International line-up includes multi-language dubs of popular anime including ‘Jujutsu Kaisen,’ ‘So I’m a Spider, So What,’ ‘Burn the Witch,’ and ‘Dr. Stone.’
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A new year of anime fun is yours with a visit from the doctor, a trip to the library, a fight with a dragon, and a visit to a strange new world with The Loot Company’s Crunchyroll crate.
The fall anime line-up keeps getting bigger with new titles, including ‘I’m Standing on a Million Lives;’ ‘Dragon Quest: The Adventure of Dai;’ ‘Is the Order a Rabbit? BLOOM;’ ‘Rail Romanesque;’ and ‘One Room 3rd.’
New season brings a host of fan favorites, new and old, including Crunchyroll originals and exclusives.
Chris Hopewell and Black Dog Films’ stop-motion short reimagines classic 70s ecological anthem 50 years after its original ‘Tea for the Tillerman’ release.
Highlights of the eighth edition, taking place September 16-18, include Opening Night presentation from ‘Madame Tutli-Putli’ producers Clyde Henry Productions, a behind-the-scenes look at LAIKA’s ‘Kubo and the Two Strings,’ and indie stop-motion animator Chris Hopewell, who directed the music video for Radiohead’s ‘Burn the Witch.’