‘Naruto’ Anime Now Partially Available on AnimeLab

Madman has put a large sample of the popular Naruto anime on their AnimeLab streaming service. The first 26 episodes are now available with English subtitles. The first volume of Masashi Kishimoto’s original manga was first sold in Japan on March 3, 2000, with volume 72, the final volume, being released on February 4, 2015. More than 130 million copies of the manga are in circulation in Japa...

Madman’s Twelve Days of Christmas Announcements – Day 9

On the ninth day of Christmas, Madman was quick to announce the license to the upcoming second season of Kamisama Kiss before any other international anime distributor had the chance. AnimeLab will be simulcasting the series, currently scheduled to begin airing on January 5, 2015, with a home video release to follow. As with the first season, the music will be composed by Toshio Masuda, also known...

Madman’s Twelve Days of Christmas Announcements – Days 1-7

Madman Entertainment is now more than half way through its twelve days of Christmas announcements for 2014. Below are the announcements that have been made so far. On the first day of Christmas, Dragon Ball Z Tamashii Buddies were made available for purchase. On the second day of Christmas, a selection of Banpresto and Megahouse collectibles were made available for pre-order. On the third day of C...

More Than a Dozen Shows Added to AnimeLab

  Australian anime fans are going to have a lot less time on their hands thanks to Madman and its online streaming service AnimeLab. A total of thirteen anime, both currently airing as well as older series, have been added to its already-exhaustive catalogue. The latest crop of additions have something for everyone with sci-fi detective thriller Psycho-Pass II (see what we thought of the orig...

Angels Beats is Now Showing on AnimeLab

First published by Siren Visual, Angel Beats! has now joined Madman’s AnimeLab streaming service in a continuing sign of partnership between the two Australian anime distributors. All 14 episodes are viewable from the get-go in both subbed and dubbed iterations. Animated by P.A. Works, Angel Beats! is an original anime project by Key, the makers of the hit visual novel-turned anime Clannad. ...

Siren Visual Given a Piggyback on Madman’s AnimeLab

  Australian anime distributors Madman and Siren Visual have joined forces to offer more content for users of the streaming website AnimeLab. The move offers some much-needed exposure to Siren Visual’s discreet yet quality lineup of anime. Starting with the hilarious The Devil is a Part-Timer which is now screening in both subbed and dubbed iterations, Siren’s catalogue will be ad...

Fairy Tail is Now Streaming on AnimeLab

Madman has begun streaming popular shonen anime series Fairy Tail on its AnimeLab website, launched only recently for Aussie anime fans. Currently, the first season of 48 episodes is viewable on AnimeLab as a subtitled release. Lucy is a 17-year-old girl, who wants to be a full-fledged mage. One day when visiting Harujion Town, she meets Natsu, a young man who gets sick easily by any type of trans...

Madman’s ‘AnimeLab’ storms Supanova

Madman Entertainment’s recently launched AnimeLab streaming service has really made an impact and at Supanova Sydney 2014, Madman brought AnimeLab to the people and it blew their minds! The AnimeLab screening room was set up across the weekend and was the host of a plethora of incredible anime series, the likes of which some had not even seen before. It was an incredible sight to see and the...

Shinichiro Watanabe’s ‘Terror in Resonance’ trailer and premiere date

Ahead of it’s planned Summer 2014 broadcast a brand new trailer for Shinichiro Watanabe’s latest anime series Terror in Resonance has been released. The series has also received a confirmed premiere date of July 6th, 2014. The series is set to premiere in Australia at Oz Comic-Con in Melbourne along side its global premiere at the Japan Expo in Paris, France and at Anime Expo in the Un...

Madman Entertainment Unveils “AnimeLab”

Madman Entertainment – one of the leading Australian anime and manga distributors – is, once again, changing the way in which they deliver Japanese pop culture to the citizens of this great country. Yes, it is all good and well to purchase anime from Madman, heck, they even gave it to us for free through their “Madman Screening Room”, but now they’re taking their anim...

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