Summer is just around the corner, and with it comes a wave of new anime! This is your guide to all the new shows coming to Crunchyroll next season
Finally, the official website for the upcoming live-action film Gintama 2: Okite wa Yaburu tame ni koso Aru (The Rule is surely there to be broken) unleashes a two-minute trailer packed with full of fun and actions, including a car chase in an open field. The clip also introduces the film's theme song "Daifuseikai" (Hugely Wrong) by three-member Japanese rock band back number. Watch the scenes from the highly anticipated sequel after the jump!
Soon after the on-air of the anime's second episode in Japan, avex's official YouTube channel started streaming a short version music video for "Saiaku na Hi demo Anata ga Suki." (I Like You Even on My Worst Day.), the ED theme song for the TV anime How NOT to Summon a Demon Lord, performed by the main heroine Shera L Greenwood's voice cast Yu Serizawa. Watch her unrequited love-themed clip after the jump!
The full title was revealed for the Dragon Ball Super anime film earlier this week, with Dragon Ball Super: Broly set to open in Japan on December 14. North American fans won't have to wait long to see the epic big-screen Broly brawl in theaters, though! Read on for details.
It’s a bird! It’s a place! It’s ANIME CITY, Crunchyroll News’ exclusive manga-style photo report! And this time, editor in chief Patrick Macias puts on a cape and tights and flies straight into the newly opened My Hero Academia themed cafe in Tokyo to check out the food, folks, and FUN inside! Enjoy after the jump!
Following up their recent reveal as playable characters in My Hero One's Justice, retired Pro Hero Gran Torino and ultra-ripped villain Muscular are here with their debut trailers. Read on for more.
Capcom and Pure Imagination Studios are teaming up to create a 3D animated special based on the popular Monster Hunter series of video games. Hit the jump to learn more.
Golden Kamuy may be over, but it has left a long trail of bloody wounds and exciting battles behind. Hit the jump as we look over what made these moments so heart-racing and thrilling at the same time!
Here there be dragons! Character goods maker MOVIC is rolling out a limited run of made-to-order dragon plushies featuring one of the main characters of Dragon Pilot - Hisone and Masotan, an original TV anime that is coming to U.S. Netflix on September 21, 2018. Hit the jump to learn more.
There are some series that are worth it just for that single scene – the times when everything comes together just right. Find out some of our selections after the jump!
My Hero Academia is prepared to debut its first fighter this October, making the interesting choice to go with a minimalist, brawler-style arena fighter with destructible environments and customization. The title has notes from a few older Shonen Jump titles and was surprising fun to pick up and play with strangers at Anime Expo 2018! Hit the jump for our impressions!
The room presentation competition was one of most tense and exciting moments offered by My Hero Acedemia but, while the competition was fierce, a certain chiffon cake gives cause to doubt the neturality of the judges. I offer myself up as an unbiased third party to offer a more comprehensive ranking of the 17 rooms displayed by the UA students. Hit the jump to see the true room ranking!
If you were floored by the first season of the Mob Psycho 100 anime—which adapts the manga by ONE—you're probably as excited for the second as we are. The official website updated with an awesome new visual and more information, so hit the jump to check it out!
Super Neptunia RPG marks the first opportunity for a western dev to get its hands on the Neptunia franchise. You can check out the opening movie along with Eri Sasaki's "Dia vo Lhizer" theme after the jump.
Black Clover: Quartet Knights isn't the only Black Clover-inspired game on the horizon. There's also the recently-revealed Black Clover: Fantasy Knights, a kingdom protection RPG that's coming to iOS and Android in Japan this year. Hit the jump for the first promo.
Actress Kikuko Inoue (Belldandy in Oh! My Goddess, Kasumi Tendo in Ranma 1/2) is lending her voice to people who wish to create beautiful music, because samples of Inoue's voice form the framework for a new Vocaloid virtual idol character known as Sora Haruno. Hit the jump to learn more.