Pluto TV Adds the Love Hina Again OVA

The Fandom Post is reporting that Pluto TV has added the Love Hina Again OVA to its service. The OVA is available in its English dubbed form.

The OVAs were directed by Yoshiaki Iwasaki based on the series composition by Kurou Hazuki. Akitoshi Maeda adapted Ken Akamatsu’s original designs and served as the chief animation director with Xebec handling the production.

The story of Love Hina Again is described as:

Keitaro and Naru have begun college life at Tokyo University. After a long period of studying, bizarre happenings, random trips, and misunderstanding upon misunderstanding, their dream has finally come true.

However, their feelings for each other are still a little… muddled. And just when Naru decided to get things out in the open once and for all, Keitaro disappears on an archaeological dig. With Naru’s old flame Seta.

And as if that’s not enough to cause trouble at the Hinata Apartments, a new manager has been selected to run the place during Keitaro’s absence. Kanako, Keitaro’s sister, has a lot of ideas about how things should be done and begins making changes. But while Keitaro was laid back and easy going, Kanako believes in rules and discipline. Will anyone survive Hinata Boot Camp?

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Pluto TV Adds the GoShogun Television Anime and Feature Film

The Fandom Post is reporting that Pluto TV has added the GoShogun television anime series and feature film to its service. The television series is available with the original Japanese audio and English subtitles, and the film is available with an English dub. GoShogun is available to viewers in the United States and Canada.

The story of GoShogun is described as:

A meteor strikes the Earth and is found to emanate a powerful new energy called Beamler, which is used to power a battle robot, GoShogun, and a teleporting fortress, Good Thunder. The Docougar Crime Syndicate, lead by crime lord Neo Neros, try to steal the secret of the energy from the inventor of GoShogun, but he kills himself rather than let them acquire it. His son is targeted by Neo Neros next, but he is taken in by the crew aboard Good Thunder, who travel the world fighting NeoNeros’s forces with GoShogun.

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Pluto TV Adds the Eat-Man ’98 Anime

The Fandom Post is reporting that Pluto TV has added the Eat-Man ’98 anime to its service. The series is available in the United States and Canada with the original Japanese audio and English subtitles.

Animated by Studio Deen, the series was directed by Koichi Mashimo who also handled the scripts, worked on the storyboards and handled the series overall composition. It’s based on the 19 volume manga series from Akihito Yoshitomi.

The story of Eat-Man is described as:

Meet Bolt Crank, mercenary extraordinaire, and the man who eats metal. Through his travels, he stops along the way to make a few bucks and occasionally rescue damsels in distress. His taste for metal gives him quite an edge as he becomes capable of generating an assortment of weapons from his hand. It’s a strange ability, but it seems to come in handy, so to speak. Bolt has an edge over his adversaries, but will that be enough?

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Pluto TV Adds the Captain Harlock Endless Orbit SSX Anime

The Fandom Post is reporting that Pluto TV has added the Captain Harlock Endless Orbit SSX anime to its service. The series is available to viewers in the United States and Canada with Japanese audio and English subtitles.

Based on the original work by Leiji Matsumoto, Kazuo Komatsubara handled the character designs with Toei Animation producing the series.

The plot of the series is described as:

Far into the future, a terrible alien menace named Illumidas has conquered Earth. War hero Captain Harlock and his faithful crew are forced to flee into space on their cutting-edge battleship. As they travel the galaxy fighting injustice, Harlock dreams of some day finding Arcadia, a legendary planet where all humans can be free. Along his journey, Harlock is joined by more valiant young people who share his dream of a better future for all humankind. But the Illumidas — assisted by a brilliant human engineer, who will betray even his own kind in the name of revenge — will stop at nothing to halt his voyage. Harlock and his allies are declared pirates, under the code name SSX. This 1982 series from the mind of Leiji Matsumoto acts as a loose prequel to the classic Galaxy Express 999 and Space Pirate Captain Harlock. Reuniting Harlock with old friends while introducing a new and colorful cast, Endless Orbit SSX offers more of the quiet introspection, manly derring-do, and stunningly animated ship-to-ship combat sequences that the Harlock series is known for. Arcadia, take off!

Captain Harlock Endless Orbit SSX originally aired on Japanese television in 1982.

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Pluto TV Is Streaming the Dragon Half Anime

The Fandom Post is reporting that Pluto TV is now streaming the Dragon Half anime on its service. The anime is available to viewers in the United States and Canada with the English dub.

The story of the anime is described as:

Mink—the daughter of a dragon and a retired dragonslaying knight—sets out on a journey to get tickets for a concert held by Dick Saucer, world-famous teen idol and dragon hunter. Meanwhile, the corrupt king of the land is trying to take her hostage to get at her mother, and his magic-using daughter seeks to foil Mink’s quest out of sheer spite.

The two-part Dragon Half OVA series originally came out back in 1993 and saw its original North American DVD release from ADV Films way back in the day. Discotek Media rescued the license back in 2013 and released it on DVD.

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Pluto TV Adds the Golgo 13: The Professional Anime Film

The Fandom Post is reporting that Pluto TV has added the Golgo 13: The Professional anime film to its service.

The 90-minute film was originally released in 1983 and was previously released on DVD in North America by Urban Vision. Discotek Media license rescued the filn.

Golgo 13: The Professional was directed by Osamu Dezaki based on the screenplay by Hideyoshi Nagasaki and Shukei Nagasaki.

The story of the film is described as:

After assassinating the son of business tycoon Leonard Dawson, Golgo 13 finds himself prey to the CIA and the U.S. Army, whom Dawson has personally hired to kill the assassin. As days pass by, Dawson slowly loses his sanity as he continues to plot every attempt to kill Golgo 13 even without caring about who hired the assassin to kill his son.

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Pluto TV Adds the Yamibo – Darkness, the Hat, and the Travelers of the Books Anime

The Fandom Post is reporting that Pluto TV has added the Yamibo – Darkness, the Hat, and the Travelers of the Books anime to its service. The series has been added in full, and the episodes are available with Japanese audio and English subtitles.

The series is described as:

Hazuki is a high-school student living with Hatsumi, and the two are so close they are like sisters. When Hatsumi disappears, Hazuki moves heaven and earth to find her, entering strange exotic worlds.

Yuji Yamaguchi directed the series at Studio DEEN and Tomomi Mochizuki handled the series composition.

The 13-episode series originally aired in 2003.

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Pluto TV Adds the Kaiba Anime

The Fandom Post is reporting that Pluto TV has added the Kaiba anime to its service. The series is available in its entirety, but the series is limited to users in the United States and Canada.

The story of Kaiba is described as:

A boy with no name awakens with a hole through his chest, a strange marking on his belly, and no memories. The one link to his past is a locket containing a picture of a girl whose name he does not know. Within moments he meets Popo, who unlike the memoryless boy has a purpose. Through Popo, the boy learns that where he is a body without memory, in this world there are many who are only memories with no body. The rich harvest the choice bodies, leaving only the dregs for those down below. And yet even though he has no memories, there are many who seem to want his life. How does he fit into this world where not even memories might be real?

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Pluto TV Adds Yowamushi Pedal: The Movie

The Fandom Post is reporting that Pluto TV has added Yowamushi Pedal: The Movie to its service. The film is available with Japanese audio and English subtitles.

The story of Yowamushi Pedal: The Movie is described as:

After winning the heated Inter-High race, Sakamichi and the other Sohoku team members receive an invitation to compete in the Kumamoto Hi Province Mountain Range Race towards the end of summer. The top-tier teams from around the country compete in this race, including Sohoku’s rivals Hakone Academy (which yearns to take down Sohoku), Kyoto Fushimi, and Hiroshima Kureminami — as well as Kumamoto Daiichi High School’s team led by Shin Yoshimoto.

On the stage of Kumamoto Prefecture’s Mount Aso, the “final race of the Sohoku team, led by Kinjou, speeds up.

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Pluto TV Adds Some of the 07-Ghost Anime to Its Catalog

The Fandom Post is reporting that Pluto TV has added the 07-Ghost anime to its service. As of this writing, they have only added the first half of the series, but that it starts with Episode Two instead of Episode One. The episodes on the service are available with Japanese audio and English subtitles.

The story of 07-Ghost is described as:

Barsburg Empire’s Military Academy is known for training elites who bring victory to the empire. Students of the academy freely utilize an ability called “Zaiphon” to fight, while the types of Zaiphon usable depends on the nature of the soldier.

Teito Klein, a student at the academy, is one of the most promising soldiers produced. Although ridiculed by everyone for being a sklave (German for slave) with no memories of his past, he is befriended by a fellow student called Mikage. While preparing for the final exam, Teito uncovers a dark secret related to his past. When an attempt to assassinate Ayanami, a high-ranking official who killed his father, fails, Teito is locked away awaiting punishment.

Only wanting the best for Teito, Mikage helps him escape. Teito ends up at the 7th District Church where he is taken in by the bishops. It is here that Teito attempts to evade the grasp of Ayanami and the Military, so he can rediscover his memories and learn why he is the person that can change the fate of the world.

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