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Friday, 07 August 2009 10:51

Anime NetworkAnime Network disappeared from UK screens quite a while back, but they're back, in the form of an online streaming service. The good news is that there's a good amount of content available, with some titles that haven't been released in the UK before, such as Nanaka 6/17, Diamond Daydreams and Nuku Nuku, amongst others. The bad news is that, although there is some content that's available for free to registered users, most of it is "premium" content - and getting at that requires a subscription, which is charged at £4.95 monthly, £13.95 quarterly or £51.95 annually. Depending on how much you watch, that may still work out cheaper than buying DVDs, though. For the full list of shows that are available at launch, read on...

AD Police
All Purpose Cultural Cat Girl Nuku Nuku Dash
Angelic Layer
Area 88
Azumanga Daioh
BASTof Syndrome
Chance Pop Session
Conduct Zero (live-action)
Cromartie High School
Diamond Daydreams
Divergence Eve Misaki Chronicles
Elfen Lied
Full Metal Panic!
Full Metal Panic? FUMOFFU!
GetBackers
Gilgamesh
Kino's Journey
Lady Death
Magical Shopping Arcade Abenobashi
Mahoromatic
Mazinkaiser
Megazone 23
Mezzo DSA
Magical Detective Loki Ragnarok
Nanaka 6/17
New Cutie Honey
New Fist of the North Star
Nurse Witch Komugi
Orphen
Panyo Panyo Di Gi Charat
Papuwa
Parasite Dolls
Princess Tutu
RahXephon (incl the Motion Picture)
Rune Soldier
Sakura Wars TV
Sin the Movie
The Place Promised in our Early Days
This Ugly Yet Beautiful World
Yugo the Negotiator
Yumeria


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