Funimation, the premium anime streaming service, has grabbed the unique rights to 2 collection: The Millionaire Detective – Balance: Unlimited and Kaguya-sama: Love is War Season 2. Both of those collection will probably be arriving to the service this spring.
Kaguya-sama: Love is War follows the story of Miyuki Shirogane and Kaguya Shinomiya, Shuchiin Academy’s pupil council leaders. Peers assume the duo would make the right couple, however neither needs to exit on a limb to ask the opposite out. So they decide methods to trick the opposite into instigating a date. Check out the Season 2 trailer beneath.
Season 2 of of the romantic comedy collection, Kaguya-sama, arrives this April. The new season will probably be subtitled. Currently, all episodes of Season 1 (subtitled) are streaming on Funimation. English dubs for each seasons will arrive later this yr.
Also arriving to Funimation this spring is The Millionaire Detective – Balance: Unlimited. The collection follows Modern Crime Prevention Task Force detective Daisuke Kambe and companion Haru Kato on the Toyko Metropolian Police Department. They work in a division the place solely individuals who’ve triggered issues for the police find yourself. It’s an actual odd couple state of affairs, as Daisuke is wealthy and materialistic and Haru believes cash is not every little thing. Check out the trailer beneath.
No official launch date has been revealed but. The Millionaire Detective is created by Yasutaka Tsutsui (Paprika, The Girl Who Leapt Through Time) and directed by Tomohiko Ito (Death Note, Sword Art Online).
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