The Crunchyroll team’s working hard on the 2021 Anime Awards, but before we tease any information about next year’s event, we wanted to give you an extra opportunity to get involved!
An anime adaptation of the six volume novel series Sword Art Online: Progressive by Reki Kawahara has been announced, following the completion of Sword Art Online: Alicization - War of Underworld 2nd Season.
If you've been hungry for more anime based on the work of Bleach creator Tite Kubo, you don't have much longer to wait. The anime adaptation of Kubo's BURN THE WITCH manga is coming to Crunchyroll on October 2nd, and you can check out the new English-subtitled version of the trailer inside.
August is coming, and along with ice cream, crying over Subaru’s backstory, and even louder crickets at night, the month is also bringing some updates to the Crunchyroll catalog.
This morning, Houston-based anime distributor Sentai Filmworks announced their slate of home video releases for October 2020. The slate led with a premium box set for Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon Season 2, but notably, the 2014 P.A. WORKS fan-favorite SHIROBAKO was included as well with a new “Complete Collection” edition, which will feature a new English dub made for the release. SHIROBAKO Complete Collection will release on October 13th, 2020, and is available for pre-order on Sentai Filmwork’s site, as well as RightStuf and other e-commerce platforms.
Hiroyuki Takei's Shaman King is returning to the world anime in April 2021, according to the official website for the franchise. The series is announced to adapt all 35 volumes of Hiroyuki Takei's famous manga, similar to how Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood or Fruits Basket revisited their respective franchises many years after a first anime project that completed before the manga was able to provide the canonical ending.
Crunchyroll will be in attendance at Cloud Matsuri, with our industry panel at 20:00 UTC on Saturday, May 30th. We look forward to seeing you there!!
The Crunchyroll team is excited to share details about our partnership with HBO Max!! Last week, the launch date for the new streaming platform was revealed: May 27th. On day 1, you'll be able to explore a collection of 17 of your favorites from the Crunchyroll catalog on HBO Max, bringing great anime to stand side-by-side with series like HBO's Barry (a CR staff favorite!), the upcoming Adventure Time special Adventure Time: Distant Lands, and many, many more! South Park, Konosuba, the DC universe, Doctor Who, and Re:ZERO all side-by-side? That's powerful!!
To ensure the safety of the Crunchyroll team, we’re making some changes to the production schedule of our English dubs. While our efforts surrounding pre and post production of these dubs will continue, we put a hold on recording for the foreseeable future. As a result, please anticipate a pause in new English dub releases after the following episodes of the series inside this article.
Finally...a worthy burger arrives in anime.
The 2020 Anime Awards are soon approaching, and we’re excited to share a few updates with all of you today! This is our fourth Anime Awards, and we’ve been working hard to make it better every year! Please read ahead on updates to our categories and judges.
It's simple - just pose like a One Piece character in the anime, post your side-by-side on your Twitter or Instagram using the hashtag #OnePiece20, and you're set! Make sure you're following Crunchyroll's offiical account on whichever platform you post on so that we can contact you if you're a winner ~
In the last week or two, some of you may have seen some changes to the Crunchyroll video player on desktop and web browsers. Today, now that 50% of visitors to Crunchyroll will be experiencing their favorite anime this way, we’re pleased to announce that we’re rolling out a new video player! In the coming days, barring any major bugs, we’ll be updating the web player for all Crunchyroll fans around the world. We hope this makes watching anime with us even better for all of you!