Crunchyroll has announced the acquisition of Right Stuf, one of the world’s leading online anime stores. “Expanding Crunchyroll’s e-commerce offerings, the acquisition aims to provide anime fans and collectors with an even wider range of products to purchase online, including manga, home video, action figures, games, music and everything in between,” the company said in a statement. From the report: Founded in 1987, Right Stuf is the leading online consumer source for anime pop culture merchandise. By visiting its e-commerce portal, enthusiasts and collectors can find thousands of products, including Blu-ray, manga, music, figurines, collectibles and more. Right Stuf also offers licensed anime productions for home video through its own label.

“For 35 years, Right Stuf’s mission has been to connect anime fans with the products they love,” said Sean Kleckner, CEO of Right Stuf. “Joining efforts with Crunchyroll allows us to accelerate and scale these efforts more than ever before. There’s never been a more exciting time to be an anime fan than today!” Kleckner and the Right Stuf team will join Crunchyroll’s Emerging Businesses organization, led by Terry Lee. Sony acquired Crunchyroll for $1.175 billion from AT&T in a deal that closed in August 2021.

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