Quick Look: Tenchi Muyo OVA Collection (2017)

When MVM Entertainment announced that they would be re-releasing the original Tenchi Muyo OVA Series, the series which initally made it’s UK debut on Cartoon Network UK’s Toonami anime block alongside Dragon Ball Z and Gundam Wing, on DVD and Blu-ray the entire anime community were overcome with joy; especially those who grew up watching the series on UK TV and missed out on MVM Entertainment’s previous releases of the series. Read more of this post

MVM Entertainment Unveils it’s Q4 2017 Release Schedule

With the final quarter of 2017 fast approaching (where did the time go?) UK Anime Distributor MVM Entertainment have opted to update their online web-store Anime-On-Line with their current release line-up of Q4 2017 titles; with other retailers such as Amazon, Base and Zavvi expected to follow shortly. Read more of this post

God Eater – Volume 1 and Girls Beyond the Wasteland Release Dates Moved Back

Online listings on MVM Entertainment’s online store, Anime-on-Line, reveal that MVM’s upcoming Blu-ray and DVD releases of God Eater – Volume 1 and Girls Beyond the Wasteland – The Complete Series, have been moved back by at least two weeks. Read more of this post

Viceland UK Confirms ‘Late-Night Anime Partnership’ with Anime Limited

During the May 2017 MCM London Comic Con Anime Limited revealed that they would be forming a partnership with Satelite TV Channel Viceland UK in order to show a selection of anime on the channel; with titles such as Tokyo Ghoul and Eureka Seven being mentioned.

Although specific details about this partnership were not announced a press release from Viceland UK, which has also been published onto the Anime Limited website, today confirms the types of shows that will be available on the channel and the intended screening time. Read more of this post

Anime Announcement Round-Up from MCM London Comic Con May 2017

With the MCM London Comic Con May 2017 now well and truly over it is time to look back and glance over all of the anime announcements that were made during the course of the event. Read more of this post

MVM Entertainment Announces New Anime Licenses from MCM London Comic Con May 2017

Although MVM Entertainment did attend the May 2017 MCM London Comic, as they had a stand all weekend with a wide-selection of titles available for purchase, the UK distributor did not host a panel and instead opted to announce their new anime licenses through the power of social media with new titles being announced on a daily basis. Read more of this post

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

MVM To Release Tenchi Muyo OVA Series as a Collector’s Edition Blu-ray / DVD Combo Pack

Several months ago MVM Entertainment announced that they would be releasing the original Tenchi Muyo OVA series, which consists of thirteen episodes, on to Blu-ray and this weekend the UK Anime Distributor announced on social media that they plan to release the series as a Collector’s Edition Blu-ray and DVD Combo Pack on the 10th July 2017. Read more of this post

Little Busters: Refrain Release Pushed Back Until End of May

Those looking forward to continuing the adventures found within Little Busters will have to wait slightly longer for its season two release as updated product listings on Anime-On-Line and Amazon UK reveal that the release date has been pushed back by three weeks. Read more of this post

Busou Shinki: Armored War Goddess & Little Busters -Season 1 Release Dates Quietly Changed

MVM Entertainment have revealed, via updated listings on their online store Anime-On-Line,  that both Busou Shinki: Armored War Goddess (which we reviewed late last month) and Little Busters – Season 1 have had their release dates quietly changed. Read more of this post