In the official representation of Twitter for the platform Funimation Four new titles have been released and will be available with subtitles in Spanish and Portuguese when the platform launches in Mexico and Brazil this December.

Tokyo ESP

The animated adaptation of the manga written and illustrated by Hajime Segawa, had twelve episodes and was produced by the studios Xebec Headed by Shigehito Takayanagi and scripts written by Hideyuki Kurata. The series originally premiered in Japan in July 2014.


Rinka Urushiba works part-time as a waitress to help her unemployed father. After all, his life in Tokyo is relatively normal, but his sense of normalcy fades when one day inexplicably he sees a flying penguin. As he chases him to the top of a building, he comes across more surprises, including Goldfish and another person, a classmate named Kyoutaro Azuma, who can see these strange things too. After Rinka passes out when a goldfish pierces her, she wakes an esper with the ability to guide her body through solid matter.

Arslan Senki

The animated adaptation of the light novels by Yoshiki Tanaka and illustrated by Yoshitaka Amano Y. Shinobu TannoA total of 25 episodes were produced by studios EYE FILMS In collaboration with Sanzigen, released April 2015. A second season of eight episodes premiered in July 2016.


The year is 320. Under the rule of the warring King Andragoras III. The Kingdom of Paris is at war with the neighboring Kingdom of Lusitania. Although the young prince is different from his father in many ways, it is the first time that he sets out to prove his worth on the battlefield. However, if the king is betrayed by one of his most trusted officers, the army of Paris will be decimated and the capital, Ecbatana, will be besieged. While the army is in ruins and the Lusitans are looking for his head, Arslan must flee. With a respected general by his side, Daryun, Arslan soon goes in search of allies to help him reclaim his homes.

Dimension W.

The animated adaptation of the manga written and illustrated by Yuuji iwahara had a total of twelve episodes and was produced by Studio 3Hz in collaboration with studios orange, Headed by Kanta Kamei and scripts written by Shoutarou suga. The series originally premiered in Japan in January 2016.


In the near future, humans have discovered a fourth dimension, the W dimension, and a supposedly infinite source of energy in it. To harness this profound new energy, mankind developed advanced "coils", devices that connect and use the power of the W dimension. However, by 2071, New Tesla Energy Corporation had monopolized the energy industry with coils. This soon leads to the illegal distribution of unofficial coils that begin to flood the markets.

Hai to Gensou no Grimgar

The animated adaptation of the light novels by Ao Juumonji and illustrated by Eiri Shirai, had a total of twelve episodes and was produced by the studios A-1 picturesunder the guidance and scripts of Ryosuke Nakamura. The series originally premiered in January 2016.


Fear, survival, instinct. You are thrown into an unknown land with hazy memories and only know his name. You can only feel these three emotions resounding deep within you. A group of strangers have no choice but to take on the only paid job in this playful world, the role of a soldier in the reserve army, and eliminate anything that threatens the peace in their new world. Grimgar.

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