Selecta Visión has announced that it is licensing several anime products in our country, which will reach the national format and, surely, AnimeBox

select view recently caused an earthquake in the world of anime in Spain con the creation of AnimeBox. It’s a new platform which allows you to see Distributor Licensed Content in our country (although there is still a lot to add).

Today, from select view they wanted introduce us The ace new licenses they acquired. i.e. new series that will be added to the catalog in the coming months. Do you want to know what they are? Well, let’s go!

New Selecta Vision licenses for Spain

That’s all that comes fully dubbed in spanish (and it remains to be seen if it is also available in Catalan and other languages):

  • Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood.
  • Kimetsu no Yaiba: Guardians of the Night – Season 2 (Infinity Train Arch and Pleasure Quarter Arch).
  • All Naruto movies, Naruto Shippuden and the Boruto movie (already featured in Manga Barcelona).
  • Kingdom.
  • Yona, princess of the dawn.
  • Mazinger, Z Impact Edition (already featured in Manga Barcelona).
  • Kimagure Orange Road (with all the OAVs and the film).
  • Made in Abyss – Temporada 2 (Physical edition on sale before summer).
  • Always There is no release date for these products..
  • Series and movies will arrive in physical format in different editions.
  • It is almost certain that sooner or later they will end up joining the AnimeBox catalog.

Classic movies in 4k

In addition, Selecta Vision will recover some classic titles with the best image quality.

  • Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence.
  • Lupine III: The Castle of Cagliostro.

And that’s the end of the news announced by Selecta Visión. What do you think of the advertisements? Which of them excites you the most? I invite you to leave your impressions in the comments.

If you want to know my opinion, I think it’s clear that Crunchyroll is the king of anime. However, also I think the work that Selecta Visión is doing is very necessarywho is responsible for bringing us perfectly localized licenses that escape the Sony platform.

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