Kodansha Comics Announcements from Anime Expo 2018

The announcements from Anime Expo 2018, which is large event that took place in America last week, keep on coming and this time (via Anime UK News) we have a round-up of the new titles announcements by Kodansha Comics; and as expected Kodansha Comics have licensed Hiro Mashima’s new manga Edens Zero for distribution. Read more of this post

Beck: Mongolian Chop Squad & Samurai Flamenco – Part 2 Receive New Delays


Anime Limited have once again revealed that a handful of it’s upcoming titles have been delayed; this time in the form of the DVD-only release of Beck: Mongolian Chop Squad as well as the long-awaited second part of Samurai Flamenco.

As explained in the recent newswire Beck: Mongolian Chop Squad has been delayed until the 19th September 2016 as a result of a printing error; meanwhile a delay in arrival of stock from suppliers means that Samurai Flamenco – Part 2 will now be released on the 19th September 2016 as opposed to it’s original scheduled release date. Read more of this post

Anime Limited Confirms Amendments to It’s Q4 2016 Release Schedule


The phrase “How hard can it be?” that Jeremy Clarkson often spoke in the previous generation of Top Gear springs to mind when I read the latest newswire published by Anime Limited as a large portion of Anime Limited’s Q4 release schedule has been pushed back due to delays received; most of which seemingly happen to be delays in approval from the BBFC (British Board of Film Classification) which is of course required by UK Law for a product to be released within the UK. Read more of this post

Anime Limited Confirm a Selection of Release Date Amendments


As of late Anime Limited have been relatively strong with a successful line-up of releases, with most recently being Aldnoah Zero – Season 1 and Sword Art Online II – Part 4; however not all titles manage to release on time and today as part of their weekly newswire the UK distributor is addressing some of these delays to keep those concerned at bay. Strictly speaking a selection of ‘tentative’ release date titles have now been given a more ‘realistic’ release date; some of which are long overdue.

To start with The Empire of Corpses, which is given a tentative date for July, has now been given an 8th August 2016. The reason for the change was due to a delay in production of the steelbook case, which can be seen below, but as it was a tentative ‘unconfirmed’ date then this particular release doesn’t feel like much of a delay. Read more of this post

Anime Limited Confirms Release Date Alterations to Beck and Fuse


As part of it’s weekly Newswire UK Anime Distributor Anime Limited, otherwise known as All The Anime, have revealed that their upcoming UK releases of Beck: Mongolian Chop Squad and FUSE: Memoirs of a Huntress, have been delayed to an unspecified date. Read more of this post

Anime Announcement Round-Up for MCM Manchester 2015


Missed out on all the exciting anime announcements that took place throughout the Manchester MCM Comic Con? or did you get bored of reading our ‘extensive’ articles on each distributor? Fear not as we have complied them all into a simple easy-to-read article for you. Read more of this post

Anime Limited Industry Panel Announcements at Manchester MCM Comic Con 2015


The first panel at this years Manchester MCM Comic Con was non-other-than UK Anime Distributor Anime Limited and after a rather ‘detailed’ backstory about who they are and what they do (as well as some amusing “back-office” giggles from Andrew) a variety of new license announcements and release date information was revealed; all of which can be seen in our video of the panel. Read more of this post