Crunchyroll has announced the first batch of original shows that they have created or produced.
After bringing a massive anime library to the world, Crunchyroll has announced the first batch of their original shows. These are original works created by or produced by Crunchyroll.
The first batch of of original shows are In/Spectre, Tower of God, Onyx Equinox, The God of High School, Noblesse, Meiji Gekken: Sword & Gun, FreakAngels, and High Guardian Spice.
In/Spectre is a supernatural mystery that is based on the light novel and manga of the same name. The series first premiered at Anime Expo 2019 and is streaming on Crunchyroll now.
Tower of God is a dark fantasy that centers on the journey of a warrior as he battles to save his friend. To do this, he must fight through the mysterious Tower.
Onyx Equinox is about an Aztec boy who is chosen as “Humanites Champion” and is tasked with proving the worlds worthiness.
The God of High School is based on the comic series by Yongje Park. It follows a group of students as they compete in a tournament while borrowing power directly from the gods.
Noblesse follows a vampire noble who awakens in the modern world after a 820 year slumber.
Meiji Gekken: Sword & Gun (Working Title) is inspired by historical events during the Meiji-era of Japan. An ensemble cast of character try to find their place in a modernizing society. It’s a classic tale of the old world clashing with the modern world.
FreakAngels is based on the graphic novel by Warren Ellis and Paul Duffield. After civilization collapses, twelve psychics living in the rubble of London must check their wild impulses and work to rebuild society.
High Guardian Spice was one of the first orignal titles announced. The story follows four girls training to become heroes at High Guardian Academy. They discover who they are while preparing to protect the world from an unknown evil.
Checkout the announcement trailer to have a better idea of what each show is about.
Crunchyroll is the largest distributor of anime and a driving force in promoting the anime community. Most of these original works are set to be released sometime this year.
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