A new episode of the Going Home Club is now out on Crunchyroll. It’s titled, “Record 18: Youth is an Explosion!” — A quote that is commonly exclaimed by our favorite Gai-sensei in Naruto, actually. Check out the preview:
We’ve seen some serious progress from Hachiken in terms of farm life haven’t we? He hasn’t seen anything yet! Watch in the newest episode of Silver Spoon, “Hachiken Visits Giga Farm” on Crunchyroll every Thursday at 11:45a PST!
New episode of Recorder and Randsell Mi is out! Episode 7 is titled, “Tiny and Days of Anguish”. Enjoy a quick three minute episode of frustration for our little homie:
Perhaps the most exciting anime release of the summer is out this morning! All of the Jinchuriki, Madara, and the infamous Sasuke are all front and center in today’s episode. I am giddy, cannot even lie. No more filler, so you’re going to want to watch Naruto every Thursday at 7a EST on Crunchyroll! It helps if you’re a premium user.
The main focus is the Four Tails jinchuuriki, who bares an uncanny resemblance to Oozaru mode in the Dragonball series. His name is Son Goku, and he is a riot — awesome laugh too! Great shout out, Naruto team!
Check out the screenshots:
In today’s episode of Toriko, we’re in the middle of a huge battle between the Four Beasts and the Four Heavenly Kings. Things are looking desperate for the Four Kings, as they try everything in their arsenal to survive. There’s a discrepancy with the episode numbers over at FUNi, so what you’re looking for is actually Episode 114, not 117.
A new episode of Free! Iwatobi Swim Club, everybody’s favorite new swimming anime, just dropped on Crunchyroll moments ago. You can catch the simulcast every Wednesday at 12:15p PDT on Crunchyroll!
There are only 5 days left until the prefectural tournament, and that’s when things start to get real for our characters. True character is shown in your most stressful situations and that holds true in episode 7 as well. Enjoy a good watch!
There’s a new exciting episode of Saint Seiya Omega available on Crunchyroll! Tons of action, amazing effects and disaster. You can catch Saint Seiya Omega every Wednesday at Noon PDT. Enjoy!
Turns out, you’ll be able to find Bills, Broly, Buu and Cell amongst the lineup of villains coming your way in the newest installment in the Dragon Ball Z line of games.
The Japanese release date now appears to be in 2014, after initial hints of winter 2013. That will probably push word on the North American/European releases.
Let’s be honest. It’s going to be bomb.