Crunchyroll Taking Over San Diego Comic-Con with Offsites, Panels, More

Crunchyroll is heading back to San Diego Comic-Con this year with some massive experiences for fans, to bring them the first-ever Crunchyroll Ultimate Anime Fitness Challenge, panels, and more.

They’ll be taking over Hardcore Fitness (1014 Fifth Ave) on Friday, July 21 – Saturday, July 22 at 9am and 10am daily, where you’ll take part in the Crunchyroll Ultimate Anime Fitness Challenge. This will be a light workout with a killer playlist, and you’ll be rewarded with a free Crunchyroll water bottle and gym towel. Sign up now for your spot.

On the show floor, they’ll be at Booth #4135 to take you inside the world of JUJUTSU KAISEN with a new experience, where you’ll be immersrf in key moments from the series. They’ll also be giving out Dragon Ball Super: SUPER HERO wristbands, Solo Leveling and Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba posters, along with giveaway art cards for JUJUTSU KAISEN and My Hero Academia.

They’ll also have a panel on Thursday, July 20 at 3pm in Room 6A, where you’ll hear all about the latest and greatest anime news in the “Crunchyroll Industry Panel”.

Crunchyroll will also be part of a panel on Thursday, July 20 at 10am PT for the Comic-Con Museum.

Here’s a look at their panels:

Thursday, July 20 | 3:00 PM PT
San Diego Convention Center – Room 6A
Hear about all the latest and greatest anime coming out of Crunchyroll straight from the source!
Hosts: Crunchyroll’s Lauren Moore & Tim Lyu

Thursday, July 20 | 10:00 AM PT
San Diego Convention Center – (TBD)
Featuring: comic book historian and film producer – Michael Uslan; writer, illustrator and writer Colleen Duran; art historian and curator Kim Munson; Stage Nine Exhibits CEO – Troy Carlson; the godfather of color book digital coloring – Steve Oliff; executive director of the Comic-Con Museum – Rita Vandergaw; general manager of Crunchyroll Games and senior vice president of emerging business, Terry Li; and emceed by the famous Eddie Ibrahim.

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