I don’t write about anime that often here — most seasons I might watch one or two shows if even that. The two I’m watching right now though have brought up peculiar differences between the streaming services that offer the most anime, possibly stemming from where each one is popular.
I’m watching Vinland Saga and Blade of the Immortal right now, neither one of which seems to be getting much buzz. There are a lot of possible reasons why that make perfectly good sense, but one I see some people focusing on is the service that’s hosting both of them — Amazon Prime. Prime is actually a pretty strong contender in the anime streaming game next to mainstays like Crunchyroll and Hulu, but fewer people seem to know this. Continue reading