It comes as no surprise to any Otaku that anime has found itself a nice cozy spot in the internet sunbeam, to stretch out, expand and stream. When sites like Crunchyroll started streaming subtitled anime for people, it was only a matter of time before the TV networks sidled up and pushed their way into the sunbeam to catch some rays of their own.
By now you have all heard about Hulu, with its catchy celebrity alien ads and such, but you may not know that Hulu also streams anime. They actually have a nice collection of programs, including a few new shows such as Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood. Some of the shows can be watched in 480p, and give you a choice to either A: Watch the show with three short 15 to 30 second commercials interspersed or B: watch a long three minute commercial (Where you can use that time to make a sandwich or use the toilet. Why would you actually sit there and watch a three minute commercial?) prior to starting your episode with no interruptions during the viewing. Some programs even give you the option of watching it either subbed or dubbed depending on your preference.
So kick off this inaugural (and hopefully reoccurring) article, I chose a show I was extremely happy to see on the site, One Piece.