As far as pricing goes, anime streaming services will definitely not break the bank. The most affordable service I reviewed, Daisuki, costs just $5.00 per month. Funimation, which has a much larger catalog, is just $5.99 a month. Crunchyroll, the 8,000-pound Mechagodzilla of this category, costs just $6.95 a month. Netflix, with its humble anime offerings but massive film, TV, and original programming catalog asks $7.99 per month. That’s same price as Hulu, which brings contemporary domestic TV to the table, along with a surprisingly deep anime offering.

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But those numbers don’t tell the whole story. Hulu and Netflix do not have a free service tiers, while Crunchyroll, Daisuki, and Funimation do. In most cases, the catalog of shows available to free viewers is just a sliver of the total, however, and the free shows usually include ads.