FUNimation Streams Baka and Test and Dance in the Vampire Bund
Within days of their Japanese television debut, FUNimation has begun streaming Baka and Test and Dance in the Vampire Bund. Better yet, they’re offering a high quality stream and the original Japanese dialogue accompanied by English subtitles. What can I say? This should definitely be fan-boy approved!
Here are synopses from pr:
“Baka and Test -- Summon the Beasts” is a 13 episode series produced by Silver Lake and directed by Shin Oonuma (Pani Poni Dash, Negima! OVA’s) and adapted from the light novel series written by Kenju Inoue and illustrated by Yui Haga.
About Baka and Test -- Summon the Beasts
Fumizuki Academy’s students can summon Avatars, pint-sized versions of themselves that battle using special powers. The students are grouped by skill level, and those in Class A are the brightest. Then there’s Akihisa Yoshii’s group – lowly Class F. They’re the worst on campus, and they’re about to take on the school’s best.
“Dance in the Vampire Bund” is a 12 episode series produced by the Japanese studio SHAFT and directed by Masahiro Sonada (Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood) and based on the manga by Nozomu Tamaki.
About Dance in the Vampire Bund
When Mina Tepes – queen of the vampires – suddenly appears in Japan to establish a colony for her blood-sucking brethren, Akira Kaburagi’s world will never be the same. As a boy, Akira vowed to serve the ruler of the night, and now he must fulfill his destiny by protecting Mina from those who would dethrone her!
I haven’t sat down with either yet. But the artwork for Dance in the Vampire Bund is damn sexy!
If you wish to download, FUNimation is charging $1.99 per episode.