The trailers of the anime that comes in 2023

We always say goodbye to the year with a list of novelties to buy in the store, but we always have to keep an eye on the road.

2023 is going to be a year full of good anime and with services like Crunchyroll running, we must not lose sight of the news from the country of the rising sun.

Take a look and take note:


It seems that Dragon Ball Super Hero has been an animation “proof of concept” that will continue to be used in the future. Sandland, the classic manga by Akira Toriyama that you can find for sale on paper in a single volume, will be the next name on the list that will receive the three-dimensional treatment for its anime adaptation.

Kaiju nº8

One of the biggest hits of 2022 on paper in Japan, published by Planeta Cómic in our country, will have an early conversion to anime that will be carried out by the prestigious Production IG studio, responsible for hits like Psycho-Pass or Ghost in the Shell Stand Alone Complex among many others.

Rurouni Kenshin

We have talked about this more than once around these parts, but we have a new trailer; more than enough reasons to mention it again. Rurouni Kenshin, Nobuhiro Watsuki’s classic that had so many fans in the 90s, returns to the small screen in a new adaptation that will attract both new generations and old fans with the hope of reliving the best time of their lives.

Kimetsu no Yaiba (Season 3)

The expectation generated by the third season of Kimetsu No Yaiba (Demon Slayer in the USA and Guardians of the Night in our country) is such that Crunchyroll and Ufotable have decided to release it on the big screen simultaneously in 80 countries around the world. Following in the footsteps of “El Tren Infinito”, the first 60 minutes of the third season of the series can only be seen by paying a movie ticket in a double session that will recall the last two episodes of the second season (spectacular, by the way).

There is no date yet, but we hope that Spain is on that list of graced countries.

One Punch Man (season 3)

Although the announcement is not yet official, a leak says that the third season of One Punch Man will be animated by Studio MAPPA. To many this will sound like ‘Chinese’, but we remember here that the first season of this series is one of the best pieces of animation that has come out of the Asian continent and was carried out by that same studio. The second, on the other hand, suffered worse luck and fell into the hands of the JCStaff studio, breaking expectations for a great series and receiving some of the worst reviews seen in the industry.

It is news to know that the One Punch Man animated series could return to its course, leaving the second season as a bad anecdote not to remember.