Crunchyroll to stream KONOSUBA -God’s blessing on this wonderful world! OVAs, Provide English Dub for Season 2

Streaming service Crunchyroll has announced plans to bring the OVAs for KONOSUBA -God’s blessing on this wonderful world! onto their platform. The news came from the KONOSUBA panel over at Anime Expo 2019 which began after the Crunchyroll Industry Panel.

The OVAs episodes are God’s Blessings on This Wonderful Choker! (Kono Subarashii Choukau ni Shukufuku o!) which was released in June 2016 after the airing of the first season, and God’s Blessings on This Wonderful Work Of Art! (Kono Subarashii Geijutsu ni Shukufuku wo!) which was released in June 2017 after the airing of the second season. These two episodes will be available on Crunchyroll starting 7th July with the dubbed version for the second OVA coming later. The OVAs were animated by Studio Deen.

In addition, the second season will also be dubbed into English. The first season’s English dub was made available back in January 2019. Like the OVAs there is currently no date at the time of this write-up.

Last but not least, they have also acquired the rights to release the 2019 theatrical film KonoSuba: God’s Blessing on this Wonderful World! Crimson Legend (Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo! Kurenai Densetsu). The film is scheduled to be released in Japanese theaters at the end of August 2019. Unlike the TV & OVAs, the film will be animated by J.C. Staff.

The streaming regions for the OVAs and Second Season English dub have been confirmed to be territories Worldwide except for Asia, Spain, Portugal, Australia, New Zealand; and German, French, Italian and Dutch Speaking Europe.

Sources: Crunchyroll, KONOSUBA Panel at Anime Expo 2019

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