Crunchyroll will offer the simulcast of the second part of Radiant and the anime of Mairimashita! Iruma-kun

This weekend of August 31 and September 1, the Crunchyroll Expo 2019 is celebrated in the Californian city of San José.

The fair leaves the announcement by the online streaming anime service Crunchyroll of two new simulcasts for the next fall season. This is the second part of Radiant and the anime of Mairimashita! Iruma-kun, adaptation of the same title manga by Makoto Moriwaki.

Original title: Radiant
Studio: Lerche
Release date: October 27, 2019
Duration: 21 episodes
Availability: To be determined

Seth is an aspiring magician from the Pompo Hills region. Like all magicians, he is one of the few humans who have survived contact with the Nemesis, creatures fallen from the sky that end everything they touch.

His apparent immunity to them led him to decide to become a Nemesis Hunter. But Seth doesn’t just want to hunt monsters … with a group of wizards and closely watched by the Inquisition, he will travel the world in search of the Radiant, the nest of the Nemesis.

Original title: Mairimashita! Iruma-kun
Studio: Bandai Namco Pictures
Release date: October 2019
Duration: 23 episodes
Availability: To be determined

Suzuki Iruma has just been abandoned and sold to a demon by his irresponsible parents. Surprisingly, the next thing he knows is that he is living with the devil who adopted him as if he were his new grandson and after being transferred to a school in the world of demons where his new grandfather “demon” works as a principal.

Thus begins the extraordinary school life of the cowardly Iruma-kun among the beings of the other world, at the same time that he learns to face true self, taking on challenges and becoming someone great.

In addition to these two titles, which will be available on Crunchyroll from October, platform users can now enjoy the live concert of Kizuna AI, “hello world”.

The popular virtual Youtuber stars in this special held in December 2018 for two days, their first concert, a great event called “hello, world” that brought together their fans in Osaka and Tokyo, who were able to enjoy the themes of the nine singles that The YouTuber launched for nine consecutive weeks.

This special is available at the moment for users around the world with the exception of Asia without texts of any kind, although subtitles and lyrics will be included soon.

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