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TubiTV Adds “Aria” Anime Titles, More D.Gray-man


Now, you can catch up with the Aria Company’s laid-back life before Aria the Avvenire makes its way west!

Yesterday, streaming provider TubiTV added four entries in the Aria anime franchise to their lineup. The company added the following:

  • Aria the Animation
  • Aria the Natural (Episodes 1-23)
  • Aria the Arietta (OVA)
  • Aria the Origination

In addition, the platform added D.Gray-man HALLOW episodes 27-51. All titles are available in subtitled format.

Aria the Animation adapts Kozue Amano’s Aria manga. The 2005 series was helmed by Junichi Sato (Kaleido Star, Slayers Premium), who also handled series composition for the project at Hal Film Maker. Makoto Koga (Bludgeoning Angel Dokuro-chan, Macross 7 the Movie: The Galaxy’s Calling Me!) provided character designs for the series.

Right Stuf describes Aria the Animation as:

In the early 24th century, Mars has been terraformed by mankind into a sparkling planet covered in water. Akari Mizunashi, at the age of 15, has left everything behind to travel to that reborn world, now known as Aqua. More than anything, Akari wants to be an “undine” – a female gondolier who navigates the canals of the Aquan city of Neo-Venezia. As she begins her training with the prestigious Aria Company, will she be up to the challenges that await her on the path to achieve her dream?

Last year, Right Stuf successfully Kickstarted an English-dubbed adaptation for the entire Aria franchise, including previously unlicensed series Aria the Avvenire. The dub, which is being headed by Joe DiGiorgi, stars the following:

  • Akari: Veronica Taylor
  • Aika: Jessica Calvello
  • Alice: Tara Tisch-Wallace
  • Alicia: Marissa Lenti
  • Akira: Carol Jacobanis
  • Athena: Michele Knotz
  • Ai: Lisa Ortiz

Source: Fandom Post

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