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Presenting The 2021 Crunchyroll Anime Awards Winners

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Last night, Crunchyroll, the world’s most popular anime brand, announced the winners of their annual “Crunchyroll Anime Awards” in a virtual ceremony that was broadcast on their network. As noted in the nominations rundown, the Anime Awards are a celebration of the best and brightest in Japanese animation from 2020. The ceremony was hosted by Crunchyroll’s own Tim Lyu and I’ve left the nominated in the list of the winners so you can see who beat out the rest for the honor. Let’s review.

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Anime of the Year:
APPARE-RANMAN!
BEASTARS
Dorohedoro
Great Pretender
WINNER – JUJUTSU KAISEN
Keep Your Hands Off Eizouken!

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Best Girl:
Abigail Jones – Great Pretender
Catarina Claes – My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom!
Chizuru Mizuhara – Rent-a-Girlfriend
WINNER – Kaguya Shinomiya – Kaguya-sama: Love is War?
Noi – Dorohedoro
Sayaka Kanamori – Keep Your Hands Off Eizouken!
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Now In Theaters: “My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising” (2/26/2020)

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It was a little over a week ago that I shared the Official Dub Trailer for the Sony Pictures Releasing feature “My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising” and now my fellow geeks, the moment has arrived and this film is in theaters for a limited time. Let’s review the premise and incredible voice casting (I’ve listed both the Japanese and English players) after the dynamic poster down below.

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The Premise: A group of youths aspiring to become professional superheroes, fight in a world full of people with abilities, also known as quirks. Deku and his fellow classmates from Hero Academy face Nine, the strongest villain yet.
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Sony Pictures: “My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising” Official Dub Trailer

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The Anime features continue to rise in influence upon the world of geekdom with shorts, conventions and full-length features such as this one being showcased in the narrative. While we are not as schooled in it as we’d like to be, we’ve done our best to support the medium at events like Liberty City Anime Con and Anime NYC or with events like the recently announced winners of the Crunchyroll Anime Awards. Clicking any highlighted text will bring you to those items but now its onto the Official Dub Trailer for the feature “My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising”. Let’s take a look.

The Premise: A group of youths aspiring to become professional superheroes, fight in a world full of people with abilities, also known as quirks. Deku and his fellow classmates from Hero Academy face Nine, the strongest villain yet.
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Announcing The Inductees For The 2019 Harvey Awards

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Last month (give or take a couple of weeks), we lined out the nominations for the Harvey Awards, a prestigious honor in the comic book industry dedicated to the late great Harvey Kurtzman. I’ll add the information about this particular honor down below, but here are the recently announced winners. Let’s take a look.

Winners of the 2019 Harvey Awards:

Book of the Year:
“Belonging: A German Reckons with History and Home” by Nora Krug (Scribner)
“Berlin” by Jason Lutes (Drawn & Quarterly)
“BTTM FDRS” by Ezra Claytan Daniels and Ben Passmore (Fantagraphics)
WINNER – “Hey Kiddo” by Jarrett J. Krosoczka (Scholastic Graphix)
“Kid Gloves” by Lucy Knisley (First Second)
“Laura Dean Keeps Breaking Up With Me” by Mariko Tamaki and Rosemary Valero-O’Connell (First Second)
“My Heroes Have Always Been Junkies” by Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips (Image)
“On a Sunbeam” by Tillie Walden (First Second)
“Upgrade Soul” by Ezra Claytan Daniels (Lion Forge)
“When I Arrived at the Castle” by Emily Carroll (Koyama Press)
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