Anime Limited Confirms Release Date Alterations to Q1 2016 Line-Up


Taking to their weekly newswire Anime Limited have announced that a selection of upcoming releases have been delayed; specifically Ping Pong: The Animation, Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo and Expelled from Paradise; but some good news came about in the form of confirmed release dates for Mobile Suit Gundam – Part 2 and Sword Art Online II. Read more of this post

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


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

Ping Pong: The Animation and Sword Art Online II – Part 2 Delayed


Those looking forward to Anime Limited’s release of Ping Pong: The Animation and Sword Art Online II – Part 2 will have to wait a little bit longer; as Anime Limited have revealed on their blog that both titles have been delayed. Read more of this post

Anime Limited’s Q4 2015 Release Schedule Revealed


Following on from the rather ‘unimformative’ but exciting Anime Limited panel at last weekends Manchester MCM Comic Con online retailer Amazon UK have begun listing the titles that were mentioned at the event; and it contains a few expected surprises.

The surprises come in the form that Sword Art Online II – Part 2 and 3 are scheduled for release during this fourth quarter; additionally Gundam – Reconguista in G will be released as a complete series set as opposed to Mobile Suit Gundam which is being released as a half-series-set. Read more of this post

Anime Announcement Round-Up for MCM Manchester 2015


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

Anime Limited Teases some of its Q4 2015 Line-Up


Following on from the news that Anime Limited has licensed Ping Pong: The Animation for a UK Release later this year the anime distributor went on to ‘tease’ some of its future releases; namely for a small selection of titles released during the fourth quarter of this year. Read more of this post

Anime Limited Licenses Ping Pong: The Animation for Blu-ray and DVD Release


The panels at MCM Manchester may be tomorrow but Anime Limited have already lifted on one of its new licenses; as today the UK distributor announced it has acquried the UK home video rights to Ping Pong: The Animation.

Ping Pong: The Animation will see a UK DVD and Blu-ray release in October, with an exact date to be confirmed in due course; and feature both the original Japanaese audio track (with English subtitles) and the FUNimation produced English Dub. As you’d expect the set will also include a variety of bonus content, most of which will replicate that seen in the previous American release. Read more of this post

Ping Pong: The Animation – The Complete Series (Blu-ray / DVD Combo Pack) – REGION FREE

Ping Pong: The Animation – The Complete Series (Blu-ray / DVD Combo Pack)

BD Region: A and B (Playable in the UK)
Boxart states Region B Compatible

DVD Region: 1, 2 and 4 (Playable in the UK)
Boxart states Region 2 Compatible

Price: $34.42 / £21.81 (Excludes Postage)

Episodes: 1 – 11 (2 DVD & 2 Blu-ray)

Plot: Smile and Peco. Peco and Smile. Besties from the beginning, both with a badass backhand. Peco is known for his arrogance on the table tennis court, and Smile for his silence. But with a new school year and a new high school table tennis team, both boys are in for a challenge, on-and off-the court.

Peco’s slacker ways are hurting his game, and after getting crushed in a tournament, he decides to quit. Smile is finally learning to harness his natural talents, but can he squash his sympathy for his opponents enough to beat them