"One Piece Film Red" and "Fluffy Paradise"
In the frame of Diego Comic-Con 2023, Crunchyroll has announced it will be bringing three hit One Piece films from Toei Animation to its streaming service on July 27, including "One Piece Film: Gold" (2016), "One Piece: Stampede" (2019), and last year’s theatrical blockbuster "One Piece Film Red" (2022), which became the highest grossing film of the franchise and sixth highest grossing anime film globally to date. All three will be available to stream in the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.
This collection of feature films follows the highly anticipated arrival of the English dub of the "One Piece" anime series on Crunchyroll, which launched with the first 976 episodes on July 5. The English dub of "One Piece" is available to stream on Crunchyroll only in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa.
Additionally, Crunchyroll has anticipated the arrival of two new anime titles "SHY" from 8bit studios and "Fluffy Paradise" from EMT Squared. "SHY" takes place around the middle of the 21st century, where all war on Earth ceased. The sudden widespread appearance of "Heroes," people with supernatural powers who wish only for peace, has drastically transformed the world and the one protecting Japan is a young girl named Shy who is... cripplingly shy. Crunchyroll will launch this title on October 2023 worldwide, excluding Asia.
"Fluffy Paradise" tells the story of Midori who has died of overwork at age 27, but a god appeared before her and said, "You will reincarnate in another world and tell me whether you think humans deserve to continue existing there. In return, I will grant you a special power." Then Midori, hoping to relieve the exhaustion of the harsh life she'd lived, found herself asking... to cuddle cute, fluffy animals. Crunchyroll will release this title on January 2024 worldwide, excluding Asia.