We've got 42 trailers for you! The depth and breadth of the platform’s new slate is truly impressive, with top titles including ‘Jujutsu Kaisen Season 2;’ ‘One Piece;’ ‘Dr. Stone;’ and ‘Goblin Slayer’ among others; news shows and seasons already underway.
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The anime platform will premiere ‘One Piece’ and ‘Dr. Stone,’ bring new exclusive merch, and host a variety of panels; event runs October 12-15.
The episode follows a crew of Eren’s old allies and enemies as they band together to try and stop his deadly mission; streams on Crunchyroll September 10.
The leading anime platform celebrates the episodic milestone from the popular anime, based on the manga by creator Eiichiro Oda.
Multiple titles coming later this year include ‘Frieren: Beyond Journey’s End,’ and ‘The Demon Prince of Momochi House;' trailer also released for 'Shangri-La Frontier.'
The zombie comedy anime series follows Akira Tendo as he’s freed by the doldrums of his work life by the zombie apocalypse; subtitled simulcasts began July 9.
The series’ second special will conclude the epic anime that follows a motley crew who must scramble to halt Eren’s deadly mission, streaming on Crunchyroll this Fall.
Watch the trailer - based on Gege Akutami’s manga, the dark fantasy anime returns July 6 with episodes released weekly, both subbed and dubbed.
More than 40 new titles are coming to the platform, including ‘Horimiya: The Missing Pieces,’ ‘Mushioku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation,’ and ‘Reborn as a Vending Machine, I now wander the Dungeon.’
15 movies from Toei Animation will join the anime streamer catalog this summer, with the first set released June 22.
The eighth edition of the Anime Awards will take place next March 2, co-hosted by voice actress Sally Amaki and presenter Jon Kabira.
The company will host over 20 panels, activations, and premieres including for ‘JUJUTSU KAISEN,’ ‘Horimiya: The Missing Pieces,’ and ‘Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation.’
Titles coming to the streamer include ‘Horimiya: The Missing Pieces;’ ‘The Great Cleric;’ ‘Rent-a-Girlfriend Season 3;’ ‘Am I Actually the Strongest?;’ ‘I’m in Love with the Villainess;’ ‘I Shall Survive Using Potions!;’ and ‘MF GHOST.’
The series, based on Koyoharu Gotoge’s manga, follows Tanjiro Kamado as he joins the Demon Slayer Corps; show debuts May 28 with new episodes dropping weekly.
The newest addition to the ‘PSYCHO-PASS’ sci-fi thriller franchise continues the story of young inspector Akane Tsunemori and the authoritarian Sibyl System in futuristic Japan; film hits cinemas July 14 with advanced fan showings July 11 and July 13.
New titles include ‘That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime The Movie: Scarlet Bond;’ ‘The Quintessential Quintuplets Movie;’ ‘Mobile Suit Gundam Cucuruz Doan's Island;’ ‘Free! -the Final Stroke- Part 1 and 2;’ ‘To Every You I’ve Loved Before;’ and ‘To Me, The One Who Loved You.’
Actor Nichole Sakura, who voices the film’s titular character, shares how summers spent as a kid in Japan provided unique insight into her role, and helping write the English dub, on Makoto Shinkai’s latest film, born of his survivor’s guilt having lived through the devastating Great East Japan Earthquake of 2011.
The action horror anime series follows convict Gabimaru on his quest to find the Elixir of Life and buy his freedom.
A huge block of animation is on its way - the anime destination unveils its April premiere schedule, so check out 26 trailers and get psyched for spring!
The hit post-apocalyptic series’ third season debuts April 6, with the English dub version streaming April 20.
The Netflix series about a street kid trying to survive in a technology and body modification-obsessed future metropolis leads all winners with 6 awards, while ‘JUJUTSU KAISEN 0’ takes best film along with 3 others, in this weekend’s ceremony livestreamed from Tokyo.
The off-the-wall fantasy follows Mash Burnedead, a non-magical body-building enthusiast who finds himself enrolled in Magic School; streaming this April.
The leading anime platform boasts a-list slate of presenters participating in this year’s award ceremony taking place Mach 4; returning to the genre’s birthplace, the event streams live from Tokyo, honoring creators, musicians, and performances across streaming and theatrical.
Anime of the Year nominees include ‘Attack on Titan Final’ Season Part 2, ‘Cyberpunk: Edgerunners,’ ‘Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Entertainment District Arc,’ ‘Lycoris Recoil,’ ‘Ranking of Kings’ Cour 2, and ‘SPY x FAMILY;’ fans can vote every day, in every category, through January 25 – winners will be announced March 4.