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Anime Expo 2022 announces full lineup

'My Hero Academia,' 'Demon Slayer,' and more at Anime Expo 2022.

Anime Expo has released its full lineup for 2022 and it includes the likes of premieres from My Hero Academia, Made in Abyss, a Demon Slayer celebration, and a SPY x FAMILY English dub cast panel, among other events.

According to a press, release, the full programming lineup from the Society for the Promotion of Japanese Animation’s Anime Expo “is jam-packed with exclusive premieres, celebrations, panels, talent appearance and more.” That includes events centered around the likes of Bleach, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, JUJUTSU KAISEN, Mob Psycho 100, Chainsaw Man, and ULTRAMAN, among “many, many more.”

“Several ticketed nightlife events will also be hosted at The NOVO, including a special performance by two-time GRAMMY-nominated artist Steve Aoki,” the announcement added.

You check out the entire schedule, beginning July 1, on Anime Expo’s website. There you will find tickets to the various events, all of which are located in Los Angeles.

Some of the premieres at AX this year include the following:

  • My Hero Academia OVAs North American Premiere
  • Mob Psycho 100 III Kickoff
  • Dr. STONE Special Episode – RYUSUI World Premiere
  • Made in Abyss Season 2 Premiere
  • Crunchyroll Presents: New Simulcast Premieres

Noted celebrations happening at expo include:

  • Bleach Celebration Panel
  • Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Third Anniversary Celebration
  • JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Anniversary Panel

Here is a list of selected industry panels:

  • SPY x FAMILY English Dub Cast
  • JUJUTSU KAISEN With the Staff
  • Chainsaw Man by MAPPA and Crunchyroll

A few special events are also planned at The Novo, an events venue in LA:

  • One Piece Film Red Presents Steve Aoki Live
  • Neon District, Headlined by Slushii
  • Anime Expo Homecoming: City Pop

Anime Expo 2022 is happening at the LA Convention Center from July 1-4. You can purchase tickets on their website.

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