got a half-season, and the rest of it would take another year to produce.
Why is it so slow? Blame the manga. The absolutely final volume of Attack On Titan wasn’t released until last April. The anime can’t move any faster, nor can it produce useless filler to stall for time because new anime shows don’t really do that anymore. But now that they have the complete story, they can move ahead and get this thing finished.
Season 4 has been very different from the previous three. After a time jump, the main threat isn’t naked giants with big mouths anymore…it’s a bloody conflict between two nations, with the heroes from the previous seasons caught in the middle. Former friends are now enemies, and Eren has grown up into a huge jerk. What happens next? Funimation says “starting with episode 76, the lines between friends and enemies become even more blurred. The War for Paradis explodes in Shiganshina and as battle rages on and the true intentions of the masterminds behind the current state of the world become clear.”
You’ll be able to watch the midseason premiere of Attack On Titan’s final season January 9, with subtitles. The dubbed version will come a bit later and though Toonami hasn’t announced an airing for these episodes, it usually happens.
Good news, folks…Tanjiro, Nezuko, Zenitsu, and Inosuke finally got that whole Mugen Train problem resolved. It only took an entire feature film to do so. Now they’re at last ready to journey on, and fresh episodes of the Demon Slayer series are about to start airing. The trailer that Funimation
Funimation has revealed what they plan to release on home video formats through the rest of 2021. The biggest release of the month is Demon Slayer: Mugen Train, the blockbuster movie from Japan that didn’t too too bad in the States either. Over forty passengers have disappeared without a trace
We don’t know how good or bad the Netflix live-action adaption of One Piece will be (probably bad), but the actual cartoon is still going strong and about to hit the quadruple-digit mark in terms of episode count. This is your reminder that this coming Saturday, November 20, Funimation will
In the spring of 2013, the heads of Microsoft Studios walked onstage at E3 to deliver what would go down in history as one of their worst presentations. Their job was to convince gamers to buy the XBox One, but as they were still at this time enthralled by the