Black Jack 21, Monsuno, and Treasure Island Anime Arrive on TubiTV

(Last Updated On: September 19, 2023)

Tubi TV has recently enriched its library with three captivating additions. First up is “Black Jack 21,” the sequel to the 2004 anime adaptation of Osamu Tezuka’s beloved “Black Jack” manga.

This new installment, consisting of 17 episodes, originally aired from April to September 2006 on YTV.

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Black Jack 21, Monsuno, and Treasure Island Anime

The 2004-2006 television anime adaptation of Osamu Tezuka’s “Black Jack” manga, spanning an impressive 62 episodes, also graces Tubi TV. Anime Sols, a now-defunct streaming and crowdfunding platform, passionately funded and released the first 26 episodes on DVD with English subtitles. Crunchyroll followed suit by streaming the initial 28 episodes, again with English subtitles, while Amazon Prime treated viewers to a fresh dub in August 2018.

Adding to the diversity of Tubi TV’s offerings is “Monsuno,” a thrilling 52-episode Japanese-animated series that originally premiered on TV Tokyo in October 2012. U.S. audiences were introduced to this action-packed saga in February 2012 on the Nicktoons channel. “Monsuno” revolves around the awakening of ancient Monster DNA, which inadvertently falls into the hands of adventurous young boys. The collaboration of Jakks Pacific, Dentsu Entertainment USA, FremantleMedia Enterprises, and The Topps Company brought this captivating project to life.

Steering the helm of “Monsuno” was director Yoshiaki Okumura, known for works like “Antique Bakery” and “Elementhunters.” Yuichiro Hayashi, recognized for his contributions to “PES: Peace Eco Smile” and “Sōten Kōro,” took on character design duties, while the music was masterfully composed by Shinnosuke, famous for his work on “Blue Exorcist” and “Sorcerous Stabber Orphen.”

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Lastly, Tubi TV offers a nostalgic gem in the form of Osamu Dezaki’s 1978 classic anime series, “Treasure Island,” based on Robert Louis Stevenson’s timeless novel. In March, Discotek Media presented this treasure on Blu-ray Disc, featuring all 26 episodes in stunning 1080p resolution, complete with Japanese audio and English subtitles.


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Fauzia Khan
Fauzia, a New York-based college professor and part-time anime writer of Indian origin, effortlessly marries her Hyderabad roots with her love for romantic manga and manhwa. Deeply passionate about anime, especially the character Ichigo, her writing continues to captivate fans worldwide.

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