All posts tagged: Free! Eternal Summer

Madman Announces A Bunch Of Anime Because It’s Christmas

As part of their annual 12 Announcments of Christmas, Madman Entertainment have unveiled a slew of new anime titles that they have acquired for distribution in Australia and New Zealand. This list is sure to grow as we head towards Christmas but as of now the following titles have been announced by Madman: 1. One Week Friends – To Be Streamed on AnimeLab, 2015 Home Video Release. 2. Free! Eternal Summer – To Be Streamed on AnimeLab, TBD Home Video Release. 3. In Search of The Lost Future – No Release Details Confirmed As of Yet. 4. Wanna Be The Strongest In The World – Coming to AnimeLab in 2015, Home Video Release to Follow. 5. NO-RIN – To Be Streamed on AnimeLab, 2015 Home Video Release. 6. A Good Librarian Like A Good Shepherd – Coming to AnimeLab in 2015, Home Video Release to Follow. This is an impressive list to say the very least and there is more to come. Stay tuned for further updates as Madman continues to announce more anime acquisitions …

FUNimation Wraps Up Free! Eternal Summer Dub Cast Announcement Week

  Admittedly it’s a bit of a mouthful, but the title says it all. FUNimation has, over the past week, been systematically announcing the voice actors who will bring an English voice to the colourful cast of Free! Eternal Summer. So, without further ado, here they are: Seijuro Mikoshiba: Robert McCollum Miho Amakata: Caitlin Glass Goro Sasabe: Christopher R. Sabat Takuya Uozumi: Clifford Chapin Kazuteru Minami: Micah Solusod ADR Director: Jerry Jewell ADR Engineers: Alyssa Galindo/ Kenneth Thompson Adapted Scriptwriter: J. Michael Tatum -30-

FUNimation Begins Announcing Free! Eternal Summer Cast

Having licensed the second season of the aqua-centric Free!, FUNimation has begun their systematic announcement of the English cast. Rather than providing a list of names immediately, the company has decided to reveal one cast member a day from November 10th-November 16th. As such, the following list will continue to grow until week’s end. Rei: J. Michael Tatum For those who may be wondering how they could’ve missed the English dub of the first season, what with the announcement of Season 2 and all, allow me to shed some light on your quandary: There isn’t one. Due to some apparent licensing conflicts, that are well above my pay grade, Season 1 of Free! has yet to receive the dub treatment. Whether it will or not is still up in the air, so all you can really do is sit back and enjoy your Eternal Summer. -30-

Sydney, Australia Shown In “Free! Eternal Summer” Ending Sequence

You know, reader, us Sydney (Australia) citizens have a lot to be proud of: We live in a beautiful city with some amazing sights to see and some lovely people to meet but now, well…now we’ve got a connection to the Anime ‘Free!’ and that basically outdoes everything I just described. I’m going to go ahead and assume that if you’re reading this than you know exactly what ‘Free!’ is…right? Well, ok, for those of you who are unaware of one of the Anime world’s biggest contemporary series’; ‘Free!’ is an Anime about swimming…yep, that’s pretty much it. The series features a cast of quirky characters, all of which have their own reasons as to why they love swimming and when I say ‘love’ swimming, I mean ‘love‘ swimming. You get it? ‘Free! Eternal Summer’ is the second series of the Anime and it happens to feature an ending sequence populated by images of the main cast enjoying a bit of time out of the pool. The sublime thing about the ‘Free!’ ending is that …