Hero TV presents the lineup of their high caliber animes for the month of September. From their new titles to returning ones, prepare to meet Hero anime royalties that will provide anime lovers with high quality entertainment.
Animes that will begin on September 5 are “To Aru Majutsu No Index” that will tell the story of a simple young man who will change from ‘zero’ to ‘hero’, everyday at 7:00 p.m., and “Galaxia Bots” that will show the battle between good and evil bots, everyday at 6:30 p.m. Meanwhile, “Familiar of Zero F” that will show the final season of Louise and Saito’s quest, Saturdays at 8:30 a.m. and 6:00 p.m., and “Ceres Celestial Legends”, one of Yuu Watase’s anime classics that will depict love at the most unexpected circumstance will begin on September 8, Saturdays at 9:00 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Futuristic machine wars, “RahXephon” on the other hand will begin on September 26, everyday at 8:00 p.m.
Among Hero TV’s returning titles are “Persona”, “Eyeshield 21”, “Giant Killing”, “Sailor Moon R”, and “Code E” while the titles to watch out for on Hero Theatrixx are “Yugioh The Movie”, “Paprika” and “Metropolis” and their newest movie offers, “Yugioh 3D: Bonds Beyond Time” and “Toaru Kagaku no Railgun OVA”.
Hero TV will also have a special episode on the FACE OFF winners’ trip to the Singapore Toy, Game and Comic Convetion 2012 and a segment called “Dubber’s Cut” that will show the behind the scenes of the animes’ dubbing sessions. The third season of “My Hero Nation” is also on the roll, watch as your hosts Dino Imperial and Kakki Teodoro go regional.
For more information regarding airing schedules, please visit Hero TV’s official website at www.myheronation.com. Hero TV, the No. 1 anime cable channel in the country, is seen on Sky Cable Channel 44 and is available in over 200 cable operators nationwide.
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