Bungo Stray Dogs – Season 2 (Blu-Ray / DVD Combo Pack) – REGION FREE

Bungo Stray Dogs – Season 2 (Blu-ray / DVD Combo Pack)

BD Region: A & B (Confirmed Playable in the UK)
– Confirmed Region B Compatible by @DennyFisher12

DVD Region: 1

Price: $49.99 / £38.30 (Excluding postage)

Episodes: 1 – 12 (2 Blu-ray & 2 DVD)

Plot:A darker chapter of Dazai’s past reveals his ties to the Port Mafia, where the intricate balance of power in the superhuman underground breeds mystery and betrayal.

Now, four years later, the Port Mafia is in the throes of power once more, only this time their rival is a gifted group of Americans known as the Guild.

To make matters worse, both parties have a bone to pick with the Agency! Atsushi has his work cut out for him while Akutagawa grows more resentful by the day. But when the Guild’s prowess becomes a threat to all of Yokohama, a united front between bitter enemies may be the only way to save the city.

Bungo Stray Dogs – Season 1 (Blu-Ray / DVD Combo Pack) – REGION FREE

Bungo Stray Dogs – Season 1 (Blu-ray / DVD Combo Pack)

BD Region: A & B (Confirmed Playable in the UK)
– Confirmed Region B Compatible by @DennyFisher12

DVD Region: 1

Price: $39.99 / £30.63 (Excluding postage)

Episodes: 1 – 12 (2 Blu-ray & 2 DVD)

Plot: Kicked out of his orphanage and stalked by a beastly white tiger, life has been tough for timid 18-year-old Atsushi Nakajima. Little does he know that the real menace lives inside him—a power that catches the attention of the Armed Detective Agency.

Using inhuman abilities to combat crime, this peculiar team takes Atsushi under the wing of their most eccentric member, Dazai. He may be a suicidal maniac, but Dazai’s undying trust gives Atsushi the confidence to earn his stripes. While vicious enemies have their eye on the tiger’s lofty bounty, the Agency tears through mafia-muddled mysteries that not even the police are willing to handle.

Anime Limited Announcement Round-Up from MCM London Comic Con May 2016

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At this month’s MCM London Comic Con event Anime Limited opted to break-tradition and announce their new anime licenses via a board at their booth; an idea which seemed fun but caused confusion and disappointment to those attending the panels, such as ourselves.

The biggest announcement of the weekend was the unveiling of the Fullmetal Alchemist Ultimate Edition Blu-ray set; a set which will contain the entire series (51 episodes) remastered in High Definition with English and Japanese audio along with some artcards, a book and special packaging – a packaging design which sees the Gate of Truth holding the collection. Read more of this post