As the month of May rolls in, Hero TV will be bringing in an amazing Ani-May Festival with a new wave of Japanese series that Anime fans will surely love!
The second installment of “Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal” is now on Hero! In “Yugioh Zexal II,” a new enemy has arrived in the form of Barian. The primary target now is to gather the “numbers” and destroy the Astral world where Yuma and his friends live in because the new enemy is slowly conquering Heartland City without any hesitation! Get your hearts pumping with this new and exciting action series! “Yugioh Zexal II” will premiere on May 24 at 11:30PM with new episodes Mondays to Fridays with replays at 5:30AM, 11:30AM, and 5:30PM.
Otakus (anime and Japanese culture fan in English) should also not miss out on Hero TV’s another offering this May- “Fruits of Grisaia.” The series revolves around the story of Yuuji Kazami, a transfer student who has just been admitted into Mihama Academy. He wants to live an ordinary high school life but this dream of his may not come true any time soon as Mihama Academy is quite the opposite. Consisting of only the principal and five other students, all of whom are girls, Yuuji becomes acquainted with each of them, discovering more about their personalities. Slowly, he begins to learn about the truth behind the small group of students occupying the academy—they each have their own share of traumatic experiences which are tucked away from the world. It is up to Yuuji to become the catalyst to save them from themselves, but how can he save another when he cannot even save himself? Premiering on May 3 at 10:30PM, watch how their stories unfold Mondays to Fridays with a replay at 4:30AM.
Aside from new titles, iconic series such as “Devil Survivor,” “The Eccentric Family,” “Folktales From Japan,” “Hetalia World,” “Initial D:5th Stage,” “Leviathan,” “Log Horizon Season 2,” Naruto Shippuuden 7,” and “Ouran Highschool Hostclub” will also return on Hero TV.
Have your ultimate entertainment fix with Hero TV this May! Catch all these and more only on the number one anime channel in the country.
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