Every Crunchyroll Anime Awards Winner, Including Anime Of The Year

My Hero Academia wins a third of the categories.

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Every Crunchyroll Anime Awards winner has been announced. In a repeat of last year, My Hero Academia has once again gone home as the most awarded anime of the year, winning five of the 15 categories. Also like last year, though, the shonen series lost when it came to Anime of the Year. This year, the award goes to Devilman Crybaby.

A 2018 Netflix Original that premiered January 5, Devilman Crybaby is an anime adaptation of Go Nagai's 1970s Devilman manga. Devilman has been adapted before, but Crybaby is the first to update the story with a modern day setting, and the anime includes new characters and an adjusted plot. Devilman Crybaby focuses on two best friends, Akira Fudo and Ryo Asuka. After discovering demons are real, Akira convinces Ryo to become possessed by one in order to give humanity a fighting chance against the supernatural threat. Now half human and half demon, Ryo calls himself the Devilman and protects the world as a violent superhero.

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Other notable highlights during the Anime Awards were the world premiere of the trailer for the upcoming Made in Abyss movie, as well as a sneak peak at the upcoming Spring 2019 anime YU-NO: A Girl Who Chants Love at the Bound of the World. YU-NO is a combined effort by both Feel and Genco, two major anime studios. The former is responsible for animating series like Dagashi Kashi and Hinamatsuri, while the latter is the production company behind anime like Sword Art Online, Toradora, and Elfen Lied. During the Anime Awards, Crunchyroll also gave away some sweet Devil May Cry 5 and Hime-themed Xbox One consoles and controllers.

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We've outlined the entire list of Crunchyroll Anime Awards winners below. If you need a refresher on which series and movies were nominated for each category--of which I helped decide as one of the judges this year--we've got you covered on that too.

Crunchyroll Anime Awards Winners

  • Anime of the Year -- Devilman Crybaby
  • Best Protagonist -- Rimuru Tempest (That Time I Got Reincarnated As a Slime)
  • Best Antagonist -- All for One (My Hero Academia Season 3)
  • Best Boy -- Izuku "Deku" Midoriya (My Hero Academia Season 3)
  • Best Girl -- Mai Sakurajima (Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai)
  • Best Opening Sequence -- "Kiss of Death" sung by Mika Nakashima (Darling in the Franxx)
  • Best Ending Sequence -- "Akatsuki no Requiem" sung by Linked Horizon (Attack on Titan Season 3)
  • Best Voice Actor: Japanese -- Mamoru Miyano for his character Kotaro Tatsumi (Zombie Land Saga)
  • Best Voice Actor: English -- Christopher Sabat for his character All Might (My Hero Academia Season 3)
  • Best Director -- Masaaki Yuasa (Devilman Crybaby)
  • Best Animation -- Violet Evergarden
  • Best Film -- My Hero Academia: Two Heroes
  • Best Character Design -- JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind
  • Best Fight Scene -- All for One vs All Might (My Hero Academia Season 3)
  • Best Continuing Series -- Dragon Ball Super

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