posted on 2017-02-09 15:45 EST by Jennifer Sherman
<b>Scum's Wish Limited Valentine's Voice 【Picture Door Sanae】</b>
<b>Scum's Wish Limited Valentine's Voice 【Kasugaoka Fireworks】</b>
<b>Scum's Wish Limited Valentine's Voice 【Noriko Ogito (Best)】</b>
<b>Scum's Wish Limited Valentine's Voice 【Akane Minagawa】</b>
Scum’s Wish Vol.1 1 Blu-ray & DVD Release
Scum’s Wish Amazon and prime video on Japan and overseas exclusive distribution!
February 13, 2017
Scum’s Wish 8th episode PV
Scum’s Wish 9th episode PV
Scum’s Wish 10th episode PV
Scum’s Wish 11th Episode PV
posted on 2017-03-20 02:30 EDT
Dori Sakurada appears in anime while Chika Anzai appears in live-action series
April 17, 2017 8:10am CDT
The second volume of winter Noitamina TV anime adaptation of Mengo Yokoyari’s Scum Wish is scheduled to be released April 26th
May 10, 2018
posted on 2018-05-10 13:31 EDT by Karen Ressler
License includes home video, EST
Interesting. IIRC, this is the first time in a while for Sentai to announce a confirmed dub at time of title announcement
Well, this one is a unique case. It already streamed sometime ago on Amazon. Other similar titles that they’ve picked up, like Knights of Sidonia, already had their dubs streamed.
Considering that many have been wondering if any of the Amazon titles would get dubbed, it makes sense to announce it right away.
Amazon has the streaming numbers and I would think that they shared that information with Sentai so if those numbers were good enough a dub makes sense.
Possibly, though that depends on whether they sublicensed it from Amazon or got the home video rights directly from Japan. It’s also possible that Amazon wanted a dub to stream, or that Sentai is primarily looking at other metrics that they use. It’s hard to say, but it’s getting a dub and that’s what matters.
I’m sure that Sentai has a “Secret Sauce” mix of metrics that they use when deciding on dubs.