My Hero Academia Lays the Smackdown at Crunchyroll Anime Awards

For the third year in a row, streaming service Crunchyroll has wrapped up its Anime Awards, which honor the best of the best in the world of anime. Among the biggest winners at the event, which was streamed on Twitch, were Devilman Crybaby and My Hero Academia.

2018's Anime of the Year was awarded to Science SARU's Devilman Crybaby, with Masaaki Yuasa also earning the award for Best Director. The award for Best Anime Film was given to My Hero Academia: Two Heroes, which premiered in July of 2018 and was produced by animation studio, BONES.

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Other noteworthy awards were for Best Animation and Best Character Design, which were given to Violet Evergarden (animated by Kyoto Animation) and JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind (designs by Takahiro Kishida), respectively.

Those are just some of the highlights of Crunchyroll's Anime Awards, which were decided by a combination of judges and fan votes. Here are the rest of the winners of this year's awards:

Best Protagonist - Rimuru Tempest of That Time I Got Reincarnated As a Slime

Best Antagonist - All for One of My Hero Academia Season 3

Best Boy - Izuku 'Deku' Midoriya of My Hero Academia Season 3

Best Girl - Mai Sakurajima of Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai

Best Opening Sequence - DARLING in the FRANXX for the opening sequence “KISS OF DEATH” sung by Mika Nakashima and produced by Hyde, sequence director Toshifumi Akai and storyboards by Atsushi Nishigori

Best Ending Sequence - Attack on Titan Season 3 for the ending sequence “Akatsuki no Requiem” sung by Linked Horizon, sequence director Satoshi Kadowaki

Best VA: Japanese - Mamoru Miyano for his character Kotaro Tatsumi from ZOMBIE LAND SAGA

Best VA: English - Christopher R. Sabat for his character All Might from My Hero Academia Season 3

Best Fight Scene - All for One vs All Might from My Hero Academia Season 3

Best Continuing Series - Dragon Ball Super from Toei Animation

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To learn more about the Anime Awards, click here.

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