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Here it is: Your Anime News Brief, wherein you’ll find the top stories and big headlines from last week, including a slew of new show announcements, a pair of surveys on the season’s most popular anime titles, and even the latest episode of Anime Recap! Enjoy down below!


Crunchyroll’s Most Popular Fall 2018 Anime by State / Province / Country
What anime are people in your state, province, territory, or country watching the most this season?


Chuni Overflows in KONOSUBA Anime Theatrical Film Teaser Visual
“KONOSUBA -God’s blessing on this wonderful world! Crimson Legend” hits theaters in Japan in 2019


Musical TV Anime “Carole & Tuesday” Hits Fuji TV in April of 2019
Original work with animation production by BONES will also stream on Netflix



ZOMBIE LAND SAGA TV Anime Chickens Out for Drive-In Tori CM
Real life restaurant in Saga Prefecture appears in Episode 5 of on-going original zombie / idol series



Got Dubs? Crunchyroll Boosts English Dub Library with Crunchyroll Dubs!

17 Crunchyroll-dubbed anime now available with many more to come


FLIPFLOPs’ Supernatural Battle Manga Darwin’s Game Adapted into TV Anime

The series has printed two million copies with 16 tankobon volumes



Dragon Ball Z Composer Nathan Johnson is Now a Texas Senator

Johnson won 54% of the vote and didn’t even have to use a Spirit Bomb



The Game is Afoot in Kabukicho Sherlock TV Anime
Original project from Production I.G puts a new spin on classic characters from Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s detective stories



Zoku Owarimonogatari to be Aired as Six-Episode TV Anime

148-minute film edition opens in 30 theaters across Japan today



NTT Docomo Research: Fall 2018 TV Anime Popularity Ranking
A total of 87,277 votes were cast for 49 titles




Check Out These Must-Watch Fall Anime!
Give these a shot. You won’t be disappointed.




Anime Recap: Mob Psycho 100 Season 2 Trailer, Attack on Titan Hollywood Movie, & MORE!
The highlights of the latest news in anime!



Patrick Macias is editor in chief of Crunchyroll News & Otaku USA magazine. He is currently serializing his latest writing project, PARANOIA GIRLS.

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