Anime News - Free Anime Daily from Madman

Do you like free stuff? Do you like anime? Do you like free anime? OF COURSE YOU DO!

Well thanks to Madman, you can stream new anime every single day of the week for exactly zero earth dollars! We're talking Deadman Wonderland, Steins;Gate, Gosick, Last Exile - Fam The Silver Wing, Persona 4, Nichijou - My Ordinary Life and the upcoming Guilty Crown. So forget about your stupid internet piracy, get your anime for free with Madman.

Check out the full press release below!


Today, Madman Entertainment establishes itself as Australia’s premiere destination for free, full episode video streaming of the latest and greatest anime series’ direct from Japan – with new content screening daily at

The Madman Screening Room offers a secure, free and convenient viewing alternative for audiences who are hungry for content in a time where there are growing concerns over internet piracy.

The current line-up of series’ available on the Screening Room includes PERSONA 4 - the 2011 series based on the popular Japanese RPG game of the same name - and the brand-new comedy series, NICHIJOU – MY ORDINARY LIFE, as well as LASTEXILE – FAM, THE SILVER WING, GOSICK, DEADMAN WONDERLAND and STEINS;GATE.

The hit new series GUILTY CROWN will launch on the Screening Room this Friday, 2nd March - featuring character design by famed illustrator Redjuice, and music from Japanese music group Supercell. Also premiering in the near future will be WAITING IN THE SUMMER, the new series from the creators of PLEASE TEACHER and PLEASE TWINS.

Since its launch in 2009, the Madman Screening Room has premiered such high profile new series’ as FULLMETAL ALCHEMIST: BROTHERHOOD, HIGH SCHOOL OF THE DEAD, SAMURAI GIRLS and more in simulcast with their Japanese television debuts, as well as offering back catalogue favourites including VAMPIRE KNIGHT, SACRED BLACKSMITH and BLACK BUTLER.

For free anime episodes, trailers and more – visit


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