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Madman Entertainment Announce First Two Simulcasts For This Season

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With July 2015 and many new anime series almost upon us, Australian anime publisher Madman Entertainment have confirmed the first two series which be be officially and legally simulcast via their AnimeLab service.

These two series have been confirmed as A Boring World Where the Concept of Dirty Jokes Doesn’t Exist (Also known by its not-short Japanese title ‘Shimoneta to Iu Gainen ga Sonzai Shinai Taikutsu na Sekai’ or 下ネタという概念が存在しない退屈な世界) and CLASSROOM☆CRISIS (クラスルーム☆クライシス).

A brief synopsis of both titles can be found below:

A Boring World Where the Concept of Dirty Jokes Doesn’t Exist

Tanukichi Okuma is the new student in the country’s leading elite public morals school and he’s already being blackmailed to take part in obscene terrorism acts against the talented student council president (AKA – the girl he has a major crush on).

CLASSROOM☆CRISIS

This story of young high school hopefuls is set in Fourth Tokyo in a Japanese Martian prefecture.

A new classmate is kidnapped en route to Mars and the students realise that they’ll have to be the ones to embark on an unprecedented rescue mission!

[Source: AnimeLab Facebook Page]

[signoff icon=”alert”]The Otaku’s Study is proud to support the international anime industry, and recommend that all anime fans check out their local publishers to find out where they can legally and officially watch or otherwise purchase the seasons listed in this post.

Madman Entertainment content can be purchased via their official website or local anime retailers across Australia and New Zealand. It is also possible to view select episodes via their AnimeLab video-on-demand service.[/signoff]

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