Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works Standard Edition Blu-Ray Release Confirmed

An article on UK Anime Network reveals that MVM Entertainment UK have been given the green light from Aniplex to release standard edition versions of Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works on Blu-Ray within the UK. Read more of this post

Anime Limited Reveals Lupin the 3rd: Part IV Home Video Release Details

It has been nearly two years since Anime Limited announced that they had acquired the UK Home Video distribution rights to Lupin the 3rd: Part IV and today the distributor have revealed how they plan to release it; of which is explained in a rather lengthy blog post. Read more of this post

Ground Control to Psychoelectric Girl – The Complete Series (Blu-ray / DVD Combo Pack) – REGION LOCKED [GEO-LOCKED]

Ground Control to Psychoelectric Girl – The Complete Series (Blu-ray / DVD Combo Pack)

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.

DVD Region: 1 (Confirmed NOT playable in the UK)
– Boxart states Region 1 only

Price: Limited Edition $119.98/ £78.00 (Excludes Postage) – OUT OF PRINT
Standard Edition $47.98 / £34.07 (Excludes Postage)

Episodes: 1 – 13 (2 Blu-ray & 2 DVD Set)

Plot: Makoto Niwa just moved to the city to live with his aunt Meme after his parents were reassigned to work overseas. He is perfectly fine with that, saying it will give him the chance to live the dream life of an adolescent boy. He keeps track of the things he does by assigning “points” to them – positive or negative – and adds them up on a regular basis to grade his adolescent life.

And then he discovers Meme has a secret daughter (and self-proclaimed alien) named Erio. He finds her rolling around by the front door of Meme’s house wrapped up in a futon. It is then he realizes that his dream adolescent life will not come true, and begins a life of experiences that are out of this world.

Standard Editions of Kill La Kill Due Next Year

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Ever since Anime Limited began releasing Kill La Kill as ‘Collectors Edition’ instalments fans of the show that weren’t interested in the high-price-tag or collectable content for a standard edition release of the series; and while Anime Limited confirmed they would be releasing standard edition variations nothing was ever revealed… until recently. Read more of this post

Anime Limited Makes ‘Massive’ Release Date Alterations to it’s March 2015 Line-Up

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Things never seem to run smoothly for Anime Limited, especially when it comes to their release schedules, however things have never been as bad as this. If you read the recent Anime Limited newswire then you may already be aware of what i’m going to say; but the sad news is that every single one of Anime Limited’s March releases has been altered in some shape or form.

For starters Kill La Kill – Part 2, which was scheduled for a 16th March 2015 release date has now been pushed back until the 23rd March 2015 due to the final artwork not being approved; however even more bad news arrives when this ‘new date’ is also a template and could change at any time. Read more of this post

Anime Limited Clarifies January and February 2015 Release Plans

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Anime Limited, along with the newly recruited Jeremy Graves, have today taken to the official website to reveal some interesting pieces of information regarding future Anime Limited releases – and as you’d expect it’s not all good news; although some good news can be expected.

The Bad News:

The bad news is that the upcoming release of Blood Lad, which is being released as a Collectors Edition Blu-ray and Collectors Edition DVD, has been delayed by week and as a result will now be released on the 2nd February 2015. The reason for this delay is due to finalised stock not being received at the suppliers – it’s nothing serious but it does bring disappointment if you were eagerly awaiting its release. Read more of this post

All The Anime Unveils Space Dandy Packaging Details; Standard Edition Blu-ray To Be Available at MCM Comic Con

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UK Anime distributor All The Anime have today taken to their website to reveal some interesting pieces of information, including packaging details, surrounding their release of Space Dandy – Season 1.

For starters the Collectors Edition, which will be available on both Blu-ray and DVD in November, will contain the entire series and a 200-page artbook housed inside a special rigid chipboard box, as illustrated below:

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