If Tubi is one of your go-to spots for streaming anime, three more titles recently made their way to the service. The latest additions include Black Jack 21, Monsuno and Treasure Island.
Following the act of the 62-episode 2004 Black Jack anime, Black Jack 21 aired for 17 episodes from April to September 2006. Satoshi Kuwabara served as chief director and Makoto Tezuka directed the continuing adaptation of the classic Osamu Tezuka manga.
The 52-episode Monsuno made its debut on TV Tokyo in 2012 and aired in the U.S. via Nicktoons that February. Yoshiaki Okumura directed the series at anime production house Larx Entertainment.
Dialing things back further is 1978’s Treasure Island, the 26-episode anime adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic novel directed by the legendary Osamu Dezaki. This and the other two titles are available in their entirety on TubiTV, as is the Treasure Island anime film.