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Viewster streams 18 Funimation anime titles

Viewster streams 18 Funimation anime titles

Written by Ross Locksley on 24 Oct 2013



Online streaming service Viewster.com has obtained licenses to a slew of excellent titles from Funimation. The site is free-to-view and relies on advertising for revenue, but it's unobtrusive and the titles are well worth an oggle.

Of particular note is the little-seen Is This a Zombie?! Episode 13, which aired mid-season and was missed by many.

Here's the full list:

Titles available to the UK:

Armitage III (4) GB, US
Dance In The Vampire Bund (12) GB, US
Deadman Wonderland (12) GB, US
El Cazador De La Bruja (26) GB, US
FLCL (6) GB, US
Girls Bravo (24) GB, US
Hellsing (13) GB, US
Is This A Zombie? (13) GB, US
Ouran High School Host Club (26) GB, US
Shuffle! (24) GB, US
Strike Witches (12) S2 GB, US

Sadly some series are US only, but this may change - details for our US friends below:

Strike Witches (12) S1 US
Trigun (26) US
Vandread (26) US
Samurai Champloo (26) US
Seins Gate (24) US
Black Butler (25) US
Casshern Sins (24) US
C-Control (11) US


Ross Locksley
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Ross founded the UK Anime Network waaay back in 1995 and works in and around the anime world in his spare time.


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