The first dub of the upcoming Season 2 of The Royal Tutor went live earlier tonight. The series is based on the manga by Higasa Akai. It was produced by Bridge Studios and directed by Katsuya Kikuchi. Rena Okuyama provided the character designs, and Kimiko Ueno is the series composer. Funimation is well-known for their work with other anime, and their success with dubbing is evident.

Funimation’s success with other anime

After years of controversy, Funimation has finally decided to let go of its restrictive licensing policy and sell all of its titles worldwide. This decision will mean the end of some of their less popular series, such as Mamotte! Lollipop, which drew a lot of negative attention. Luckily, it will also mean the start of a whole new era of anime viewing for America. Read on to learn more about the company’s newest ventures.

The company’s monopoly over the distribution of anime is under threat. Discotek Media and Nozomi Entertainment have begun to chip away at Funimation’s dominance. Crunchyroll, meanwhile, has begun funding home video releases and dubs. As of 2016, Funimation is still the largest anime distributor in the U.S., with more than 40,000 episodes in stock.

Their licensing efforts

The Royal Tutor manga was written and published by Higasa Akai from 2013 to 2021. The series was adapted into an anime by Bridge in 2017. The story revolves around a young teacher named Heine, who is ordered by the king of Grannzreich to teach four young princes. The series was licensed by Funimation for English-speaking audiences in 2017.

Throughout the series, Heine is the first prince of the Romano family, nicknamed the “Jack-knife Prince” by Heine. The prince is abrasive and dismissive of performance arts, largely due to his strict upbringing. His twin brother, Eugene, is a more even-tempered and cheerful fellow. He also has a talent for singing.

Their voice actors

The first episode of Season 2 of the anime adaptation of Higasa Akai’s The Royal Tutor is now available for viewing online. The dub is by Funimation. The show will feature new characters, including a tall man named Watanuki, a young girl named Yuuko, and an elderly woman named Helga. This anime is based on the manga of the same name.

The anime was originally dubbed in Japan in 2002, but Funimation landed a licensing deal with Crunchyroll in 2014. Its high production value allowed them to hire out-of-state actors for the series, and the English dubs are the highest quality. It’s a good thing they got their hands on the rights to the series, too! But it makes the dub even more valuable.

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