Posts tagged with "Miss Hokusai"
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...
Issue 48 of MyM, the official magazine of MCM Comic Con, is out now! Featuring Dark Souls III, Emelie’s bad babysitter Sarah Bolger and a couple of big birthday celebrations for Transformers!
There’s always a little corner of MyM with an Asian twist but this issue we feel, as the song says, “we’re turning Japanese, we think we’re turning Japanese, we really think so!” Can you blame us? With Hidetaka Miyazaki back...
2016 is here! Blimey, and 2015 only feels like yesterday already (erm…). So what TV, films, anime and games have we got to look forward to? Handily, the team over at Buzz’s sister magazine, MyM, have already given this some thought in the latest issue (more info on that issue here). Here’s what they came up with, with a few extras we’ve thrown in…
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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.
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Jeremy Graves & Andrew Partridge – Scotland Loves Anime panel
Was there ever any doubt that Scotland loves anime? After the Scotland Loves Anime festival panel at Scotland Comic Con, there certainly isn’t! Scotland Loves Anime festival director Andrew Partridge and All the Anime social media giant Jeremy Graves were in attendance to reveal news about the festival and answer questions from an enthusiastic audience. Ironically, however,...