Anime Limited & FUNimation Q2 Release Schedule Released


Anime Limited have recently taken to their official blog to announce the Q2 release line-up for both their own titles as well as those released by FUNimation UK; and it looks to be a pretty busy period for both companies.

As per usual the dates listed below are tentative and could change without notice.

Anime Limited:

Today (20th Feburary 2017):

6th March 2017:

13th March 2017:

27th March 2017:

3rd April 2017:

10th April 2017:

24th April 2017:

TBC April:

  • The Anthem of the Heart (DVD, Ltd Collector’s Edition Blu-ray+DVD)
  • Selector Infected WIXOSS (DVD, Ltd Collector’s Edition Blu-ray)

8th May 2017:

29th May 2017:

5th June 2017:

It’s worth noting that Riddle Story of Devil, which was previously scheduled for release on the 27th February 2017 (especially on our noteboard), has been moved to a To Be Confirmed dates – with online retailer even listing the series for a December 2017 release date.


Today (20th February 2017):

27th February 2017:

6th March 2017:

13th March 2017:

  • Mikagura School Suite (Blu-ray+DVD combi)

20th March 2017:

27th March 2017:

10th April 2017:

24th April 2017:

TBC April:

  • Overlord (DVD, Collector’s Edition Blu-ray)


  • Attack on Titan: Junior High (Blu-ray, DVD)

Brothers Conflict was originally due to be released in February however due to BBFC Certifications taking longer than expected FUNimation UK are now planning to release the series in March.

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