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    Sunday November 29, 2020
  • Next My Hero Academia Anime Film to Open in Japan in Summer 2021

    Film to be supervised by manga creator Kohei Horikoshi

    After being teased last week, the next anime film in the My Hero Academia franchise has finally been announced, combining the visuals that were featured on the websites for the franchise. It was also revealed that the manga creator Kohei Horikoshi will be supervising the film as well! Read his comments after the jump!

  • Tuesday November 24, 2020
  • Act-Age Manga Writer Confessed to His Alleged Crimes in 1st Day in Court

    The series was already canceled in Weekly Shonen Jump

    Japan's national broadcaster, NHK, reported on November 24 that the writer of the Act-Age manga series, Tatsuya Matsuki, had his trial in Tokyo District Court today. Matsuki was previously arrested in August for allegedly performing obscene acts on two junior-high-school aged girls in Nakano Ward of Tokyo. Read on for more.

  • Sunday November 22, 2020
  • My Hero Academia Twitter Accounts Sends Fans on Hunt for New Project Visual

    Seems to be separate from the upcoming 5th anime season

    Fans of My Hero Academia today were sent on a quest by three Twitter accounts related to the franchise, the TV anime account, the anime film account, and the manga account, to uncover a new visual teasing an upcoming project relating to the franchise.  We uncovered the clues for you, right after the jump!

  • HAIKYU‼ TO THE TOP TV Anime Serves Up 'Inarizaki Climax' Mid-Season Trailer

    The Haikyu!! ball is in Crcunhyroll's court this season!

    As the HAIKYU‼ TO THE TOP TV anime moves into the last quarter of the fourth season, the official Twitter account for the anime franchise released a new "Climax of the battle against Inarizaki" trailer during a special live stream that featured the voices actors from the series. Spike past the jump to check it out!

  • Monday November 16, 2020
  • Japanese Weekly Shonen Jump Fans Rank The Series That Made Them Cry

    The top 2 are expected, but the third will surprise!

    The biggest manga magazine in the world, Weekly Shonen Jump, has produced hit after hit, creating franchises that are known all around the world, and touching the lives of billions. Popular Japanese ranking website Goo Ranking polled 2,310 people from June 19 to July 3 on which Jump series made them cry. Check out the top 10 after the jump!