The fall 2018 anime season is upon us, so it's time for a flurry of new announcements from Crunchyroll! We'll keep updating this post and the attached chart with each new addition, so keep checking back for more!
The first cour of Season 3 of Attack on Titan has concluded, but the anime adaptation of Hajime Isayama's smash hit manga will continue on the NHK network in April of 2019, and now a new key visual has been published to preview future developments for the story. Hit the jump to check it out.
The official website for My Hero Academia: Two Heroes, the all-new anime feature film based on Kohei Horikoshi's action shonen manga, confirmed today that its DVD and Blu-ray are set to be released in Japan on February 13, 2019. Both disc's "Plus Ultra" editions come with a newly-recorded drama CD based on the BBQ scene by the class 1A students, illustrated in the film's ending. Hit the jump for more details about the release.
Four days before its theatrical release in Japan, the official Twitter for the all-new anime film Haikara-san ga Tooru: Hana no Tokyo Dai Roman (Here Comes Miss Modern: Big Romance in Tokyo of Flowers) posted a new visual featuring the protagonist Benio Hanamura and her fiancé Shinobu Ijuin, who are holding each other tight in Tokyo hit by an unprecedented disaster. Check out the latest visual after the jump.
Following the first one in September, the official website for the "final chapter" of the anime series based on Shuichi Asou's The Disastrous Life of Saiki K. comedy manga posted a second teaser visual featuring its main characters in Oshimai-city. The manga's last episode told their trip to the city. Hit the jump for more details.
As part of its ongoing "ONE PIECE HALLOWEEN 2018" fair, the Tokyo One Piece Tower theme park has been holding "One Piece Narikiri Contest 2018" (narikiri means "turning completely into the role/character") every Saturday, and the winner of its solo division was chosen on October 13. Check out the photos of the participants after the jump!
The official website for Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump announced today 15 that Daisuke Ashihara's sci-fi adventure manga World Trigger is set to resume its serialization in the magazine's forthcoming 48th issue to be released in Japan on October 29. The author has been taking a hiatus since November 2016 due to his health issue. Hit the jump for more details!
Cheerleading anime Anima Yell! is prepping for its first home video release, and it's making sure you're ready for the day with... FIGHT pants! Check out the Japanese Blu-Ray release and its perks after the jump.
Karakuri Circus has made its way to anime and mobile games, and now it's hitting the stage! Stars of TeniMyu, the Yowamushi Pedal musicals, and AKB48 are signed on to star. Hit the jump for more info!
Animax anniversary series Akanesasu Shojo is preparing to launch its tie-in smartphone game, and it's already 300,000 registrations strong! Check out more news, and some new art of the game's first original character, after the jump.
Horse girls are back on the track! A new trailer has been released for BNW no Chikai, the upcoming Umamusume special coming to the fourth Blu-Ray box set. Get your preview after the jump!
Want to smell like Japan's most huggable (or second most huggable) star? ANIPLEX+ is releasing a pair of fragrances themed after the protagonists of this fall's DAKAICHI. Find out more about them after the jump!
During this year's edition of annual Touhou convention Hakurei Jinja Reitaisai, the major announcement was the reveal of a brand new smartphone game featuring the most popular Touhou characters in Hakurei Reimu and Marisa Kirisame. Hit the jump for the first details on Touhou Cannonball.
As previously reported, PSP RPG Conception is coming back in the form of a remastered PS4 version in Japan this winter. Hit the jump for a new TV spot!
The latest episode of Capcom TV brought with it an extended look at the upcoming Onimusha: Warlords remaster. Dig in after the jump to see more of how the visually-overhauled game looks in action.
The Dies irae series is coming to Nintendo Switch in Japan this week, with Dies irae: Amantes Amentes set to launch via the eShop on October 18. Ahead of that, you can see a new preview after the jump.