Tubi TV Adds Seven More Anpanman Films

Tubi TV has announced that it has begun streaming seven more films from the Anpanman franchise:

  • The Adventure of Happie
  • Star-Spirited Dollie
  • The Secret of Fairy Rin-Rin
  • Blacknose and the Magical Song
  • Revive Banana Island!
  • Nanda and Runda from the Star of Toys
  • Shine! Kulun And The Stars Of Life

Tubi had announced in April 2021 that it would stream ten films from the Anpanman franchise with English and Spanish dubs in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and Mexico. Tubi has begun streaming the first of the ten films, Apple Boy and Everyone’s Hope, in April 2021. The service added Purun, The Soap Bubble in July 2021. Tubi also plans to stream Twinkle! Princess Vanilla Of Ice Cream Land.

Ghia Burns is voicing Anpanman in English and Cristina Hernandez is playing the character in Spanish. Jason Michael Kesser is voicing Anpanman’s foe Baikinman in English and Eduardo Garza is playing the character in Spanish.

Source: ANN

Tubi TV Adds the YuruYuri Anime

The Fandom Post is reporting that Tubi TV has added the YuruYuri anime to its service. As of this writing, only the first season is available with the original Japanese audio with English subtitles.

The story of YuruYuri is described as:

Right after starting middle school, Akari Akaza joins the Amusement Club which is composed solely by her two childhood friends, Kyouko Toshinou and Yui Funami. Chinatsu Yoshikawa, Akaza’s classmate, becomes a member after finding out about the dissolution of the Tea Club.

The Amusement Club, situated at the tea room facility since the Tea Club disbanded, has no clear purpose, being free for the girls to do whatever they want.

Source: The Fandom Post

Tubi TV is Streaming the Nagasarete Airanto Anime

The Fandom Post is reporting that Tubi TV is now streaming the Nagasarete Airanto anime. All 26 episodes of the series are available on the service with the original Japanese audio with English subtitles.

The story of Nagasarete Airanto is described as:

Following an argument with his father, Ikuto runs away from home. Along the way he boards a cruise ship and is knocked overboard in the ensuing storm. After drifting away out to sea, he eventually washes ashore on an island named “Airanto” by the locals. The island is surrounded by whirlpools making any attempt to escape impossible, and likely life-threatening. Only women reside on this island, putting Ikuto in the unique position where nearly every person around him sees him as prime husband material. Will Ikuto be able to adapt to life on this uncharted island with women fighting over him, sometimes literally – at every single turn?

Source: The Fandom Post

Tubi TV Is Streaming the Appleseed OVA

The Fandom Post is reporting that Tubi TV has added the Appleseed OVA from 1988 to its catalog. The OVA is available with the original Japanese audio with English subtitles.

Appleseed is described as:

After the devastation of World War III, the scattered governments of the world construct the perfect city administered by perfect Biodroids – artificially created half-human half-robots. Life in Olympus is carefully controlled and monitored – and some of its human population have had enough. A dedicated band of terrorists plot to destroy Gaia, the central computer, and restore freedom to mankind. After a daring raid of a high security facility, they have the weapons and information they need to complete their mission – including the key to the end of Gaia. Will they be stopped before they ruin the dream of paradise?

Appleseed takes us into the explosive world of the Extra Special Weapons and Tactics Squad of the Olympus Police Force, as they battle against those who would destroy their utopia. Join two of the finest (and most reckless) officers on the force in this high-tech animated thriller. Based on the internationally successful comic series by Masamune Shirow, Appleseed is a high-octane, action-packed race against time as the future of a civilization hangs in the balance.

Source: The Fandom Post

Tubi TV Is Streaming the Medabots Anime

The Fandom Post is reporting that Tubi TV is now streaming the first season of the Medabots anime. Discotek Media has licensed the anime and is planning to release the first two seasons as standard definition Blu-ray Discs.

The story of Medabots is described as:

A boy named Ikki Tenrio, using his Medabee, participates in Robattles; fights that square off robots, or Medabots, against each other. Ikki must also stop the plans of the nefarious RubberRobo Gang.

Source: The Fandom Post

Tubi TV Is Streaming the Phoenix Anime

The Fandom Post is reporting that Tubi TV has added the Phoenix anime to its service. The series is available with the original Japanese audio with English subtitles.

The series was directed by Ryousuke Takahashi with character designs by Akio Sugino, Hiroshi Uchida, Kyuma Oshita, and Masayoshi Nishida. With Tezuka Productions handling the animation, the main cast featured Keiko Takeshita as Hi no Tori.

Phoenix is described as:

Throughout time, mankind has chased after the dream of immortality. The Phoenix, in the form of a bird of fire, is said to hold the key to eternal life. Great wars are fought in a vain attempt to possess it and, as a result, civilizations rise and fall. Phoenix is a collection of five stories from the past, present and future. Many will perish because of their desires, and they are the lucky ones. True pain comes for those who find immortality and experience the burden of living forever.

Source: The Fandom Post

Tubi TV Adds the Voltes V Anime

The Fandom Post is reporting that Tubi TV has added the Voltes V anime to its service. The series is available with its original Japanese audio and English subtitles.

The story of Voltes V is described as:

From out of nowhere, a mysterious alien race known as the Boazan Forces has invaded the Earth. A group of individuals specially trained to handle this kind of situation has been unleashed. Kenichi, Ippei, Daijirou, Hiyoshi and Megumi are the pilots of the Choudenji Machine Voltes V (5), Earth’s defense against the Boazan and their terrible Beast Warriors. The plot thickens as the Go Brothers discover their true heritage and the truth behind their father’s disappearance. Conflicts and mixed emotions hinder the Go Brothers at times but due to their unwavering desire to find their dad, they must go to the place where it all started. With the help of the rebels based on Earth and on the aliens’ homeworld, the Voltes Team has another mission, remove the tyrant Zu Zanbajil and liberate the people of Boazan.

Source: The Fandom Post

Tubi TV Is Now Streaming the Photon the Idiot Adventures Anime

The Fandom Post is reporting that Tubi TV has added the six episodes of the Photon the Idiot Adventures anime to its service. The episodes are available with the original Japanese audio with English subtitles.

The anime was released in Japan between 1997 and 1999.

The story of Photon the Idiot Adventures is described as:

Photon, a young man with a kind heart and superhuman strength, leaves his village on Sandy Planet (a desert world) in search of a runaway friend. During this heroic quest, he is accidentally engaged to a renegade space pilot. Now they’re on the run from the evil emperor of the galaxy and his bumbling henchmen. But even worse than the incompetent bad guys are the disastrous cooking contests, exploding spas and cheerleading aliens.

Source: The Fandom Post

Tubi TV Is Streaming the Dai-Guard Anime

The Fandom Post is reporting that Tubi TV is now streaming the Dai-Guard anime on its service. The 26 episodes of the anime originally aired on Japanese television in 1999 over two cours.

The story of Dai-Guard is described as:

Thirteen years after their sudden disappearance, an alien race known as the Heterodyne resurface without warning. To combat the Heterodyne, three office workers from the 21st Century Security Corporation operate Dai-Guard – a giant robot no longer regarded as an oversized paperweight. Unfortunately, Dai-Guard is somewhat obsolete and in disrepair. It’s a tough job, but salarymen can also save the world.

Source: The Fandom Post

Tubi TV Adds the Summer Days With Coo Anime Film

The Fandom Post is reporting that Tubi TV has added the Summer Days With Coo anime film to its service. The film is only available in the original Japanese audio with English subtitles.

The film was written and directed by Keiichi Hara based on the novel by Masao Kogure. The Japanese cast includes Kazato Tomizawa as Coo, Takahiro Yokokawa as Kôichi Uehara, Naoki Tanaka as Yasuo Uehara, Naomi Nishida as Yukaki Uehara, and Tamaki Matsumoto as Hitomi Uehara.

Summer Days With Coo is described as:

From acclaimed director Keiichi Hara, one of Japan’s leading animation talents, comes a heartwarming summer adventure. One day, Koichi Uehara, a fourth-grader living in the suburbs of Tokyo, picks up a fossil that looks like a large stone while on his way home from school. To his surprise, he has picked up a baby Kappa (a Japanese mythical water creature), who has been asleep underground for the past 300 years. Koichi names this baby creature “Coo” and brings him to live with his family, and soon the two are inseparable friends. However, trouble abounds as Coo struggles to adjust to modern life, and begins to miss his family, leading Koichi and Coo to embark on a summer road trip adventure in search of other Kappa.

Source: The Fandom Post