Crunchyroll confirmed on Tuesday that the house video releases for the Back Arrow, BEM: BECOME HUMAN, Hetalia World Stars, Life Lessons with Uramichi-Oniisan, and One Piece anime shall be underneath its label. Funimation held the licenses for these sequence, and in addition dealt with earlier One Piece residence video releases. Funimation‘s Twitter account made the announcement on its Twitter account as properly.

Crunchyroll additionally introduced on Tuesday that it has added Dragon Ball Z with the English dub, and Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball GT with each the English subtitles and the English dub. These have been solely beforehand out there on Funimation.

The Back Arrow Part 1 Blu-ray Disc shall be out there on June 28. BEM: BECOME HUMAN shall be out there on June 7. Hetali: World Stars shall be out there on June 14. Life Lessons with Uramichi-Oniisan shall be out there on June 28. One Piece Season 11 Voyage 8 shall be out there on June 7.

Funimation and Crunchyroll introduced on March 1 that that Funimation and Wakanim‘s anime library and simulcast content material have moved to Crunchyroll. Sony‘s Funimation Global Group accomplished its acquisition of Crunchyroll from AT&T on August 9 final 12 months. The buy value was US$1.175 billion, and the proceeds have been paid in money at closing.

Crunchyroll and Funimation first introduced the acquisition in December 2020 with a purchase order value of US$1.175 billion. The know-how web site The Information reported in August 2020 that AT&T provided Crunchyroll to Sony for US$1.5 billion and that Sony reportedly “balked at” the value, which successfully valued the streaming service at US$500 per subscriber. Entertainment information supply Variety reported that AT&T was buying the corporate to a number of potential patrons other than Sony Pictures Entertainment at the moment. Nikkei Asia later reported that October that Sony was in last negotiations for the Crunchyroll acquisition. At that point, the newspaper reported that Sony “could end up spending more than 100 billion yen ($957 million).”

Source: Crunchyroll (Nicholas Friedman), Funimation‘s Twitter account, Press launch