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Madman Waiting On Dub For ‘Samurai Flamenco’ Anime Release

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Samurai Flamenco
Samurai Flamenco

It’s been quite awhile since we last heard anything about the fall 2013 series Samurai Flamenco, which Aniplex USA has the rights to while Anime Limited has it in the UK and Madman Entertainment in Australia. The Madman folks had the question posed to them on Facebook since they picked up the release in December 2013 and had hoped to get it out in late 2014:

– Is Samurai Flamenco getting a DVD release or are we waiting on a Dub?

– Yes, we’re waiting on a dub at this stage, but we’ll let you know if that ever changes!

With the way the schedule has gone, and the series finishing its run at the end of the winter 2014 anime season, we’ll likely be hearing about the North American release soon and if the exchange is accurate, we’ll be hearing about a dub as well.

Plot concept: Masayoshi Hazama: a man who has become a superhero “by himself” with no superhuman powers or any sort of high-tech conversions, NONE!! Hidenori Goto: a cop who found out the true identity of “the superhero” by a strange twist of fate and thus constantly gets in trouble thanks to Hazama, the superhero. This is the story of the birth of a true hero featuring these two young men with a touch of comedy and serious drama, while they come face to face with hardships as they search for the true meaning of becoming a hero of justice in this world!

[Source: Facebook via WTK]

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