Who's top of the heap at tonight's Anime Awards? We're keeping you updated in real time as the announcements go live! Join us live on Twitch to see the winners for yourself, or hit the jump for live updates!
It is confirmed today that a TV anime adaptation of Masakuni Igarashi's senryu-themed romance comedy manga Senryu Shoujo/Senryu Girl is set to premiere in Japan in the spring of 2019. Popular voice actress Kana Hanazawa is cast as its protagonist girl Nanako Yukishiro, following the manga's web PV produced in 2017. Learn more about the manga and anime after the jump!
The official website for the forthcoming TV anime Kakegurui xx has started streaming a two-minute new PV introducing its OP theme song "Kono Yubi Tomare" (Come and gather at this finger) by JUNNA (the singing voice of Mikumo Guynemer in Macross delta) and announcing its premiere on January 8, 2019. Check out the latest clip from the highly-anticipated new season after the jump!
In addition to Shunya Shiraishi as Nishiki Nishio, the official website for the forthcoming second live-action film project based on Sui Ishida's dark fantasy manga Tokyo Ghoul has confirmed that 24-year-old Kai Ogasawara (Japanese idol unit Chotokkyu/Bullet Train member) is reprising his role as Hideyoshi "Hide" Nagachika, the protagonist Ken Kaneki's human best friend. Check out his first photo from the sequel after the jump.
In the live-streaming program on Nico Nico Live last night, it was officially announced by the main voice cast that the upcoming TV anime adaptation of Aka Akasaka's love comedy manga Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai/Kaguya-sama: Love is War is set to premiere in Japan on January 12, 2019. Check out more new information including a second key visual drawn by the anime character designer Yuko Yahiro.
We've got a little over a month to go before Dragon Ball Super: Broly screenings fire up across the United States and Canada. Funimation went ahead and shared an overview of the anime film's English dub cast list, so see who's playing who after the jump.
In anticipation of the upcoming anime The Rising of the Shield Hero, Crunchyroll Manga has joined forced with One Peace Books to bring you Vol. 1 of The Rising of the Shield Hero manga! Read on for more details!
The Nintendo Switch version of visual novel My Girlfriend is a Mermaid?! is coming to Japan on February 28, 2019, followed by a western release sometime in the same month. See how the heartwarming story kicks off after the jump.
The shared universe of GaoGaiGar and Betterman is coming to print, and it's going to include a special bonus. Get ready for an all new drama CD, and a new cover of GaoGaiGar's epic theme song. More info after the jump!
Even more battles without honor and humanity (and pants) are on their way to Japanese television, because spin-off gag manga Strike Witches 501 Butai Hasshin-shimasu! ("Strike Witches 501st Unit, Taking Off!") is being adapted into a TV anime that will broadcast during the Spring season of 2019. Hit the jump to learn more.
It isn't too often you read a profile of an athlete on Sports Illustrated that leads with a reference to Monkey D. Luffy. It's impossible not to mention the One Piece protagonist and other anime heroes when discussing Memphis Grizzlies rookie Jaren Jackson Jr., though. Read on for the full story!
New BLADE RUNNER - BLACK LOTUS anime series, Code Geass: Lelouch of the Re;surrection movie trailer, live action Cowboy Bebop series, & MORE! Hit the jump for the highlights of the hottest news in anime!
Funimation and Hulu have joined forces in what was announced as a multi-year partnership and output deal. This marks Hulu's largest anime programming agreement, which will expand its catalog with the addition of new subtitled and dubbed titles from Funimation every year. Read on for more.
Moving away from Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai’s touristy locations; this final installment will take a look at the show’s more mundane, humdrum real-world locations, which boast just as much accuracy and detail. Where does Mai get these delicious cream custards from? Where did Sakuta and Tomoe kick each other’s butts? Find out right after the jump!
Crunchyroll Movie Night continues in 2019! Crunchyroll has teamed up with Fathom Events to bring at least four events to the Crunchyroll community over the next year, starting with a theatrical sneak peek of Mob Psycho 100 II. Read on for more.
A new TV spot and the Japanese broadcast schedule have been published for Egao no Daika, an upcoming original science fiction / mecha TV anime that celebrates the 55th anniversary of animation studio Tatsunoko Production. Hit the jump to learn more.