Anime Expo, one of North America's biggest and best known anime conventions, will be going face-to-face once again next year. The announcement was made as part of a press release detailing this year's Anime Expo Lite. Get the details after the jump!
The SPJA announced on Wednesday that registration is open for the Anime Expo Lite event, returning this year over July 3-4 with all ticket sale proceeds going to the Hate is a Virus commUNITY Action Fund. Hit the jump to read more!
The SPJA announced today that the physical Anime Expo event in Los Angeles scheduled for July 2-5 will be canceled, but the Anime Expo Lite event will return for another year. Hit the jump to read more.
In addition to all of Funimation's streaming announcements during its FunimationCon and Anime Expo Lite panels, the company confirmed plans to expand streaming services to Mexico and Brazil. The expansion officially kicks off in Fall 2020 with the first title, Tokyo Ghoul:re. Read on for more.
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, so read on for details!
VIZ Media took its panel online with Anime Expo Lite today, bringing a handful of never-before-revealed announcements with them. Among the reveals were a bunch of titles scheduled for Spring 2021, so read on for an overview.
In addition to the new Crunchyroll Originals, a bunch of new additions were announced for Crunchyroll's lineup during today's Anime Expo Lite industry panel. See what else is on the way!
Crunchyroll had a bunch of announcements to make during its Anime Expo Lite industry panel today, including more info on three new Crunchyroll Originals. Read on for the latest!
If you thought this week's previous six announcements were a lot in one go for Yen Press, the publisher just more than doubled that during its Anime Expo Lite industry panel. Read on for all the announcements that were made.
Anime Expo as we know it may be off this year, but there's still plenty to look forward to at the online version, Anime Expo Lite. Crunchyroll will be present and accounted for with an Industry Panel, so let's make sure everyone knows how to watch it as it all goes down. Watch on Twitch and read on for details.