HIDIVE Acquires Streaming Rights for Gunparade March

Friday, November 2nd, 2018

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Gunparade March featured

On the same day that it begins offering its content on VRV, HIDIVE has announced that it has acquired streaming rights for Gunparade March in North America. Starting November 8th at 17:00 UTC, HIDIVE members can view subbed or dubbed versions of the show. From that date forward, new subbed and dubbed episodes of the show will be added every Thursday.

A Maiden Japan summary of the show is as follows:

In 1945, an alien invasion ended World War II and united humanity against a common enemy. Now, more than 50 years later and after countless deaths, a new group of teenagers have been drafted to train as pilots of the advanced combat mecha known as Humanoid Walking Tanks (HWTs). For Atsushi Hayami and the rest of his class (Platoon 5121), their chances of living to see their twenties now rely on the hardened battle steel of their armor, the courage and strength of their comrades in arms and the tactics of superior officers who see them as game pieces to be played against the Phantom Beasts. Friendships and love blossom against a battle-torn landscape, and every day is another desperate struggle to survive a seemingly endless war in Gunparade March!

For more information about this and other upcoming shows from the service, visit HIDIVE’s website or follow them on Twitter.

SOURCE: Press Release

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