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Crunchyroll declared on Wednesday that it has added four anime to its index including: Eat-Man ’98, Cosmo Warrior Zero, Elemental Gelade, 8 Man After.

Cosmo Warrior Zero
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Every one of the four anime are accessible in the United States and Canada, and everything except Eat-Man ’98 highlight both an English dub and English captions.

The Eat-Man ’98 anime based on Yuzo Takada’s Eat-Man manga appeared in 1998. Discotek discharged anime on DVD in February 2017. Bandai Entertainment recently discharged the anime on DVD in 2005.

Crunchyroll describes the story:

This retake of Eat-Man shifts the saga of Bolt Crank closer to that of the original story penned by Akihito Yoshitomi. In it, the world is one of contrasting extremes, of high technology but low lifestyles, all mixed with fairy tale-like super science. Bolt returns as the best explorer in the world, a mercenary who, while only accepting jobs he finds moral, always gets the job done… even if he sometimes takes them to ironic extremes in order to do the right thing! Possessed of his own strange power, Bolt can eat anything and then later recreate it, which he uses to help him solve the problems his explorer lifestyle often puts him up against. See the fable that was originally envisioned in these twelve episodes!

Cosmo Warrior Zero
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Cosmo Warrior Zero appeared in 2001. Discotek discharged the anime on DVD in January 2017. Media Blasters discharged the arrangement on DVD in 2002 and 2003.

Crunchyroll describes the story:

The story of two true men plays out on the grim stage of space. Warrius Zero is a disgraced space captain from the Earth Federation. He lost all hope along with his family and the war against the Machine Men. His opponent is Captain Harlock, a space pirate who has refused to surrender to the Machine Men alongside the rest of humanity. The weapons they fight with are respect, honor, and bravery. Their battle will change the destiny of mankind forever.

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Elemental Gelade depends on Mayumi Azuma‘s manga of a same name. The anime debuted in 2005. Discotek discharged the anime on Blu-ray Disc last December. Geneon Entertainment at first discharged the arrangement in North America from 2006-2007. FUNimation Entertainment rereleased the arrangement in 2008.

Crunchyroll describes the story:

Cou, the bumbling rookie of the “Red Lynx” pirate squadron has just discovered the treasure of a lifetime! A mighty member of the ancient race of Edel Raids. Ren, at first glance, seems to be a shy and defenseless girl, but she holds within her a power that many are willing to kill for. When Cou takes it upon himself to protect Ren on her journey to a mysterious place called Edel Garden, he immediately makes new friends and dangerous enemies.

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The 1993 8 Man After OVA is a spin-off of the 1963-1964 8 Man TV arrangement, and both depend on the manga by Kazumasa Hirai and Jiro Kuwata. Discotek discharged the OVA in 2016. Streamline Entertainment authorized the OVA and Image Entertainment discharged the OVA on DVD in 2001 with an English dub track as it were. Discotek’s discharge is the first run through the OVA has been made accessible in Japanese with English captions.

Crunchyroll describes the story:

Since the recent disappearance of 8 Man, a mysterious cyborg super hero created by Professor Tani, the city reels under “terrorist” assaults from murderous drug-crazed street gangs. Hazuma, an ex-cop who now runs his own detective agency, is hired to track down a missing scientist alleged to have made off with cybernetics from Professor Tani’s laboratory. The missing hardware is reappearing as psycho-activated weapons grafted onto the bodies of the rogue “cyper-junkies.” During his investigation Hazuma is brutally murdered. Dr. Tani uses Hazuma as a bio-template to replace the missing 8 Man. As a cover, 8 Man maintains the original persona of the detective, yet must cope with the duality of the cynical private eye and maintain the balance as an emotionless super-android hero.”