Cruchyroll has put out its schedule of Blu-Ray releases for this May. Why should you still buy Blu-Rays? Because, for one thing, all the digital titles people owned under the Funimation label are now null and void. Those who bought the titles on disc don’t have problems like this.
You might think you can find the Crunchyroll app on everything, but there are still a few holes yet to be filled. As of this week there’s one hole less: Crunchyroll has successfully launched their app on Samsung’s Smart TV store.
Now that Spy x Family Code: White has opened in Japan, how long until we get it here? Not too long, according to Crunchyroll, who revealed today their global release plans for the feature film based on the hit Spy x Family TV series.
Many share the fantasy of eternal youth or revisiting youth once it’s gone. Currently, technology hasn’t fulfilled this wish, and the magical McGuffin from movies remains fictional. Kadokawa Animation has unveiled the trailer for ‘Grandpa and Grandma Turn Young Again,’ a manga series by Kagiri Araido that began serialization in 2019.
Solo Leveling started running on Crunchyroll January 6. It’s the first Japanese anime based on a Korean manhwa (their version of manga). Up to this point we knew nothing of any plans for an English dub, but Crunchy revealed all today.
Tomorrow marks the day something different comes to Crunchyroll, though you may not realize it at first glance. The new anime Solo Leveling premieres in just a few hours — the first Japanese animation based on a Korean manga (which they call “Manhwa” over there).
We don’t suppose there was any doubt that the Jujutsu Kaisen anime would be continuing, but it was confirmed by studio MAPPA almost immediately after the last episode of Season 2 was released in Japan. No specific release date was announced for it, but….Season 2 just ended, so it won’t be tomorrow.
Crunchyroll has announced the acquisition of the new anime feature Great Pretender Razbliuto, as well as a theatrical run for the film.
I love One Piece, but the one thing that prevents me from making a full recommendation of the anime to others is hearing the question “where do I start?” And, uh, that’s gotten hard. Ideally starting from the beginning would be best, but it could take you literal years to catch up to where it currently is, 1,100 episodes later.
You’ll want to get out of your chair for this one: Suzume, Makoto Shinkai’s latest anime feature film, now has a date for its own physical Blu-Ray release. Crunchyroll made the announcement this morning.
Crunchyroll has a packed lineup ready to go for the start of 2024. 25 shows are planned to debut in the next few weeks, and this isn’t counting the existing shows that will be continuing with new episodes.
It’s not often that Japan adapts an anime from a KOREAN comic, but that’s what’s happening with Solo Leveling, the series Crunchyroll has announced for its service next month. The anime is based on the hit manhwa (Korea’s term for manga) by author Chugong.