Although I cannot recall if the first season of this show has been available through the service previously or not, a recent update to Madman Entertainment’s AnimeLab video-on-demand service has seen all fifty episodes of Log Horizon made available with the original Japanese dub and English subtitles.
These fifty episodes are split across two seasons, each coming in at 25 episodes apiece. Although an English dub does exist for season one, there is currently no word on if or when it will be available to Premium subscribers of AnimeLab. Check the series out for yourself HERE.
For those looking to purchase Log Horizon on DVD or Blu-ray, the first season is currently available on both formats. Split across two half-season volumes, each volume will set you back around $59.95. More information on these can be found HERE. Reviews of both Volume 1 and Volume 2 are available on The Otaku’s Study.
About Log Horizon (Synopsis Source)
Elder Tales has become a global phenomenon, immersing millions of players in its online fantasy world. However, something goes wrong with the twelfth expansion pack. Eight-year veteran Shiroe and 30,000 other players suddenly find themselves trapped in the game’s no-longer-fictional universe!
Except it’s not even exactly the game they knew: things are in different places, the portals don’t work, and if a gamer was playing an avatar who wasn’t a physical match for their real self… well, let’s just say that everyone who’s been playing is going to have to make some serious adjustments to their new world view.
On top of that, the former Non-Player-Characters are now self-aware and working towards their own ends. This collision of the Elder Tale people and players with seemingly impossible skills, abilities, and knowledge promises to be cataclysmic. Get ready for heroes to rise and new legends to be forged as Shiroe and fellow players Naotsugu and Akatsuki discover what happens when sword and sorcery becomes real!