AiuraCrunchyroll has announced that they will be streaming two new series, Aiura and Mushibugyo, as part of the Spring 2013 simulcast.

Aiura is an adaptation of Chama’s four-panel manga about three unmotivated high school girls: Amaya, Iwasawa, and Uehara.  The series will premiere on April 9th at 10:05 a.m. Pacific time for premium members, and April 16th for free members.  It will be available everywhere outside Japan for premium members, and worldwide except in the following territories for free members: East Asia, South East Asia, India, Iran, Afghanistan and the southern Pacific.

The series is produced by Linden Film (Senyu) and features a new group of voice actors Yui Nakajima, Yuko Iida and Nao Tamura.  The series will be directed by Ryosuke Nakamura and it will premiere on TV Tokyo on April 9th.

MushibugyoMushibugyo is an adaption of Hiroshi Fukuda’s action manga set in an alternate history version of Edo-era Tokyo.  It’s a world where a special unit called Mushibugyo protects the city from giant insects.  The series will premiere on April 8th at 3 a.m. Pacific time for premium members, and April 15th fro free members.  It will be available worldwide except for Japan, Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines and Singapore.

The series is being produced by Seven Arcs (Dog Days).  The cast include Kenn (Yu-Gi-Oh GX), Rumi Ookubo, Takuma Terashuma, Takuya Egunchi.  It will premiere on TV Tokyo as well on April 8th.

The episodes will be available on and via the iPhone and iPad app, Android app, Windows phone, PS3, and Xbox Live.  Be sure to check them out!

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