Crunchyroll to add Air Master & Kira Kira Pretty Cure A LA Mode for UK Streaming

Crunchyroll have today announced through a video on social media that TOEI Animation’s 2017 anime series, Kira Kira Pretty Cure A LA Mode, and 2003 anime series, Air Master, will be added to the streaming platform for UK and North Ireland viewing later this month. In addition of a selection of titles licensed on home video in the UK by Anime Limited, such as Blood Lad, K: Return of Kings and Mobile Suit Gundam: Reconguista in G, will also be coming to the platform later this month. Read more of this post

Blood Lad and Hi Score Girl – Season 2 Available to Stream on Netflix UK

It’s time to kick-start the Easter weekend with some new, and returning, anime additions to Netflix UK as JC Staff’s second season of Hi Score Girl has been added to the streaming platform as well as Brain’s Base’s anime portion of Blood Lad; of which makes its welcome return back to the platform. Read more of this post

Anime Limited Q1 2017 Release Schedule Unveiled


With the recent discovery of the Full Metal Panic! TV Series and Gurren Lagann Movie Collection being treated to stand-a-lone Blu-ray releases we went digging deeper into Amazon UK’s new anime listings and discovered Anime Limited’s tentative Q1 2017 release schedule. Read more of this post

Blu-ray Review: Blood Lad – The Complete Series

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We’ve taken a trip to the demon world to find out what Anime Limited’s Blu-ray release of Blood Lad has in-store; so what did we find out? Well lets take a look in our review of Blood Lad – The Complete Series.


Werewolves, zombies, and even the Abominable Snowman fight day and night for the title of Territory Boss. The vampire Staz, however, finds the whole thing to be a serious pain. He spends his time watching anime, playing video games, and daydreaming about going to the Human World. That all changes when he meets Fuyumi, a human girl who instantly win’s Staz’s heart, and who then loses her life to a man-eating plant.

Refusing to give up on the girl of his dreams, Staz travels across the Demon and Human Worlds in search of a way to bring Fuyumi back to life by any bloody means necessary. Read more of this post

Anime Limited Confirms Q1 Release Schedule

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Anime Limited, or more commonly known as All The Anime, have recently taken to their blog to confirm their Q1 (January to March) release schedule and despite the distributor not having many licenses the schedule actually looks pretty jam-packed. Read more of this post

Anime Limited Clarifies January and February 2015 Release Plans

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Anime Limited, along with the newly recruited Jeremy Graves, have today taken to the official website to reveal some interesting pieces of information regarding future Anime Limited releases – and as you’d expect it’s not all good news; although some good news can be expected.

The Bad News:

The bad news is that the upcoming release of Blood Lad, which is being released as a Collectors Edition Blu-ray and Collectors Edition DVD, has been delayed by week and as a result will now be released on the 2nd February 2015. The reason for this delay is due to finalised stock not being received at the suppliers – it’s nothing serious but it does bring disappointment if you were eagerly awaiting its release. Read more of this post

Blood Lad Comes to Netflix within the UK


If you are currently a Netflix subscriber then prepare for some exciting news, as the anime series Blood Lad is now available to stream for all subscribers.

As unveiled yesterday on All The Anime’s Facebook page Blood Lad is just one of many anime series currently being streamed on the service, with more ‘potentially’ to come in the coming months. Blood Lad isn’t the first All The Anime licensed show to appear on Netflix either, as complete series collections for Gurren Lagann and Kill-La-Kill are also available to stream; both of which will be coming to the Blu-ray and DVD very shortly. Read more of this post

All The Anime Unveils Q4 2014 Release Schedule

tengen-toppa-gurren-lagann-1As of late All The Anime have been rather quiet with their plans for upcoming anime releases; especially after the successful Kickstarter campaigns for Patema Inverted and Mai Mai Miracle. Well that is about to change as All The Anime have today taken to their blog to reveal the full Q4 2014 release Schedule and there is a few surprises in-store.

September 2014:

  • Gurren Lagann: Ultimate Edition -> SRP £149.99
  • Gurren Lagann: DVD Collector’s Edition -> SRP: £49.99
  • Gurren Lagann: TV Blu-Ray collection -> SRP £59.99 (changed from £79.99 SRP in exchange for an Amaray box)

October 2014:

  • HAL: Collectors Edition Combi-Pack -> SRP: £34.99
  • Blood Lad – Collector’s Edition Blu-Ray -> SRP: £49.99
  • Blood Lad – DVD edition -> SRP: £34.99
  • Patema Inverted – Ultimate Edition -> SRP: £84.99
  • Patema Inverted – Collector’s Edition -> SRP: £34.99
  • Patema Inverted – Regular Edition -> SRP: £24.99

November 2014:

  • Wings of Honneamise – Collector’s Edition Combi-pack -> SRP £34.99
  • Wings of Honneamise – DVD edition -> SRP £17.99
  • Space Dandy – Blu-Ray Collector’s Edition -> SRP £69.99
  • Space Dandy – DVD Collector’s Edition -> SRP £49.99

December 2014:

  • Mystery Film – Collector’s Edition Combi-pack -> SRP £34.99
  • Mystery Film – DVD Edition – SRP £19.99
  • TENTATIVE: Kill la Kill – Part 1 Collector’s Edition Combi-pack SRP: £59.99

It’s worth nothing that all Ultimate and Collectors Edition bundles will receive artbooks and come in a rigid chipboard case (similar to that of Cowboy Bebop / Tiger & Bunny Movie); furthermore the Blood Lad sets will include the OVA Episodes.

It’s nice to see All The Anime starting to push a larger range of releases out onto the market; as other than Kickstarter Campaigns or cinematic releases we haven’t heard much from them. Furhtermore while the ‘release month’ has been confirmed the actual release date for each title (other than Gurren Lagann) has yet to be announced so some waiting is still in order.