Earlier today, Crunchyroll revealed four titles that will join their Winter 2019 simulcast lineup. The company will stream the following:
- Mob Psycho 100 II: 1/7/2019 at 8:30AM PST (11:30AM EST) (Subtitled & Dubbed)
- The Morose Mononokean II
- Girly Air Force: 1/10/2019 at 8:30AM PST (11:30AM EST)
- The Price of Smiles: 1/4/2019 at 8:00AM PST (11:00AM EST)
Mob Psycho 100 II
Crunchyroll will stream Mob Psycho 100 II in all regions outside of Asia. The publisher will stream both the English dubbed and subtitled versions of the series.
The core staff from the first season will return to work on the show at Bones. Yuzuru Tachikawa (Death Parade) will return to the director’s chair, while Yoshimichi Kameda (Paroru no Miraijima) provides character designs. Hiroshi Seko (Ajin – Demi-Human, Seraph of the End) is in charge of series composition on the project.
Crunchyroll describes Mob Psycho 100 II as:
Shigeo “Mob” Kageyama is an ordinary 8th grader who just wants to live a normal life. Although he can disappear in the crowd in a flash, he was actually the most powerful psychic. The lives of those around Mob and his numerous feelings that softly piles up for the eventual explosion. The mysterious group “Claw” stands before him once again. In the midst of his youthful days, where will his roaring heart take him!?
The publisher also streamed a subtitled trailer for the show, which you can check out below.
The first season of the Mob Psycho 100 anime aired in the Summer 2016 broadcast season. The series is currently airing on Adult Swim’s Toonami block.
The Morose Mononokean II
Crunchyroll will stream The Morose Mononokean II in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Iceland, Netherlands, Latin America (Central and South America including Caribbean), German and French speaking Europe.
Itsuro Kawasaki (L/R: Licensed by Royalty, Magical Girl Ore) will direct the new season at studio Pierrot Plus, with Takao Yoshioka (Elfen Lied, Watamote) taking charge of series composition.
Crunchyroll describes the title as:
Synopsis: The job of exorcists is to send yokai living in the mundane world for whatever reason back to the Underworld where they typically live. In order to repay his debt of one million “en” to master of the Mononokean Abeno Haruitsuki, Ashiya Hanae works as his employee, assisting him with exorcisms. One day, when the two of them return to the Mononokean after finishing a job, they receive an SOS from the Legislator, one of three major powers who govern the Underworld. They head to the Underworld immediately, where Ashiya gets caught up in an incident… The story of exorcist duo Ashiya and Abeno and the yokai resumes once again.
The publisher also streamed a trailer for the title, which you can view below:
Girly Air Force
Crunchyroll will stream Girly Air Force in all regions outside of Asia.
Katsumi Ono (Senki Zesshō Symphogear, Yu-Gi-Oh! Arc-V) was tapped to direct the title at Satelight, with Tōru Imanishi (Full Metal Panic! Invisible Victory, WorldEnd) providing character designs. Shingo Nagai is in charge of series composition.
Crunchyroll describes Girly Air Force as:
Mysterious flying creatures called Zai suddenly appear and overwhelm all of mankind’s aerial combat forces. To fight them, mankind modifies existing aircraft frames to create mechanized soldiers called “Daughters,” which are operated by automated piloting mechanisms called “Anima” that have the appearance of human girls. The story begins when Narutani Kei, a boy who yearns to take to the skies, encounters a shining red aircraft and its pilot, an Anima named Gripen who has been named mankind’s trump card.
Crunchyroll also streamed a subtitled promo for the series, which you can check out below.
The Prince of Smiles
Crunchyroll will stream The Prince of Smiles in all regions outside of Asia.
Toshimasa Suzuki (Dance in the Vampire Bund, Rinne no Lagrange: Kamogawa Days) will direct the project at Tatsunoko Production, with Naoto Nakamura (High School Fleet) providing character designs. Shinichi Inotsume (Gangsta., Hayate the Combat Butler!) is in charge of series composition.
Crunchyroll describes The Prince of Smiles as:
On a planet far, far away from Earth, there reigns a kingdom overflowing with smiles.
Princess Yuki is twelve years old and beginning to ride the roller coaster of emotions that comes with adolescence. Each day brings with it tears, laughter, and even a little romance. The palace is full of fun, and the vassals who serve her there add color to her life. There’s Layla the tutor, Izana the political adviser, Harold the Grand Master, and of course Joshua, her childhood friend and close aide.
“Yuki! As long as you have the will and passion, you can do anything!” says Joshua.
“Ugh. That again?! Joshua, you need to act more dignified!” she replies.
Seventeen-year-old Stella is a brilliant warrior. Even though she is cool as a cucumber, she never fails to smile. That’s because smiling is essential to life.
This is a story about two girls born on a distant planet.
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