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Learn the Secret Behind Streaming Anime Faster than Ever Before

You know what the worst part about anime is? Waiting. It’s that feeling that somewhere over the ocean people are enjoying the next episode of the series that you’re still dying to catch. There are people out there checking out the newest shows you can’t yet get your hands on. How are you not flipping every desk like some kind of flip-bot in an IKEA store?! Settle your rage. Funimation is looking to sooth your anime FOMO starting this summer with a blockbuster list of titles turned around faster than ever before.

Funimation just released their Summer 2016 simulcast list of shows. That means you’ll be able to watch the best in action, comedy, and drama even sooner than before. This Summer, you will have 15 shows at your fingertips. D. Gray-man HALLOW continues this summer as Allen Walker continues his mission with the Black Order to protect mankind from the evil Millennium Earl and his deadly Akuma. Check out Tales of Zestiria the X and SERVAMP if you are looking for a little more action in your life. If you are looking for something out of this world, you can always try out Planetarian or fall in love with the boy that everyone hates (but really loves) with Handa-kun.

There’s more than magic at work here. Funimation has found a way to bring you your favorite anime ever faster thanks to their new broadcast dubbing process. They’ve managed to cut the process time in half, so that means you get more of what you want even faster.

So stop waiting and get started today. You can get a 14 day free trail of their All-Access Pass to see what you’re missing out on Funimation’s Streaming service. You may just find yourself spending the whole summer inside.

This post was sponsored by Funimation.

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