That certainly is one way to get in on the shared universe craze aside from the teen superhero spinoff they've been brewing up.
Some shows already premiered.
The most popular series of the last decade did release a few episodes before the season officially kicked off.
Game Adaptation / Crunchyroll Original
Attack on Titan: The Final Season - This is it. The war to end it all. I wonder who survives...
So, this past year saw a consecutive release of adaptations based on Korean comics, "manhwa", which have been growing in popularity globally thanks in part to Webtoon & similar publication sites. Not to be confused with "manhua" as those are Chinese comics, which have had adaptations for quite...
Due to the obvious predicament,
Winter 2020 started off strong with a boat load of variety proceeded by average - below average seasons.
Fall 2020, however, was definitely more noteworthy. It was a season of sequels:
They're even doing original - separate from any manga - story sequels like...
Not an anime. Onyx Equinox - Watch on Crunchyroll
I would avoid any other trailer if you want to go in as unspoiled as possible
because that first episode was rather intense.
No noticeable hiccups in this exceptionally animated mythical fantasy.
Onyx Equinox: A Companion Podcast Episode 1, ...
Baby Shark (spinoff of Youtube channel)
Big Nate (children's book CG adaptation)
Brendar the Barbarian (puppet series from Trolls director and Jim Henson puppeteer)
If anyone's checked this show out, the first episode has a very familiar vibe to a notable hit series, Attack on Titan, and it pretty much ends on the most mecha v. kaiju punchout out there. There was something off-putting plot-wise in certain key instances. Then, the 2nd episode reveals almost...
I remember there was a tie-in movie mobile game. So, I'd imagine this one could also be like that.
Gotham Knights, however, is making me excited for what may be a Batfamily- or Batman Inc-oriented thing.
Without spoiling the source material as I haven't read it, it seems like this has no outright villains
and the entire series is just the tournament arc.
I was trying to think back on others I've seen and they all essentially follow the same few rules:
If the main character is a kid, he's...
With Spring 2020 underway, I figured a recap was due for what I thought was an unusually varied season.
As isekai was all the rage for quite some time, 2020 Decided to Go Back to the Basics:
Unlike most recent isekai, the characters here aren't trapped in their respective settings