As the Spring 2016 season fully gets underway, we here at Anime Maru have put together a completely through and accurate comparison of the major anime streaming services.
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You forgot recent anime powerhouse Amazon “Kabaneri” Prime “Iron” Instant “Fortress” Video.
This, it would be amusing to see the chart expanded to include them as well, as they enter the fray with their fancy noitaminA exclusive deal
I guess I’ll choose Netflix if it means there’s a minimal chance of a third season of Spice and Wolf.
My cousin is learning disabled and he’s always had a really hard time with subbed shows and has always felt left out when he can’t watch shows with the other kids his age. For him that really is a big advantage for Funimation. So it’s more true than you think.
I love the Netflix original anime series GLITTER FORCE!
In case you guys don’t have it already and are on Chrome : https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/crunchyroll-unblocker/dldddkdajilplfikaadakojgjocbnjim
It’s a extension that allows access to region-locked content
Spice & Wolf season 3 or riot!
Best point: Free anime available soon after broadcasting time
Worst point: You’re watching anime for free…
Fun fact: People hate it.
Also uncensored if you’re smart enough to wait for BDs.
Three episodes of Irregular at Magic High School watched on my Netflix account. That’s ten too many.
Don’t you love shows when every single character can only talk about how amazing the MC is? I finished watching the show and now I can only think about how he is the greatest anime character to grace us with his presence.
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