Crunchyroll has partnered with VIZ Media to bring five series, including several original works, to home media.

The partnership with Viz Media will allow Crunchyroll to bring five titles to home media in the U.S. and Canada. Currently there is no release date set but that announcement will be made in the future. The following series will be coming to home media (in both sub and dubbed formats):

Burn the Witch is an anime adaptation of the one-shot manga of the same name (both a spin-off to Bleach). It follows two witches of the Soul Society West Branch who are responsible for the protection and control of Dragons in Reverse London. You could check out my review of the series.

In/Spectre is a supernatural mystery that is based on the light novel and manga of the same name.

Jujutsu Kaisen follows the school of Jujutsu Sorcerers as they protect the world of the living. The series recently won numerous awards during the Crunchyroll Anime Awards, including “Anime of the Year”.

“The God of High School follows a group of fighters as they compete in an intense tournament. It’s based on the series by Yongje Park and published by WEBTOON.

“Tower of God is a dark fantasy that centers on the journey of a young man as he battles his way through the mysterious Tower. Along the way he will build friendships and face unimaginable terrors.

Crunchyroll is the largest anime streaming service, having been credited for introducing the medium to a greater audience. It’s also very active in the fandom community with its support for anime conventions.

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