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Crunchyroll Adds Chio’s School Road, 2 More to Summer 2018 Simulcasts


Whether you’re a sports fan, or just someone trying to get to class, Crunchyroll has you covered this summer.

Earlier today, Crunchyroll announced that three titles will join their Summer 2018 simulcast lineup. The publisher will stream the following:

  • Chio’s School Road
  • Hanebad!
  • Harukana Receive

Chio’s School Road

Chio's School Road - Second Key Visual

Chio’s School Road will be available to subscribers in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Netherlands, Scandinavia, and Latin America.

Takayuki Inagaki (Rosario + Vampire, First Love Monster) is pulling double duty at diomedea as both director and head of series composition. Mayuko Matsumoto (KanColle, Handa-kun) is providing character designs for the project.

Hanebad!

Hanebad! Anime Key Visual

Hanebad! will be available to all subscribers outside of Asia.

Shinpei Ezaki (Guilty Crown: Lost Christmas, Monster Strike The Movie) was tapped to direct the project at Liden Films, with Satoshi Kimura (Akashic Records of Bastard Magical Instructor, Terraformars) providing character designs. Taku Kishimoto (Bunny Drop, Haikyu!!) is in charge of series composition.

Harukana Receive

Harukana Receive Key Visual

Harukana Receive will be available to subscribers in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Netherlands, Scandinavia, and Latin America.

Toshiyuki Kubooka (Berserk: The Golden Age) was tapped to direct Harukana Receive at studio C2C, with Takeshi Oda (Tenchi Muyo! Ryo Ohki 4, Oneechan ga Kita) filling the dual role of character designer and chief animation director. Touko Machida (DIVE!!, Lucky Star) is in charge of series composition and scripts for the project.

Source: Crunchyroll

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