‘Unbreakable Machine Doll’ Anime Gets New Dub Clip

‘Unbreakable Machine Doll’ Anime Gets New Dub Clip FUNimation released the complete series and OVA run for Unbreakable Machine Doll, but they’re making sure to try and draw in a few more dub fans to check out the series. There wasn’t too much in the way of dub promotion for the show outside of the announcement trailer and first clip, so a second clip helps to show off a bit more of the action and emotion in the show. The series is comes with the twelve episodes, two episode commentaries, six OVAs, the promotional videos and the clean opening and closing sequences. It’s all coming inside a solid art box and will come with a “titillating art booklet” as well.

Unbrekable Machine Doll is directed by Christopher Bevins with Bonny Clinkenbeard writing the dub script while Sarah Alys Lindholm and Nora Stevens Heath worked on the translation.

Plot concept: Raishin Akabane and his beautiful companion Yaya enroll at Walpurgis Royal Academy to study Machinart: a dangerous blend of magic and technology. Raishin is a puppeteer capable of using magic to power up Yaya, his automaton, for ruthless battles no mere human could survive. In the wrong hands, Yaya is a deadly weapon, but the honorable Raishin, despite his mysterious quest for vengeance, takes no pleasure in killing for sport. Instead, he joins forces with a harem of gorgeous classmates to unmask those responsible for a rash of heinous human experimentation. If new enemies and terrible grades don’t spell doom for Raishin, he and Yaya might live long enough to conquer the school where magic meets machine!