Two Highly-Anticipated Titles will be Streaming on the Aniplex Channel, Hulu, Crunchyroll, and DAISUKI

SANTA MONICA, CA (April 4, 2014) –Aniplex of America Inc. has announced today the details of the simulcast schedules for two of their highly-anticipated titles scheduled to begin streaming this month. These titles are The irregular at magic high school and MEKAKUCITY ACTORS. Both of these titles will be available to fans on the Aniplex Channel (www.AniplexChannel.com), Hulu (www.Hulu.com), Crunchyroll (www.crunchyroll.com), and DAISUKI (www.Daisuki.net) only a few hours following its original air-time in Japan.

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Man, I must be going soft. Either that or I really need a cute and cuddly girlfriend, and I'm not willing to place bets on which it is. In any event, here's a surprisingly entertaining series that I have a review for, known as Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu, or if you want to know what that means, The Secret of Haruka Nogizaka. Truthfully a guilty pleasure, but a satisfying one, or at least it is at the point of this review. It's honestly showing signs of sliding into 2chan-Hell, but we'll see if it can keep from doing that as time goes on. Still, I'm certain you are more interested in what I have to say in there here and now, so head on over to the review, and see if it's something you'd like to watch yourself...or not.

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Overview

Oneday at the Hakujo Academy private school, a second year student, Yuto Ayase, is asked by his otaku friend to return a book for him to the school library. While there he runs into the beautiful, intelligent, popular, and insanely rich Haruka Nogizaka who seems to be acting a little oddly. Quite by accident he finds out that she herself is a die hard fan of anime and manga. Initially dismayed by the discovery of her secret, she is elated to find out that he's more than willing to help her keep it. The two quickly strike up a fast friendship and even more as time goes on.

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Wednesday, 07 October 2009 21:40

Mmm… Crunchyroll…

Just wanted to to mention that Dragon's Anime has partnered up with Crunchyroll.com, a great destination online for you to go see legally subbed anime online for free, not to mention participate in a cool community of fellow anime and manga nuts. This particular promotion brings you the hit series Eureka 7, but that's not all they've got in store for you if you want to pay them a little visit. Drop in and have a look around folks, it's a awesome little destination online for the anime and manga fan!

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