My Hero Academia and more July animes in the Funimation catalog | Applications and Software

THE Funimation started to publicize the season’s inclusions in its catalog and the Techblog also starts to follow up to pass on the news – among them the most recent season of My Hero Academy, on display from July. In total, there are more than 15 titles, including unpublished and sequels. See below and plan to not miss any premieres of the summer season:

My Hero Academia stands out in July on Funimation (Image: Disclosure/Funimation)

Funimation catalog in July

The so-called summer season has this name because it refers to the current season of the year in Japan, even though, in Brazil, we are in autumn, in the same way that it occurs in the competitor platform, Crunchyroll.

Also follow releases that arrive on Amazon Prime Video, Disney+, Netflix and GloboPlay every month, here on Techblog.

New animes on Funimation

See what is already available on the platform since July 1, 2021, with premieres on different dates:

  • My Hero Academia Season 5 (with Portuguese subtitles and audio) – Endeavor is reluctant, but ends up welcoming the students who are under its protection. Meanwhile, All For One’s bodyguard puts the League of Villains in their place. But before they recover, a sinister organization emerges to destroy the League.
  • The Case Study of Vanitas – A cautious young vampire joins efforts with an enigmatic doctor. Your mission? Discover the cure for all vampires.
  • How a Realist Hero Rebuilt the Kingdom – Kazuya Souma is crowned king in a fantasy world and plans to improve the conditions of his reign with an administrative reform. Yes that’s right!
  • The Dungeon of Black Company – Kinji doesn’t care about working and does his best to stay away from any trade. All is well until he finds himself in debt in a completely new world. Living under the rules of a demonic mining company, will he be able to get rid of this robbery?
  • sonny boy – Nagara High School mysteriously ends up in another dimension, and its students develop strange powers and new forms of rivalry. Will they be able to survive this hostile environment and support each other?
  • Scarlet Nexus – Saved by the “Other Suppression Force” when he was a child and armed with special abilities, Yuito enlists in an elite group formed especially to fight Earth’s enemies. The prodigy Kasane is also chosen for her abilities. Kasane’s strange and recurring dreams end up dragging the two protagonists towards an inevitable fate.
  • The Honor at Magic High School – Newly arrived at Magic High School, Miyuki is a good student and dreams of enjoying school in the company of her older brother, Tatsuya, a little dedicated student. But a rift between the two classes could derail their plans. Everything suggests that Miyuki will shine a lot.
  • Higurashi: When They Cry – SOTSU – New to the neighborhood, Keiichi Maebara is adjusting to life in the quiet village of Hinamizawa. He arrived in time for the big festival of the year and has easily befriended the girls at high school. But something in this isolated village doesn’t seem right, and Keiichi suspects that this small community is hiding dark secrets.
  • RE-MAIN – Produced by the acclaimed studio MAPPA, RE-MAIN delves into the world of water polo. The protagonist, Minato Kiyomizu, an ace in the sport, leaves the sport after suffering an accident. Now, attending high school, he is facing polo again, joining a team that faces a series of setbacks.
  • Life Lessons with Uramichi Oniisan – The story follows the journey of Uramichi Omota, a 31-year-old man who seems to have a split personality. Uramichi works with physical activity and appears to be a lively person. But, outside the field of vision, what can be seen is a disillusioned and disillusioned millennium with adult life. As the plot unfolds, the series explores the imperfections of this stage of life.
  • The Duke of Death and His Maid – Due to a curse suffered in childhood, everything Duke lays his hands on dies. But he has the company of his maid to help him.
  • Kageki Shojo!! – The young students of the Kouka Kageki School of Music and Performing Arts are preparing to join a renowned and traditional theater group, called the Kouka Acting Troupe, formed only by women. From school time, through the stages, to other phases of life, these young people are able to face any challenge, thanks to their passion for theatre.
  • Kingdom Season 3 – An unnamed boy and a young king grew up in a nation plagued by war. The boy has proven his courage countless times on the battlefield, and although he and the king have their differences, they end up making good companions.
  • Blue Reflection Ray – Together, a couple of friends, somewhat unusual, will use their powers to help solve emotional problems and protect the “Fragments” of people’s hearts.
  • The Stranger by the Shore – Shun Hashimoto is a lonely boy until the day he meets Mio Chibana. They fall in love. But soon after the encounter, Mio travels far away. Years later, he returns and finally declares himself. Is it possible, however, that Shun still has the same feelings for Mio?

So, which anime will you watch first? See also the trailer of the season:

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