FUNimation Entertainment Confirms the Azur Lane Anime’s Uncut Blu-ray Disc Release With TV-14 Rating

Anime News Network is reporting that FUNimation Entertainment has confirmed that its Blu-ray Disc release of the Azur Lane anime will have a TV-14 rating and be uncensored. The company provided the following statement:

We’re aware that inaccurate information on the upcoming Blu-ray release of AZUR LANE is causing confusion with fans and consumers. To clarify, Funimation is releasing the uncut home video version of AZUR LANE and the TV-14 rated release is not an edited or altered version.

FUNimation Entertainment will release the anime on Blu-ray Disc on November 24, 2020.

The Azur Lane anime premiered in October 2019. FUNimation simulcast the series with English subtitles and an English dub. Episodes 11 and 12 of the anime aired in March 2020.

Source: ANN

Episodes 11 and 12 of the Azur Lane Anime to Be Delayed to March 2020

The official website for the Azur Lane anime has announced that episodes 11 and 12 of the anime are delayed until March 13 and 20, 2020, respectively. The announcement cited the staff’s desire to improve the quality of the anime. The episodes were originally scheduled to debut on December 19 and 26, 2019, respectively. The anime will begin a rebroadcast in Japan on January 3, 2020.

Azur Lane premiered on Japanese television on October 3, 2019. FUNimation Entertainment is streaming the series with English subtitles as it airs, as well as a simuldub.

Source: ANN

FUNimation Entertainment to Stream the Azur Lane and No Guns Life Anime

FUNimation Entertainment has announced that it will began streaming Azur Lane in Japanese with English subtitles on October 3, 2019 at 4:00 p.m. EDT and with an English dub on October 17, 2019.

The company has also announced that it will begin streaming No Guns Life in Japanese with English subtitles on October 10, 2019 and with an English dub on October 24, 2019. Both anime will stream in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand.

Source: ANN