Funimation Autumn 2021 Anime Simulcast Line-up Adds Sunrise Beyond’s AMAIM Warrior at the Borderline, Silver Link’s Deep Insanity THE LOST CHILD & More

More anime shows from the Autumn 2021 season have been announced to stream on Funimation’s platform as part of their simulcast line-up.

Each series will stream for the United Kingdom, Ireland, United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand territories, as well as Mexico, Brazil, Chile, Peru and Colombia. The latter five currently do not have dates.

The four anime shows will be available in Japanese audio with English subtitles.

You can view the first and second batch of anime also simulcasting on Funimation here and here. All three write-ups will be updated to include show page links and simulcast times when available.

AMAIM Warrior at the Borderline (Kyoukai Senki)

From 4th Oct, New Episodes every Monday at 6:30pm BST

An original anime series by studio Sunrise Beyond (Xebec) and directed by Nobuyoshi Habara.

“This sci-fi fantasy series follows Shiiba Amou, a young boy who loves machines. When he meets an A.I. named I-LeS Gai, Amou is thrown into a battle to take back Japan from the oppression of four trade factions.
Plot Synopsis via Funimation

Deep Insanity THE LOST CHILD

A multi-media project that consists of an original anime by studio Silver Link, as well as a manga series written by Norimitsu Kaihō and Makoto Fukami and a video game developed by Square Enix.

“Deep Insanity THE LOST CHILD follows the aftermath of a mysterious illness that slips the people of Antarctica into a coma. The series focuses in on protagonist Shigure Daniel Kai, who is immune to the illness and drives himself further into the city’s abyss to find a cure.”
Plot Synopsis via Funimation

PuraOre! ~Pride of Orange~

From 6th Oct, New Episodes every Wednesday at 4:00pm BST

A multi-media project that consists of an original anime by studio C2C and a mobile game developed by DMM Games.

“This sports anime is set in Nikko City, Tochigi Prefecture, and follows a team of girls as they aim for the top in the sport of ice hockey. It’s about team-building, friendship and competition!”
Plot Synopsis via Funimation

Tesla Note

From 3rd Oct, New Episodes every Sunday at 3:30pm BST

Based on the manga series written by Masafumi Nishida and Tadayoshi Kubo, the anime adaptation is animated by studio Gambit.

“Botan Negoro is not your average high school girl – she’s been trained to be an elite government agent since she was young. She’s also an expert on the “Tesla Shards”, which appear throughout the world to cause supernatural chaos. Her mission is to retrieve these shards, and to do so she teams up with the smarmy, self-proclaimed top agent Kuruma. But this is no easy mission, even for an elite team… An all-new action manga from the writer of Tiger and Bunny!”
Plot Synopsis via Kodansha Comics

And also included to the simulcast line-up as part of the distributor’s partnership with Bilibili:

Drowning Sorrows in Raging Fire (Lie Huo Jiao Chou)

From 7th Oct, New Episodes every Thursday at 4:00am BST

Based on the web novel series written by Priest, the Chinese donghua adaptation is animated by studio Shenying Animation.

“This supernatural action drama takes us inside an organization that deals with all things paranormal, and what happens when new recruit Xuan Ji is brought together with an ancient awakened emperor, Sheng Lingyuan.”
Plot Synopsis via Funimation

Source: Funimation Blog (May be geo-stricted for non-UK/IE/US/CA users)


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