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The Results Are In! Anime Awards 2018

If you're a dedicated fan to anime, you've probably already voted in the Crunchyroll Anime Awards for the 2018 year. With several exciting categories to choose from, you have the option of voting for the best shows that came out this year. Here's a recap of who won for each category!


Best Protagonist

Rimuru Tempest from That Time I Got Reincarnated As A Slime

Best Antagonist

All For One from My Hero Academia Season 3

Best Boy

Izuku ‘Deku’ Midoriya from My Hero Academia Season 3

Best Girl

Mai Sakurajima from Rascal Does Not Dream Of Bunny Girl Senpai

Best Opening Sequence


Song: Kiss of Death by Mika Nakashima X Hyde

Animation Team: Toshifumi Akai with storyboards by Atsushi Nishigori

Best Ending Sequence

Attack on Titan Season 3

Song: Akatsuki no Requiem by Linked Horizon

Animation Team: Masaki Tachibana

Best Voice Actor Performance (Japan)

Mamoru Miyano playing Kotaro Tatsumi from Zombieland Saga

Best Voice Actor Performance (English)

Christopher R Sabat playing All Might in My Hero Academia Season 3

Best Director

Masaaki Yuasa director of Devilman Crybaby

Best Animation

Violet Evergarden by studio Kyoto Animation

Best Film

My Hero Academia: Two Heroes by studio Bones

Best Character Design

JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind by Takahiro Kishida

Anime of the Year

Devilman Crybaby by studio Science Saru

Best Fight Scene

All for One vs All Might from My Hero Academia Season 3

Best Continuing Series

Dragon Ball Super by studio Toei Animation

With so many different anime series to choose from, and so many fans out there voting, it can be difficult when it comes to these kinds of awards. After all, everyone gets a little disappointed when they don't see their favorite series making the cut. That being said, it looks like the fan favorite My Hero Academia and Netflix original Devilman Crybaby have been the two series to do exceptionally well this year. Regardless of personal tastes, we appreciate all the hard work these production teams put into making their respective series. It'll be exciting to see what the Crunchyroll Awards of 2019 have in store for us at the end of the year!

Let us know in the comments which anime series you're glad won and which you would have liked to see! To find out more about this year's Crunchyroll Anime Awards, please check out the official site.



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