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AnimeLite Announces Attack On Titan is Coming Out Soon on Blu-ray

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AnimeLite offers anime shows direct from Japan, streaming with English dubbing and all completely free of charge. They recently made their community aware that Attack on Titan will be available soon.

San Francisco, CA, United States of America – March 21, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Anime is a popular adaptation of Japanese Manga which sees the comic frames take on an animated form. Anime has exploded into western culture since its introduction and influence on popular western shows, including phenomenal exports like Pokemon. Its tropes, genres and archetypes are now well known, and many people enjoy watching the latest and best anime that doesn’t make it conventional western channels. AnimeLite is a new online space where individuals can do just that, and all for free through high quality streaming.

The site offers English dubbed and English subbed Japanese anime shows include popular classics like Naruto and niche appeal series like Battle Skipper. The shows are cataloged in A-Z format so individuals can discover new shows or recommend great finds to their friends. They also have Anime movies and ongoing series, as well as their extensive collections of classic Anime.

The site is a non-profit and advert free space, so individuals can enjoy the shows at their leisure and never have to worry about premium price bands or annoying pop-ups and spyware. The streaming portal divides the shows by most popular, most recently added and highest user rated so that individuals can always keep on top of what’s happening in the community.

A spokesperson for AnimeLite explained, “We are pleased to announce that the latest anime series Attack on Titan will be made available in blu-ray quality for individuals to stream on the website as soon as it is released, and the hotly anticipated new season may well be the most popular we have seen on the site today. View records are regularly being broken as more people get into Anime and even more of them discover our site, so we are optimistic about the future of AnimeLite and hope to continue to provide a fast, free service.”

About AnimeLite:
AnimeLite is a non-profit, advertisement free Anime streaming portal. AnimeLite offers quickly updated, working, high quality video streams of popular Japanese Anime. AnimeLite is used by children, teenagers, and adults of all ages, as Anime is aimed at as large a range of audience as possible, and all forms of anime are available in the comprehensive libraries.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.animelite.net/

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