Fans of anime who own a console will soon be getting yet another way to view their favorite shows. VIZ Media, which is one of the biggest distributors of not only anime, but manga and graphic novels, will soon be launching a 24-hour anime channel dubbed Neon Alley this fall on one of the major gaming consoles.

This new channel will feature anime that’s “a mix of action, adventure, science fiction, supernatural, fantasy, and horror.” All the shows will be uncut, dubbed in English, and most (but not all) will be in glorious HD. They will have the English dubbed premieres of titles like Tiger & Bunny, Inuyasha – The Final Act, Zetman and more.

Neon Alley will also be showing favorites like Naruto, Vampire Knight, Death Note, and Kekkaishi. And fans can also expect anime movies like the recent Berserk: The Gold Age Arc 1, Bleach the Movie, and Naruto Shippuden the Movie. There will also be original content in the form of news and behind-the-scenes access.

The service will require a monthly subscription which starts at $6.99 per month, and it will still include some limited commercial ads. As previously stated, which platform Neon Alley will debut on is still unknown, but until then you can register on the site to receive the latest updates on the service.

Source: Neon Alley via IGN

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