Pokemon Indigo League Series Arrives on Digital Platforms in High Definition


In a rather surprising announcement The Pokemon Company have revealed that the entire first season of Pokemon, otherwise known as the Indigo League, is now available to purchase in High Definition (and Standard Edition) through digital platforms such as Amazon Instant Video, Google Play Store and iTunes. Read more of this post

Blu-ray Review: Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? Familia Myth – The Complete Collection

When Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? Familia Myth originally broadcast in Japan it generated a surge of interest across the globe thanks to Hestia, the big busty god and lead female protagonist of the series, that even saw her blue ribbon become an iconic piece of anime merchandise. Now, several years on from its original broadcast, Animatsu Entertainment are bringing us the series in a Deluxe Edition release. So was Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? Familia Myth worthy of the hype or was it just a mediocre show masked in excitement? Well let’s take a look. Read more of this post

Unboxing: My Hero Academia – Season One (Collector’s Edition Blu-ray & DVD Combo Pack) [UK]

Last month Universal Pictures UK announced that it would be releasing the first season of My Hero Academia as a Collector’s Edition Blu-ray and DVD combo pack release within the UK and now a mere month after this announcement this ‘Collector’s Edition’ release of My Hero Academia is now within our grasp. So; what is in this Collector’s Edition set and how does it compare to previous anime-related-products distributed by Universal Pictures UK? The answer is quite a complicated one but you can find out for yourself in our unboxing. Read more of this post

Ghost in the Shell: Arise & Black Butler – Season 1 Available Digitally Through Amazon Instant Video

Earlier in the week Anime Limited made Cowboy Bebop available to purchase through various digital platforms and throughout the past few days we’ve noticed that Black Butler – Season 1, which FUNimation recently announced that they had lost the rights to, and Ghost in the Shell: Arise have been made available for purchase digitally through Amazon Instant Video via Manga Entertainment UK. Read more of this post

Yo-Kai Watch! DVD Release Delayed Until Later This Year

Those looking forward to Manga Entertainment UK’s upcoming Season 1 DVD release of Yo-Kai Watch!, which is of course the anime adaptation of the Nintendo 3DS game series, will be disappointed to hear that the set has been delayed until later this year. Read more of this post

Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood Complete Series Blu-ray & Samurai Warriors DVD Collection Spotted Online

Updated product listings on Anime-On-Line, as pointed out by Shiroi Hane on Twitter, reveal that Manga Entertainment UK are planning to release a ‘Complete Series Blu-ray collection‘ of Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, as well as a ‘Season 1 DVD Collection‘ of Samurai Warriors, during July of this year. Read more of this post

Universal Pictures UK Confirm My Hero Academia – Season 1 Release Plans

Late last month BBFC listings were discovered that revealed that Universal Pictures UK would be releasing the first season of My Hero Academia on Blu-ray and DVD. Well today Universal Pictures UK have officially confirmed that they will be releasing the series within the UK and better yet it will be getting the Limited Edition Blu-ray and DVD Combo Pack treatment. Read more of this post

Busou Shinki: Armored War Goddess & Little Busters -Season 1 Release Dates Quietly Changed

MVM Entertainment have revealed, via updated listings on their online store Anime-On-Line,  that both Busou Shinki: Armored War Goddess (which we reviewed late last month) and Little Busters – Season 1 have had their release dates quietly changed. Read more of this post

Universal Pictures UK To Distribute My Hero Academia Within the UK

In a rather interesting discovery, courtesy of listings on the BBFC website, it seems that Universal Pictures UK will be distributing My Hero Academia within the UK on Blu-ray. Read more of this post

Animatsu & MangaUK Announce Adjustment’s To Their Release Schedule

Animatsu and Manga UK have announced, via a special post on their website, that due to an “unavoidable adjustment within the company” a large portion of their upcoming release schedule has had their release dates “re-evaluated” and changed. Read more of this post