Crunchyroll Adds Burning Kabaddi, Let’s Make a Mug Too, & More to Its Spring 2021 Lineup


Yesterday, Crunchyroll provided a brand new update regarding all of the new shows that will be arriving to its Spring 2021 collection.

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The streaming service revealed that these four new anime are set to be added to the lineup: Burning Kabaddi, Let’s Make a Mug Too, Seven Knights Revolution – Hero Successor, and Thunderbolt Fantasy Sword Seekers 3.

Those titles will be joining the following new simulcasts this spring:

  • Burning Kbaddi
  • Cardfight! Vanguard Overdress
  • Don’t Toy With Me Miss Nagatoro
  • Fairy Ranmaru
  • Farewell, My Dear Cramer
  • Fruits Basket the Final Season
  • Joran the Princess of Snow and Blood
  • How Not to Summon a Demon Lord
  • Higehiro: After Being Rejected, I Shaved and Took in a High School Run Away
  • I’ve Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years and Maxed Out My Level
  • Koikimo
  • My Hero Academia Season 5
  • Oddtaxi
  • The Slime Diaries
  • Those Snow White Notes
  • Thunderbolt Fantasy Sword Seekers 3
  • To Your Eternity
  • Tokyo Revengers
  • Zombie Land Saga Revenge Season 2

At the moment Crunchyroll still has seven anime that they’ve yet to announce. On top of that, only a handful of the new anime have specific airtimes.

Those anime include My Hero Academia, Koikimo, Joran the Princess of Snow and Blood, and So I’m a Spider, So What. To check out the full schedule, as well as the one for continuing simulcasts, check out their official website here.

We’ve also got plenty of other anime related content for you to look out while you wait for these releases, ranging from everything to Attack on Titan to JuJutsu Kaisen.

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