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Viewster Adds DNA^2 To Digital Library


dna-squared-visual-001-20161107Board up your doors and hide your loved ones. The Mega Playboy’s making his move!

Earlier today, Viewster announced that they added DNA^2 to their digital lineup. The series is currently available in the following regions:

  • United States
  • Canada
  • United Kingdom
  • Australia
  • Austria
  • Belgium
  • Denmark
  • France
  • Germany
  • Ireland
  • Italy
  • Luxembourg
  • The Netherlands
  • New Zealand
  • Norway
  • Poland
  • Portugal
  • Romania
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland

Viewers in the United States and Canada can access the series through this link. All other regions can access the show here.

DNA^2 is a 1994 co-production by Madhouse and Studio DEEN that adapts Masakazu Katsura’s (Video Girl Ai) manga of the same name. Viewster describes the series as follows:

Junta has a problem: He’s deathly allergic to girls! All this changes with the arrival of Karin, a gorgeous time-traveler who transforms him into the Mega-playboy, the sauciest girl-magnet around. Suddenly, Junta’s wildest dreams have come true, and all the prettiest girls in school have fallen in love with him. With so many adoring fans, mayhem is sure to follow, and Junta finds himself in the center of one hilarious romantic mishap after another.

Central Park Media originally released DNA^2 on DVD in 2003, under their U.S. Manga Corps label. The English dub features Jessica Calvello (Attack on Titan) as Karin, Liam O’Brien (Fate/Zero) as Junta, and Rachael Lillis (Revolutionary Girl Utena) as Ami.

Discotek announced that they rescued the show’s license in February 2014. Their release, which includes all twelve TV episodes plus the OVAs, will hit stores on June 24.

You can check out Central Park’s original trailer for the series below:

Source: Fandom Post

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