Crunchyroll adds Leiji Matsumoto’s “OZMA” to streaming lineup

Following the announcements of Nyrako-san: Another Crawling Chaos and Hiro No Kakera being included as part of their spring season lineup, Crunchyroll have revealed their latest addition to be the six-episode “OZMA”.

The program “unfolds on an arid and devastated future Earth, and involves the mysterious, giant and moving ‘“OZMA.’” An epic space opera that entwines exciting sci-fi action and a suspenseful story, anime godfather Leiji Matsumoto tackles the ultimate questions of life and existence.

For those unaware Leiji Matsumoto was the creator of Space Battleship Yamato, Galaxy Express 999 and Space Pirate Captain Harlock. A new version of the Space Battleship Yamato series, that first aired in Japan back in 1974, is in the works under the name of Space Battleship Yamato 2199.

The first episode of OZMA is available now. A new episode will be released every Saturday at 3pm GMT (4pm GMT after this coming weekend following the daylight savings time change in the UK).

The first episode is available to view HERE.

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One comment on “Crunchyroll adds Leiji Matsumoto’s “OZMA” to streaming lineup

  1. Pingback: Crunchyroll reveal new streaming titles: Folktales From Japan and Space Brothers | The Anime Chronicle

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