Crunchyroll has officially released its Fall 2023 lineup.
As detailed in a recent press release, more than 50 new and returning series will be available on the platform, with the earliest release date set for September 28 and the latest episode for October 21 Highlights from the collection of debut titles include Madhouse’s fantasy series Frieran: Beyond Journey’s End, Studio 8bit’s superhero-centric Shy, Studio OLM and Toho’s The Apothecary Diaries, Firefighter Daigo: Rescuer Brain Base’s In Orange and Project No.’s romantic comedy A Girl & Her Guard Dog. 9. Among the returning hits include Dr. Stone, Jujutsu Kaisen, One Piece, Heaven’s Official Blessing and The Rising of the Shield Hero.
Based on the fantasy manga by Kanehito Yamada and Tsukasa Abe, Frieran: Beyond Journey’s End revolves around the main character; An elven mage sets out on a journey to make peace with the concept of death. Directed by Keiichiro Saito (Bocchi the Rock!), the anime will premiere on September 29. Firefighter Daigo: Rescuer in Orange, based on Masahito Soda’s popular manga about three young firefighters working together towards the common goal of becoming a member of the organization. “Orange” rescue team. This movie will release on September 30.
Inspired by Hatsuharu’s famous manga, A Girl & Her Guard Dog revolves around a 15-year-old high school student named Isaku Senagaki, whose grandfather was an important member of the notorious Senagaki crime syndicate. Because of this, she is frequently hunted by the group’s overprotective leader, Keiya Uto, who bribes his way into her school so he can watch over her. This anime is scheduled to premiere on September 28. Shy is based on the manga by Bukimi Miki, set in a post-war Earth where superheroes make up the majority of the population. The series’ protagonist, “Shy” is determined to protect humanity alongside her fellow heroes, despite her timid personality. The series will premiere on October 2.
Isekai fans in particular have a lot to look forward to, as Crunchyroll is adding several more titles from the popular genre. Studio Jumondo’s I Will Survive Using Potions follows 22-year-old Nagase Kaoru, who is reincarnated into a fantasy world with the ability to create powerful potions that give her many unique abilities. The series will premiere on October 7.
Debuting on October 6, Season 3 of The Rising of the Shield Hero continues the adventures of Naofumi Iwatami, who sets out with allies Raphtalia and Filo to destroy a legendary monster called Spirit Tortoise . For those interested in a more unusual standard isekai premise, Crunchyroll will also launch Butareba: The Story of a Man Who Turned into a Pig on October 7.
According to the press release, Crunchyroll will announce more titles in the near future.