Via Okazu -- Crunchyroll is apparently getting ready to offer up the first simulcast of the summer season (at least as far as I'm aware), the anime adaptation of the yuri-themed Aoi Hana manga.
Not only that, it's going to air in less than four hours from the time that I'm typing this. And yet, no press release or anything. Sneaky!
That said: I was a bit worried when I realized that I didn't know of plans to simulcast ANY of the new summer shows, a big change from the last couple of seasons-- Ristorante Paradiso , Saki , Natsu no Arashi , Shangri-La , these are just a few of the simulcasts from spring.
The second cause for my worry was that perhaps Japanese companies had pulled out in the wake of the One Piece simulcast debacle, so I'm VERY glad to see a summer simulcast at last! Perhaps Crunchyroll has just been waiting for Anime Expo to unleash a few more simulcasts on the world?
Okay, how many of you are going to watch the episode when it goes online?