That One Site that Streamed ‘One Punch Man’ to Shut Down this Fall

That one website where people went to watch One Punch Man a few years ago has announced that it will end streaming services and shut down on October 31 of this year. The site is managed by Anime Consortium Japan, which is a union of select animation studios and publishing companies formed with the goal of making One Punch Man and some other anime available legally overseas.

The news comes despite a vast streaming library that includes One Punch Man as well as several other shows otherwise available on Crunchyroll or Funimation.

After October 31, reports indicate that people wanting to watch One Punch Man would have to use Netflix. God help us.

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Editor-in-Chief, CEO, and Fearless Leader of Anime Maru. He was trained by the North Korean People's Institute of Journalism and Media. kevo follows voice actresses on Twitter and pretends to understand their Japanese tweets. Twitter: @kevo31415