A little psycho and a little soccer are what Crunchyroll is offering this week. The futbol anime Bluelock and the long-awaited third season of Mob Psycho 100 both premiere in mere days.
Crunchyroll released Fruits Basket: Prelude, a prequel movie to the famous anime, last June in US theaters. If you missed it there, the film is coming to the streaming service very soon.
We’ve reported several times by now on Suzume, the upcoming third animated movie from Makoto Shinkai (the one behind Your Name, the most successful anime movie of all time). Details were kept vague, but the story seemed solid enough. There was one detail, however, that Sinkai was purposely leaving out. Today the newest trailer was released and we now know the truth. This story has an element that’s, uh, interesting.
Manga publisher Kodansha has revealed three volumes it plans to publish digitally in English next month: Raised by the Demon Kings, The Cafe Terrace and its Goddesses, and Gamaran: Shuma. None are seasonally themed (well, that first one could be interpreted as such, but it’s not really “scary”).
Been waiting for My Hero Academia? The sixth season is almost here. The second half of Spy x Family Season 1? It’s also coming soon. Crunchyroll will be debuting new material for some heavy hitters this weekend, along with a new Gnndam movie.
Those craving new anime will have plenty of it this fall, as Crunchyroll has made perfectly clear with the release of their autumn schedule.
Jujustu Kaisen 0, a feature-length spinoff of the TV series and Shonen Jump manga, was released in US theaters last March. If you missed it there, the time of its home release draws near….mere hours away, in fact. It will be watchable on Crunchyroll starting tomorrow.
Farmer with a Shotgun is finally a playable character in a Dragon Ball game. He got announced as a New Survivor of Dragon Ball: The Breakers. This Game is similar to Dead by Daylight, where ordinary civilians must complete tasks they can escape through a time machine. If you think about it, Being in the DBZ universe can be horror in the eyes of a human civilian.
We’re gradually learning more and more about Suzume, the next anime film from director Makato Shinkai (Your Name, Weathering With You). He’s basically the most successful anime director of the last ten years so all eyes are on his latest project. The music score is usually one of the last elements to go into a film, and Shinkia announced he’s decided who’s doing it: RADWIMPS, a composer group formed in 2001 and working in film and TV scoring since 2005.
We have a debut date AND a dub cast list for Chainsaw Man! The most anticipated anime of 2022 will at last make its premiere on October 11. Crunchyroll showed off a new trailer for the series and revealed who’s playing who.
New York Comic-Con is next month, and anime behemoth Crunchyroll revealed just what they have planned for that event.
With over 1000 TV episodes and 14 movies, the One Piece franchise just keeps sailing along. And its fifteenth movie is an inevitability, having been announced for the US and global market just today. One Piece Red is the name of the feature that will open in Western theaters this November.