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    Thursday October 6, 2022
  • Final Season of Netflix's 3DCG ULTRAMAN Anime Will Air in Spring 2023

    Key visual debuted at NYCC teases the beginning of the end

    The end is night for Netflix's ULTRAMAN anime! It was announced today at New York Comic Con that the 3DCG adaptation of the manga series will air its previously announced final season early next year. Check out the teaser visual, as well as the first announcements about the final season, after the jump!

  • One Piece Film Red Tickets Now on Sale for North America, Australia and New Zealand

    English voice cast revealed ahead of NYCC panel on October 8

    One Piece Film Red is set to take over New York Comic Con (and Times Square!) this weekend, and Crunchyroll came through with some new details on the release and ticket sales. Read on for more.

  • Tuesday September 27, 2022
  • One Piece Film Red Times Square Takeover and More Planned for NYCC

    Toei Animation lines up red carpet premiere for the latest big screen adventure

    Toei Animation outlined all of its big plans for this year's New York Comic Con, and fans can look forward to a looming presence from One Piece Film Red and other titles. Read on for more.

  • Wednesday September 14, 2022
  • Crunchyroll Heads to NYCC 2022 with Chainsaw Man English Dub Premiere and More [UPDATED]

    Catch all the events Crunchyroll is hosting at NYCC from October 6-9

    Get ready for a New York Comic Con to remember as Crunchyroll is heading to the Javits Center from October 6-9 with a whole schedule filled with exciting news and exclusive premieres! Hit the jump to read more!

  • Saturday October 9, 2021
  • Chainsaw Man Takes Home 'Best Manga' at Harvey Awards

    Inuyasha creator Rumiko Takahashi inducted into the Hall of Fame

    The comic book industry's Harvey Awards revealed its winners last night, announcing that Tatsuki Fujimoto's Weekly Shonen Jump series Chainsaw Man received the award for Best Manga, while the iconic creator behind Inuyasha and Ranma ½, Rumiko Takahashi, was inducted into the Hall of Fame. See their comments after the jump!