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Gravitation TV Anime and OVA Joins Crunchyroll’s Anime Catalog

We’re here. We’re Queer. We’re in the clear for a humorous boys’ love anime series.

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The world of yaoi was rocked by Maki Murakami’s hit manga series “Gravitation.” Its anime adaption was a huge success and it influenced popular queer anime like Given.

Gravitation has been added to Crunchyroll’s catalog. The TV anime and an OVA will be available for streaming in both English Dub and the original Japanese Dub version on their website from October 14th, 2021 onwards.

Based on a Boys’ Love Manga of the same name, Gravitation follows the journey of Shuichi Shindou, a young man who aspires to be Japan’s best singer.

Gravitation TV Anime and OVA Joins Crunchyroll's Anime Catalog
Shuichi And Eiri Yuki | Source: Fandom

Shuichi creates a band with his best friend and names it Bad Luck, following his favorite idol’s footsteps. And, as if a premonition, he finds himself in the hands of Eiri Yuki, a bold, enigmatic novelist.

Shuichi’s criticism and humiliation at the hands of Yuki, like any good old-fashioned faithful love encounter, just adds to their passion.

Its anime adaptation, which began with a two-episode OVA titled “Gravitation: Lyrics of Love” and later expanded into a 13-episode TV series titled “Gravitation,” had a plethora of fantastic songs.

Gravitation was popular in the 1990s, and it was acclaimed for being a progressive narrative.

Murakami’s Gravitation, which will be available for streaming on Crunchyroll, Funimation, and RetroCrush, is set to make us blush and fluster.

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About Gravitation

Gravitation is a Boys Love manga series penned by Maki Murakami.

The story follows Shuichi Shindou, a young man who aspires to be Japan’s top singer. While writing his lyrics, the wind takes it away and drops it into the hands of a bold, enigmatic novelist named Eiri Yuki.

Yuki aggressively insults and humiliates Shuichi, yet despite his outrage at Yuki’s cruel comments, Shuichi is drawn to him.

This yaoi was adapted into an anime series in 1999, first as an OVA and then as a 13-episode TV anime series.

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