Transformers: The Movie Comparison – Which is Superior? The Anniversary Blu-ray, The Metrodome Blu-ray or the Ultimate Edition DVD

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Throughout the past thirty years The Transformers Movie has received countless releases since its theatrical debut in 1986 and now, for it’s 30th Anniversary, Manga Entertainment UK have teamed-up with Shout Factory to provide fans with a new High Definition Blu-ray release of the film. Read more of this post

Quick Look: Seraph of the End – Season 1 Part 2 – Collector’s Edition Contents

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With Universal Pictures UK releasing the second instalment of Seraph of the End, otherwise known as Seraph of the End: Battle of Nagoya, as a Collector’s Edition Blu-ray and Collector’s Edition DVD release on the 5th December 2016 we have been sent samples of what of the said Collector’s Edition content and today we will give you a quick look on what to expect from them. Read more of this post

Unboxing: Sword Art Online II – Parts 1 to 4 (Collectors Edition Blu-ray / DVD Combo Pack) [UK]

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Throughout the past few months Anime Limited, also known as All The Anime, have been releasing Sword Art Online II in progressive manner and with all four parts now available within the UK market I thought it would be a good idea to unbox them and highlight just exactly what you will get inside.

For those unfamiliar Sword Art Online II is the sequel to Sword Art Online, which was released by Manga Entertainment UK onto Blu-ray and DVD, and sees Kirito once again within a virtual reality game trying to uncover the mysteries surrounding players dying within the game. This UK release of Sword Art Online II, which was handled via ANime Limited, saw the series released in four seperate parts each of which were available as a Collectors Edition combo pack, which is what i will be unboxing, and standard edition DVD; furthermore each Collectors Edition release not only came packaged inside a unique chipboard box but it also saw a variety of information packed neatly inside a booklet. Read more of this post

The Disappointing Truth: Full Metal Panic – Ultimate Edition

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Due for release on the 7th December 2015 the UK Blu-ray debut of the entire Full Metal Panic franchise is something to get quite excited for if you are a fan of the franchise; however this excitement also comes at a great cost… and I’m not referring to its three digit retail price tag.

For those who attended the London MCM Comic Con in October advanced copies of the set, known as the Ultimate Edition, were available for purchase and considering its relatively competitive £90 price tag it had (for reference its £110 on Amazon UK) I opted to pick-one-up and explore its collectable goodness; unfortunately however what happened next came as a bit of a disappointment; and i apologise in advance if it sounds like i’m nagging. Read more of this post