Anime streaming service Crunchyroll has just announced eight new original series as part of its Crunchyroll Originals content. The series are among the first originals from the all-anime service and were debuted this week in the form of a Crunchyroll press release and epic new trailer.

The eight new series span a variety of genres and themes and should help further establish Crunchyroll as the go-to service for streaming anime. The eight new series are:

  • In/Spectre – a supernatural romance mixes that follows a duo as they set out to solve mysteries set in a fantasy-laden world.
  • Tower of God – a dark fantasy series which follows a hero’s journey to a mysterious tower filled with otherworldly terrors.
  • Onyx Equinox – a historical fiction series set among ancient Mesoamerican cultures in which a young Aztec boy is saved from death and forced to serve as humanity’s champion in a struggle against the gods.
  • The God of High School – based on the comic series of the same name, this action-packed series follows a group of high schoolers as they compete in an epic tournament using powers borrowed from the gods and uncover mysterious conspiracies along the way.
  • Noblesse – also based on a comic series of the same name, Noblesse is a fish-out-of-water tale of a centuries-old vampire who wakes up in modern times after sleeping for 820 years.
  • Meiji Gekken: Sword & Gun – this ensemble tale follows a group of dangerous characters as they try to negotiate the rapid societal changes of Meiji-era Japan.
  • FreakAngels – this post-apocalyptic tale follows a group of young psychics attempting to rebuild society following a mysterious cataclysm.
  • High Guardian Spice – four teenage girls train to become superheroes all while coming to grips with their own mysterious pasts.

These new Crunchyroll Originals will be released throughout 2020 exclusively on Crunchyroll. Subscriptions start at just $7.99/month and offer HD streams of anime content from around the world, including simulcasts fresh from Japan.

The service can be streamed via a web browser or on a variety of mobile devices, gaming platforms, and streaming hardware. Crunchyroll even offers a free trial for you to check out what the best of the anime world has to offer.

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