Anime Announcement Round-Up from MCM London Comic Con October 2018

MCM London Comic Con has drawn to a close for another year and with it a slew of announcements from distributors Anime Limited and MVM Entertainment; but what exactly was announced during the three day event? Well fourtunately we’ve got you covered with this round-up. Read more of this post

Advertisements

Anime Limited Announcement Round-Up from MCM London Comic Con October 2018

Anime Limited once again entertained fans, albeit not exactly to script, by hosting a selection of panels throughout the MCM London Comic Con October 2018 weekend; some of which were to highlight recent title announcements while others were to celebrate Hibiki Yoshizaki’s work in the form of panel and signing sessions. Regardless; today we are here to talk about the new titles that were announced during the course of the weekend. Read more of this post

MVM Entertainment Announcement Round-Up from MCM London Comic Con October 2018

MVM Entertainment may not have had an industry panel, like that of Anime Limited, but they came to MCM London Comic Con October 2018 with an extensive list of new title announcements; including some notable highlights such as the Fate/stay night Heaven’s Feel movies – the first of which received a UK Premiere courtesy of Anime Limited via Scotland Loves Anime. Read more of this post

MCM London Comic Con October 2018 – Anime Schedule Highlights

The MCM London Comic Con October 2018 will soon be upon us and while the full schedule of activities, panels and events can be found in the official guide book, or official app for smartphone and android devices; we’ve opted to compile all anime and manga related activities into a single highlight post. Read more of this post

No Game No Life ZERO & Other MVM Licensed Titles To Be Shown at MCM London Comic Con October 2018

It’s not uncommon for MVM Entertainment to show the odd anime episode of newly released titles at MCM London Comic Con, especially at the POP ASIA Stage, and the MCM London Comic event taking place this October is no exception; except this time they are showing the upcoming film No Game No Life ZERO. Read more of this post

Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions – Take On Me To Be Shown at MCM London Comic Con October 2018

Manga Entertainment UK have announced that the feature-length-film Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions – Take On Me will be shown at this October’s MCM London Comic Con with those attending being able to receive a special ‘fan pack’ featuring various Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions items. Read more of this post

Hibiki Yoshizaki Announced as Anime Guest of Honour for MCM London Comic Con October 2018

The organizers of the MCM London Comic Con, in partnership with UK Anime publisher Anime Limited, have recently announced that Studio Kahara’s Hibiki Yoshizaki will be the anime guest of honour at this years event. Read more of this post

MCM London Comic Con May 2018 Anime Announcement Summary

With the May 2018 MCM London Comic Con firmly behind us it is now time to sum-up what was announced during the course of the weekend, and while not much was announced – namely around six titles per distributor – we did see some surprising and noteworthy titles being confirmed. Read more of this post

Anime Limited MCM London Comic Con Announcements [Sunday 27th May 2018]

Following on from Friday’s announcements (of which you can see here) Anime Limited once again took to the stage to announce even more titles; some of which came as an odd/nice surprise (Cowboy Bebop & Perfect Blue releases) while others were educated guesses from either BFI Anime Weekender screenings or the Anime Limited magazine that was on the booth. Read more of this post

Anime Limited MCM London Comic Con Panel Announcements [Friday 25th May 2018]

The MCM London Comic Con for May 2018 has finally begun and while anime distributors Manga Entertainment UK and MVM Entertainment UK have opted to take a step-back from the panel announcements, the upcoming and ever-popular distributor Anime Limited took to the stage for the first time this weekend to announce some surprising new additions to the 2018 (and beyond) line-up. Read more of this post