Standard Editions of Kill La Kill Due Next Year


Ever since Anime Limited began releasing Kill La Kill as ‘Collectors Edition’ instalments fans of the show that weren’t interested in the high-price-tag or collectable content for a standard edition release of the series; and while Anime Limited confirmed they would be releasing standard edition variations nothing was ever revealed… until recently. Read more of this post

Unboxing: Kill La Kill – Box 2 (Collectors Edition Blu-ray) [UK]


Kill La Kill – Box 2, otherwise known as Kill la Kill – Part 2, is another Anime Limited release that received the Collectors Edition upon its release and yet after months of being available it still receives a hefty price tag; but is it worth it? Read more of this post

Viewster’s OMAKASE Panel at MCM London Comic Con


As part of Viewster’s on-going partnership with UK Anime Distributor Anime Limited the two companies decided to form together and host their own panel at the MCM London Comic Con; but unlike the previous panel back in May 2015 Viewster were here to promote their new subscription based service OMAKASE. Read more of this post

Viewster Introduces New OMAKASE Subscription Service


If you’ve been paying attention to Viewster’s social media channels lately then you may have noticed that they have been ‘teasing‘ a new service known as OMAKASE; a service which will offer lootcrate styled boxes and a way to watch streaming content on their website without the ads. Read more of this post

Kill La Kill – Volume 5 – REGION FREE

Kill La Kill – Volume 5

BD Region: A and B (Confirmed Playable in the UK)
– Boxart states Region A Only
– Confirmed Region B Compatible

Price: Limited $77.98 / £49.91 (Excluding postage)
Standard $51.98 / £33.27 (Excluding postage)

Episodes: 20 – 24

Plot: Ryuko is suffering from the pain of learning about her own origins, and the words of those around her fall on deaf ears. While the remaining members of the resistance set out on a rescue mission to save Satsuki, who is being held by Ragyo in the dungeons beneath Honnouji Academy, Ryuko foolishly charges into the academy by herself. There, she faces Nui in battle only to get captured. While in captivity, Ryuko is convinced by Ragyo that humanity is her true enemy and that she must fight against people like Satsuki, who is protected by “people who make no sense” like the Elite Four.

Ryuko finally comes to terms with who she really is and decides to confront Ragyo together with Satsuki. Entrusting the Elite Four, Nudist Beach, and Mako to defend planet Earth, Ryuko and Satsuki go after Ragyo’s ship into space. Far above the ship, Ragyo awaits for the both of them dressed in her Kamui that she has devoted her body and soul to, the Shinra-Koketsu, which is Nui’s final design. Can Ryuko and Satsuki change the fate of humanity and their own mother?

Kill La Kill – Volume 4 – REGION FREE

Kill La Kill – Volume 4

BD Region: A and B (Confirmed Playable in the UK)
– Boxart states Region A Only
– Confirmed Region B Compatible

Price: Limited $77.98 / £49.91 (Excluding postage)
Standard $51.98 / £33.27 (Excluding postage)

Episodes: 15 – 19 (1 Blu-ray & 1 DVD)

Plot: With both Kyoto and Kobe now under their control, the only region left for Satsuki to conquer is Osaka. Kaneo Takarada – the audacious student council president of Naniwa Kinman High School – is not about to surrender so easily, but can his money buy him victory against the Elite Four?

Meanwhile, Ryuko rides in on her motorcycle to retrieve Senktesu’s final piece from Satsuki. Senketsu is finally back to one piece, but this was all just part of Satsuki’s plan! While Ryuko was occupied with her battle with Satsuki, Nonon Jakuzure attacks the Nudist Beach HQ below Osaka under Satsuki’s command. With her mission accomplished, Satsuki proceeds to the next phase of her plan to hold the Cultural & Sports Grand Festival with the academy director and Satsuki’s mother, Ragyo Kiryuin, as an honorable guest. Ryuko and the others infiltrate the arena to learn what Satsuki is plotting only to find out the shocking truth behind Satsuki’s grand scheme!

Kill La Kill – Box 3 Delayed Once Again; This Time it’s an Issue with the Packaging


Despite having advanced copies available to sell at this past weekends London MCM Comic Con Anime Limited have today announced, via their weekly newswire post, that the UK DVD and Blu-ray release for Kill La Kill – Box 3 will be delayed once again.

This reason for this is because early adaptors of the set have found it difficult to remove the artbook and the carded-styled-case (which holds the discs) from the thin chipboard packaging. Ironically this packaging defect has nothing to do with the Collectors Box (which holds all three parts of the set) which had previously caused delays due to not being produced in time. Whats even more confusing about this situation is that Anime Limited had no issues with the inital test mold they received from the production company, so this issue has really come by surprise. Read more of this post

Unboxing: Kill La Kill – Part 1 (Collectors Edition Blu-ray) [UK]


With Anime Limited’s third and final instalment into the Kill La Kill series constantly being pushed back due to ‘undisclosed’ reasons we thought we would travel back-in-time and unboxing the first release of the series; namely their Collectors Edition Blu-ray release of Kill La Kill – Part 1. Read more of this post

Anime Limited’s Release of Kill La Kill – Box 3 Pushed Back by One Week


Anime Limited have recently taken to their blog to reveal that the UK Collectors Edition DVD and Blu-ray release of Kill La Kill – Box 3 has changed; and that it will now be released on the 1st June 2015 as opposed to its inital 25th May 2015 release date.

The reason for this delay is due to production on the Collectors Box, which will house all three sets inside, taking longer than usual; as Jeremy Graves explains on the Anime Limited blog:

Hi everyone. Since this page was published the date of release for Kill la Kill Box 3 has moved back one week to 1st June 2015. This is due the production of the Collector’s Box. It’s a complicated process due its unique design (as you can see image below.) We made this decision to move the release date back one week as at this stage we couldn’t guarantee production would be completed in time for the originally advertised release date. As a precaution we decided to move the date back one week.

It’s ironic that the ‘special’ gesture of adding a Collectors Box is whats slowing this release down; but all the same it’s only a one week delay and theres nothing to really worry about. In short; Kill La Kill – Box 3 will be released as a Collectors Edition DVD and Collectors Edition Blu-ray on the 1st June 2015.

Anime Limited’s Kill La Kill – Part 3 to Include a Collectors Box


Anime Limited have today revealed that those purchasing to first-print-run of Kill La Kill – Part 3, which is expected to be released on the 25th May 2015 on both DVD and Blu-ray, will receive a Collectors Box that will fit the entire series in.

The idea is that all three collectors edition parts of Kill La Kill will fit inside this Collectors Box to offer the illusion that it is a complete series set rather than individual parts; a feat which Manga UK recently attempted with Attack on Titan but ultimately failed due to product information and thin materials. Read more of this post