Crunchyroll Spring 2021 Anime List - New And Returning Series
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Crunchyroll Spring 2021 Anime List – New And Returning Series

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BY April 16, 2022

.The 2021 spring anime season is nearly here. That said, Crunchyroll is unveiling all the shows fans can expect to see, including new and returning series. If you’re a diehard anime fan, then this is shaping up to a great few months. Crunchyroll, the global anime streaming service, has 25 incredible shows lined up for the season. The Crunchyroll spring 2021 anime list feels particularly balanced with exciting new shows and returning favorites. Curious about what to add to your watchlist? Let’s talk anime and point out a few we’re especially excited about watching.

Check Out the Full Crunchyroll Spring 2021 Anime List

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There are a ton of great shows coming up in the next anime season on Crunchyroll. The streaming service’s announcement features a ton of great shows to watch this spring. A few of their most anticipated shows include:

  • My Hero Academia Season 5 – Deku and Class 1-A continue their hero training and unleash new powers in the latest season of My Hero Academia!
  • Tokyo Revengers – When the pathetic Takemichi is given a do-over from life, he learns to stop apologizing, and start fighting to save the people he cares for most—no matter the odds.
  • To Your Eternity – From the author of A Silent Voice, a pair sets off on an adventure to learn what it truly means to be human.
  • Zombie Land Saga Revenge (Season 2) – This second season of the cutting-edge zombie idol anime follows the undead idol group Franchouchou as they embark on their latest adventures towards legendary fame.
  • The Slime Diaries – Take a look! It’s in a Slime Book! Enjoy all of Rimuru and his friends’ daily adventures in The Slime Diaries!
  • JORAN THE PRINCESS OF SNOW AND BLOOD – In an alternate 1931, the Tokugawa family still rules Japan, and one young woman is on a quest for revenge.

Given the upcoming final Attack On Titan episodes, some fans might be feeling a bit down. Luckily, a bunch of heavy hitters are lined up for this season. My Hero Academia continues to grow as a worldwide phenomenon. I know many fans waited for To Your Eternity given Yoshitoki Ōima’s storytelling abilities. Plus, with JORAN, you’re getting a very popular genre in alternative history action anime. This is sure to be a great lineup, but there’s more to this amazing list of Crunchyroll spring 2021 anime.

Simulcasts for the Spring Anime Season

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Overall, an anime season isn’t all about the big hitters. In fact, my two most anticipated anime of 2021 of the season aren’t ultra-popular series. Fruits Basket is wrapping up with a third and final season. Likewise, Don’t Toy with Me, Miss Nagatoro promises to be low-stakes fun. The full simulcast lineup for Crunchyroll includes a ton of great stuff. Check out the full list below.

  • Don’t Toy with Me, Miss Nagatoro – Nagatoro loves teasing and getting a reaction out of her older male classmate, but to what end!?
  • Fruits Basket The Final Season – Prepare for one last outing with Tohru and the Soma family as the series concludes.
  • Osamake: Romcom Where The Childhood Friend Won’t Lose – After a set of rejections, a rivalry begins between one high schooler’s childhood friend and his first crush!
  • Farewell, My Dear Cramer – From the creator of Your Lie in April comes a story of girls who aim to become soccer stars!
  • ODDTAXI – One odd taxi driver will take you wherever you want to go, as well as listen to your troubles along the way. 
  • I’ve Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years and Maxed Out My Level – This comedic series follows a powerful witch who would rather not work too hard, but somehow finds herself in various curious adventures. 
  • Those Snow White Notes – After the death of his grandfather, one young shamisen players look to find the sound that resonates with his soul. 
  • Cardfight!! Vanguard overDress – Get ready for more card battles with Cardfight!! Vanguard overDress, with character designs by CLAMP!

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  • Fairy Ranmaru – If you need your heart healed, call up Bar F. The magical boys who turn into fairies to soothe the souls of their customers! 
  • Higehiro: After Being Rejected, I Shaved and Took in a High School Runaway – One night, a man named Yoshida meets a high school runaway named Sayu. With nowhere else to go, Yoshida lets Sayu stay.
  • How NOT to Summon a Demon Lord Ω – Sakamoto Takuma, Shera, Rem, and the whole party return for more battles and tales.
  • Koikimo – Based on the manga series of the same name by Mogusu, which was serialized in Ichijinsha’s Comic POOL since 2015.

What are You Looking Forward to During the Spring Anime Season?

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In short, everyone’s tastes are different. We want to know what you’re excited to see. If you have a highly-anticipated title coming up, then let us know in the comments! For now, we eagerly await the debut of these new shows. Be sure to check out all Crunchyroll has to offer here. Additionally, make sure to keep up with the latest anime news on Comic Years!

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Taylor is the Gaming Editor of Comic Years and a lifelong fan of video games. He holds two degrees in Political Communication and wrote a Master's Thesis on resistance movements, race, and the exploitation of college athletes. His wife and two Toy Australian Sheppards keep him sane.

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