Crunchyroll Summer 2021 Anime Lineup Announced
If you’re a fan of anime, then there’s never a shortage of things to watch. Overall, fans have a million and one thing to stream thanks to Crunchyroll. While old favorites are always around, new gems pop up every season. Right now, the latest season of anime is about to kick off. That said, it’s about that time where we highlight what’s coming up for you to keep an eye on. So, here’s what you need to know about the Crunchyroll summer 2021 anime lineup and all it has in store! Spoiler alert: you’re going to be busy this summer.
New Shows in the Crunchyroll Summer 2021 Anime Lineup
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Overall, the Crunchyroll Spring 2021 anime lineup was one for the books. If you’re loving a few shows from that season, then they’re likely wrapping up soon. Additionally, you might be ready to add a few new shows to your list. That said, here’s a full rundown of the new shows coming to Crunchyroll in the Summer 2021 anime lineup:
- Fena: Pirate Princess – After an orphan escapes to the high seas, she takes her place as captain of a pirate crew for a swashbuckling adventure!
- Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid S – Tohru, Kobayashi, and all the dragon friends are back!
- That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Season 2 – Rimuru and Tempest set up to clash against the forces of the Demon Lord Clayman!
- I’m Standing on a Million Lives Season 2 – Yusuke Yotsuya and the other humans begin their fight against the Orc Army!
- SD Gundam World Heroes – A new SD Gundam series begins with battles set across the world stage!
- The Aquatope on White Sand – One former idol goes to Okinawa and finds a new life helping a struggling aquarium from shutting down.
- The Idaten Deities Know Only Peace – As demons wake from their great slumber, descendants of battle-gods called Idaten and humanity fight back!
- Girlfriend, Girlfriend – From the creator of AHO-GIRL comes a story of a triangular relationship as one high schooler dates two girlfriends at the same time!
- Peach Boy Riverside – One princess aims to travel the world when one day she encounters a famous ogre-slaying warrior
Shows Returning and Continuing into the Summer
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As always, a handful of shows are continuing into the new anime season. Check below to see if your favorites are getting an extended cour:
- To Your Eternity – Fushi’s journey to understand humanity and the world continues in new episodes.
- Tokyo Revengers – One young man time-leaps back to his middle school days where he vows to protect his friends against dangerous delinquents.
- Boruto: Naruto Next Generations – Boruto continues his adventures to become the ultimate ninja with Team 7 and all your favorite ninja from the Hidden Leaf Village.
- Case Closed – Ace teen detective Shinichi Kudo solves cases after becoming trapped in the body of a ten-year-old.
- Dragon Quest: The Adventure of Dai – Based on the classic Dragon Quest game series, follow Dai and his party in their grand adventure to defeat the demon lord Hadlar!
- Kiyo in Kyoto: From the Maiko House – Two girls chase after their dreams in the ancient capital in this healing slice-of-life anime about an aspiring maiko and the house chef!
- My Hero Academia (Season 5) – Deku and Class 1-A continue their hero training and unleash new powers!
- Tropical-Rouge! Pretty Cure – A brand new PreCure series is on Crunchyroll, and now it’s time to get tropical!
- One Piece – Luffy and the Straw Hats continue their adventures in Wano and fight against the powerful Emperors!
- Welcome to Demon School, Iruma-kun! Season 2 – Demon school is back in session as Iruma and his devilish classmates continue their lessons in the dark arts!
What’s on your watchlist for the upcoming season? Overall, there’s some incredible stuff coming to Crunchyroll you won’t want to miss. If you’re eyeing a few shows, then let us know which ones in the comments!
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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.