No Game No Life ZERO and Teasing Master Takagi-san – Season 2 Added to Netflix UK

From the origins of No Game No Life to the second season of a slice-of-life styled comedy series, Netflix UK have got anime fans catered with two new additions to their streaming line-up with the release of No Game No Life ZERO and Teasing Master Takagi-san – Season 2. Read more of this post

KonoSuba: Legend of Crimson Movie To Screen in Selective Cinemas in the UK

In a rather surprising discovery (and then later announced by Anime Limited) it seems the feature-length KonoSuba movie, known as KonoSuba: God’s Blessing on this Wonderful World! Legend of Crimson, will receive a limited cinematic release at selected cinemas within the UK this month. Read more of this post

ON-GAKU: OUR SOUND To Screen at London International Animation Festival in December

Those looking for a different kind of cinematic anime experience, and to see a film before its wider-cinematic debut in Japan, will be excited to learn that Kenji Iwaisawa’s first feature-length-film ON-GAKU: OUR SOUND will be screening as part of the London International Animation Festival this December. Read more of this post

Manga UK Announces Home Video Releases for I Want to Eat Your Pancreas, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure and Code Geass for UK Releases

It’s not even Christmas yet and Manga Entertainment UK are already giving the ‘gift of anime’ by announcing new title licenses and forthcoming home video releases, and this comes ‘fresh off the heels’ of the previously announced Q1 2020 release line-up. Read more of this post

BFI Southbank London to Screen Weathering With You in December and Includes Q&A Session with Makoto Shinkai

A listing on the BFI website has revealed that Makoto Shinkai’s latest cinematic film, Weathering With You, will be screened next month, on 10th December 2019, at the BFI Southbank London ahead of its wider-cinematic release next year; and more importantly this special screening will also include a Q&A session with the director himself; Makoto Shinkai. Read more of this post

MVM Entertainment Announcement Round-Up from MCM London Comic Con October 2019

As with previous events MVM Entertainment did not host an industry panel, but they did come to MCM London Comic Con 2019 with a rather expansive list of new title announcements, release date confirmations for previous releases and a booth filled with deals; including anime from only £2! Read more of this post

Anime Limited Partners with All4 To Stream Anime

Advertisements posted around the ExCeL Centre within MCM London Comic Con revealed that ALL4, the streaming platform service offered by Channel 4 as a way to catch-up on past shows, that 100 hours worth of anime content has been added to the platform. This information was then later confirmed during the Anime Limited panel on Friday 25th October 2019. Read more of this post

Anime Limited Acquires Promare for UK Release


Anime Limited have announced that they have acquired the UK distribution rights to STUDIO TRIGGER’s feature-length-film Promare, of which is currently being shown as part of the Scotland Loves Anime film festival; and that the film will receive a wider cinematic release in the UK next month. Read more of this post

Anime Limited Dates Mobile Suit Gundam Wing – Part 2 Collector’s Edition Blu-Ray


Anime Limited continues to go “slow and steady” with the Mobile Suit Gundam releases and this week the UK Anime Distributor have dated the highly anticipated Blu-Ray release of Mobile Suit Gundam Wing – Part 2 and, as per usual, early adopters can receive a special deal when pre-ordering directly from the Anime Limited store. Read more of this post

Sound & Fury and Seraph of the End Available to Stream on Netflix UK

Netflix UK subscribers may have found some ‘new additions’ to their ever-expanding streaming line-up this weekend as the subcription-based video on demand streaming service have added a new feature-length styled CGI-cross-anime film, known as Sound & Fury, as well as represented how Seraph of the End is view on its platform. Read more of this post