Yu-Gi-Oh! – Season 4 & 5 Available To Stream on Amazon Prime UK

Last month Amazon UK added Yu-Gi-Oh! Season 1, 2 & 3 to there video-on-demand streaming platform and now the remaining seasons, in this case Season 4 and Season 5, have been added to the platform and are available to stream for Amazon Prime members. Read more of this post

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DVD Review: Pokemon The Movie: I Choose You!

Following on from its limited cinema release last November, Manga Entertainment UK now brings us the ‘DVD’ release of Pokemon The Movie: I Choose You; but just how good is this DVD release and more importantly does the film hold up? Let’s find out in our review! Read more of this post

Manga UK License Occultic Nine & Dragon Ball Z TV Specials; Q2 2018 Schedule Announced

Following on from the license acquistion announcement for the Netflix Original Film BLAME! the UK Anime Distributor Manga Entertainment UK have now announced that they have also acquired the Blu-Ray and DVD distribution rights to Occultic Nine and the Dragon Ball Z TV Specials Collection which consists of ‘Dragon Ball Z: History of Trunks’ and ‘Dragon Ball Z: Bardock the Father of Goku’. Alongside these new title announcements the distributor went on to reveal their Q2 2018 release schedule. Read more of this post

Manga Entertainment UK Acquires BLAME! for UK DVD & Blu-Ray Release This May

In a rather surprising announcement Manga Entertainment UK have revealed that they have acquired the UK Dsitribution rights for the Netflix original CG animated film BLAME!, which is a feature length adaptation of the manga series of the same name by Tsutomu Nihei, within the UK later this year. Read more of this post

Blu-Ray Review: Dragon Ball Z – Movie Collection 5

Manga Entertainment UK’s continues the trend of bringing us a ‘movie collection’ each month and this time we get to explore the storyline of Broly in the Dragon Ball Z Movie Trilogy that consists of Broly: The Legendary Super Saiyan, Broly Second Coming and Bio Broly! So get those umbrellas at the ready as it’s about to get wet with blood in our review of Dragon Ball Z – Movie Collection 5. Read more of this post

Blu-Ray Review: Dragon Ball Super – Season 1 Part 2

It has been three months since Manga Entertainment UK released the first instalment into the Dragon Ball Super anime on Blu-ray and DVD, with the contents retelling the events of the feature-length Dragon Ball Z film ‘Battle of Gods’, and now Manga Entertainment UK are back with the second instalment; a retelling of the Resurrection F film.

Does this mean that Dragon Ball Super – Season 1 Part 2 is not worthy of your time? Far from it; as while the end result may be the same the journey is vastly different. Read more of this post

Yu-Gi-Oh! Seasons 1, 2 & 3 Available to Stream on Amazon UK

As of late Amazon UK have continued to expand their anime offerings and while a notable selection of subtitled-only titles, such as Killing Bites and KOKKOKU, have been made available those looking for ‘English Dubbed’ related titles have been left with ever-changing-episodes of Pokemon and Digimon; that is until this past week when Yu-Gi-Oh!  was made available to stream on Amazon Instant Video. Read more of this post

Blu-Ray Review: Dragon Ball Z – Movie Collection 4

Manga Entertainment UK’s continues the trend of bringing us a ‘movie collection’ each month and in Dragon Ball Z – Movie Collection 4 we get to explore deeper into the world of Dr Gero’s androids in Super Android 13 and experience a brand new story in Bojack Unbound. So what can you expect from these two films? Well let’s take a look! Read more of this post

UK DVD Release of Pokemon The Movie: I Choose You To Include Pokemon The First Movie on a Bonus DVD

Manga Entertainment UK have today surprised Pokemon fans by revealing on social media that the upcoming DVD release of Pokemon The Movie: I Choose You, which is due to be released on the 12th February 2018, will include Pokemon The First Movie as a Bonus DVD with first-print-run releases of the film. Read more of this post

Full Metal Alchemist & Pokemon: Volcanion and the Mechanical Marvel Added to Netflix UK

Although Netflix UK may have removed a selection of anime titles at the start of this year, namely Gunslinger Girls and The Irregular at Magic High School, updated listings on New On Netflix reveal that the Fullmetal Alchemist, the original 2003 anime series, as well as last years Pokemon the Movie: Volcanion and the Mechanical Marvel, are now available to stream on the subscription based video-on-demand service. Read more of this post