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Earlier today, Crunchyroll announced that a pair of anime films will join the company’s streaming library. Fist of the North Star: The Movie and Jin Roh: The Wolf Brigade are currently available for members in North America and Canada. Both films are offered in dubbed and subtitled formats.
Fist of the North Star: The Movie is a 1986 film based on the manga of the same name. The title was directed by Toyoo Ashida (Vampire Hunter D) at Toei Animation and Studio Live. Masami Suda (Speed Racer X, Yo-Kai Watch) provided character designs, while Susumu Takaku (Gegege no Kitarō) wrote the screenplay.
Crunchyroll describes the film as follows:
In the near future, Earth has been devastated by a nuclear hell. In these troubled times, kinetic martial arts have replaced weapons of mass destruction, and the legendary Fist of the North Star style may then be the only hope for humanity’s survival. Ken, the rightful master of Fist of the North Star, is forced to fight old friends gone mad, wicked new enemies, and even comes face to face with his power hungry elder brothers. All this in the hope that he will someday be reunited with his beloved Julia.
Jin Roh: The Wolf Brigade is a 1999 film that adapts part of Mamoru Oshii’s Kerberos Saga manga. The film was directed by Hiroyuki Okiura at Production I.G., with character designs by Tetsuya Nishio (Naruto, The Sky Crawlers). Mamoru Oshii wrote the script.
Crunchyroll describes the title as follows:
In a very different Tokyo from the one we know today, the totalitarian government rules with an iron fist. But a group called “the Sect” is staging demonstrations and challenging the government’s martial law. Constable Fuse of the Capital Police’s Special Unit is on a mission to stop a Sect demonstration when he encounters a girl in the sewers under Tokyo. When he fails to shoot as ordered, he is put on trial, questioned, and “re-conditioned” as a soldier. The dead girl haunts him, both in his dreams and in the face of her sister, whom Fuse has befriended. But Fuse has made himself a target for some very powerful men. And as the world comes crashing down around him, Fuse is continually challenged to decide what is real and what is right.