Parasyte: The Maxim – Collection 2 Release Pushed Back by One Week

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It seems MVM Entertainment are not the only anime distributor suffering from delays of their products as earlier today Animatsu Entertainment announced, via the MangaUK Twitter account, that Parasyte: The Maxim – Collection 2 would now be released on the 1st August 2016. Read more of this post

Manga UK & Animatsu Entertainment Q1 2016 Release Schedule Revealed

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Ever since the MCM London Comic Con in October we have had a steady ‘trickle’ of information about next year’s anime release schedule; well over the past few days listings on Amazon UK and Anime-On-Line have all but revealed what to expect from Manga UK and Animatsu Entertainment during the first three months of 2016 – and it looks pretty exciting. Read more of this post

Manga UK & Animatsu Q4 2015 Release Schedule Revealed

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During the Manchester MCM Comic Con representatives for Manga Entertainment UK and Animatsu Entertainment made a slew of announcements; but surprisingly enough that wasn’t the full list.

For starters Boruto: Naruto The Movie, which will receive a cinema screening in October, was unveiled on social Media and before that Jerome mentioned on twitter that Yu-Gi-Oh! Season 3, Dragon Ball Z – Season 3 and One Piece Collection 12 would also be making their UK debut during the fourth quarter. Read more of this post

Anime Announcement Round-Up for MCM Manchester 2015

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Missed out on all the exciting anime announcements that took place throughout the Manchester MCM Comic Con? or did you get bored of reading our ‘extensive’ articles on each distributor? Fear not as we have complied them all into a simple easy-to-read article for you. Read more of this post

Animatsu & MangaUK Industry Panel Announcements at London MCM Comic Con May 2015

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It’s been a year since Jerome Mazandarani, the previous head of acquisitions at Manga Entertainment UK and now CEO of his new company Animatsu Entertainment, took to the stage at the London MCM Comic Con to make announcements surrounding new anime licenses but he, along with his side-kick Andrew Hewson, were back in top form this weekend with wave-after-wave of glorious anime news – all of which you can see for yourself in our video of the panel.

Before we get to the important stuff there is some clarification involved; as this particular panel saw both Manga Entertainment UK and Animatsu Entertainment titles being announced by the same people – namely Jerome and Andrew. The reason for this, and its something that we have mentioned before, is that Animatsu Entertainment are not only a distributor (and/or licensor) but they will also act as promoter (and licensor) for Manga Entertainment UK. In other words this formula of seeing two different brand-names but one set of people announcing titles will most likely be here to stay from now on. Read more of this post

Sentai Filmworks Licenses Parasyte – The Maxim; UK and Australian Territories Included in the Acquisition

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It’s not often we cover “news” surrounding an American Anime distributor; but this latest acquisition from Sentai Filmworks raises a few eyebrows so we thought we should share it with you; and thats not because it’s a unique series about bugs.

No; the reason for this ‘unique announcement‘ is that Sentai Filmworks have acquired Parasyte – The Maxim for American, UK, Australian and New Zealand release; which means that Sentai Filmworks themselves will be handling the release of this show within these countries. Read more of this post