Funimation has delayed its dub of the anime adaptation of manga by Nine-Tailed Fox manga series “Death Note Dub.”
Funimation released the anime in Japan last November.
The dub of “Death Notes” was scheduled to premiere in Japan on April 13.
Funimation had said in November that the dub would premiere in North America and the United Kingdom on April 15.
The anime will be available on the Funimation App, Funimation’s digital subscription service, beginning on April 20.
FuniziN announced on Wednesday that it had delayed the anime’s premiere in the United States until June 2.
“Death notes” is a manga written by Miki Nakano and illustrated by Kiyoshi Otsuka.
The series has been licensed by Viz Media and released in North American, European, and Asian markets.
FuniN previously released the English dub of a version of the series titled “The End of the Beginning.”
FuniVibe also streamed a new trailer for the dub of an English-language version of “The Beginning” earlier this month.
The video features footage from “Death note” and other characters in the anime.
“The Death Note” anime is a live-action adaptation of the popular Japanese manga series, which was first published in 1992.
The show stars Shiro Sagisu as Miki, a young detective who is assigned to the Japanese branch of the Nine-tailed Fox Agency.
Sagisu plays the protagonist Maki.
The character is known for being a strong and cunning woman, and has the ability to control the spirits of the dead.
Sagisu was the first female lead in a live action anime and first female to star as a major character in a major franchise.