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Did The Anime Industry Revolutionize Streaming?

Published June 27, 2018 by Shay Taree

So I’m back with another anime discussion where I decided to see if the anime industry revolutionized streaming. Check out my video and you decide. Also comment down below to let me know your thoughts.

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~Shay Taree

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Tsuredure Children Review!

Published January 31, 2018 by Shay Taree

I’m back with another anime review and if you can’t tell by the title its on the anime Tsuredure Children. This was a really short show but also was pretty good. So check out my review to see what I say about this show!

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King’s Game Review!

Published January 27, 2018 by Shay Taree

It’s time for the 3rd and final series that was chosen for the It’s In Season podcast and its the anime King’s Game. This anime had me from the very beginning so check out my review to see what I completely thought about this show!

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Crunchyroll & Funimation Partnership!!! 

Published September 12, 2016 by Shay Taree

So it was announced last week that 2 of the biggest companies in anime decided to form a partnership. I think everyone in the anime community collectively lost their minds when this was announced. 
The basic premise of this partnership is so that anime fans are able to get more of the anime that they love and also in a timely manner. Several titles from Funimation have started streaming on Crunchyroll and some titles on Crunchyroll are going to be receiving dubs from Funimation. This includes titles like Orange, Kabaneri Of The Iron Fortress, and Mob Psycho 100. 


Along with all this also the premium services for Funimation known as Funimation Now is going to go down in price. Now this would make things more affordable for anyone that wants access to dubbed anime for $5.99 a month or $59.99 a year. 


Now for those of you that already are subscribed to Funimation All-Access Pass like I am then you don’t have to do anything and your account will automatically switch to Funimation Now and will reflect the new pricing. For those with just sub access though they will stop charging you and you have 60 days of access to Funimation Now Premium. 

I can’t wait to see what else is going to happen with this new partnership and if you have any questions check out the faq pages at Funimation

So what do you think of this partnership? Comment down below and let me know what you think!

~Anime Reviewer Girl! 

Favorite US Anime Company?

Published May 6, 2016 by Shay Taree

So there are several different US companies that license anime. But which one is your favorite?
For me my favorites have always been Funimation 


or Viz! 


Those have always been my go to because they have licensed many of my favorite anime’s such as Dragon Ball Z, Inuyasha, Sailor Moon, Ouran High School Host club and many more!

What about everyone else? What company is your favorite and why? Comment down below and let me know!

~Anime Reviewer Girl! 

Best Streaming Service For Anime?

Published March 15, 2016 by Shay Taree

As many of you know I have subscriptions to several different streaming sites where there is anime and I want to discuss the pros and cons for all of them.

Crunchyroll: 

  
Pros: Even if you don’t have a subscription you can still watch shows on here but you just have to wait a week after the original air date to watch. I definitely used to use this when I didn’t have the money to have a subscription.

Cons: As someone who is a fan of dubs I just wish they had more anime that was dubbed. They have a few anime’s dubbed on there but definitely not enough.

Funimation:

  
Pros: Once again even if you don’t have a subscription you can still watch some shows. If you do have a subscription then you have access to every show that Funimation has on the site as well as extras. These extras could be panels at conventions to cast commentary on shows. Plus you also have access to the dubs if it is available.

Cons: I’ve noticed while using the streaming service that there are times where it will just stop working. Maybe this just happens to me but it can suck when your in the middle of watching a show and the services says streaming not available.

So I’m going to put Hulu and Netflix together since they are both very similar with their streaming services.

Hulu & Netflix: 

  
  
Pros: Both services have more than just anime so you and everyone in your family or friends can enjoy a variety of shows.

Cons: Sometimes the shows don’t have the entire seasons of a show so if you want to watch the 2nd season you have to go hunting for it somewhere else. 

Alright now for me my favorite ones to go to are generally Hulu and Funimation. This is because I notice that a lot of the shows I tend to watch Funimation has but also Hulu because of Funimation decides to stop working Hulu usually has the show I’m looking for.

But out of the ones I’ve mentioned which one(s) would you be willing to try or already use. Comment down below with what you think! 

~Anime Reviewer Girl!