Unboxing: Sailor Moon S – Part 1 & Part 2 (DVD) [AUS]

Although Madman Entertainment are ‘fast’ on the way to rereleasing the original Sailor Moon as Complete Series collections we take a step back and explore the previous ‘DVD Editions’ of the series; of which were released across two installments. For this unboxing article we will be taking a closer look at the Limited Edition DVD variations of Sailor Moon S – Parts 1 and 2. Read more of this post

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Comeptition: Win My Hero Academia – Season 2 Part 1 on Blu-Ray!

It’s competition time again and to celebrate the UK release of My Hero Academia – Season 2 Part 1, which will be available on Blu-Ray and DVD from the 2nd April 2018, we have teamed up with Fetch Publicity and Sony Pictures Home Entertainment UK to offer one lucky reader the chance of winning a copy of the Blu-Ray; which is available to pre-order from numerous retailers including Amazon UK. Read more of this post

Blu-Ray Review: Occultic Nine – Part 1


We jump down the rabbit hole that is Manga Entertainment UK’s Blu-Ray release of Occultic Nine – Part 1 to explore what this series has to offer other than some large High Defintion assets. Read more of this post

Unboxing: Assassination Classroom – Season 1 Part 1 & Season 1 Part 2 [UK]

Back in 2016 the UK based anime distributor Anime Limited, otherwise known as All The Anime, released the first season of Assassination Classroom onto Blu-ray and DVD within the UK, with the series itself being split into two half-season-sets as most twenty-six (or so) episodes do. While the DVD release was relegated to a standard amaray release the Blu-Ray variation, in especially to Season 1 Part 1, receive the Collector’s Edition treatment and today in our latest unboxing we will be taking a look at both Blu-Ray parts of Assassination Classroom – Season 1. Read more of this post

Dragon Ball Z Kai: The Final Chapters – Part 1 – REGION LOCKED

Dragon Ball Z Kai: The Final Chapters – Part 1

BD Region: A (Confirmed NOT Playable in the UK)
– Boxart states Region A only

Price: $34.99 / £25.73 (Excludes Postage)

Episodes: 99 – 121 (3 Blu-ray Discs)

Plot: Seven years have passed since Cell’s defeat, and the Z Fighters have returned to normal life. Goku has continued his training in the Other World, Krillin has gotten married, and Gohan has his hands full attempting to navigate the pitfalls of high school. But with the new World Martial Arts Tournament about to begin, it’s time for Goku and the Z Fighters to reunite and face off against the greatest warriors on Earth!

Meanwhile, the evil wizard Babidi has traveled across the galaxy on a quest for revenge, hoping to fulfill his father’s thwarted dreams of universal domination. The Supreme Kai has come to enlist the aid of the Z Fighters in his effort to prevent Babidi from awakening a monster of unimaginable terror—Majin Buu!

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

It’s been more than twenty years since Dragon Ball Z ended its initial TV run in Japan, and more than four years since the first continuation to the story, known as Battle of Gods, was released in Japanese cinemas; but now the true continuation to Dragon Ball Z, kown as Dragon Ball Super, is finally making its way to the UK in part instalments.

Introducing Dragon Ball Super – Season 1 Part 1 and today we will be exploring what this set has to offer in our latest review! Read more of this post

Aquarion Logos – Part 1 (Blu-ray / DVD Combo Pack) – REGION LOCKED

Aquarion Logos – Part 1 (Blu-ray / DVD Combo Pack)

BD Region: A (Confirmed NOT Playable in the UK)
Boxart states Region A Only

DVD Region: 1 (Confirmed NOT Playable in the UK)
Boxart states Region 1 Only

Price: £39.99 / £30.77 (Excludes postage)

Episodes: 1 –12 (2 Blu-ray & 2 DVD)

Plot:  Celebrating its 10th anniversary, Aquarion is back with a brand-new series featuring a whole new cast of wild characters on a one-of-a-kind adventure! Long ago, the human voice defined the true nature of everything. That is, until text came along and opened up the Logos World, a futuristic battlefield where monsters loom.

These monsters, known as M.J.B.K., are spawned from texts injected with the magical syringe of Master Sougon, the mysterious gatekeeper of all written word. When these texts are injected, their concept on Earth is erased, and an M.J.B.K. is born in the Logos World.

Lucky for humanity, there are a group of young-gun heroes known as the Verbalism Club who counter the text monsters with their Aquarion vectors and the art of voice. Its up to self-proclaimed savior Akira Kaibuki and the rest of the Verbalism Club to protect the world from being erasedas long as their silly antics dont get in the way.

Unboxing: Mobile Suit Gundam – Part 1 and Part 2 (Blu-ray) [UK]

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It’s been a long-time-coming but Sunrise’s iconic Mobile Suit Gundam franchise has finally arrived on Blu-ray within the UK, courtesy of Anime Limited; and what better way to start than with the original 1979 TV Anime series Mobile Suit Gundam and so today we will be taking a look at both sets. Read more of this post

Anime Limited’s Blu-ray Release of Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ – Part 1 to include an Art Box

A Listing on Amazon UK has revealed that Anime Limited plan to release Mobile Suit Gundam ZZ – Part 1 with a Collectable Slip Case; an item which we suspect to be an art box that will be in similar design to previous Mobile Suit Gundam releases by Anime Limited. Read more of this post

Anime Limited Announce Replacement Scheme for Your Lie in April – Part 1


When Anime Limited released Your Lie in April – Part 1 as a Collector’s Edition blu-ray release last year it was received with a mixed response from the public (including ourselves) due to its incredible difficulty in removing the digi-pack from the outer sleeve (as noted in our unboxing video) and the minor errors revolving around the packaging (such as incorrect logos being used). These issues did not go unnoticed by the UK Distributor as Anime Limited have now issued plans to replacement everyone that has been affected by this issue. Read more of this post