Whether you’re new to anime or already a harcore fan, there are two streaming services that you need to know: Crunchyroll and Funimation. One brings you subtitled simulcasts of shows currently airing in Japan, while the other provides dubbed versions of all-time favorites. Either way, you’ll have more anime than…
In the U.S., we aren’t quite in a united state of anime. According to a new graph published by anime streaming service Crunchyroll, half of America is in agreement over its favorite anime right now, while the other half’s tastes are pretty scattered.
Good news! If you’ve been excited to see Dragon Ball Super with official English subtitles, you will be able to very soon.
Crunchyroll recently added Yuri!!! on Ice, an anime about men’s figure skating that’s proving popular with women. While it’s pretty damn cringe, the animation is stunning. You can catch a new episode every Wednesday at 3pm EDT.
Gakuen Handsome is the wikiHow art of anime. Maybe it’s sincere. Probably, it’s winking at you with an ironic smile. Definitely, it is disorienting and hilarious.
Today, anime streaming services Crunchyroll and Funimation announced their new title-sharing partnership.
Those looking to pick up a PlayStation TV micro-console tomorrow with an eye on streaming television shows and movies might be a little disappointed. Right now it's got Sony's streaming service, Crunchyroll, Crackle, and that's it.
What will you be watching on your PlayStation 4 between games? Sony has announced the entertainment apps available on the PS4's November 15 launch date: Amazon Instant Video, Crackle, Crunchyroll, EPIX, Hulu Plus, NBA Game Time, Netflix, NHL Center Live, Redbox Instant, VUDU and YuppTV. That cover all the bases?