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The Bayonetta anime is coming to the US by way of Funimation


8:00 AM on 06.19.2014
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The Bayonetta anime -- titled "Bloody Fate" -- is a thing, and now we know that it's coming to the US and Canada due to Funimation's international distribution rights acquisition. There's no date set, but it's definitely something that will arrive over in North America at some point, which is good news.

If you happen to be over at the Los Angeles Anime Expo in July, you can catch a preview screening as well as a Q&A session with the director. This is the year of Bayonetta it seems, with the first two games finally dated for the Wii U -- I can't wait!

FUNimation Acquires Animated Feature BAYONETTA: Bloody Fate [Funimation]






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