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Manga Entertainment bring Yo-Kai Watch and more to the UK

Watch out! What’s that heading for the UK? Why, it’s the little monster hit Yo-Kai Watch, courtesy of our friends over at Manga Entertainment. The complete season one is slated for May 8th on DVD, but it’s… 319 more words

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Review: Naruto Shippuden Box 27

If there’s any truth in a calm before a storm, then this collection is exactly that. As the Fourth Shinobi World War rumbles on towards its zenith, Box 27 offers three distinct stories, connected in the shared chaos of the conflict and the allure of a dreamt utopia when everything around you crumbles into anarchy. 569 more words

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Selling the spectacle of destruction - The urban apocalypse in Rintaro's Doomed Megalopolis (1991), X/1999 (1996) and Metropolis (2001)

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As one of the most acclaimed figures working in Japanese animation, Rintaro (aka. Shigeyuki Hayashi) has come to be known – particularly amongst Western anime fandom – as one of the most stylistically distinct directors working in the medium; fronting a body of cinematic work that stretches from the late 70s through to the 00s. 5,461 more words

Event: Original anime Ghost in the Shell plugs back into UK cinemas this week

With excitement and trepidation for the live-action Ghost in the Shell bubbling away in the background, there could be no better time to revisit the harsh, sterile beauty of Mamoru Oshii’s movie in cinemas. 397 more words

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Digimon: Digital Monsters Season 1 Review (Anime)

Plot “Seven kids at summer camp are mysteriously transported to another reality, where they are befriended by a group of strange creatures who call themselves “Digimon”, Digital Monsters.

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MCM London Comic Con October 2016 Anime Acquisitions

At the MCM London Comic Con, we always get announcements of upcoming anime DVD and blu-ray releases for the UK and this time around was no exception. 571 more words

Update: Akame ga Kill! manga ends December

Remember the Night Raid, as Takahiro and Tetsuya Tashiro’s Akame ga Kill! manga will soon take its final stand. Square Enix’s Gangan Joker magazine announced that the series will end on December 22nd. 226 more words

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