Two powerhouses in the anime industry, Crunchyroll and Viz Media, are pairing up to bring five titles, subbed and dubbed, to home video including Burn The Witch, The God of High School, In/Spectre, Jujutsu Kaisen, and Tower of God for sale in Canada and the United States.
Burn the Witch
In this three-episode mini-series from Tite Kubo, dragons are causing trouble throughout London. Witches Noel Niihashi and Ninny Spangcole are assigned to safeguard the residents of London while managing these winged beasts.
The God of High School
A Crunchyroll Original series, students from all over South Korea compete in a contest to see who is the strongest of all high school students. Jin Mori thinks he has what it takes to cement his belief that he can hold this title, but there’s plenty of others who he has to defeat first.
Another Crunchyroll Originals title, In/Spectre, has the the God of Wisdom, Iwanaga Kotoko, using her skills to satiate the supernatural needs of those who call upon her. Kotoko is enamored with Sakuragawa Kuro, who happens to put her supernatural callers on edge. Will the two overcome the obstacles set forth to keep them apart?
Negative feelings from humans transform into Curses that permeate the world, causing catastrophe to whomever they inhabit. Once infected by a Curse, only another Curse can expel it.
Yuji Itadori is your average high school student, albeit with hidden strength. To save a fellow classmate, he consumes the finger of a specter and starts his journey to purge the Curses.
Tower of God
A young man confined beneath a foreboding tower enters the structure in hopes of finding his missing friend. This dark fantasy adventure involves him exploring the tower, fighting off its denizens, meeting new friends on the way and learning of what makes this structure so infernal.
Crunchyroll is the world’s largest anime company, boasting over 100 million user accounts, with four million paying subscribers where they can watch more than a thousand animated shows.
Viz Media is one of North America’s biggest anime companies, publishing translated manga, producing subbed and subbed home media releases, and managing licenses for some of the most popular animated franchises known around the world.
Source: Crunchyroll media release
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