August will be a good month for anime fans with an HBO Max subscription. Thanks to its partnership with anime streaming site, Crunchyroll, HBO will be offering five new classic anime titles to its roster.
It’s this same partnership that allowed HBO to offer some of the already available anime series and movie such as titles from the Studio Ghibli library. Crunchyroll has said that it will offer more anime for HBO Max every quarter and only select content from their platform will be available on HBO Max.
Crunchyroll confirmed five new titles, including the classic series, Inuyasha, which are set to premiere come August. The other titles that will be offered include sci-fi mecha anime, Aldonoah. Zero, the popular action-comedy, Mob Psycho 100, the highly regarded fantasy, The Promised Neverland, and lastly, magical girl series, Puella Magi Madoka Magica.
HBO Max is the company’s newest service which is the most extensive, in terms of offerings, out of their current plans. It costs $14.99 monthly and includes big titles such as The Lord of the Rings, Game of Thrones, Westworld, and more.