Media Blasters has worked another deal out with Crunchyroll to bring one more of their properties to the streaming service with the arrival today of the series Mouse. The show, which tells the story of a very skilled thief who surrounds himself with beautiful women as operatives rather than being a loner, is a fairly short one and is ideal for bringing in a few new fans. The show has had a couple of releases over the years and you can read our thoughts on them by clicking the Mouse link to the left next to the Series designation.
San Francisco, Calif. (September 21, 2010) Ready to take the spotlight on Crunchyroll, Satoru Akahori¹s manga adaptation, MOUSE, makes it catalog debut on site today. The first six episodes of MOUSE, directed by Yorifusa Yamaguchi, will be available to premium anime and all-access members, while only the first episode will be available to free users. The other five episodes will become available one month later on September 21 for free users. More information can be found on www.crunchyroll.comMouse is surrounds the story of a highly skilled thief who is always in search of the world's most valuable artifacts and unique objects d'art. For over 400 years , a mysterious family tradition requires that every generation select an heir to perpetuate and fill the role of MOUSE, a super stealth thief. The latest incarnation of MOUSE is Professor Severin, a handsome but nerdy young man in his 20s who is, surprisingly, the most popular art teacher at the local college. MOUSE's team of three fearless, flirtatious females specializes in the technical and physical skill to expertly assist him in some of the most daring heists in the annals of crime!Episodes can be accessed from Crunchyroll.com, tv.com, the free iPad and iPhone application, the Boxee application and affiliate partners.