Upcoming action anime reunites Gurren Lagann staffers; set to offer subtitles in five languages.
Japanese anime streaming website DAISUKI.net has announced on Wednesday that they are set to offer the upcoming action anime Kill la Kill starting on the first week of October.
The anime is set to air on Osaka-based MBS channel starting Thursday, October 03, at 26:05 (Friday, October 04, at 02:05am JST), and will be available on the website an hour later.
The online stream will be available worldwide, including Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and the Philippines. Notable exceptions are Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom, Ireland, Other Asian countries, France & some French-speaking areas, most likely due to licensing restrictions.
Ryuko Matoi is a vagrant school-girl searching for the truth behind her father’s death—the “woman with the scissor blade.” The journey has led Ryuko to Honnouji Academy. There, the student council president, Satuki Kiryuin, rules over the school along with an elite group of students who were granted superhuman powers by their “goku uniforms.” Ryuko confronts Satsuki who holds the secret to the “scissor blade,” but Ryuko is no match for Satsuki! Was their encounter a mere coincidence or fate? The clash between the two will soon consume the whole academy! (Synopsis provided by DAISUKI)
Kill la Kill reunites director Hiroyuki Imaishi, scriptwriter Kasuki Nakashima and acclaimed animator Sushio, who all worked for the highly-popular anime series Gurren Lagann. The anime is produced by Imaishi’s studio Trigger, and licensed by Aniplex of America last August.
DAISUKI is a Japanese anime streaming website launched in May, which offered various anime titles in subtitled-format in English & other languages. The site is currently offering titles like Mobile Suit Gundam series, Monogatari series (in selected territories), The Prince of Tennis (in selected territories), One Piece (in selected territories), Sword Art Online, and Puella Magi Madoka Magica. You may log on to http://www.daisuki.net for more details on the service.
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