15 million fans voted for Crunchyroll's Anime Awards. That's a significant rise from the 11 million votes from last year.
Crunchyroll have published a look at 2020's most popular anime.
In Geek Native's Irregular Reconnaissance, we round up a batch of anime, write up reflections on the episodes in question and hurry to a quick rating.
If you cheated and watched anyway you might be thinking..., did I see a bunny? Yes, you did. Beware the bunny.
Netflix packs a lot of plot into the furry espionage BNA and even more into the dangerously packed Japan Sinks 2020. We struggle to the end of end of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure and get a jot of energy with Re:Zero.
The internet gathering will be a chance to meet cast and creators from “So I’m a Spider, So What”, “The Hidden Dungeon Only I Can Enter”, and “Rent-a-Girlfriend”.
The mega thread, this post, has a focus on trailers and art. News here isn't exclusively from Anime Expo Lite, it's a catch up of news not yet covered by Geek Native and which is still hot.
Outside Japan, Re:ZERO streamed via Crunchyroll and today they've blogged that the start date was the 8th and that they would carry the show.
Hello and welcome to another edition of Geek Native's anime mini-reviews.
Rem and Ram are fan favourites, two half-demons that are caught up in the drama, but I suspect we'll see more of Emilia in season 2.