A Silent Voice is a triumph of filmmaking. Shoya and Shoko's story affected me so deeply when I first watched it, I made a video essay on my personal YouTube channel talking about it! I recently re-watched the movie, and I wanted to explore some of the incredibly thoughtful work that went into crafting this amazing film.
Today, we’re announcing that the Crunchyroll family has reached a pretty incredible new milestone–we’ve reached three million paid users around the world and over 70 million overall registered users! Take a moment to come celebrate how large our anime family has become!
Heading the production of every anime is a director, someone who can organize and bring together all of the different individual contributions into one complete work. After his directorial debut with GARO -VANISHING LINE-, Sunghoo Park is now taking the helm of Crunchyroll Original The God of High School. We had the opportunity to talk with Park about his experience working on the anime adaptation of the smash hit WEBTOON series!
Music is the backbone of every anime, but rarely is it so deeply incorporated into the fabric of a movie or series than in the way that Kensuke Ushio crafts his soundtracks. Composers working in anime tend to create all of the music in one go and then hand it off to the director and sound director to score each song to a scene, but Ushio often works hand in hand with directors. We got to talk with Ushio about his work with Masaaki Yuasa in the new anime Japan Sinks 2020.
Tatsumaru Tachibana will be playing protagonist Jin Mori in the upcoming Crunchyroll Original anime The God of High School. We talk with Tachibana about how he broke into the industry, what it's like being a voice actor, and what he thinks about the WEBTOON series the anime is based on.
The composer for A Silent Voice and now Liz and the Blue Bird, Kensuke Ushio, sat down with us to talk about coprime numbers, working with Naoko Yamada again, and the creative process that went into the creation of Liz and the Blue Bird.
For the month of July, Crunchyroll News and Features will be celebrating and honoring Kyoto Animation. With one year behind us since the deadly arson attack, we want to elevate Kyoto Animation with personal essays and features about the studio and the creators behind so many works that have impacted touched our lives.
It's almost July, and that means it's almost time for a brand new season of anime! Crunchyroll is announcing its new lineup of series coming to the site next season, and this article is your source for all of the great anime you'll be able to watch right here!
Crunchyroll speaks with SIU, the creator of Tower of God, for an exclusive interview about his journey to becoming a professional artist, his favorite manga and anime, and much more!
With the diversity of anime on Crunchyroll, we often offer lower resolution content from pre-HD days to our users. With 4K and 8K televisions and monitors becoming more and more common, our engineering team has been exploring new and exciting ways to adapt our service to bridge the gap between lower resolution video encodes and higher resolution displays!
Tower of God is one of this season's biggest hits and we got to interview the director! Read about Takashi Sano's experiences working in the anime industry, Clint Eastwood's influence on his work, and what he would wish for at the top of the tower.
The fourth season of My Hero Academia just closed out, and I bet there are plenty of fans who are looking for something to watch now that Class 1-A's story is on break. We've compiled some anime that fans of the superhero series might enjoy once they start looking for something new to watch!
We want to know what you love about anime, so we've set up a survey where you can tell us everything from your favorite anime to your best girl and beyond. Let your opinions be known after the jump!
In/Spectre is one of the most endearing and unique series to come out of this season of anime. Kotoko and Kuro are at the center of an intriguing story of yokai and romance that swept fans up into a world of love and mystery. At last year’s Crunchyroll Expo, we had a chance to talk with Tatsuya Ishiguro, one of the anime’s producers about how the original novels became an anime, how the main characters were cast, and how he became a producer working in the anime industry.
It's almost April, and that means it's almost time for a brand new season of anime! Crunchyroll is announcing its new lineup of series coming to the site next season, and this article is your source for all of the great anime you'll be able to watch right here!