Funimation, the popular west anime streaming service, has announced to stream the upcoming original TV anime Fairy Gone in sub and dub.
We’ve covered the news on Fairy Gone original TV anime announcement and its premiere date. According to the source, the first two episodes will be aired at a screening at TOHO Cinemas Hibiya on April 6, 2019. The regular broadcast will begin from April 8, 2019. The show is an original work and Kenichi Suzuki, the person behind Cells at Work!, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders, Drifters, will be officially directing the anime along with Ao Jūmonji who will be in charge of supervising and writing the script.
Fairy Gone to be Streamed in Sub and Dub
The anime is coming to the popular anime streaming service, Funimation via FunimationNow.
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Get ready to transform everything you think you know about ????♂️. Fairy gone comes to FunimationNow, subbed and dubbed!
Catch Episode 1 Simulcast tomorrow at 11am CT & SimulDub on 4/28 at 3pm CT.
In case you missed the news here’s a basic story overview of the anime according to MAL,
“Once upon a time, fairies were tools of war.”
The story takes place in a world where fairies possess and dwell in animals, giving them mysterious abilities. By removing the organs of a possessed animal and transplanting them into humans, fairies can be summoned as an alter ego and be used as a weapon. Such individuals who used fairies as war tools were called “Fairy Soldiers.” Once the war was over and they completed their roles, the soldiers lost their purpose. Some began working for the government, some joined the mafia, and some even became terrorists, as each chose their own way to live.
Nine years have passed since the war. The protagonist Mariya is a new recruit of “Dorothea,” an organization which investigates and suppresses fairy-related crimes. Amidst the unstable political situation, criminals with lingering wounds from the war and past conflicts emerge and engage in terrorism as an act of revenge. This is the story of Fairy Soldiers, fighting for their own justice in a chaotic postwar world.
You can check more details on Staff and Cast from our article. The show will be directed by Kenichi Suzuki which makes the show worth looking forward to. Are you excited for Fairy Gone?