Today, Funimation and VIZ Media announced an added list of new content set to arrive on the Funimation streaming platform and expand its catalog of titles from April, 15th. The new anime lineup coming to Funimation further expands both companies’ partnerships and further deepens Funimation’s library.
New Funimation Titles
New titles coming to Funimation include parts one, two, and three of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventures; episodes 1-109 in the US and 1-209 in Canada of Bleach; Mazinger Z, Infini-T Force, Naruto Shippuden the Movie: The Lost Tower; Naruto Shippuden the Movie: Blood Prison; Naruto the Movie: Road to Ninja; The Last: Naruto the Movie; Hunter x Hunter: Phantom Rouge; Accel World and Accel World: Infinite Burst; Vampire Knight and Vampire Knight: Guilty.
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About VIZ Media
An international authority on manga for more than three decades, VIZ Media is leading the way in what’s now, new and next. Reaching one in four millennials and half of all Gen Z manga readers, VIZ is at the forefront of America’s Japanese pop-culture phenomenon, which today dominates multiple industries from publishing and animation to film and gaming. VIZ is proud to be the #1 destination for manga in America and home to some of the most prestigious anime brands driving the industry. Combined with a market share footprint larger than household names collectively, VIZ has pivoted from a localization company to a market-leading pop culture publisher and producer.
Source: Press release
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