Anime Consortium Japan Adds ‘The Disappearance of Nagato Yuki-chan’ and ‘Triage X’

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Anime Consortium Japan has added two titles that are currently airing this season on Japanese television: The Disappearance of Nagato Yuki-chan and Triage X.

These shows will be only be available in the United States of America and Canada. The first episodes of The Disappearance of Nagato Yuki-chan and Triage X will premiere on May 11, 2015 at 11:00 JST, with episodes from both series following every other Monday. People who are interested in either of these series and are living in the aforementioned regions can watch them on Daisuki with English subtitles, and in 1080p HD for anyone with a Daisuki ID.

Daisuki provided a synopsis for The Disappearance of Nagato Yuki chan:

The heroine this time is the “disappeared” Nagato!?

Nagato…falls in love for the first time.

The heroine this time is the “disappeared” Nagato!?

The popular manga by Puyo (The Melancholy of Suzumiya Haruhi-chan) is at last an anime!!

Nagato…falls in love for the first time.

This is…. a story about Yuki Nagato, a rather shy but ordinary girl.

Yuki Nagato, an ordinary high school student belonging to the literature club at North High, is a shy girl who has secret feelings for Kyon, also a member of the club. With the help of her best friend, Ryoko Asakura, she scrambles to hold a Christmas party at the clubroom, but…..!?

They also provided a synopsis for Triage X:

There is a secret organization whose purpose is to sort or “triage” the evils in the world that cannot be brought to justice!  The evils are classified as malignant tumors and are removed from this world and shrouded in darkness.

That secret organization is called “Black Label”.

Arashi Mikami, a 17-year old high school student, rises against great evil as a member of Black Label.

The story is an account of the selections, determination and battle of a killer who’s only a high school boy.

From November 2014 to September 2017, this author covered as much anime news as possible, and published several dozen reviews of anime and Cartoon Network titles thanks primarily to Madman and Hanabee.

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