Anime Limited & FUNimation Clarify Release Plans for Upcoming Titles


Another week, another newswire and once again Anime Limited continues to provide disappointing news in the form of updated release date amendments to both their own titles and FUNimation licensed shows; but of course kudos must be given to the distributor for trying something ‘special’ with each of their releases. Read more of this post

Unboxing: Aldnoah Zero – Season 1 (Collector’s Edition Blu-ray) [UK]


Anime Limited’s latest Collectors Edition Blu-ray release is non-other than Aldnoah Zero – Season 1; a futurisc mecha styled anime series that, from the outside at least, looks quite interesting; and today we will be taking a closer look at the outer-packaging and it’s contents. Read more of this post

Aldnoah Zero – Season 1 Release Date Pushed Back


In their latest newswire Anime Limited have revealed that their Collectors Edition release of Aldnoah.Zero – Season 1 has been pushed back until the 27th June 2016; previously the release date was slated for the 30th May 2016.

The release for the delay is due to production of the Collectors Edition packaging taking longer than previously expected which, as a result, means the date has been moved back by nearly a month. Read more of this post

Aldnoah Zero – Season 1 Blu-ray Release Plans Confirmed


After weeks of relative silence Anime Limited have now confirmed that Aldnoah Zero will be released as a Complete Season 1 Collection with the first set due on the 30th May 2016.

From my understanding, and feel free to correct me, but Anime Limited previously mentioned that Aldnoah Zero would be released as two half-season sets, much like the Australian release; but following on from a post last week on Anime Limited’s Blog, the series will be released as a complete series collector’s edition set at the end of this month. Read more of this post

Aldnoah Zero & Your lie in April Added to Netflix UK

Netflix UK once again becomes a ‘noticeable force’ in the anime streaming community as the video-on-demand streaming service have today added the Aniplex of America titles Aldnoah Zero and Your Lie in April to it’s anime line-up.

Both shows will be presented in Japanese with English subtitles; additionally all 22-episodes of Your lie in April, as well as both seasons of Aldnoah Zero, are now available for Netflix UK subscribers to view on the service. Read more of this post

Anime Limited Confirms Release Date Alterations to Q1 2016 Line-Up


Taking to their weekly newswire Anime Limited have announced that a selection of upcoming releases have been delayed; specifically Ping Pong: The Animation, Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo and Expelled from Paradise; but some good news came about in the form of confirmed release dates for Mobile Suit Gundam – Part 2 and Sword Art Online II. Read more of this post

Anime Limited Clarifies Release Date Plans for Upcoming Titles


Earlier in the week anime fans who pre-ordered numerous titles for upcoming Anime Limited / All The Anime titles, such as Sword Art Online II – Part 1 and Space Dandy Season 2, received notifications stating that the release date had been changed; of course this caused some confusion but today Anime Limited set the record straight in a brand new newswire posted on their blog. Read more of this post

Anime Announcement Round-Up for London MCM Comic Con May 2015


Missed out on all the exciting anime announcements that took place throughout the London MCM Comic Con? or were you too lazy to read our detailed articles about each companies announcement and want a simple round-up? Either way fear not as we have complied all of the announcements made throughout the weekend into this single easy-to-read post. Read more of this post

Anime Limited & Viewster Industry Panel Announcements at London MCM Comic Con May 2015


During the course of the Comic Con weekend Anime Limited, along with their close-streaming-partners Viewsters, opted to do two panels; the first of which hosted on Friday afternoon saw Anime Limited provide further clarification on upcoming titles while the short panel on Saturday morning (which we recorded) saw a re-cap of license announcements as well as information regarding their partnership with Viewster. Read more of this post