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.
Arienaaaai! Nagisa and Honoka are back on TV, thanks to guest appearances in the new Hugtto! PreCure. Catch screencaps of the historic moment, and find out what we know about what's next, after the jump.
Based on the Sound! Euphonium novels created by author Ayano Takeda, Liz and the Blue Bird is the latest Kyoto Animation-produced feature by A Silent Voice director Naoko Yamada. Those hoping to check it out in English will want to head to this year's Anime Expo. Read on for details.
Yang Wen-li has returned to our screens in the new Legend of the Galactic Heroes series -- and now he's an adorable Nendoroid, too! He's on sale now in the Crunchyroll Store. Check out advance photos, and find out where to get yours, after the jump.
The world of Grisaia is back with a new anime, and there's a new PV showing off what's to come! The latest trailer features the new Grisaia: Phantom Trigger OP, as well as our heroes in action. Watch it after the jump!
It's almost time for the Japanese launch of Digimon ReArise, which aims to bring its training RPG action to iOS and Android devices in Japan this summer. Check out the third full promo after the jump.
Bandai Namco recently announced Tokyo Ghoul: re Call to Exist as a survival action game for PS4. It's due out in Japan this winter, and you can check out the debut screens after the jump.
We're already on to part four of five in Tyson Hesse's series of Sonic Mania Adventures animated shorts. Watch Ray the Flying Squirrel as he attempts to find his friend Mighty the Armadillo after the jump.
New Gundam Breaker is now available on PS4, with the PC version to follow via Steam later this summer. Bandai Namco is ringing in the occasion with a launch trailer featuring some fresh gameplay and cinematic footage.
The Yo-Kai series continues this year, with Yo-Kai Watch 4 scheduled for a 2018 launch on Switch in Japan. There's no concrete date beyond that, but you can see a brief teaser after the jump.
Fans who like their sports anime to have a more mercenary angle are in luck, because Gurazeni: Money Pitch is returning for a second season on BS SKY PerfecTV! beginning in October of 2018. Hit the jump to learn more.
Kakuriyo -Bed & Breakfast for Spirits-, a TV anime adaptation based on the series of "food fantasy" light novels written by Midori Yuuma and illustrated by Laruha about a college student who takes a job as a cook in the spirit-realm, is continuing with a second cour beginning on July 02, 2018, and a new key visual, a new preview video, and new cast additions have been announced for the series. Hit the jump to learn more.
Square Enix is breaking out a blast from the past with the release of "SaGa 1,2,3 Original Soundtrack Revival Disc", a Bluray music release that highlights the musical landscape of the first three games of the SaGa JRPG series, which were released from 1989 - 1991 on the Nintendo Game Boy system. Hit the jump to learn more.
The theatrical anime showings continue to go strong, and the latest have Fathom Events teaming up with Toei Animation to bring a trio of classic Dragon Ball Z features to North American theaters. Read on for details!
As reported, the Idol Time PriPara TV anime series' popular boy idol unit WITH will hold their own live concerts titled "Asamo! Yorumo! Donna Tokimo! always WITH you!! (Morning! Night! Anytime! always WITH you!!) from tomorrow. For the fans who can't wait, they have posted a preview video for the three songs recorded for the concerts, "Sukini Shite IIZE," "DANCE PRINCE," and "ALWAYS WiTH YOU!!!" Check out their brand new songs after the jump!
Following the three "pair" visuals, the official website for the upcoming TV anime adaptation of Nyoijizai's beach volleyball-themed manga Harukana Receive posted a new one to introduce Ai Tanahara and Mai Sunagawa, another high school's pair who are beginners in beach volleyball. Check out their visuals, along with a new CM featuring the OP theme song "FLY two BLUE" after the jump.