Alright, we’ve all had some fun today, but all good things must come to an end… and today that harbinger of bad news comes from Sentai Filmworks who revealed over the weekend on Google+ that the simulcast of hotly anticipated series Anonymous Noise will be exclusive to Anime Strike, Amazon’s new streaming anime channel. The news came hot on the heels of the première of the series at Anime Boston this past weekend.
Sadly, Sentai Filmworks might have stuck their foot into a rabbit hole this time as anime fans have been lamenting over the last few months that their dollars can only stretch so far and paying for yet another anime subscription is just too much to ask of them (I openly admit that I am one of them). What will this mean for the future of this series? Only time will tell.
Based off the manga of the same name, Sentai describes the musical plot as:
Blessed with a beautiful voice, Nino only sings for one reason: to be found. Nino finds herself looking for two boys who left her without reason, Momo and Yuzu. By chance, all three of them end up in the same high school, and Nino discovers that her singing isn’t in vain. As they rediscover their bonds, the group realizes that time changes many things, and sometimes certain things can’t be repaired.
Source: Google+ (Sentai Filmworks)