Sunday, December 10

Crunchyroll acquires anime store Right Stuf without the erotic | Digital Trends Spanish

In a release this Thursday, August 4, Crunchyroll announced that it acquired the Right Stuf store, however, it will do without all erotic content.

“We are delighted to announce that Right Stuf, one of the world’s leading online anime superstores, has officially joined the Crunchyroll family. Expanding on Crunchyroll’s e-commerce offerings, the acquisition aims to serve anime fans and collectors an even broader range of merchandise for purchase online, including manga, home video, figures, games, music, and everything in between. », They commented from Crunchyroll.

“For 35 years, Right Stuf’s mission has been to connect anime fans with the products they love,” said Shawne Kleckner, CEO of Right Stuf. “Joining forces with Crunchyroll allows us to accelerate and scale this effort more than ever. There has never been a more exciting time to be an anime fan than today! Kleckner and the Right Stuf team will be joining Crunchyroll’s Startups organization, led by Terry Li.

Crunchyroll posted a “Frequently Asked Questions” web page confirming that “Erotica” would be removed from Right Stuf, with the platform stating the following:

“As part of our new Right Stuf + Crunchyroll unification, we will be phasing out content and products from the erotic genre. New orders for these items will not be accepted and will be removed from”

For those who ordered Right Stuf’s adult content and were waiting for open orders, here’s what Crunchyroll had to say:

“If you log in to your RightStufAnime account, articles that have been considered will no longer have an image. You will also receive a notification from us for open orders.”

Founded in 1987, Right Stuf is a leading consumer source for anime pop culture merchandise online. By visiting their e-commerce portal, enthusiasts and collectors can find thousands of products, including Blu-rays, manga books, music, figurines, collectibles, and more.

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