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Occultic;Nine Episodes Return to Crunchyroll & Daisuki


occultic-nine-anime-visual-002-20161001In the words of a great professor: “Good news, everyone!”

Yesterday, streaming service Daisuki announced that they’ve resumed streaming catalog episodes of the Occultic;Nine anime series. The first two episodes, which were removed on Friday, have been re-added to the service. Crunchyroll also began streaming the episodes on their digital platform.

Both services pulled the episodes due to “a decision by the production committee.” At the time, Crunchyroll noted that the episodes would return “at a later date.”

Occultic;Nine is based on a light novel series by MAGES. head Chiyomaru Shikura (Steins;Gate). Kyōhei Ishiguro (Your Lie in April, Lance ‘n’ Masques) is directing the project at A-1 Pictures, with Tomoaki Takase (Saekano: How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend) providing character designs. Studio Mages (Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness, B-PROJECT) is in charge of series composition. Aniplex is producing the project.

J-Novel Club currently holds the digital license for the original light novel. Aniplex of America holds the domestic rights to the anime, which they describe as:

The multitude of small, miniscule “discomfort” later develops into a case so large it is beyond imagination…

Yuta Gamon is a 2nd year in high school. He runs “Kiri Kiri Basara,” an affiliate blog that rounds up occult forum posts, for a shot at quick money, and challenges himself to the occult night and day to “hack and slash away!” the many supernatural phenomena existing in the world from a scientific standpoint.

However, with that blog of his as a catalyst, a group of downright maniacal and insane comrades have gathered about.

Source: Twitter (daisuki_net)

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