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Today I want to share some anime that make great picks to share at your Library’s Anime Club. These are all brand new anime airing this spring season, and are simulcast on Crunchyroll with subtitles. Click the images to go right to Crunchyroll and start watching!
Boruto: Naruto Next Generations
Simulcast on Wednesdays at 5:25 am EDT
The life of the shinobi is beginning to change. Boruto Uzumaki, son of Seventh Hokage Naruto Uzumaki, has enrolled in the Ninja Academy to learn the ways of the ninja. Now, as a series of mysterious events unfolds, Boruto’s story is about to begin!
Fans of the original Naruto series, which ended both in manga and anime form recently, will love to continue their hokage journey with this sequel series!
Perfect for all ages of anime fans.
Simulcast on Thursdays at 3:05 pm EDT
A beautiful girl named Guri, who has a mysterious item that forces two random people to kiss and turns them into couples, appears in front high school student, Aino Seiji. Despite being dressed up as a shinigami, she’s actually cupid. Suddenly, Guri tries to kiss Seiji, and then… Unavoidable and uncontrollable–A forceful love comedy that starts with an angel and a kiss!!
This series has some mature humor, but is hysterial and would be great for teens grades 9 and up!
Simulcast on Saturdays at 9:30 am EDT
The protagonist, Riku Suigin is a pro-level gamer. The heroine, Riku Rei, knows of this and is the most beautiful girl in school and also loves video games. Suigin receives a device to play a net game called “Grave Buster” from Rei, but Rei is suddenly kidnapped. When Rei puts his hand on the device, he’s sucked into the world of the game. And in that world, a battle between the tomb raiders and tomb protectors for the tomb of the mother goddess Bango’s tomb has been going on for 1000 years.
This series is based on a Chinese webcomic, which is a really interesting origin to share with your Anime Club attendees!