From Dubbletalk to geeky sundries, Funimation’s taking their act online. Er… again.
Earlier today, Funimation announced that they will collaborate with online broadcaster Geek & Sundry to produce a new anime-based show. The new show, titled Anime Gateways, aims to introduce fans into the world of anime by offering show recommendations to fans of popular TV shows, comic books, and video games. According to Funimation, the series will explain how anime and pop culture relate in a “fun and humorous way.”
We're happy to announce that Funimation will be working @GeekandSundry on a new original anime-based show! pic.twitter.com/onSSHXo65w
— Funimation (@FUNimation) July 3, 2016
Geek & Sundry is a commercial YouTube production company and channel. The organization, which was founded in 2011 by Felicia Day, Kim Evey, Sheri Bryant, currently reaches 1.39 million subscribers.
Geek & Sundry’s shows often focus on specific elements of geek culture, from TableTop (tabletop games, hosted by Wil Wheaton and Felicia Day, Tabletop Games), to Co-Optitude (classic video games, hosted by Felicia Day) and Sword & Laser (Hosts: Veronica Belmont and Tom Merritt, Sci-Fi & Fantasy).
The channel also promotes scripted content, including 2013 web series Outlands, 2014’s Caper, and the ongoing LARPs.