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Key's Angel Beats! Anime Promo Videos Streamedposted on 2009-05-30 14:12 EDT
The official website for Visual Art's/Key and Aniplex's Angel Beats! television anime series has begun streaming its second and third promotional movies which highlight the two main characters, Yuri and Angel. It also began streaming the first 80-minute episode of the web radio program Maeda Jun no Satsubatsu Radio (Jun Maeda's Brutal Radio), in which the anime series was described as 13 episodes long.
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