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Poll Results: Best Spooktober Anime?

And the winner of our best Spooktober anime poll is… Little Witch Academia! Higurashi no Naku Koro ni and Soul Eater follow close behind in second and third place with 13.5% and 12.1% of the votes.

Our next poll will be waaay more general. Head on over to the sidebar and pick the things that you enjoy! Anime, manga, video games, light novels, and more. You can choose up to three.

You can find the full results of the previous poll after the break!

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New Merchandise for “Fate/Grand Order”, “Magical Circle Guru Guru”, “Love Live!”, and “Love Live! Sunshine!!”

Good Smile Company has added new merchandise to its shop!

An Arthur Pendragon/Saber Nendoroid with both regular and ascended versions (Fate/Grand Order), a Kukuri Nendoroid (Magical Circle Guru Guru), a Hanayo Koizumi figFIX (Love Live!), a Nico Yazawa figFIX (Love Live!), a rereleased Chika Takami Nendoroid (Love Live! Sunshine!!), and a set of Nendoroid More Dress Up Parts (Love Live! Sunshine!!) are available to preorder now.

You can find more pictures and information after the break!

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Do Not Access Crunchyroll’s Website; It’s Been Compromised

Do not access Crunchyroll’s website at this time. Crunchyroll’s German Twitter account has reported that the site is currently suffering from a DNS hijacking.

Going to the page will automatically download an .exe file onto your computer. If the file has already been downloaded, you should be able to simply delete it, but make sure to not open or run the file! There have been reports that it is a type of malware that will encrypt your hard drive.

Stay updated through and @Crunchyroll to find out when the site is safe to access again.

UPDATE: Crunchyroll’s site is fixed! You can visit worry free now.

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“IDOLiSH7” TV Anime Receives PV and Key Visual

I hope everyone is excited to see even more idol boys! IDOLiSH7, a mobile rhythm game created in a collaboration with Bandai Namco and Lantis, is receiving a television anime adaptation.

IDOLiSH7 follows the lives of a group of seven male idols working under the same agency. Their manager is the agency owner’s daughter and she will try her best to unite the idols with their different quirks and personalities to reach their goals together.

The mobile game was originally released to Japan in August 2015 and received a manga adaptation at around the same time.

IDOLiSH7 will begin airing in January 2018. The first two episodes were pre-screened at a fan event yesterday.

Find the video and visual after the break!

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