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Crunchyroll Announces Ongoing Anime Titles for the Winter 2014 Lineup

  by Lindo Korchi

Crunchyroll users will be excited to hear that many of their favorite anime titles from the Fall 2013 Lineup will continue to run during Crunchyroll’s Winter 2014 Lineup. And yes, that includes the almighty Kiryuuin-Matoi confrontation/battle from Kill la Kill.

Below marks the ongoing series that will make their mark for the winter season.

niceWe may finally be able to see Kiryuuin Satsuki against Matoi Ryuuko real soon. (Kill la Kill)

naruto-shippuden-naruto-shippuuden-25155342-1705-933Hopefully the duo, Sasuke & Naruto, get to team up this season. (Naruto Shippuden)


There’s never a dull day in the life of a Hunter. (Hunter x Hunter)


I wonder if Mutta ever considered his life to be so adventurous. (Space Brothers)


The beautiful flow of awesome hair returns. (Saint Seiya Omega)


Hopefully we’ll be able to see “Erza’s daughter”, Morgiana, in more battles. (Magi: The Kingdom of Magic)


Let the great bike race commence. (Yowapeda)


Time for more sports anime. (Ace of the Diamond)


A good tutorial on becoming a super hero. (Samurai Flamenco)


Another full season of Japanese folktales that you can remember. (Folktales from Japan)


It’s time to duel. (Cardfight!! Vanguard Link Joker)


………………………… (Bottom Biting Bug)


How far will the Miracle Generation go? (Kuroko’s Basketball)


Entire into the game world. (Log Horizon)


Extra Edition. (Sword Art Online)

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Fear Koyomi Araragi. (Monogatari)


Puzzles never truly end. (Phi Brain)


Anyone else shocked as to how Ippo can still fight? (Hajime No Ippo: The Fighting!)


Experience life at sea. (Nagi no Asukara (Nagi-Asu: A Lull in the Sea)


Not your ordinary vampire series. (Strike the Blood)


The world of endless gourmets. (Toriko)


Set sail into the New World. Kanpai! (One Piece)

Are you excited about the titles that made it on Crunchyroll’s Winter 2014 Lineup? Let us know!

Lindo Korchi

After realizing that writing was his 'native language,' Lindo set out on creating a novel. Eventually, he realized that it would be 'impossible' to make a career out of it - discarding his dream. It wasn't until he began writing for Anime Expo's news site, Inside AX, that he would discover the multitude of routes that journalism holds. Since that time, he's reclaimed his dream and has continued to hone his skills in the art of writing. While covering conventions, he found an additional art-form that he would fall in love with -- photography. Now the journey truly begins for our young warrior.
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