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What (I Think) You Should Watch This Anime Season- Pt. 1

    In 2012, the list of anime that’s legally available you is staggering. What you can’t find on Crunchyroll, you can find on Hulu, Viz, or Funimation. In the fall lineup, there may be at least a 1/2 dozen anime you really want to watch, but do you have the time to see what’s […]

Halloween Anime Viewing: Shiki

If you’re dying for a horror-themed programming to watch once you’re done running wild on Halloween, you might want to jump on an anime called Shiki.

Shiki takes place in a small village. You know the type: a place where everyone knows basically everything about each other through gossip.

All is not well in this beautiful little village, because people have started to die under strange circumstances.

Our main characters, like the Doctor, Toshio Ozaki, and the brooding city boy, Natsumo Yuki, try to figure out just what is behind people dying day after day.

It may have something to do with the family who moving into the village late one night.

You will figure out the “mystery” way before our heroes do, and some of them are skeptical even when they do find out.

Is it scary? I guess that’s up to what gets you to jump out of your seat. What I will say is that Shiki is definitely creepy. Shiki is available on Hulu and Funimation.com

Hulu Has Lots of Anime to Offer

Apparently, Hulu Desktop is still in beta

Hulu's offering of anime.

It upsets me that I end up missing out on all the free & legal anime that’s out there. Funimation is probably the best at offering free streaming video of their titles, and Hulu plays them as well. With that in mind, I took a moment to see what I can get for the best price of all.

Here’s what’s new on Hulu:

Eden of the East

Blessing of the Campanella

Trigun

I’s

Girls Bravo

Nura: Rise of the Yokai Clan

My Bride is a Mermaid

Legend of the Legendary Heroes

Claymore

Sengoku Basra

Black Butler

Cross Game

Hero Tales

Strike Witches

Birdy the Mighty: Decode

Okamisan

Moyashimon

STOP!

There is so much more on Hulu than that. To be a bit more specific, there are 100+ titles you can watch through Hulu. I think that’s more than enough to fill any holes in your leisure time.