Tubi TV Adds the Yamibo: Darkness, The Hat, And Travelers Of The Books Anime

The Fandom Post is reporting that Tubi TV has added the Yamibo: Darkness, The Hat, And Travelers Of The Books anime series to its service.

The story of the series is described as:

Hatsuki is a high school student living with her sister, Hatsumi, who she has a huge crush on. On Hatsumi’s 16th birthday, she is suddenly surrounded by a green light and disappears in front of Hatsuki. She manages to follow Hatsumi with the help of a being resembling a fat baby chick (literally), ending up in a place called “The Great Library,” which is full of different worlds stored in books. Hatsumi wasn’t there, though, so the search for Hatsuki’s great love begins and involves traveling from book to book.

Yamibo: Darkness, The Hat, And Travelers Of The Books originally aired on Japanese television from October 2-December 25, 2003.

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Tubi TV Adds the English Dub of The Sea Prince and the Fire Child Anime Film

The Fandom Post is reporting that Tubi TV is now streaming the English dub of The Sea Prince and the Fire Child anime film.

The 1981 film was originally distributed by Sanrio in Japan and was directed by Masami Hata based on the screenplay he wrote with Chiho Katsura.

The story The Sea Prince and the Fire Child is described as:

Long ago, spirits of fire and water lived as one. But jealous Algaroch, Lord of the Winds, drove a rift between King Oceanus and his sister Hyperia, Queen of Fire. Since then fire fairies and water sprites have been at war and forbidden from consorting, but when Prince Sirius, the king’s chosen successor, meets Hyperia’s beautiful daughter Malta, they fall madly in love. A wise, old turtle explains their one chance is to reach the hill of Elysium during the next solar eclipse, where a magic flower blossoms that can carry them to a distant star where fire and water live as one.

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Tubi TV Adds the Dubbed Version of the Project A-Ko Anime Film

The Fandom Post is reporting that Tubi TV has added the English dubbed version of the Project A-Ko anime film.

The film was written and directed by Katsuhiko Nishijima based on an original story he wrote with Kazumi Shirasaka. Yuji Moriyama worked on the character designs while APPP handled the animation production. The film was originally released in Japan in 1986.

The story of Project A-Ko is described as:

It’s the not-too-distant future, and a metropolis flourishes in the crash site of an alien spacecraft. A-ko, a teenager growing up in this city, enjoys the life of an ordinary schoolgirl… along with incredible superhuman strength. But her carefree days are numbered. Her school rival, B-ko, is not content to live in the shadows any longer. A-ko’s superpowers and good fashion sense may not be a match for B-ko’s evil genius and Mega-Powered Fighting Robots of Doom.

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Tubi TV Adds The Twelve Kingdoms Anime

The Fandom Post is reporting that Tubi TV has added The Twelve Kingdoms anime series to its service. The series is available in its English dubbed form.

The story of The Twelve Kingdoms is described as:

Upon being confronted by a mysterious stranger, Youko is told of her destiny and pulled away into another world. Thus begins Youko’s perilous journey to the kingdom of Kei on an epic road of espionage, terror, and betrayal. The mystic world of The Twelve Kingdoms assails her with one challenge after another. Will Youko embrace her destiny?

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Tubi TV Adds the Unico in the Island of Magic Anime Film

The Fandom Post is reporting that Tubi TV has added the Unico in the Island of Magic anime film. The film is available in its English language form, and the site’s listing says that the English closed captions are available. The film is available to members in the US and Canada only due to Discotek Media’ss licensing restrictions with the Japanese licensor.

The story of Unico in the Island of Magic is described as:

Unico the unicorn has the amazing power to make anyone he meets happy. In this adventure, Unico finds himself with a new friend, a young girl named Cherry. However, Cherry’s long-lost older brother Toby has finally come home, and is now a misguided apprentice to an insane (and not human) magician named Kuruku. When Cherry’s parents get turned into weird, almost zombie-like dolls called living puppets, she and Unico start a quest to the very ends of the earth to get her parents and brother back before Kuruku takes over the world.

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Area 88 OVA Series Now Streaming on Tubi TV

The Fandom Post is reporting that Tubi TV is now streaming the Area 88 OVA series on its service. The three-part OVA series is available with an English dub.

The OVAs were directed by Hisayuki Toriumi based on the screenplay by Akiyoshi Sakai. Toshiyasu Okada worked on the character designs and served as the chief animation director for it. Studio Pierrot produced the animation. The three OVAs were release in Japan between February 5, 1985 and August 15, 1986.

The story of Area 88 is described as:

In a cruel twist of fate, talented young pilot Shin Kazama is tricked into serving as a mercenary for Area 88: a hell on earth where men survive by gunning down anyone who stands in their way. To return home, Shin must sell his soul to the battlefield and pave the road back to Japan with the corpses of his fallen opponents.

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Tubi TV Adds the Key the Metal Idol Anime

The Fandom Post is reporting that Tubi TV has added all 15 episodes of the Key the Metal Idol OVA anime. The anime is available in its original Japanese language with English subtitles.

Key the Metal Idol was originally released in Japan between 1994 and 1997. The anime was directed and written by Hiroaki Sato with character designs by Keiichi Ishikura.

The story of Key the Metal Idol is described as:

Her classmates at school called her Key, as in the “key” to a strange mystery. Key’s “grandfather” was a kindly old scientist wanting to use his skill in robotics to create peace and love in the world. But when that kindly old scientist passed away, poor Key was left behind, lacking even the ability to smile. There still is hope, however—a message left behind for Key suggests a fantastic possibility. Could it really be possible for Key to become a real, live human, if she can only win the love of 30,000 people?

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Tubi TV Adds the Angel Cop Anime

The Fandom Post is reporting that Tubi TV is now streaming the Angel Cop anime. The OVA is available with an English dub. Angel Cop is also available on Midnight Pulp.

Angel Cop was originally released in Japan in 1988. The OVAs were written and directed by Ichiro Itano with Nobuteru Yuki handling the character designs. DAST Corporation and Studio 88 handled the animation production.

The story of Angel Cop is described as:

To combat rising attacks by communist terrorists, Japan has created a special security force authorized to use lethal force. Angel, the newest member of the force, fights to take down the terrorist group, Red May. Accidentally uncovering ties between Red May and the government, she and the rest of the Special Security Force are targeted for execution by three “hunters,” enhanced psychics, working for the government. Together with her cybernetically enhanced partner, Raiden, it is up to Angel to stop them.

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Tubi TV Adds The Princess and the Pilot Anime Film

The Fandom Post is reporting that Tubi TV has added The Princess and the Pilot anime film. The film is available in its original Japanese language with English subtitles.

The story of The Princess and the Pilot is described as:

The war between the Levamme Empire and the Amatsukami Imperium has been raging for years. In the midst of this struggle, the prince of the Levamme Empire declares his love for Juana del Moral and vows to end the war in one year as part of his marriage proposal. When the Amatsukami catch wind of this, they assault the del Moral residence, targeting Juana’s life.

As a last-ditch effort to bring the prince his bride, the San Maltilia Airforce employs a mercenary of mixed blood – a bestado – to fly Juana to the prince in secret. The pilot, Charles, accepts the mission… but traversing an ocean alone, and into enemy territory, proves a much more dangerous ordeal than anyone could have anticipated.

The Princess and the Pilot was released in Japan in 2011.

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Tubi TV Adds the Fuse: Memoirs of the Hunter Girl Anime Film

The Fandom Post is reporting that Tubi TV has added the Fuse: Memoirs of the Hunter Girl anime film. The film is presented in its original Japanese language with English subtitles in 1080p HD for those that have a Roku account.

The story of Fuse: Memoirs of the Hunter Girl is described as:

Hamaji, a young huntress from the mountains, stumbles into the middle of a shogun’s vendetta against a group of human and dog hybrids, the Fusé. Rumors of Fusé murdering innocent people in the bustling city of Edo have sparked a bounty for their heads. Along with her brother, Hamaji joins the hunt for this dangerous quarry, but after accidentally befriending one of them, Hamaji is torn between two worlds: her life as a self-reliant huntress, and the young woman her new friend has helped her to uncover.

Fuse: Memoirs of the Hunter Girl was released in Japan in 2012.

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