The WarnerMedia owned anime streaming platform has today announced the addition of some classic titles and new contenders their UK catalogue.
The wolfs of the future are not extinct as most humans believe. They’re hiding. They’re in human forms.
Wolf’s Rain has a rating of 8/10 on IMDb and first aired in 2003.
The anime will be available in the UK on Friday the 3rd of July and tells the story of the lone wolf Kiba searching for Lunar Flowers and a way to paradise.
Gundam G no Reconguista
A member of the Capital Guard, Bellri Zenam, captures an armoured battle suit while defending an orbital elevator from space pirates.
Gundam G no Reconguista has a rating of 5.2/10 on IMDb and first aired in 2019, with part two only available this year.
Gundam G no Reconguist will be available in the UK on Friday the 3rd and will explore the discoveries Bellri makes about those space pirates.
K – Return of Kings
K is a supernatural street gang anime in which battling youngsters are charged up by colour-aligned magics.
IMDb readers have given the original K a 7.2/10 rating and K – Return of Kings is the sequel.
K – Return of Kings also comes to the UK on Friday and picks up after the death of the Gold King, when the gangs begin to fear for the source of their power.
Previously on Netflix, Blood Lad is the story about a powerful vampire from the demon world. He’d rather play video games but finds himself promising to resurrect a young woman after she’s eaten by a plant, turns into a ghost and hangs around with him.
Blood Lad has a 7.1/10 rating on IMDb and the anime first aired in Japan in 2013.
The action-packed adventure will be available from Friday.
Tokyo Ghoul – Root A
Root A is a new chapter in the dark and violent Tokyo Ghoul series. It’s not for the faint of heart. The only way the ghouls can survive, after all, is to eat human flesh.
Tokyo Ghoul – Root A gets 7.7/10 on IMDb and first aired in 2015.
The anime also starts on Friday and picks off right after Tokyo Ghoul finished, with Ken Kaneki trying to keep his friends safe.
Air Master is the nickname given to a 16-year-old former gymnast who starts fighting for the thrill of it.
The show gets a 6.7/10 on IMDb, and the original anime dates all the way back to 2003.
It’s Tuesday the 30th of June that Air Master starts to stream and we’ll follow Air Master as she competes in the martial artist tournament “The Fukamichi Rankings”.
KiraKira ☆ Pretty Cure A La Mode
Ichika Usami wants to work in a patisserie but has no skill at baking at all. That’s until she meets a fairy called Pekorin who can detect “kirakiraru” in sweets, an element that makes them tasty.
The show isn’t ranked at IMDb, which is surprising. The series ran from 2017 to 2018 for a total of 49 episodes.
Ichika will battle those evil fairies who are trying to see the kirakiraru from Friday.
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