The 2018 Crunchyroll Anime Awards are officially over! The dust has settled and many are wondering just how many awards My Hero Academia won this year! Well, you’re about to find out as we present to you the full list of winners from this year’s event!

First special guest is Kizuna Ai, welcoming us to the Anime Awards. Justin Briner and Kevin Penkin join Christina Vee in the studio for the first award of the evening. Kind of odd that they’re not doing these on the live stage.

BEST OPENING SEQUENCE

Presenter(s): Justin Briner and Kevin Penkin
Winner: Darling in the FranXX

The same presenters stay on the set to discuss and present the next award.

BEST ENDING SEQUENCE

Presenter(s): Justin Briner and Kevin Penkin
Winner: Attack on Titan

We are now treated to a world premiere promotional video for the upcoming anime YUNO: The Girl Who Chants Love at the Bound of This World

Roger Diluigi and Michelle Phan join Christina Vee on the set for the next awards.

BEST BOY

Presenter(s): Roger Diluigi and Michelle Phan
Winner: Izuku Midoriya (My Hero Academia)
Official My Hero Academia Award Count: 1

BEST GIRL

Presenter(s): Roger Diluigi and Michelle Phan
Winner: Mai Sakurajima (Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl)

They kick it over to the live stage for the next set of awards. Beforehand, they ask a couple of “random people” from the crowd their opinions on the awards so far. Not going to lie, that segment was full of cringe. Miles reminded me of a 50-year old father trying to be hip to his teenage son.

BEST JAPANESE VOICE ACTOR

Presenter(s): None
Winner: Mamoru Miyano

BEST ENGLISH VOICE ACTOR

Presenter(s): None
Winner: Christopher Sabat
Official My Hero Academia Award Count: 2

Sungwon Cho, Ryan Potter, Freddie Wong join Christina Vee in the studio for the next three awards. Before we get to the nominees, they announce a contest to win a Devil May Cry 5-skinned Xbox One X for the viewers at home.

BEST FIGHT SCENE

Presenter(s): Sungwon Cho, Ryan Potter, Freddie Wong
Winner: All Might vs All for One
Official My Hero Academia Award Count: 3

BEST PROTAGONIST

Presenter(s): Sungwon Cho, Ryan Potter, Freddie Wong
Winner: Rimuru Tempest (That Time I Got Reincarnated As a Slime)

BEST ANTAGONIST

Presenter(s): Sungwon Cho, Ryan Potter, Freddie Wong
Winner: All for One (My Hero Academia)
Official My Hero Academia Award Count: 4

They show a promotional video from the upcoming show gen:lock from Rooster Teeth, coming soon to Crunchyroll. This segues our next presenters, Yssa Badiola and Miles Luna from Rooster Teeth.

BEST ANIMATION

Presenter(s): Yssa Badiola and Miles Luna
Winner: Violet Evergarden
Official My Hero Academia Award Count: Still at 4… it actually lost!

BEST CHARACTER DESIGN

Presenter(s): Yssa Badiola and Miles Luna
Winner: JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind

We get a promotional video for the upcoming anime Giant Insect Island. The anime will have a crowdfunding project. It will also have a prologue as an OVA bundled with a DVD. They kick it back to Victoria and Miles who have prize machine and a bunch of prize balls to reward the other Devil May Cry 5 Xbox One X. Afterwards we get our next award sponsored by VRV.

BEST CONTINUING SERIES

Presenter(s): None
Winner: Dragon Ball Super

We’re back with Christina Vee who announced the world premiere of the Xbox X One! Or she could have messed that name up. You decide. We’re then joined by some members of the Devil May Cry 5 developer team via pre-taped video! We are then joined by Tristan Gallant (Glass Reflection) and Miranda Sanchez.

BEST DIRECTOR

Presenter(s): Tristan Gallant and Miranda Sanchez
Winner: Masaaki Yuasa (Devilman Crybaby)

BEST FILM

Presenter(s): Tristan Gallant and Miranda Sanchez
Winner: My Hero Academia: Two Heroes
Official My Hero Academia Award Count: 5

We are treated to a world premiere trailer for the Made in Abyss: Journey’s Dawn compilation movie! We shoot it back to the live crowd to present the Industry Icon award

INDUSTRY ICON AWARD

Presenter(s): Miles and Victoria
Winner: Masahiko Minami

Masahiko Minami takes the stage to deliver an acceptance speech. He talked about how Bones is celebrating 20 years and some of the great titles they have produced like Fullmetal Alchemist, Eureka 7, Space Dandy, and My Hero Academia.

Official My Hero Academia Award Count: 6 (It was mentioned as part of the Industry Icon Award speech. Screw it. I’m counting it)

We now get to the big award… Anime of the Year. Geoff Thew and Kyles Jones join Christina Vee back in the studio for the presentation of the final award.

ANIME OF THE YEAR

Presenter(s): Geoff Thew and Kyles Jones
Winner: Devilman Crybaby

That’s it for your 2018 Crunchyroll Anime Awards. Agree/Disagree with the choices? Let us know in the comments below!