Blu-Ray Review: My Hero Academia – Season 3 Part 1

The journey to become a ‘true’ hero continues within this first half of the third season of My Hero Academia and this time publishing mantle has been passed to Manga Entertainment UK.  What can one expect to receive from this release and does it continue to deliver the epic story of becoming a hero? Let’s take a look and find out in our Blu-Ray Review of My Hero Academia – Season 3 Part 1. Read more of this post

Yu-Gi-Oh! Seasons 1, 2 & 3 Available to Stream on Amazon UK

As of late Amazon UK have continued to expand their anime offerings and while a notable selection of subtitled-only titles, such as Killing Bites and KOKKOKU, have been made available those looking for ‘English Dubbed’ related titles have been left with ever-changing-episodes of Pokemon and Digimon; that is until this past week when Yu-Gi-Oh!  was made available to stream on Amazon Instant Video. Read more of this post

Yu-Gi-Oh! GX – Season 3 Delayed Until June

In a rather bad start to the week Manga Entertainment UK have revealed that their upcoming DVD release of Yu-Gi-Oh! GX – Season 3 has been pushed back until the 12th June 2017. Read more of this post

Black Butler: Book of Circus – The Complete Series (Blu-ray / DVD Combo Pack) – REGION LOCKED

Black Butler: Book of Circus – The Complete Series (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: Limited $32.99 / £23.14 (Excluding postage)
Standard $41.49 / £29.10 (Excluding postage)

Episodes: 1 – 10  (2 Blu-ray & 2 DVD)

Plot:  In Black Butler, Book of Circus, Ciel and the demon butler Sebastian are summoned by the Queen to investigate multiple reports of missing children. When their underworld contacts reveal the disappearances increase when the mysterious Noah’s Ark Circus comes to town the demonic duo must impress an enigmatic ringmaster in order to go undercover as performers-to Sebastian’s delight and Ciel’s disgust.

At the core of the circus is a troupe of unique performers from Dagger the knife thrower to Beast, the beautiful tiger tamer. All are connected by someone who changed their lives, someone who raised them from the gutters of London to the heights of the big top – but at a price.


Anime Limited will be releasing Black Butler: Book of Circus, which is also referred to as Black Butler – Season 3, on Blu-ray and DVD within the UK.

Blu-ray Review: Dragon Ball Z Kai – Season 3


New enemies, new forms of Super Sayian and a whole host of High Definition re-mastered entertainment is whats on offer in this third season of Dragon Ball Z Kai; but what are our thoughts? Find out in this review.


The epic showdown between Goku and Frieza reaches its climax as planet Namek crumbles beneath their feet! In the aftermath of battle, neither fighter is anywhere to be found, but Earth’s few remaining heroes have much bigger problems.

A mysterious and powerful stranger known only as Trunks arrives from the future with a warning: the Androids are coming, they take no prisoners, and even Goku – wherever he may be – is no match for their kind! Read more of this post

DVD Review: The Familiar of Zero: Rondo of Princesses – The Complete Series

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We take a third trip back to the magical world of Halkeginia to see what lies ahead for Saito and Louise after the climatic finale of the previous season; So what did we think of MVM Entertainment’s DVD release of Familiar of Zero: Rondo of Princesses? well lets find out.


Getting married and then dying would put a damper on most honeymoons, but Saito is made of stouter stuff than most would-be stiffs, and having been miraculously restored to life is a definite improvement over being dead. Unfortunately, as a result of his recent resurrection-al activities, the runes which bound Saito to his master, Louise the Zero, appear to have faded away. But will the fact that he is no longer contractually obligated to be Louise’s Familiar lead to the two of them getting more “familiar” now that they’ve tied a different kind of knot?

If Louise can’t learn to control her problems with premature explosions, the answer is probably not. Things only get more complicated when Siesta gets appointed to be Saito’s personal maid and everything goes completely out of control when the overly endowed Tiffania, who’d previously nursed Saito back from the dead, implants herself into the story as well! Will this full frontal assault on twin fronts be too much to handle? Will Saito and Louise’s relationship get “runed” yet again? Read more of this post

The World God Only Knows: Godesses – The Complete Collection – REGION LOCKED [GEO-LOCKED]

The World God Only Knows: Godesses – The Complete Collection

BD Region: A (Confirmed NOT playable in the UK)
– Boxart states Region A only
– Confirmed playable on UK PS3 and PS4 Consoles
– Can be made playable on Region B devices by having the country code set to America.

Price: $40.29 / £26.64 (Excludes Postage)

Episodes: 1 – 12 (2 Disc Set)

Plot: Dating Game master Keima Katsuragi’s skills at conquering hearts in the virtual world have translated into real life so well that he and Spirit Hunter associate Elsie have already captured 14 of the runaway spirits attaching themselves to the souls of different girls. But is even the God of Conquests up to the task of romancing six REAL Goddesses?

The fate of the world may depend on it, because if Keima can’t do it six more times, a renegade faction of demons will use the Goddesses power to unleash an even more dangerous and powerful group of demons. That could mean the devastation of both Heaven and the Earth! (Not to mention Keima losing his own head.) And if the situation wasn’t difficult enough, it seems that the Goddesses’ souls are hidden inside girls that Keima has already had to make fall in love with him before. As part of the magic spell, they’ve all forgotten about him… or have they?

Unboxing: Dragon Ball Z – Season 3 (Blu-ray) [USA]


Even thoughthe seventh season of Dragon Ball Z is soon to be released within America on Blu-ray we have only just decided to get around to unboxing the third season; mainly because it took awhile to arrive through the post but more importantly because we’ve had other stuff to do; eitherway if you are considering picking up the US Blu-ray release of Dragon Ball Z – Season 3 then here is what you can expect.

Just like with the previous two seasons this third set comes with 32 episodes spread out across four blu-ray discs; each of which have been remastered in 1080p widescreen and bring the Frezia saga to it’s explosive conclusion. In regards to the packaging and layout it’s pretty much the same as previous sets; however the real “party trick” is that when combined with season 1 and 2 it creates an impressive artwork detailing the first three seasons of the franchise in a single image. Read more of this post

Dragon Ball Z – Season 3 – REGION FREE

Dragon Ball Z – Season 3

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

Price: $16.96 / £10.18 (Excludes Postage)

Episodes: 75 – 107 (4 Blu-ray Discs)

Plot: All seven Namekian Dragon Balls have been assembled, and the dragon Porunga has been summoned! Goku and his loyal friends must stop Frieza from making his wish for immortality. To defeat this monstrous foe – a Super Saiyan must emerge!

For the first time ever, the Dragon Ball Z season sets are available on Blu-ray! This epic collection presents episodes 75 – 107 of the legendary series in remastered, high definition quality and 16:9 aspect ratio using frame by frame, pan and scran technology.

An elite team of Capsule Corp. scientists worked around the clock to put the greatest anime in history on the cutting edge of modern technology. You may think you’ve seen all there is to see in the DBZ universe, but you’re wrong. Take home this thirty-five episode collection today, and fire your next Kamehameha in the brilliance of Blu-ray!

DVD Review: Hakuoki – Dawn of the Shinsengumi – The Complete Series


It’s not often that a prequel series is released for an anime franchise, but that’s exactly the case with Hakuoki: Demon of the Fleeting Blossom – Dawn of the Shinsengumi, so what can we expect from this DVD release by MVM Entertainment? Well let’s take a look.


The year is 1863 and as Japan’s long-festering wounds of political discord erupt into violent waves of street clashes and murder, the Tokugawa Shogunate sends a new force of masterless samurai called the Roshigumi to the aid of the Aizu forces in Kyoto. However, the new “police” are anything but a cohesive force and assassination has already split them into two opposing factions.

The stronger is led by the brutal Serizawa Kamo, and the lesser by the more honorable but less assertive Kondo Isami. It is into this pack of wolves that Ryunosuke Ibuki is dragged by the rabid Serizawa. Forced to be a virtual slave by blood debt, he hates the samurai and everything they stand for. But as he sees how the other half of the samurai live, he begins to believe that there may still be a chance, for both himself and Japan, if only Kondo will step up and take down the mad dog Serizawa! Read more of this post