The Best Anime Coming to Crunchyroll in Fall 2022

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Are you already looking to keep up with the Fall 2022 anime developments? You'd be right, as Fall 2022 will be huge for anime fans! No matter your streaming service of choice, we got you covered! We've gathered some of the best anime coming to Crunchyroll in Fall 2022.

Fall 2022 is going to be an exciting season, with major shonen anime titles making a comeback. Moreover, many relatively new shows that premiered earlier this year or back in 2021 are coming back with new seasons or cours!

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Sports anime and isekai anime fans won't be left wanting either. After a relatively quiet summer season, most major genres will now be represented and new, long-anticipated titles will finally be here!

  1. Chainsaw Man

    Arguably one of the most anticipated anime of 2022, Chainsaw Man will finally air as part of the Fall 2022 anime season.

    At this point, you've probably heard about this show, whether or not you agree with the hype.

    Chainsaw Man is a transgressive anime that bends shonen tropes and delivers both gore and humor in unseen-before combinations.

    Denji, an impoverished orphan teenager, merges with his Devil pet to become the infamous Chainsaw Man - but this isn't your typical superhero story.

    Related: Is Chainsaw Man Shonen or Seinen?

    Not only does Denji want to live a normal life this time around, but he also enjoys the fame granted by his status, and a lot of clichés will be violently deconstructed.

    If you're wondering just why Chainsaw Man is so popular, the time to find out is coming soon.

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  2. Spy x Family Part 2

    Spy x Family will be back this fall for its second cour, and things look exciting!

    It might have only been one anime season since we were first introduced to them, but many already miss this odd and hilarious found family.

    Loid Forger has forged a family as a cover-up for his spy work, but all sorts of chaotic situations might yet ensue.

    What new adventures can we expect, and do the Forgers find out about each other by the end of it?

    Tune in to Crunchyroll this October to find out!

  3. My Hero Academia Season 6

    As we've already established, Fall 2022 is all about big-name shows making a comeback and My Hero Academia Season 6 is no exception.

    The brand new season of the shonen anime will be adapting the manga's paranormal Liberation War arc.

    This time, Deku and the other heroes will be fighting against the Paranormal Liberation Front led by Tomura Shigaraki, the grandson of All Might’s mentor, Nana Shimura, and the villainous apprentice of All Might’s nemesis, All For One.

    This is a highly anticipated season, so make sure you mark the date to catch up on Crunchyroll!

  4. Mob Psycho 100 Season 3

    Studio Bones - also home to My Hero Academia - is outdoing itself this fall, as another of their major anime, Mob Psycho 100, is getting a brand new season.

    Season 3 finds Shigeo Kageyama, also known as Mob, at a difficult phase in his life. Not only is he dealing with the aftermath of the cult he accidentally inspired into being, but he also has major life decisions to make.

    Who does he want to be, and what path will he pursue in life? Thankfully, his mentor, Arataka Reigen, and his friends will be nearby to help!

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  5. To Your Eternity Season 2

    For those who missed Fushi's philosophical and heartbreaking journey, To Your Eternity Season 2 is finally arriving on Crunchyroll this fall.

    In the previous season, Fushi came a long way, from a mere orb to a sensitive young man who cannot fully comprehend his immortal nature and the mortality of those around him whom he must lose forever.

    Having suffered the loss of his grandmother figure, Fushi has spent several decades alone, without transforming at all.

    What will get him out of the island and back into society? Stay tuned to find out! Meanwhile, you can check our To Your Eternity Season 1 recap to freshen up your memory!

  6. Blue Lock

    Blue Lock might not be a big-name continuing series, but it's not every season that you get a good sports anime, and this one looks promising if a bit bleak.

    When the Japanese Football Association decides to hire Jinpachi Ego, an eccentric coach, Jinpachi tries to achieve the dream of winning the World Cup in an unorthodox way.

    Jinpachi initiates the Blue Lock, a restricted facility where around 300 talented footballers gather from all over Japan.

    The stakes aren't exactly life and death, but those who lose might have to say goodbye to their football dreams forever.

  7. Do It Yourself!!

    Intimidated by all these big names? No need to be! Crunchyroll will also be streaming smaller-scale original anime this fall.

    Do It Yourself!! is a slice-of-life anime by Studio Pine Jam. It will feature a group of girls who are determined not to fail in their passion projects, engaging with DIY crafts.

    Not a few of us developed new and strange hobbies during the pandemic, so while Do It Yourself!! doesn't seem to have much of a plot, we'll still be checking it out, as it looks quite cute and wholesome at first glance!

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