2018 Crunchyroll Anime Awards, Watch Online

Whether you're an obsessed fanatic or you're relatively new to the world of anime, the list of nominees for Crunchyroll's upcoming 2018 Anime Awards is a great resource. With just a glance, you can see if your favorite series, character, score, and movie made the list; at the same time, you can also see what titles you might have missed over the last year! So whether you're a die-hard fan of My Hero Academia, or have just heard about Attack on Titan and Dragon Ball Super through the grapevine, this is one event you don't want to miss!

Here are the details for the upcoming awards show and how you can watch the festivities:

Additionally, Twitch will be the exclusive streaming partner for Crunchyroll’s Anime Awards. They've teamed up to stream anime marathons in the past, but this will be the first time they’re coming together for an event. Viewers at home can predict the winners by voting live on the Twitch stream. Special VIP guests like Johnny O’Bryant, formerly of the Charlotte Hornets and now of the manga company Noir Caesar, will be in attendance, and there will be live stage performances as well.

In addition to live-streaming the Anime Awards, Twitch will be airing a US-only marathon of some of this year’s nominees beginning Thursday, February 22nd at 9:00am PT and leading up to the live awards show on February 24th:

Take a look at the full list of nominees below:

Anime of the Year:

Manga of the Year:

Best Action

Best Drama

Best Comedy

Best Slice of Life

Best Continuing Series

Best Animation

Hero of the Year

Villain of the Year

Best Opening

Best Ending

Best Boy

Best Girl

Best Film

Best CGI

Best Score

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