Crunchyroll is returning to San Diego Comic-Con and they have a lot of plans!
Crunchyroll Ultimate Anime Fitness Challenge
While the Fitness Challenge has now been all claimed, there is always a chance for walk-ins, or new slots being opened. Crunchyroll has partnered with Hardcore Fitness (1014 Fifth Ave STE 120, San Diego, CA 92101) to present a unique non-intensive training experience from Charles Thorp with sessions at 9 AM and 10 AM on Friday the 21st and Saturday the 22nd.
Included with the access is a free Crunchyroll Water Bottle, Crunchyroll Gym Towel, and a complimentary smoothie. If and when spots open back up again, they will be available Here
Missed out on the exercise, but still want the Anime? Crunchyroll will be on the convention floor at Booth #4135 that will take fans on The JUJUTSU KAISEN Experience and will award them with Dragon Ball Super: SUPER HERO wristbands, Solo Leveling postos, Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba posters, art cards for JUJUTSU KAISEN, and My Hero Academia art cards.
Crunchyroll Industry Panel
Crunchyroll’s Lauren Moore & Tim Lyu will talk about the latest news in their collection of anime coming out of Crunchyroll.
Thursday, July 20 @ 3:00 PM in Room 6A
“Amazing! Fantastic! Incredible!” News From The Comic-Con Museum
Michael Uslan, Colleen Duran, Kim Munson, Troy Carlson, Steve Oliff, Rita Vandergaw, and Terry Li will talk about what to expect, and the talk will be emceed by Eddie Ibrahim.
Thursday, July 20 @ 10:00 AM location TBD
Anime Exhibits at Comic-Con Museum
At the Comic-Con Museum Crunchyroll will be presenting new exhibits and features for My Hero Academia, Cowboy Bebop’s 25th anniversary, and more beginning Tuesday, July 18 at 10 AM. Tickets can be purchased Here.