If you’re eagerly awaiting the latest news, cosplay outfits, and show debuts straight from Comic-Con, then check out the great lineup of YouTube personalities including:
- Stan Lee’s World of Heroes featuring Stan Lee himself, Jace Hall (The Jace Hall Show), Bonnie Burton(Author, Star Wars Craft Book), Adrianne Curry (America’s Next Top Model) and more.
- Blackbox TV featuring Tony E. Valenzuela (creator of Blackbox TV), actor Brea Grant & Zane Grant, and more.
- Nerdist featuring Neil deGrasse Tyson, and Tournament of Nerds with Justin Donaldson and Hal Rudnick.
- Machinima Prime featuring Anna Popplewell (The Chronicles of Narnia), Tom Green (Dance Academy),Daniel Cudmore (X2, X-Men: The Last Stand, The Twilight Saga) and more.
- Geek & Sundry featuring Felicia Day, Veronica Belmont and Tom Merritt.
- Warner Brothers debuts H+ The Digital Series – a riveting, futuristic series from producer Bryan Singer (The Usual Suspects / X-Men: First Class) – followed by a Q&A with Alexis Denisof (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), David Clayton Rogers (Jane by Design), Sean Gunn (Gilmore Girls), and more.
- Plus other exciting programming from Shut Up! Cartoons, Mondo, MyDamnChannel, and LOUD, and learn more on the YouTube blog.
To find any of these on YouTube, just open the YouTube app on your Google TV, search for the channel name (i.e. World of Heroes), click “channel” in the top right-hand corner, and sit back and enjoy all the latest videos.
Ikki Tousen. Blue Exorcist. Blood+. Crackle has full episodes of over 50 popular anime series including some previously not available in the US, like Kurozuka, and others that we know you’ll love like Marvel’s Wolverine and Iron Man.
The Crunchyroll app is sure to keep you entertained for hours as you browse and watch from their large selection of your favorite Japanese Anime and Drama series on your big screen. Will Gon uncover the clue from the tape recorder? Will Ichigo and Gingo finally settle the score?
Nearly all the episodes are free, and if you want to watch new episodes just an hour after they air in Japan, you can sign up for the paid membership. Take a peek at Naruto Shippuden or indulge in a Shugo Chara episode.
Find Crackle in the Spotlight section of Google TV and download Crunchyroll from the Google Play Store today.
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Posted by Catherine Liang, Google TV Product Marketing Manager