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!
So this is how it's gonna be, Takara Tomy? Okay, we'll bite on these screenshot trickles for now, but we're gonna need to see more from the Zoids Wild game soon. Check out the latest image after the jump.
A new key visual and new cast announcements have been revealed for Domestic Girlfriend (known in Japan as Domestic na Kanojo), an upcoming TV anime adaptation about a young man whose love life becomes way more complicated when his father gets remarried and he meets his new step-sisters. Hit the jump to learn more.
Tokyo-based anime production company Production IMS filed for bankruptcy with the Tokyo District Court on September 21, then the court decided to commence bankruptcy proceedings on October 3, Tokyo Shoko Research reported today on October 11. The total amount of the company's debt was reportedly 250 million yen (about 223,000 US dollars). Hit the jump for more details.
Following the first PV posted last month, the official website for the TV anime adaptation of Kiri Wazawa's comedy web manga series Fukigen na Mononokean/The Morose Mononokean announced today that the highly-anticipated second season is set to premiere in Japan in January 2019 and that its official Japanese title is Fukigen na Mononokean: Tsuzuki (Continuation). Hit the jump for more information.
The official YouTube channel for 22-year-old anime voice actress Inori Minase has started streaming a three-minute music video for her 6th single song "TRUST IN ETERNITY" to be released on October 17. It will be featured as the the theme song for Square Enix and Aiming's forthcoming co-produced smartphone game GESTALT ODIN. Watch her new MV featuring story-driven imagery after the jump.
New manga publisher DENPA is set to make a big splash at Anime NYC by bringing artist and designer Range Murata and manga creator Hiroyuki Asada over from Japan for special guest duty. Hit the jump for full details!
The highly-anticipated TV anime adaptation of Seiji Ebisu's love comedy light novel Ore ga Suki nano wa Imouto dakedo Imouto ja Nai/My Sister, My Writer premiered in Japan last night, and what made the viewers surprised was a special guest appearance by the 13 sisters from the Sister Princess franchise (including Mami from the first TV anime) in the beginning of the episode. Hit the jump for more details.
Six months after its theatrical release in Japan, the DVD and Blu-ray of Detective Conan: Zero the Enforcer were released on October 3. According to Oricon's latest sales report, its deluxe editions took the first place both in the weekly DVD and Blu-ray sales charts in its first week. This is the first time for the 22-year-old anime franchise to dominate both charts at the same time. Hit the jump for more details.
With the success of the Grisaia: Phantom Trigger crowdfunding campaign, Frontwing is preparing to make good on its promises of screenings and events. Check out what's first for the new anime after the jump!
Yu-Gi-Oh! manga artist Kazuki Takahashi is creating a new project for the 50th anniversary of Shonen Jump. Titled THE COMIQ, the short manga kicks off this month. Hit the jump to find out more!
Nero, Altera, and Tamamo-no-Mae are all getting their cute on for the Switch release of Fate/EXTELLA LINK! The new Type-Moon release is coming this January, plus linking save-game files will net you even more cool costume options. Find out more after the jump!
Yohane the Fallen Angel is here for you! Show your devotion to the school idol with a new figure from the Crunchyroll Store. Preorders are open now — check out the figure after the jump!
Get ready for a dose of stunningly-animated shorts, because GKIDS acquired the North American rights to the Modest Heroes: Ponoc Short Films Theater, Volume 1 anime anthology. Read on for more.
A new key visual and four more cast members have been revealed for Kengan Ashura, an upcoming TV anime adaptation based on the digital manga written by Sandrovich Yabako and illustrated by Daromeon about pit-fighters who compete in underground fighting matches at the behest of their mega-rich corporate sponsors. Hit the jump to learn more.
Whether you didn't get a chance to see it in theaters or simply want to add it to your collection, Masaaki Yuasa's acclaimed anime film The Night is Short, Walk on Girl is walking on over to home video. Read on for more.