Anime fans rejoice all over the world! Many more Anime English dubs are coming starting from today on Funimation. The announcement came via a tweet. Have a look at it and bookmark which you have been waiting for ages.
That’s a lot of dubs for the next couple of days. With so many dubs coming up, there is bound to be excitement doubled up by the weekend being Valentine’s week. The anime schedule will help in deciding which one to watch. Summarizing the dub schedule, check below
Upcoming Anime Schedule:
Saturday, 13 February:
- Horimiya Episode 2
- Sk8 the Infinity Episode 2
- The Day I Became a God Episode 11
- Gymnastics Samurai Episode 7
- Warlords of Sigrdrifa Episode 11
- The Irregular at Magic High School S2 Episode 13 (FINALE)
Sunday, 14 February:
- Black Clover Episode 145
- Attack on Titan Episode 6
Monday, 15 February:
- Golden Kamuy S3 Episode 9
Tuesday, 16 February:
- That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Season 2 Dub Episode 1 (PREMIERE)
Wednesday, 17 February:
- Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear Episode 5 (5 STRAIGHT WEEKS!)
- Our Last Crusade or Rise of the New World Episode 11
With Attack On Titan Season 4, Episode 10 also lined up for 14/15 February. Episode 6 dub version is airing on Monday, the 2nd weekend of February is completely packed now. Fans are speculating that there are more Funimation dub announcements coming up. Not to forget, the Crunchyroll dubs are also getting ready to premiere in the next few weeks.
Golden Kamuy Season 2 Episode 9 streaming on Monday, February 15 will be a deviation from the initial planned bi/tri-weekly dub. Now it has become more weekly.
Fans are typically looking forward to That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Season 2 dub news. Episode 1 of Season 2 premiered on January 12, 2021, on Tokyo MX, BS11, tvk, and MBS networks in Japan.
That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Season 2 dub was initially planned to air on Funimation as part of the Fall 2020 anime calendar. 2020 has not been a normal year for anyone. Normally, Funimation’s simuldubs get a date to air a couple of weeks behind the subbed version. However, the pandemic forced unforeseen delays. It meant 2020 anime dubs got slower.
But with the dates now announced, get ready!