The fall 2018 anime season is upon us, so it's time for a flurry of new announcements from Crunchyroll! We'll keep updating this post and the attached chart with each new addition, so keep checking back for more!
The official website for My Hero Academia: Two Heroes, the all-new anime feature film based on Kohei Horikoshi's action shonen manga, confirmed today that its DVD and Blu-ray are set to be released in Japan on February 13, 2019. Both disc's "Plus Ultra" editions come with a newly-recorded drama CD based on the BBQ scene by the class 1A students, illustrated in the film's ending. Hit the jump for more details about the release.
Four days before its theatrical release in Japan, the official Twitter for the all-new anime film Haikara-san ga Tooru: Hana no Tokyo Dai Roman (Here Comes Miss Modern: Big Romance in Tokyo of Flowers) posted a new visual featuring the protagonist Benio Hanamura and her fiancé Shinobu Ijuin, who are holding each other tight in Tokyo hit by an unprecedented disaster. Check out the latest visual after the jump.
Following the first one in September, the official website for the "final chapter" of the anime series based on Shuichi Asou's The Disastrous Life of Saiki K. comedy manga posted a second teaser visual featuring its main characters in Oshimai-city. The manga's last episode told their trip to the city. Hit the jump for more details.
As part of its ongoing "ONE PIECE HALLOWEEN 2018" fair, the Tokyo One Piece Tower theme park has been holding "One Piece Narikiri Contest 2018" (narikiri means "turning completely into the role/character") every Saturday, and the winner of its solo division was chosen on October 13. Check out the photos of the participants after the jump!