With the Summer 2021 anime season almost upon us, it’s time to decide what to watch while spending your lazy summer. Well, keep an eye on Crunchyroll because it is about to bring in some heat.
Crunchyroll has always endowed fans with the power to seamlessly enjoy their favorite anime and this season won’t be any different either.
Crunchyroll has announced its anime lineup for the Summer 2021 season on its official website. The service will stream shows like That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime 2 Part 2, The Idaten Deities Know Only Peace, and Peach Boy Riverside.
The new additions to lineup this season are:
- That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Season 2 Part 2: 6 July 2021
The best Isekai you’ll watch this season. Catch up on the previous season because it is about to get real in this one.
- Girlfriend Girlfriend: 3 July 2021
A story about a highschooler who decides to date two girlfriends at the same time.
- The Idaten Deities Know Only Peace: 23 July 2021
This is a fantasy story about Demons who are resurrected in times of peace and have to deal with change of times. This is from the creator of Interspecies Reviewers, so you know what to expect.
- Peach Boy Riverside: 1 July 2021
This is a twist on the classic Japanese folktale of Momotaro, but from the perspective of monsters.
- I’m Standing on a Million Lives Season 2: 10 July 2021
Yusuke Yotsuya along with other humans finally wage war against the Orc Army.
- IDOLiSH7 Third Beat!: 13 June 2021
The third season follows the idol group IDOLiSH7, who are going on a world tour.
- Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid S: 8 July 2021
This is the second season for Kobayashi San’s Dragon Maid. It follows the adventures of Miss Kobayashi and all her dragon friends.
- The Aquatope on White Sand: 9 July 2021
This is about a former idol who moves to the beach town of Okinawa and finds her true purpose of helping out aquariums.
This is a Crunchyroll original which is a new take on pirates and sea adventure stories.
The list of continued simulcasts includes One Piece, Case Closed, Boruto, MHA, Tokyo Revengers, and To Your Eternity.
With a healthy amount of sequels as well as new anime with unique plots, we are certainly spoilt for choice this time around.
Source: Crunchyroll Official Webiste