Crunchyroll Simulpubs Cardcaptor Sakura, Ghost in the Shell Manga

Ashidaka the Iron Hero is also on the way from Kodansha

Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card

 

In addition to all the anime announcements, Crunchyroll revealed three new manga simulpubs during its Anime Expo Lite industry panel. The latest titles to launch on the manga service come from Kodansha Comics, and include ASHIDAKA - The Iron Hero, Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card, and The Ghost in the Shell: The Human Algorithm.

 

All three titles are available now: 

 

ASHIDAKA - The Iron Hero

 

 

Synopsis: 

In a world where everyone bears metal arms, a demon bearing a hundred pairs of metal arms threatens total destruction on the world and everyone who lives within it. But even in the face of total hopelessness, a group of warriors is ready to tackle this desperate challenge! A boy named Ashidaka, with two pairs of metal arms of his own, gathers his companions for the sacred war to come…

 

Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card

 

 

Synopsis: 

Guided by the Key of Dreams, Sakura embarks on a new adventure! With over 15 million copies in print in Japan alone, plus translations in over a dozen languages, the original Cardcaptor Sakura is an international phenomenon you can’t miss! And now, the long-awaited new chapter begins! It is spring, with cherry trees in full blossom, and Sakura is just entering middle school. Her beloved Syaoran has returned from Hong Kong, and life couldn’t be better. But when she awakens from a strange dream to find her Sakura Cards powerless, how can she protect Tomoeda from disaster?!

 

The Ghost in the Shell: The Human Algorithm

 

 

Synopsis:

This brand-new chapter fills in the gaps between The Ghost in the Shell: Human-Error Processor and Man-Machine Interface manga with a tense cyberpunk thriller written by Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex script writer Junichi Fujisaku.

 

Be sure to check out our Originals and anime posts for the rest of the Crunchyroll Industry Panel news! 

 

 

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Joseph Luster is the Games and Web editor at Otaku USA Magazine. You can read his webcomic, BIG DUMB FIGHTING IDIOTS at subhumanzoids. Follow him on Twitter @Moldilox. 

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