We are proud to announce that Crunchyroll is bringing something new and exciting to the week of Anime Expo this year We’re expanding our events out to LA Live (right near to the LA Convention Center) and invite you all to join us at Crunchyroll HQ! Hit the jump for more details!
The summer 2018 anime season is fast approaching, and you'll be seeing plenty of additions to Crunchyroll's simulcast lineup. Consider this post your one-stop, regularly-updated destination for all things summer, so let's take a look at some of the series we can look forward to so far.
Compile Heart's Brave Neptunia game is bringing its Artisan Studios-developed 2D action to the west. Read on for screens and details.
Viz Media has all the bases covered when it comes to the hotly-anticipated second season of the One-Punch Man anime. Read about their latest master licensing update after the jump.
In a move that will surprise practically no one, Shenmue III is going to miss its projected 2018 release window. Originally planned for the second half of the year, the long-awaited followup has now been delayed to sometime in 2019. Read on for more.
Have you ever wanted a fantasy anime with a protagonist you could relate to? One girl's experiences have a lot to offer. Hit the jump to find out how!
Sometimes the best push we can get is from a worthy opponent! Our favourite horse girls push each other above and beyond their previous limits to become the best runners they can through intense rivalries that put audiences on the edge of their seats. What can we learn from them? Hit the jump for more!
Shonen Jump famicom Mini, new Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha key visual, Wake up, Girs! mobile game announced, & More! Hit the jump for the highlights of the hottest news in anime!
Seven Seas Entertainment plans to dive further into the world of Kore Yamazaki's The Ancient Magus' Bride with the release of two novels. Read on for more.
From Comic Girls to Shirobako, a growing number of anime are drawing attention to the processes and struggles artists face in realising their creative endeavors, but what lessons can we learn from our fictional peers? Hit the jump to find out!
Attendees of this weekend's Anime Central 2018 can look forward to a Food Wars! screening on Friday, and Crunchyroll has something special planned for the event. Read on for details!
Lupin III and his gang have comics, TV shows, films, games, and live events to their name – so it's no wonder the show has made itself an almost inextricable part of anime as we know it. Whether it's offhand references, straight-up inspiration, or fashion sense, we can see the show's influence all over the shows we love. Hit the jump for just a few ways Lupin III has become a permament part of the anime world!
Let's face it, sometimes there's no greater treat than pestering your closest friends and family members, and this week on "Cruising the Crunchy-Catalog" we look at AIURA, a 2013 short form TV anime that revels in everyday life's tiny triumphs and tribulations and wallows in the simple joy of needling the ones you love. Hit the jump to learn more.
It's almost time to experience corporate culture so bureaucratic that it's criminal, and the TV anime adaptation of Chuukan Kanriroku Tonegawa ("The Chronicles of Middle Manager Tonegawa"), a comic that parodies Nobuyuki Fukumoto's hard-boiled gambling manga Kaiji by re-imagining the central villains as a bunch of middle management buffoons, has revealed its main voice cast. Hit the jump to learn more.
A new key visual has been published for the upcoming Asagao to Kase-san OAV, an original animation video adaptation based on the yuri romance manga by Hiromi Takashima about a shy girl who loves gardening and a boisterous girl who loves sports falling in love. Hit the jump to check it out.
Musical groups MYTH&ROID and OxT are reprising their roles as the opening and ending theme performers for Overlord III, the continuing TV anime adaptation based on the dark fantasy novels written by Kugane Maruyama and illustrated by so-bin about an ordinary MMORPG player who takes on the role of a supremely powerful undead sorcerer when he finds himself trapped in a world similar to his favorite video game. Hit the jump to learn more.
A new stage play adaptation of Nobuhiro Watsuki's action jidaigeki manga series Rurouni Kenshin is confirmed to be performed at Shinbashi Enbujo in Tokyo from October 10 to November 7 and Osaka Shochikuza in Osaka from November 15 to 24. This is the second stage play based on the manga following the musical edition performed by Takarazuka Revue's Yuki-gumi (Snow Troupe) in 2016. Hit the jump for more details.