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Miss Hokusai ANIME REVIEW

Miss Hokusai ANIME REVIEW
RELEASE: 25 April 2016 FROM: Anime Limited FORMAT: DVD & Blu-ray PRICE (RRP): £17.99 (DVD), £19.99 (Blu-ray), £59.99 (Collector’s Edition) AGE RATING: 12 This review was originally published in MyM Magazine. Subscribe here. Set in Edo in the early 19th century, Production I.G movie Miss Hokusai is as sound a film about art and artists as you’re likely to find, animated or live action. It tells the story of O-Ei, the 20-something... 

Terror In Resonance ANIME REVIEW

Terror In Resonance ANIME REVIEW
RELEASE: 25 April 2016 FROM: Anime Limited FORMAT: DVD & Blu-ray PRICE (RRP): £24.99 (DVD), £99.99 (Ultimate Edition Blu-ray/DVD) AGE RATING: 15 This review was originally published in MyM Magazine. Subscribe here. This 11-part standalone series is the latest offering from Shinichiro Watanabe, legendary director of Cowboy Bebop and Samurai Champloo. Don’t set expectations too high, because there’s no attempt here to recapture... 

Noein ANIME REVIEW

Noein ANIME REVIEW
RELEASE: Out Now FROM: Anime Limited FORMAT: Blu-ray Collector’s Ed. PRICE (RRP): £49.99 AGE RATING: 15 This review was originally published in MyM Magazine. Subscribe here. Noein is a bold mash-up of opposites, a cute kids’ drama slammed with gusto into an apocalypse epic. There are summer games and child’s-eye nostalgia. There are time-travelling warriors and weird Dali-esque giants. There’s a ferociously complex plot, featuring... 

All The Anime Interview With Exclusive Psycho-Pass Announcement @ MCM Birmingham

All The Anime Interview With Exclusive Psycho-Pass Announcement @ MCM Birmingham
Jeremy Graves from All The Anime takes the BUZZ Livestream stage at MCM Birmingham comic con to make an exclusive announcement… but that’s right at the end after the tells the world why anime is so great and how he can narrow down the anime that will most appeal to you. Oh, and to shamelessly plug his company and boast why All The Anime is different from all the other anime companies. Bless him.      Read More →

See Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’ In 3D At The Cinema

See Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’ In 3D At The Cinema
Following its successful run in UK cinemas last Autumn, Manga Entertainment is re-releasing Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’ in 3D for a limited time in 56 sites across the UK. The 2D release was originally planned to open for just one day across 25 sites in the UK, but Dragon Ball Z fans both old and new showed such love and support that it resulted in the film extending to over 90 sites for over 2twoweeks, taking the #5 spot in the official... 

VIDEO Dragon Ball x Ford: An Unbelievable Fusion

VIDEO Dragon Ball x Ford: An Unbelievable Fusion
Apparently Ford has decided that the Dragon Ball generation is now old enough to be buying cars. What a shame Fiat already has a car called the Piccolo otherwise who knows where this advertising campaign may have ended? Although the Ford DBZ or Ford Goku still have a certain ring to them… Oh, and just because it seems pertinent under the circumstances here’s a clip from an old episode with Piccolo and Goku learning to drive…   • Dragon... 

Teaser Trailer For New Berserk Anime

Teaser Trailer For New Berserk Anime
A trailer for the new anime version based on Kentarou Miura’s long-running Berserk manga has been unveiled on the project’s official site to coincide with its debut at at NBC Universal’s booth at the winter Comic Market 89 in Tokyo. There’s still no confirmed release date, though it does pin it down to 2016, or even a format (TV? Film? Original video anime?). The Berserk manga, first appeared in 1989 and was previously turned into... 

INTERVIEW Kill La Kill & Baymax Designer Shigeto Koyama

INTERVIEW Kill La Kill & Baymax Designer Shigeto Koyama
Shigeto Koyama sits in a small interview room above a bustling MCM London Comic Con. He’s wearing a shirt of the ghost girl featured in his latest animation Obake-chan, and is friendly and talkative as he discusses his career in the Japanese animation industry with MCM Buzz. It is not often that an animator who works for the infamous Studio Trigger, the company behind mecha-anime giants Gurren Lagann and Kill La Kill, can be seen on British soil,... 

Viewster Announces Omakase Subscription Service

Viewster Announces Omakase Subscription Service
Viewster announced an exciting new anime subscription package for fans at MCM London Comic Con this Sunday. The product, named Omakase, will provide original and exclusive items for subscribers, with a minimum of seven in each box and will include a range of comics, manga, anime and music. Each box will be sent out monthly and will have a set theme, the first of which will be Studio Trigger’s Kill La Kill. This launch product will include a special... 

Anime Limited Panel @ MCM London Comic Con

Anime Limited Panel @ MCM London Comic Con
Ninja Slayer From Animation The distribution company Anime Limited opened MCM Comic Con in style on Friday with a flurry of announcements about their upcoming releases. Marketing executive Jeremy Graves and product manager Kat Hall took to the Platinum Suite stage to give fans the good news during the first panel of the day, and provided information about 14 new anime titles that will be distributed by the company. Describing their products as the... 
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