Funimation announced they got the rights for it when they announced Lucky Star and Haruhi. It got kind of buried in the hype. Being licensed pretty much means it's a certainty, but we're never going to have a timeframe until it's pretty much done and less than a month away from release.
Here is the announcement. It is one of the bulleted items at the bottom:
Just to add on. They license rescued both and the spinoffs. Its at the bottom.
Unfortunately it will not be available to stream until they at least announce a dvd/bluray release. That could be awhile. They license rescued a bunch of stuff in 2013 from Bandai and Sunrise, such as Outlaw Star and Code Geass. None of those series has been released yet. They stockpile these licenses and wait until they have an opening in the schedule. They don't want to compete against there own product.
Anime News Network has a list of upcoming releases and their release dates. If it doesn't have "Sub" in the listing, then there is a good chance that it has a dub.
You could just type in google [series name] dub. You should get results.
The way I check is I use animenewsnetwork. There are a few series out there with more than one english dub.
Let say that you want to know if Eureka Seven has a dub. Just go to the Eureka Seven ANN page (google it) and scroll down to check the staff list. If you see English Cast then there is a dub. Here is one without a dub, Tokyo Ghoul.
This way you could check if a series has a dub or is going to get a dub.
Funi has announced that they have the license and are putting the show (subbed, for the moment) on their site right now.
So I'm guessing Fall '14 at the earliest for a dub release.
Of course they re-release all the Haruhi shows including in the spinoff and the two series of shorts but not the movie that's going for $200 on Amazon.
According to ANN it was licensed by Bandai... who stopped doing home releases shortly after and Gosick was cancelled. http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2012-01-02/bandai-entertainment-to-stop-releasing-new-dvds-bds-manga
It COULD get licensed out to another company like Bebop did, but it'd have to be Bebop big to be worth the hassle.
Funimation ones are here, just set the the language option to dubbed to see the simuldub ones. I believe Durarara is currently receiving one as well
Considering the fact that Crunchyroll also got three anime previously announced for Funimation (including a simuldub), sounds likely.
It'll be moving over to crunchyroll when part 2 comes out along with a bunch of other stuff that's currently on funimationnow
It might even be available on crunchyroll before the DVD release
Yep , VIZ announced they were redubing the entire franchise last year , http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2014-05-16/viz-licenses-original-sailor-moon-anime-franchise You can watch subbed episodes on hulu for free also by VIZ . There on Sailor moon S right now .
I don't know how "underrated" or "unpopular" these are, but they are some I like a lot, which a lot of my friends have never heard of.
Also, got a lot of shows on my Trakt, you might be able to use it for inspiration.
They confirmed they're already dubbing season 1 as well right now. So we should be getting it soon alongside S2.
> Man I wish I could participate in this, Australia though :(
Funi is going to expand their subscription service to other countries later this year, according to some tweets back in early January. Until then, there's always the option to sail the internet's high seas - or in Australasia's case, hope that Animelab might work something out.
I haven't seen it so I can't really say how good it is about the overall consensus for those that have seen it seems to be favorably. It's in the top 1000 for MAL and the top 2000 for ANN. ANN's scores seem to be more skewed in my opinion due to lower number of people who rate on that site. You'll just have to check it out and find out.
Got a reply in the Funimation forum
>Unfortunately FUNimation wasn't able to get the rights to the OVA. This is pretty common with OVAs that are packed in with manga volumes such as this one, as the rights-holders are often completely different than the ones who own the TV series itself and many times aren't willing to make the bonus episodes available internationally.
Look's like we won't ever see a dub of the OVA unfortunately.
It's not dubbed yet but it's definitely coming. Should be out by the end of the year.
Pretty much everything from that section of the announcement didn't happen. The re-release of Haruhi and Lucky Star are huge too. Those box sets from the previous release are stupid expensive right now. It seems they aren't even planning to dub the Strike Witches movie, and I don't think that's been released in any way even in its subtitled form either.
These are all licensed from Kadokawa, so I wonder if they screwed up something in the contract for this batch or something.
Alternatively, the Broadcast dubs have proven to be overwhelming for them.
Hopefully Netflix dub Sidonia as quick as season 1.
Found this on Funimations website, looks like Terror in Resonance is coming out in the fall! (or spring for those of us down south).
They're on FUNimation's official website.: http://www.funimation.com.
Currently, the site is limited to streaming in the US and Canada, but there are plans to expand its subscription access to other regions.
I don't know about the sales, but Ghost Stories was popular/successful enough in terms of ratings in Japan - the average TV rating was 12.2% (great then, would be phenomenal now - Sazae-san is the only show that does that good nowadays). It was remembered well enough to get a re-airing in 2015. Other countries such as Latin America and Brazil also played the show straight on children's blocks with success.
Of course, success with children doesn't always translate to disc sales, so that could explain why they were unable to break even/told ADV to do what they wanted.
If you're subscribed to Funimation you can view a clip of the dub here or watch it here for free.
I can't wait to here the main cast to be annouced! So far the voices are fantastic.
Shiki, because of the vampires. Whenever you hear "vampire" nowadays you either think "cliche as fuck" or "series for pre/teen girls".
But Shiki is rather non-cliche and has one of the most twisted, dark, and depressing storylines I've ever seen in an Anime.
Wasn't there speculation that it was going to go up on Crunchyroll literally today, based on this
This might explain it, as was mentioned a bit earlier, Crunchyroll is the licensor for Rezero.
Since rezero is moving to Crunchyroll, it seems like Funi has lost its streaming rights at the very least.
But since Funi did the dub for it (and owns the dub), but doesn't have the rights to distribute it... A bit of a mess. If any party is being petty or vindictive in this situation, it could lead to the rezero dub of the 2nd half possibly never being released (worse case scenario). I'm pretty new to anime, but lots of stupid stuff like this seems to have happened over the years with regards to dubs and licencing, so it concerns me :(
Chunibyo season 1 went out of print in less than a year and Sentai has no plans as of now. There's a movie coming out next year, so Sentai will probably print more copies.
Your best bet is to buy season 1 from amazon UK. My friend bought Fate/zero from amazon UK when it was out of print
>-New York (do any exist anymore?)
NYAV Post is what you're looking for. They're just a voice recording studio as opposed to a full-fledged distributor, but their anime dubs tend to be of great quality.
Spanish dub comes out on July 16th so I wouldn’t be surprised if the English dub will launch at the same time.
You have to be an Elite Subscriber to watch episodes 3-12 in English, but the first two episodes are free.
I'm on episode 3 now, and it's pretty charming so far.
They seem to be doing something like picking up licenses crunchyroll already has with Durarara.
If I'm not mistaken, it was on crunchyroll first - even the dub.
Try to post the direct source next time as ANN had already included the link to it and it's literally just a copy of what Funi posted.
Here's the Funimation blog link
ADR DIRECTOR: Clifford Chapin
KOUICHI: Matt Mercer
KYOKO: Emily Neves
KIRIKO: Cherami Leigh
SHOUMA: Todd Haberkorn
MATAYOSHI: J. Michael Tatum
PENGUIN EMPEROR: Patrick Seitz
RITZ: Tessa Ellory
The rest of the cast from Clifford's Twitter
Jim: Brad Jackson
Jake: Jerry Jewell
Nelson: Sonny Strait
Michael: Aaron Roberts
Dennis: Dave Trosko
Moriko: Jamie Marchi
Soriko: Tiffany Patterson
Sewashiko: Leah Clark
Narrator: Chris Guerrero
> It kinda sucks but I hope it means it's getting a theatrical release too
They actually are giving it a theatrical release next year, alongside the other films you mentioned were advertised.
You mean Is this a zombie? I watched it on funimation.com and pretty sure all the notepads are translated otherwise you wouldn't know what she was saying!
<strong>Death Parade</strong> you can watch on Funimation.com
Wolf Children is also funimation. I don't know if it's available for streaming. It might be if you are a member.
Log Horizon is Sentai. It is on Hulu, but I don't know if it is dubbed there. Might have to get it from the sentai store.
Penguindrum is also sentai and on Hulu. Don't know if it is dubbed, might have to download it from the Sentai site.
Steins;Gate is on funimation. You need a subscription to watch it.
From Funimations webside as part of their broadcast dubs.
You can watch it here if you live in North america or use a proxy.
I think broadcast dubs might be a subscription service however so you might not get all the episodes without getting a subscription.
> Me and my gf also really enjoyed Konosuba's dub and don't think it deserves to be picked apart as much as it generally does.
Crunchyroll brought that upon themselves. They sat on the license for 3 fucking years before releasing the dub just for one season then had the audacity to post this self-aggrandizing bullshit.
They also fast-tracked this release right after the dissolution of a partnership with the most-prolific and arguably best English dubbing studio. CR was operating at maximum smug from nearly every angle.
(I'm not saying Konosuba's dub is good or bad, I'm just saying that the framing of its release and the way CR shamelessly promoted it made it an easy target for mockery.)
Customizing your list through CSS is actually really easy! Here's the tutorial that I followed to make most of the stuff. Other than that I just used a free program called paint.net to make the header and edit the background. It's a bit of a pain in the arse to keep all the pictures for every show up do date considering they delete them after some time of changing them but besides that it's takes no effort to just have it. :D
Hope this helps.
Also I'd really like'd you to read and reply to my bottom comment. :P
we use cytu.be to watch, it takes a hosted video and will sync everyones playback to the same time. the link that we use is https://cytu.be/r/AnimeDubs_GroupWatch and the password for the channel is 'dubsdabest'.
When I go on the show's main page it shows me all of the different dubs for it, and you just click on the one you want to watch and click the first episode. Are they not showing up for you?
Ancient Magus Bride and Saga of Tanya the Evil belong to Crunchyroll.
A list of dubs coming to Crunchyroll is found here:
(I haven't checked whether all of them have been removed from Funimation).
For simuldub dates from the summer keep an eye on funimations summer blog since they are continuously announcing the release dates. For physical releases of shows here’s a link to a calendar that’s consistently being updated by one of the users on this sub I think.
Welcome to the NHK is an older 2000’s show about a shut in who is convinced he’s part of a conspiracy by a Japanese company to make everyone basically shut ins. It’s an amazing show that’s really about an up hill battle with depression and loneliness with a great supporting cast of characters who all have their own problems to solve. Very depressing dark humor. But all around a deep show.
You can also find movies to rent on Amazon Prime: https://www.amazon.com/GOBLIN-SLAYER-GOBLINS-CROWN-Takaharu/dp/B08YS2H5D8.
From my experience looking for the Haruhi movie, the Microsoft store and Amazon Prime Video are your best bets. If you search on r/anime for a movie's discussion thread, that post should list various legal avenues to stream the movie.
As far as I know, the only way to see Rebellion now is to buy the Blu-Ray. Here's the link to Amazon.
It may be streaming on AnimeLab but that isn't available in the US.
Amazon Prime is the only way I am aware of. For more shows you are unsure where they are streaming, look at my list
It’s not on the American GKids bluray unfortunately, so you’d have to import from the UK. It seems relatively inexpensive on Amazon UK, but the only problem being that it’s region coded for region B (Europe/Australia). I have a region-free player and can tell you how to get one, but they are rather expensive.
As of now it's only available for digital purchase. But starting tomorrow or next Tuesday, it should have a digital rent option for around 5 dollars.
'Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid S' & 'Fruits Basket - Prelude -' Release On Home Video November 8th
Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid S - Link
Fruits Basket - Prelude - Link
I hope it's more than OVA, but I'll take pretty much any non-VR project at this point.
Somewhat related, but it looks like J. Michael Tatum is narrating the upcoming audio books, which is something I'm really looking forward to. Loved his and Brina Palencia's performances in the anime.
I believe the final missing shows are Ancient Magus Bride, New Game, and New Game. Been 14 months since they’ve given any update on them which is ridiculous.
Funimation's release of When They Cry sold so poorly that they vowed never to license it again, or even any series <u>related</u> to Higurashi. There's no way they're going for this.
The only chance this new series has of getting dubbed, imo, is if Sentai gets it, and even that's a stretch since they didn't shell out the money to dub When They Cry's second season and OVAs.
Despite Amazon Prime Video released all 12 episodes of "Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove it" on January 10, 2020, it also streamed on Crunchyroll weekly as part of their Winter 2020 Anime Lineup! so I think it is not exclusive.
It will also be on crunchyroll subbed on a 1 week delay vs Funimation (another reason people suspect it will eventually get a dub although delayed) https://www.crunchyroll.com/anime-news/2019/12/19/magia-record-puella-magi-madoka-magica-side-story-anime-is-coming-to-crunchyroll
They announced a physical media deal in
For My Daughter episode 1 comes out today (Nov 17, no time specified), and 1 new episode every Sunday.
Magical Sempai ep 1-2 launch next Saturday (Nov 23, no time specified) with 2 new episodes every Saturday.
Cast lists for Magical Sempai and Demon Lord
Sempai: Lizzie Freeman
Assistant: Landon McDonald
If it's for My Daughter:
Dale - Brandon Winckler
Rita Kreuger - Jeannie Tirado
Latina - Ryan Bartley
This is a complete list of the dubbed anime on Crunchyroll. I would recommend bookmarking it. It gets updated from time to time.
Abilities Average was announced already by Crunchyroll to be getting a dub in the future along with Highschool Prodigies. No confirmed date though.
Ordinal Scale has already been shown dubbed in theaters all the way back in April. It has an English dubbed trailer, and it's releasing dubbed on December 19th.
ID-0 is literally already out English dubbed on Netflix. You can go watch it in full right now.
Kitsu.io usually have a list of streaming services a show is on on their page for a show. I don't think HiDive is in their pool of streaming services they check yet so if it's on there Kitsu won't tell you about it, but it works for most other services.
It doesn't tell you if its on a service subbed or dubbed however, but it's a good place to get a feel for where to start looking.
I think something also worth mentioning is the availability of the dubs.
Netflix's dub is only legally available on through streaming on Netflix Japan (and getting a VPN that works with Netflix Japan is rare. Even my ExpressVPN only works once in a while).
Meanwhile, Sentai's dub is only legally available through physical purchase, and not through streaming.
Obviously, for pirates, this doesn't make much of a difference, but it's important for people who prefer watching anime legally.
> So, what is the problem here? Where's the injustice? What should anime fans know about and speak against?
I don't know nearly enough about this topic to offer answers, but the following US internet traffic estimates provided by Alexa.com may be relevant:
Most of the PlayStation 2 video game's English dub cast is returning to voice their respective characters in the anime series.
It then announced in July that its Blu-ray Disc collection will be English dub only, due to Japanese licensor requirements. The DVD version will contain both audio tracks.
Sentai Filmworks will release the Persona 4 Collection 1 set on DVD and Blu-ray Disc on September 18.
Source: Anime News Network
Viz media vill premiere the film with an english dub on Neon Alley on Playstation 3 this fall.
The second film in the series opened in Japan on June 23, and the third film will open in Japan in January after being delayed from this year.
Code Geass left me on the edge of my seat (both R1 and R2). I think you'll enjoy it since you enjoyed both Death Note and Steins;gate! Link for dub
saturdays at 8:30pm source
Im not sure if its dub or sub so disregard comment.
Funimation announced it earlier this morning on their page, so its more or less confirmed they will be using this dub, for better or for worse.
Attack on Titan 2 and MHA 2 - will get dubbed episodes almost immediately. Either the same day as an episode is aired in Japan or a couple weeks after it.
These will be Funimation Simuldubs, it's pretty much guaranteed. So you'll be able to watch the series dubbed, almost at the same time as subbed anime fans are watching it. Funimation is the only company that does this right now though.
Blue Exorcist 2 - probably about a year after its aired in Japan unfortunately. This series is owned by Aniplex of America. They wait to dub until there's s disc release.
Funimation = almost instant dubs
Everyone else = 8 months to 2 years
It appears that Ian Sinclair has taken Travis' role as Kanda. Honestly I couldn't tell at first until someone pointed out the update.
I'm wondering why they only could reveal that information now. Last minute decision?
While I don't have any examples that I can think of right now, I just want to point out some things.
>Gundam: the Origin - it's a little awkward that they couldn't get Brad Swaile to reprise Amuro Ray (the way Toru Furuya did in Japan), especially as he was in a non-union American production of Tekken recently. They even replaced him with a female, ironicaly, & a brand-new VA at that.
To be fair the entire Gundam cast has been replaced for Origin (and previously Unicorn as well), it's to be expected. Plus Amuro's appearance in Origin was as a kid and was a quick one so the recast isnt that big a deal.
>Shakugan no Shana - didn't even watch the show, but just the names on the cast...Ouch. FWIW, the replacement isn't awful.
The recasting for Shana makes sense, they had to outsource several seasons and a movie's worth a material all the way to Canada and Funimation just didn't think the financial cost was worth it. To compare, the other work from Geneon that they licenced with a Canadian dub was Black Lagoon and all they had to dub was a 5 episode OVA which is significantly smaller and thus not as expensive.
>I dislike FUNi's recasting of the new GitS stuff. In Japan, similar stuff happened for FMAB. They didn't recast (mostly) in English. IME it's probably due to cheaping out.
The cast of the GITS Arise series in Japan was completely changed from the cast of the original movies and Stand Alone Complex. The english dub was just following that, as this blog post from them points out:
>>'Following in the footsteps of the Japanese release, a brand new cast has been chosen to voice the younger characters featured in Ghost in the Shell: Arise.'
Also they didn't recast for FMA:B (except in certain areas like Alphonse) because that cast was inhouse and easily available from when they did the first series.
As yes I see season 1 of Jojo just released. /u/Catarrius you had it correct.
Didn't know Funimation didn't have the rights to Free S1, just figured as S2 got a broadcast dub they would go back and dub S1 like Tokyo Ghoul. Kinda strange Funimation bothered without the rights to S1. Guess an incomplete flag is appropriate for this one.
The most we know is that they have the rights to it but other than that, nothing. Hopefully with the film being out on DVD/Blu-Ray in Japan, we might get an announcement soon.
I appreciate the honorable mention for <strong>ReLife.</strong> I highly recommend the show to anyone who hasn't viewed it. I don't want to spoil anything, so I'll keep it brief. The show follows a 27 year old, unemployed, depressed protagonist who gets the opportunity to experience being a high schooler again. The show is comprised of 17 episodes (13 in the season and 4 OVA episodes for the ending arc). If you enjoy the series give the web comic a shot it's great.
Here is the version with a screenshot showing the good quality.
And here is the version where people posted subs in the comments. There are now some English subs at the bottom of that comment section (not sure if they’re good, apparently they’re google translated from Spanish). Hope this helps!
I'm annoyed I missed it - but couldn't find a source outside of reddit rip. Found the link - https://www.amazon.com/Lupin-3rd-Prison-Past-English/dp/B09LRWM15G/ - unfortunate that it's region locked for me - but I'll add it to the post now.
Lupin the 3rd - Prison of the Past (English Dub) is available to purchase digitally on Amazon Prime Video (See Here) - Limited To The US / CA.
I think you misunderstood me. This would explain what Im speaking of:
Its got nothing to do with reputations. Feedback isnt usually made public.
<strong>999: 9 Hours, 9 Persons, 9 Doors</strong>
<strong>Katawa Shoujo</strong> (free)
Are the two best VNs I've played. Especially 999. It's just another league.
Can we just take a moment to appreciate how awesome Benimaru is? Not only he's a badass for defeating the fire demon, but he quells the chaos by instigating a town-wide brawl! I mean, I love my anime characters who prefer to talk with thier fists, but i mean: forget talking it out, forget evacuating, let's beat the shit out of each other!
And who wouldn't wanna be drinking buddies with him and Capt. Obi? I salute you Benimaru.
Okay, so not only Hikage is okay, but she and her sister have fire powers as well? (Hee Hee Hee Hee Hee Hee Hee!).
>(Screams in agony)
God I'm gonna miss these twerps. They were adorable and hilarious. Hoping we get to see them again. If we do, I'm gonna flip my lid.
And we seem to get more added information (and questions) about Shinra and his Adola burst flame and links to his past. Shinra may have the sound and complexion of a devil, but he has a heart of gold. He's been a hero to most of the people he's encountered. And regardless of what the bad guys tell him, the only people who have any impact on how he feels as a person is himself.
The animation, audio, and fights look hella epic. Just sit back and enjoy the beauty of it all. Really fun episode today. And while we'll miss Company 7, I'm sure we'll see them again. And plus, Sister Iris has been holding down the fort long enough. I kinda miss her.
One Punch Man is free to watch on Daisuki's site. =D
I must be missing something with Steins Gate, because I'd rate it a 7 or 8 out of 10... I just don't find it nail-bitingly good
Here are three guest passes for Crunchyroll if anyone needs. You do not need credit card info to redeem them but I think you need a free account.
I got my info here.
Mob Psycho 100 hasn't left funimation yet as well as rezero.
According to the full list a bunch of other stuff that's been announced hasn't left funimation yet as well. Last update only said crunchyroll stuff was gone. As of now, most of funimations stuff has not been added and is still listed as coming soon.
I'm not interested in the DVD release, just where and when I can stream it.
There seems to be a bit more support for this. On Funimation's schedule, Twin Star Exorcists is listed with the uncut version (ep #29-40) of the English dub releasing on November 13th even though it's listed Crunchyroll's list of dubbed shows releasing after the partnership break. If all the shows given by Crunchyroll were leaving FunimationNow, then why would Funimation be adding them after the "cutoff" date?
While it's still possible that these shows will be leaving Funimation at a later date, there hasn't been any evidence (that I can find, at least) correlating the shows being added to Crunchyroll's catalog with the shows leaving Funimation.
Shows returned to Crunchyroll post-partnership aren't necessarily going to be removed from Funimation.
I realize this is a late comment, but I pay for ExpressVPN. I really want to watch the series dubbed, still no Vinland Saga on a Japan VPN. No luck finding any English-dubbed torrent either. My VPN says Japan-Tokyo.
Anyone have any updated info on this series’ dub?
I agree that free VPNs aren't ideal if you want a VPN for security reasons. If maximum level security is so important to you, than you don't have a choice but to pay.
Here's a video by Tom Scott on why you might not need a VPN for security reasons:
In terms of unlocking American Funimation, Proton's worked perfectly. It doesn't trick Netflix (I use Windscribe VPN for that) but it even tricks the NordVPN website. I imagine most of their money comes from people paying for the premium mode to get access to more server options, faster speeds or ad removal, but even if their harvesting your data its not like Google and other companies aren't already doing the exact same thing.
The Ties That Bind is the name of it. I picked up a copy a few years back at an con they were guests at.
I really liked Shiki. I've never been big on horror, and I think I was just getting into anime when I saw it for the first time (my history with anime is... complicated), so I really wasn't inclined to like it at all, but it surprised me. I'm not gonna say it was great, but it did a lot of things very well.
edit: it's $17 on Amazon right now. You're probably not gonna beat that. If you want it in your collection, now's the time to buy.
They also released Shangri La with SAVE box art that said “property title goes here” on the spine.
Amazon still has the original cover listed.
YOU'RE IN LUCK, FOR THE AMAZINGLY LOW PRICE OF $81.75 YOU CAN BUY IT ON AMAZON
Lol, seriously though, last year just part 1 was $49.99 and the pre-order for part 2 was over $50, so just one season with apparently shitty quality on the first part and the second part delayed by months costs over $100.
The anime market is shit, good on you for wanting to obtain it legally, and congratulations if upu have enough disposable income to pay EITHER of those prices for one season and not feel like a chump. I see so many comments praising blu-ray box sets at ridiculous prices...I don't get it.
But yea, good luck with that. The first 12 episodes were on funimation last year until the split with CR, so I'd wager the whole thing might go up on cr after they are sure they've got as many sales at those ridiculous prices as they can manage.
Looks like Amazon has at least a few of the DVD volumes
I looked it up on Amazon (that’s where I do online shopping). And I found Golden Time. But it doesn’t specifically say whether or not it has English dubs in it. Format is subtitled. The description starts out with:
“Golden Time Complete Collection contains episodes 1-24 of the anime directed by Chiaki Kon and includes a brand new English dub.”
Does this mean this blue ray can be viewed in English dubs? Here’s where you can view the link:
Golden Time (amazon link)
Check out ExpressVPN or NordVPN. They have a single-click to connect app on like every device type. Or something like, "Find region and connect". I personally use Express for other purposes and it is very pricey, but I suggest looking at these 2.
Not sure how things work in Australia, but I've been using ProtonVPN in Asia for literally months straight and have streamed like three different series using it and I haven't had any data restrictions
> Oh there’s a UK bluray? I have an all-region player
Sure is! Two versions, in fact: the standard Blu-Ray version, and the Collector's Edition version. I own the latter (but not an all-region BD player to play it with). I advise you not to look at the rest of Baccano! Wiki since it is obviously full of spoilers, but I did write a Home Video Releases article for the Wiki that compares the specs of each release--the UK (Manga Entertainment) ones included.
(As in, don't click on anything else or read anything else on the Wiki--seriously, spoiler central--but simply reading what's on the page should suffice for release specs.)
This is the standard Blu-Ray UK edition (region B/2) of Baccano! on Amazon; as you can see, Amazon is pricing the UK standard BD release at 40 USD, which is - compared to many of the other Baccano! DVD/BD releases on offer - fairly affordable, all elements considered.
It's available on Amazon and the Microsoft Store and FunI but I don't know if it's available in the UK tho.
Not as pricey as you'd think. It appears that some sites like Amazon UK sell region 2 DVD/BD versions of the Funimation dub through Manga Entertainment (never heard of them though). There is also a listing for Railgun S.
Amazon link and Microsoft Link
I love steins gate but why not buy the FULL SERIES for $25 on bluray with dubs in the classic edition instead - https://www.amazon.com/Steins-Gate-Complete-Classic-Blu-ray/dp/B00KU3Y5CG/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=steins+gate+blu+ray&qid=1549984147&s=movies-tv&sr=1-2
That "LE" has nothing special about it at all sadly
Try Tokyo Ghoul: Dark War from Gamesamba and Funimation, available in IOS and Android and also their upcoming game that soon to be released called Attack on Titan: Assault.