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Anime Limited titles land on Crunchyroll

Anime Limited titles land on Crunchyroll
Dan Rhodes
Author: Dan Rhodes

Dan has been writing for UK Anime Network since 2013, and has been the site's Anime Editor since August 2017.

A long time ago (2016) in an MCM Comic Con far, far away (London)... Anime Limited annound that they had aquired the rights for Kiss Him, Not Me and that it would be streaming via Crunchyroll. Those looking forward to watching the series have been waiting with bated breath ever since. Well, it seems you can now breathe easy as Anime Limited have taken to Twitter to announce that the series is availible to view now.

That's not all, Anime Limited have also let slip that Comet Lucifer - which was previously simulcast via Viewster - is also now availible on the venerable streaming service. You can find details of both shows below:

Kiss Him, Not Me - Crunchyroll page

Kae Serinuma is what you'd call a "fujoshi." When she sees boys getting along with each other, she loves to indulge in wild fantasies! One day her favorite anime character dies and the shock causes her to lose a ton of weight. Then four hot guys at school ask her out, but that isn't exciting to her at all — she'd rather see them date each other!

Comet Lucifer - Crunchyroll page

Comet Lucifer is a fantasy set on the planet Gift, where precious crystals called Giftjium are buried in the earth. The main character Sogo lives in a prosperous mining town, Garden Indigo, and loves to collect rare crystals. One day, he gets caught up in a dispute between his classmates, and somehow loses his way deep in the ruins of a mine. There, he at an underground lake, he discovers a blue-haired girl with red eyes named Felia, and his adventure begins.

Source: Twitter.

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