The KONOSUBA film is getting an extra-special airing at Tokyo's EJ Anime Theater, complete with guest appearances from the stars! Plus, moviegoers can pick up one-of-a-kind merch, including their own plush Chomusuke. Preview the goodies after the jump!
Google is going all-in on cloud gaming with its Stadia platform, and a handful of games were announced during the Stadia Connect presentation. One of the titles is Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle, and you can see the announcement trailer after the jump.
The ending theme song performer has been revealed for Assassins Pride, an upcoming TV anime based on the series of fantasy light novels written by Kei Amagi and illustrated by Nino Ninomoto about a young woman from a family of aristocrats who is tasked with protecting the people from monsters despite not being gifted with the magical powers of her predecessors. Hit the jump to learn more.
Motion capture anime BUSINESS FISH turned a series of LINE stamps into a TV series... and its ending theme turns a vintage Showa-era song into a modern dance number! Check out the s**t kingz dancing to a new mix of "Sudara Bushi" in the full-length MV after the jump.
Are you considering going to Crunchyroll Expo, but have only experienced smaller-sized conventions before? No worries! We've assembled a guide to what to expect, what you'll find familiar, and the extra fun you'll have by joining us this month in New Crunchy City. Hit the jump to get ready for your big trip!
Crunchyroll announced the addition of two more English dubs today, including Chain Chronicle - The Light of Haecceitas - and The Testament of Sister New Devil BURST. Check out the details for both launches below, because you'll be able to start digging in this afternoon! Read on for more.
Tokyo Ghoul fans can look forward to digging into a co-op survival action take on Sui Ishida's series when Tokyo Ghoul:re Call to Exist hits PS4 and PC. Bandai Namco confirmed western timing this morning, with the game officially set to launch on November 15. Read on for more.
With over half of 2019 in the bag, it's time to take a look back at the year in anime thus far. Japanese television network AT-X did just that, calling upon subscribers to rank the top anime broadcast on AT-X in the first half of 2019, with votes being cast between July 1 and July 15. See the results after the jump!
This summer has plenty of great anime productions, with the thoughtful and beautifully realized band drama given standing high among them. Today on Why It Works, let's explore the unique aesthetic strengths of this terrific anime drama!
The Fall 2019 anime season looks to be locked-and-loaded, because eight new cast members and the ending theme song performer have been revealed for No Guns Life, an upcoming TV anime based on the hard-boiled science fiction seinen manga by Tasuku Karasuma about a cyborg private eye with a gun for a head. Hit the jump to learn more.
The opening and ending theme song performers and the Japanese TV schedule have been revealed for Phantasy Star Online 2: Episode Oracle, an upcoming TV anime based on the MMORPG-version of Sega's long-running Phantasy Star series of science fiction / fantasy role-playing video games. Hit the jump to learn more.
Previously screened exclusively at the Comiket 96 summer fan-comics event, a new teaser trailer is now available online for Azur Lane, an upcoming TV anime based on the smash-hit smart phone game by Shanghai Manjuu and Xiamen Yongshi that re-imagines WWII era warships as cute girls. Hit the jump to check it out.
Nintendo, Creatures Inc and Game Freak have wandered into the field and tried catching the trademark patents for Pokémon types from the Pokémon Trading Card game. Including generic the generic kanji of "Grass", "Water", and more. The story and implication unfolds just after the jump, so read on to find out more!
Kyoto Animation has released a post on their website announcing that they will be taking down the memorial set up in front of Studio 1, thanking fans for all their support after the attack on the studio a month ago. Read on for more information.
Shueisha's official website for HiRock (story) and Shinya Komi (art)'s sci-fi action manga EX-ARM announced today that its TV anime adaptation is set to premiere in Japan in the summer of 2020. The news was also revealed on the wrap-around band of its latest 14th tankobon volume released today in Japan. Hit the jump for more information.