More anime boost Crunchyroll’s summer slate

More anime boost Crunchyroll’s summer slate

0 comments 📅04 July 2018, 13:16

Crunchyroll has added another nine anime series to its simulcast roster, further reinforcing a Summer 2018 line-up already overflowing with fresh content. The new titles are:

Angolmois: Record of Mongol Invasion – Historical drama from animation studio NAZ that follows a group of samurai defending Japan from invading Mongols in the year 1274.

Calamity of a Zombie Girl – REGION LOCKED FOR UK AND IRELAND – A Gonzo/Stingray co-production about a beautiful girl named Euphrosyne …who also happens to be a zombie.

Free! – Dive to the Future – Also available dubbed on Funimation – KyoAni brings us more hunky swimming action in this 12-episode third season of Free!, which follows the lads in their college years.

Gintama Season 4 – Bandai Namco Pictures continues its adaptation of the final arc of Hideaki Sorachi’s famous manga, set in an alternate Edo Period Japan where samurai and aliens co-exist.

The Journey Home – Also known as Space Bug, this far future-set series of anime shorts from TMS Entertainment follows a group of insects attempting to return to Earth. A new Japanese trailer was released yesterday.

Late Night! The Genius Bakabon – – Not yet confirmed for UK – Animated by Pierrot+, this comedy franchise reboot follows the misadventures of dim-witted kid Bakabon and his bonkers dad.

Lord of Vermilion: The Crimson King – Also available dubbed on Funimation – Eiji Suganuma directs this 12-episode adaptation of Square Enix’s arcade-based CCG Lord of Vermilion.

Phantom in the Twilight – Liden Films brings us spooky goings-on at Café Forbidden, a mysterious London café that only opens at night – check out the trailer here.

Planet With – Mecha sci-fi series produced by J.C.Staff and penned by Satoshi Mizukami, creator of the recently launched Planet With manga series. Here’s a promo video.


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