Miss Hokusai Collector’s Edition Upgraded to UItimate Edition

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After what seems like an eternity Anime Limited have recently announced, as part of their newswire posts, that the Collector’s Edition Blu-ray and DVD release of Miss Hokusai has now been upgraded to an Ultimate Edition release; and unlike past Ultimate Edition releases it is getting some extra special treatment. Read more of this post

Anime Limited’s Release of Miss Hokusai Won’t Feature the English Dub

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In a newly released podcast Andrew Partridge has revealed that Anime Limited’s Blu-ray and DVD release of Miss Hokusai will not feature the English Dub that is currently being produced by GKIDS in America and instead it will be released as a Japanese (English subtitled only) film later this year. Read more of this post

Home Video Release of Miss Hokusai Delayed Once Again

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Those looking forward to Miss Hokusai’s Collectors Edition Blu-ray release this coming Monday will be disappointed to learn that it has actually been delayed to an unspecified date; that is according to a press update from the PR firm Fetch Publicity. Read more of this post

Miss Hokusai Home Video Release Delayed Due to Extended Cinematic Appearence

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As part of the weekly newswire Anime Limited have today announced that the Blu-ray and DVD release of Miss Hokusai has been delayed so that the film can receive a longer stint in cinemas.

The news comes as part of a weekly newswire post on the Anime Limited website which also reveals that the film will be released ‘sometime’ in April with a date to be confirmed at a later time. Read more of this post

Anime Limited Confirms Delay’s to Mobile Suit Gundam – Part 2, Noein and Fuse

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As part of it’s weekly newswire Anime Limited have revealed that a handful of their Q1 2016 releases have received minor delays; with both Mobile Suit Gundam – Part 2 and Noein – The Complete Series collection reciving the biggest set-backs.

To start with Mobile Suit Gundam – Part 2, which was previously confirmed for a 25th January 2016 release after it’s Q4 2015 was delayed, will now be released on the 8th February 2016. The reason for the delay is due to production of the bonus booklet, which is only limited to 1000 units, taking longer than expected and being made out of a stronger material than previously designed.  Read more of this post

Japan Film Foundation’s Miss Houksai and Anthem of the Heart UK Cinema Locations Confirmed

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Anime Limited, along with the Japan Film Foundation’s group, have recently revealed the list of locations that Miss Hokusai and Anthem of the Heart will be shown througout the cinematic tour in February and March.

As you’d expect Miss Hokusai will receive a more dominate display of screens, with the film being shown spread across the country, while Anthem of the Heart will be shown across limited locations. Read more of this post

Amazon UK List’s Anime Limited’s Q1 Release Schedule; Reveals Some Surprising New Licenses

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It seems like online retailer Amazon UK may have ‘jumped-the-gun’ on posting Anime Limited’s Q1 (January to March) 2016 pre-order listings onto their store as it reveals a seleciton of titles that have yet to be officially confirmed by the UK Distributor. Read more of this post

Complete MCM Loves Anime lineup Revealed for 24th October 2015

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Following on from weeks of speculation Anime Limited have finally confirmed the line-up of what to expect from this years ‘first ever’ MCM Loves Anime Cinema Screening line-up; and it’s a pretty solid list of films.

The films announced as part of this line-up will be:

  • Miss Hokusai
  • Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origins (OVA 1 and OVA 2)
  • Love Live: School Idol Project The Movie
  • The Empire of Corpses

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Anime Limited Acquires Miss Hokusai for Theatrical and Home Video Release

Miss Hokusai

The latest big announcement from Anime Limited comes in the form of Miss Hokusai; a relatively new film from Production I.G (Ghost in the Shell) that was directed by Annecy winner Keiichi Hara.

Miss Hokusai, which is based in the Edo period of Japan, will see a limited theatrical run in Cinemas across the UK in May; while a Blu-ray and DVD release of the film will become available later in the year; as el presidente of Anime Limited, Andrew Partridge, explains: Read more of this post