MVM Entertainment’s Q3 2017 Release Schedule Appears Online

Those with a keen eye will have noticed that Amazon UK have begun listing upcoming anime titles, specifically a selection of MVM Entertainment’s entire third quarter release schedule, with titles such as God Eater, Girls Beyond the Wasteland and Norm9 being given tentative release dates. Read more of this post

PQube Line-up Confirmed for MCM London Comic Con May 2017

PQube, in conjunction with Rice Digital, will once again appear at this weekends MCM London Comic Con and they will be bringing with them a wide selection of playable gamings, ranging from the recently announced Project Rap Rabbit and Rabi-Ribi, to the recently released Akiba’s Beat.

In addition to the playable games PQube, with Rice Digital, will also be hosting several stage demonstrations and tournaments – all of which can be seen in the schedule. Read more of this post

MCM London Comic Con May 2017 Schedule Highlights

The MCM london Comic Con takes place this weekened (26th – 28th May 2017) at the ExCeL Centre in London and over the past few days the organisers have released the full MCM London Comic Con Show Guide, which provides detailed information on the guests, games and events taking place throughout the weekend, as well as the MCM London Comic Con schedule which provides a detailed map and timing sheets for the guests that will be at the event. Read more of this post

Seven Seas Entertainment Announce New Manga Acquisitions including Devilman and Crisis Girls

Throughout the past week US-Based Manga publisher Seven Seas Entertainment have taken to their website to announce several new manga acquisitions for both print and digital release; with titles including Devilman, Story for My Familiar and Crisis Girls. Read more of this post

New Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth – Hacker’s Memory Details Revealed

Earlier in the year Bandai Namco Entertainment announced that they would be releasing Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth – Hacker’s Memory, the sequel to the previous Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth game, on to the PS4 and PS Vita later this year; however since this announcement details of the game have been relatively scarce. Read more of this post

Blu-ray Review: Yu-Gi-Oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions

Earlier in the year Manga Entertainment UK gave Yu-Gi-Oh! The Dark Side of Dimensions are short, but relatively wide, theatrical release within the UK; and now five months later that film is being released on to Blu-ray and DVD with the film also being available as a bundle pack with the previous ‘anniversary’ film Yu-Gi-Oh! 3D: Bonds Beyond Time. But how does this home video release shape up? Well let’s take a look! Read more of this post

Anime Limited’s Release of Charlotte – Part 1 Delayed Slightly

Anime Limited have announced that their upcoming release of Charlotte – Part 1, which was originally due to be released on the 29th May 2017, has now been delayed until the 12th June 2017. Read more of this post

BLAME! Added to Netflix UK

Video-On-Demand streaming subscription service Netflix UK have added BLAME! to their line-up of anime streaming content and is now available to watch for Netflix UK Subscribers. Read more of this post

PS Vita Release of Shu Delayed; New Content Added to PS4 This Week

Those looking forward to the PS Vita release of Shu will be disappointed to learn that the game has been pushed back until the 30th May due to “unforeseen technical issues”. Read more of this post

Manga Review: Spirits & Cat Ears – Volume 1

I have previously described Spirits & Cat Ears as “Charming, Lovable and a little bit ecchi” on our Instagram page but when you dig deeper into the characters and their stories you’ll soon realise that Spirits & Cat Ears offers so much more than that and it all begins with this Volume 1 release which has kindly been brought to us by YenPress. Read more of this post