Time to freak out, anime fans! Over 3,000 Japanese anime titles are going to be streamed on YouTube absolutely (and legally) for FREE!
Thirty of Japan’s top animation studios have come together to launch one YouTube channel where they will put episodes of shows, including all-time classics. The channel called AnimeLog has already amassed over 112K subscribers since its launch last week, starting off with titles like “Black Jack,” “Future Boy Conan,” “Astro Boy,” and more!
According to a report by Variety, they hope to have an impressive library of shows by 2022 and will work on putting English subtitles in all of them to make it all accessible to their international audience.
AnimeLog also has its own official Twitter page where it posts updates on new releases. Follow the account here.
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What are your favorite anime shows that you are hoping would be released on this channel? Sound off in the comments!
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