Crunchyroll Announces New Premieres and Records at Anime Expo

Crunchyroll Announces New Premieres and Records at Anime Expo

Posted by July 10, 2019 Comment

Anime Expo just wrapped up at the Los Angeles Convention Center over the July 4th weekend, and I think a lot of us would have been surprised if Crunchyroll hadn’t had some surprises for the audience! Not only where new World Premiere series announced, there was that new preview for Mike Shinoda’s World’s on Fire music video!

Crunchyroll had a major presence at Anime Expo with an offsite HQ, which had a ton of interactive events like the training room The RIsing of the Shield Hero, and a demo station for upcoming Crunchyroll Games titles including Mob Psycho 100: Pyschic Battle and Attack on Titan: TACTICS.

'Dr. Stone" Prescribes Launch on Crunchyroll this Summer

More Crunchyroll Details from Anime Expo:

  • Exclusive world premieres – Crunchyroll treated fans to the exclusive world premieres of “Dr. STONE,” “To the Land of the Sacred Abandoned Beasts,” and “In/Spectre,” before their simulcast premieres on platform.

  • “World’s on Fire” teaser from Mike Shinoda – Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda stopped by the Crunchyroll industry panel to unveil a preview of his new music video “World’s on Fire.” He shared the trailer, behind the scenes characters images and also discussed his deep connection to anime sharing “My music and anime have had a long history crossing paths, from the fan videos edited over Linkin Park’s music, to our original video for ‘Breaking The Habit.’ This new video for ‘World’s On Fire’ is a lighthearted video that focuses on a female protagonist as she learns to control her unique power.” Fun fact from the panel – Mike is also a big fan of “Naruto” anime music videos!

  • New series announcements – Crunchyroll announced a slate of upcoming simulcast series including, “Isekai Cheat Magician,” “That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime OAD,” “A Destructive God Sits Next To Me,” “GRANBELM,” “Do You Love Your Mom and Her Two-Hit Multi-Target Attacks?” and two “Konosuba” OVAs from seasons one and two.

  • Crunchyroll panels and special guests – Crunchyroll offered fans eight panels over the weekend, including discussions with creators and voice actors, industry panels for both Crunchyroll and Crunchyroll games, a discussion on the history of Crunchyroll Hime and a deep dive into “Stay Crunchy.” Special guests included Shusuke Katagiri, “Dr. STONE” producer, Hiroyuki Honda, Weekly Shonen Jump editor, and “In/Spectre” voice actor Mamoru Miyano, among many others.

  • “One Punch Man” in game event in “Grand Summoners”  – Crunchyroll Games announced the return of the “One Punch Man” epic crossover event with “Grand Summoners,” in partnership with Good Smile Company and NextNinja.

  • Crunchyroll digital drops – Crunchyroll launched a new app available for download here over Anime Expo, empowering attendees to collect and trade virtual stickers from various anime titles via QR Codes in specially placed locations throughout the convention center.

About Leigh Kade

Leigh George Kade is a writer, illustrator, and sculptor who lives in Salt Lake City with his wife and two small Skrulls. Leigh has also been a panelist on the wildly popular Geek Show Podcast since 2008. He has been an Entertainment Writer for Bleeding Cool since 2018.

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(Last Updated July 10, 2019 3:56 pm )

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