After originally having it on Hulu as part of the simulcast run, Funimation has now brought Brothers Conflict on the service using the updated home video release materials and the subtitle track for it. The streaming only includes the TV series proper itself, so there’s incentive to go and check out the recent home video release. Those that subscribe to Hulu can watch this show on their TV and mobile devices.
FUNimation picked up the home video rights to the TV series back in November 2014 and had planned then for a fall 2015 release, which fell through but was recently rescheduled and released on March 8th, 2016 in both regular and limited edition form. On-disc extras include some episode commentaries and the clean versions of the opening and closing sequences. Check out our review of the series here.
Plot concept: As the only daughter of a famous adventurer, Hinata Ema has had a pretty lonely life. But when her father remarries, she leaves the newlyweds alone and moves in to a huge building with her 13 cute new stepbrothers—each of which has a very unique personality. Oh, and her over-protective, talking pet squirrel is there, too. Is love in the air for Hinata?