Demon Slayer Dub Available on Funimation December 8

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“DEMON SLAYER: KIMETSU NO YAIBA” ENGLISH DUB
COMING TO FUNIMATION DECEMBER 8

Funimation Has the Dub and Sub of the Epic Story of Tanjiro and the Demon Slayers to Delight Fans

Culver City, CA (December 7, 2020)  Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba and its hero Tanjiro Kamado have captured the hearts of anime fans around the globe. Funimation, the leading distributor of anime globally, announced today the English dub of the popular series will be available on its streaming service starting December 8. For fans eager to relive all the action, Funimation currently has all 26 subbed episodes of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba on its streaming service. Whether you love the dub or the sub, you won’t want to miss the thrilling and heartbreaking tale of revenge and demons!

 

Aniplex of America’s Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba burst on the scene in 2019, marshaling a legion of fans with its epic tale of a slaughtered family; protagonist seeking revenge; and plethora of demons to fight along the way. In the series, bloodthirsty demons lurk in the woods and nobody dares to venture out at night, save for the demon slayers of legend. Surviving in this harsh world, young Tanjiro takes it upon himself to protect his family until the day that everything is taken from him in a vicious slaughter. Now, all he has left is his sister, and she’s not even human anymore.

 

Funimation and Aniplex of America are bringing Demon Slayer -Kimetsu no Yaiba- The Movie: Mugen Train to theaters in early 2021. The film, which has broken box office records and earned more than $264 million in Japan, is based on the manga and follows the events of Episode 26. In it, Tanjiro, Nezuko, Inosuke, and Zenitsu board a train that they quickly learn isn’t quite as it seems. With help from Rengoku, the Flame Hashira, they sense a demon presence on board, and it’s up to the group to protect the train’s passengers and survive their trip.

 

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Funimation distributes the best anime to a passionate, global community of fans. For more than 25 years, Funimation has pioneered an omnichannel approach to engaging and entertaining millions where they want it most—streaming, home entertainment, theatrical, e-commerce, merchandising, live events, and more.

 

Funimation’s streaming service offers a growing catalog of more than 700 anime series and 13,000+ hours of content available on 15 platforms in 49 countries. Funimation’s theatrical arm has distributed six of the top 20 anime films in the U.S., and its collectibles unit creates must-have, exclusive home video and merchandise. As pioneers of the SimulDub™, Funimation is the gold standard for foreign language dubbing of Japanese anime with the highest quality and fidelity to the artists’ visions. With a fan-centric approach, Funimation has built a social community of tens of millions of followers and earned the trust of Japan’s most iconic creators.

 

Funimation has nine offices in six countries and hundreds of employees worldwide. The company is an independently operated joint venture between U.S.-based Sony Pictures Entertainment and Japan’s Aniplex Inc., a subsidiary of Sony Music Entertainment (Japan) Inc.

 

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