Let's get cracking with a catch-up of some of the first wave of Crunchyroll's Originals reaching their conclusion, Netflix returning to the world of furries and those man-eating titans.
We're looking at new shows like the surreally magical Dorohedoro which feels so different and unique, as well as new shows like A Certain Scientific Railgun T which is safely familiar but still very good.
"The 8th son? Are you kidding me?" is due out as a dubbed anime on May 14th and "My Next Life as a Villainess" after that on May 16th.
A clutch of anime mini-reviews. We drop one of Netflix's latest anime straight away as being no good.
We touch on the Tower of God, the new anime made from the mega-hit Korean Webtoon, Amazon Prime Video's award-winning anime series and the weirdness and Nazi problem in JoJo's Bizarre Adventure.
That anime launches today, and Geek Native's had an advance look at the first episode.
Just how popular is Tower of God? WEBTOON has recorded 4.5 billion views of the series. That's an incredibly huge number.
Tower of God is a hugely popular comic/manga that's not from Japan. It's a Korean smash hit with millions of readers.
Eight titles from fantasy, sci-fi to romance and historical fiction that they've funded and in some cases contributed to through Crunchyroll Studios.