Funimation revealed this weekend during Anime Central that they have acquired home media rights to the ongoing sci-fi series Eureka Seven: AO and the Sunrise Studios anime film King of Thorn. The company also announced that Eureka Seven: AO will begin streaming via their official website starting very soon.
I'm sure that you guys already know all about Eureka AO. King of Thorn is an adaptation of a manga written by Yuji Iwahara.
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