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Erased, Charlotte Dubs to Stream Exclusively on Hulu

The English dubs of Erased and Charlotte anime will be available for streaming exclusively on Hulu.
As reported by Anime News Network, the English dubs of both shows will debut on the streaming service tomorrow, July 1.
Erased, which is based on Kei Sanbe’s manga Boku dake ga Inai Machi, tells the story of a struggling manga artist named Satoru who possesses the involuntarily ability to travel back in time, allowing him to prevent tragic events from happening.
For more on the time-traveling thriller from animation studio A-1 Pictures, find out why Erased is one of IGN’s top 5 anime of winter 2016.
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Food Wars English Dub Cast Announced

Ahead of tonight’s premiere at Anime Expo, Sentai Filmworks revealed the voice cast for the first three episodes of the English dub of Food Wars! Shokugeki no Soma.
According to the company’s announcement, the voice cast includes Blake Shepard as Soma Yukihira, as well as Jay Hickman and Stephanie Wittels, who voice Joichiro Yukihira and Erina Nakiri, respectively.
The English dub is being directed by Kyle Colby Jones, who is also writing the script, alongside Marta Bechtol and George Manley.
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Tick spit could save hearts and lives

Although ticks are generally thought of as being the spreaders of illness, they may actually be able to help save peoples’ lives. According to a new study from the University of Oxford, proteins found in tick saliva could be used to treat a potentially fatal heart disease…
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Measuring Wonder Woman’s Comic Book Sales Power

The Wonder Woman movie has raked in $663.6 million worldwide, pleasing moviegoers and painting a bright cinematic future for the character, but what about her performance in the comic book market?
While Wonder Woman’s solo title has taken some breaks and seen five relaunches since its debut in 1942, it is considered to be one of DC Comics’ staple titles due to the character’s importance as a member of the Justice League, being one third of DC’s Trinity alongside Batman and Superman, and her status as a feminist icon and the world’s most popular female superhero. Yet despite all of that, the ongoing Wonder Woman series has never been a sales juggernaut on the level of Batman or Amazing Spider-Man that regularly dominate the monthly sales charts.
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Prehistoric lizard wasn't what we thought

Back in 2003, the fossilized remains of a prehistoric armored lizard known as Eusaurosphargis dalsassoi were discovered in Italy. The skeleton was disarticulated and incomplete, plus it was found with the remains of fish and marine reptiles, leading scientists to think that the lizard was aquatic. Now, however, thanks to a marvellously-complete skeleton found in the Alps of eastern Switzerland, that’s no longer thought to be the case…
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Snapchat bought the AR location intellectual property of startup Drop

 Snap Map is Snapchat’s plan to tie together its online content with ways to augment your offline reality, and it’s got the patent to back it up. Augmented reality location startup Drop tells TechCrunch that Snap Inc. acquired its intellectual property in 2015, including its “Location-based messaging” patent. Read More


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Snoozle alarm clock won't be silenced until you get out of bed

The hardest part of any morning (apart from maybe getting out of the warm shower) is extracting yourself from those cosy sheets and blankets. A snooze button within arm’s reach certainly doesn’t make things any easier, so the folks behind Snoozle aim to get slow risers up and at ’em with an alarm clock that won’t be silenced until you carry it across the room. ..
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NVC: Will You Play SNES Again This Fall?

Peer jumps in for our dearly-departed host Jose (he’s alive and well, living in a treehouse up north) to host episode 362 of Nintendo Voice Chat, IGN’s weekly show for all things Nintendo.
He’s joined by Brian, Zach, Andrew, and Sam to celebrate the announcement of the SNES Classic — including its best and worst (if there is such a thing in this collection) games, and talk about the new and upcoming Pokemon Go updates, the latest game releases for Nintendo Switch, and what it’s like to meet grandmaster and end boss of video game design, Shigeru Miyamoto in person. As always, you can watch NVC here on IGN and on our YouTube channel or listen to it on your commute in audio format.
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