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Virtual Crunchyroll Expo 2021 is set for this August and Crunchyroll has announced even more spectacular guests heading to New Crunchy City! Musical guests and award-winning voice actors, the guest list continues to grow!
Let’s Get Musical!
These Japanese musical artists will be performing concerts followed by Q&A sessions, letting fans get to know the performers better!
Burnout Syndrome is the Japanese rock band behind well enjoyed musical openings for Haikyu and Dr. Stone.
7 Billion Dots performed opening and ending themes for Boruto: Naruto Next Generations and Granblue Fantasy The Animation Season 2.
MAGIC OF LIFE is the melodic rock band with songs featured in the anime series Yowamushi Pedal and Joker Game.
Rhythmic Toy World’s song “Boku no Koe” is the awesome opening theme for the anime Yowamushi Pedal Glory Line.
More Voice-Actors Join The V-CRX 2021 Lineup!
Well-known and anime-community favorite Bryce Papenbrook will be appearing at this year’s V-CRX! Papenbrook has appeared in numerous anime, animations, video games, and TV Shows, including Inosuke Hashibira from Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, Kirito from Sword Art Online, and Eren from Attack on Titan.
Award-winning voice actor Zeno Robinson will be a guest at V-CRX! He has appeared in video games, anime, and animation, he won the award for Best VA Performance (EN) at this year’s Crunchyroll Anime Awards for his role as Hawks in My Hero Academia Season 4. He has roles in popular anime series including Ogun Montgomery in Fire Force, Garfiel Tinsel in Re:Zero, and more!
A fabulous lineup of guests that continues to grow. V-CRX 2021 is the event anime fans won’t want to miss!
Running from August 5-7, V-CRX 2021 will take fans back to New Crunchy City, Crunchyroll’s digital hub for the global anime community. See exclusive global premieres, check out industry and fan panels, and scope out interesting merch, New Crunchy City knows how to make anime fans feel welcome! You can register for Virtual Crunchyroll Expo for free.
A reminder that submissions have opened for fan panels and entries for Crunchyroll-Hime’s Cosplay Cup. Show your latest cosplay or share your feelings about a topic in the world of anime (or do both).
Virtual Crunchyroll Expo will stream August 5-7 only at expo.crunchyroll.com. You can register now. Fan panel submissions close on Friday, June 11th, with entries for the Cosplay Cup due by Sunday, June 6th. Stay tuned for more announcements and news about this exciting event!