Blu-ray Review: Ushio & Tora – The Complete Collection

An unlike pair of human and Yokai team-up to save the world in Animatsu Entertainment’s upcoming Blu-ray release of Ushio & Tora – The Complete Collection but can their effort really save the planet? Well you’ll have to watch the series to find out but you can read our thoughts on this Blu-ray release in our review! Read more of this post

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Wizard Barristers – The Complete Collection – REGION FREE

Wizard Barristers – The Complete Collection

BD Region: A and B (Confirmed playable in the UK)
– Boxart states Region A only
– Tested and Confirmed Region B Compatible

Price: $34.99 / £27.29 (Excludes Postage)

Episodes: 1 – 12

Plot: When the laws of magic are broken, it’s the duty of the Police Department’s deadly Section 1 to enforce them. But, since even craven maven mages and nefarious necromancers have the right to a fair trial, the job of defending them belongs to the Benmashi, the Wizard Barristers!

It’s a tricky profession, requiring both arcane ability and a judicious sense of jurisprudence, and at just seventeen, Cecil Sudo is the youngest Benmashi that Butterfly Law has ever employed. That means a lot of late nights burning the midnight brimstone, summoning up summaries, parsing phrases with paranormal paralegals and cutting deals with opposing counsels from hell. And when a young Benmashi starts to discover that her own charm may be more magically-based than she realized, there’ll be a hex-tra incentive to work wonders outside the courtroom as well!

Every trial is a witch trial as the most enchantingly Adept Attorney ever becomes a Master of the Art of Defensive Spells in WIZARD BARRISTERS!

Outbreak Company – The Complete Collection – REGION LOCKED [GEO-LOCKED]

Outbreak Company – The Complete Collection

BD Region: A (Confirmed NOT playable in the UK)
– Boxart states Region A only
– Can be made playable on Region B devices by changing the country of your device to America
– Confirmed playable on PS3 and PS4 consoles

Price: $34.49 / £22.81 (Excludes Postage)

Episodes: 1 – 13

Plot: Shinichi Kanou’s father writes novels and his mother illustrates erotic video games, so it’s no unexpected that he’d end up as a fan of comics an science fiction. However, rather than channeling his efforts into creating like his parents, he has instead become one of the world’s foremost expert on ”moe,” with an encyclopedic knowledge of all things cute and adorable in every conceivable form of animation and media.

This sort of explains Shinichi’s recruitment as an ambassador for moe to the Holy Erudanto Kingdom, a parallel world where things that previously only existed in anime actually exist! So how will a hot blooded young otaku react when dropped into a world with actual cute and adorable elf maids and dragons?

More importantly, how will they react to this drooling devotee with diplomatic credentials? And even more to the point, exactly why does the Japanese government feel that sending someone to represent Japan’s moe interests is a good idea in the first place?

Sorry, no spoilers! If you want to learn more, you’ll have to come along for the adventure as the ultimate anime fans’ fan boy fantasy unfurls in Outbreak Company!

Blu-ray Review: One Punch Man – The Complete Collection

It has been a few years since Manga Entertainment UK announced that they would be releasing One Punc Man through KAZE Entertainment and now after months of (painful) waiting the series is finally coming to the UK as a Complete Collection release; so what can one expect from this UK Blu-ray release of One Punch Man – The Complete Collection? Well let’s find out in our review! Read more of this post

Blu-ray Review: School-Live! – The Complete Collection

Animatsu Entertainment continues their string of ‘Deluxe Edition’ Blu-ray and DVD Combo Pack releases and today we take a closer look at the Blu-ray discs found within their Deluxe Edition release of School-Live! So what can expect from this series and more importantly the Blu-ray Discs contained within this release? Well let’s take a look! Read more of this post

Blu-ray Review: Himouto! Umaru-chan – The Complete Collection

It has been a long-time-coming but Himouto! Umaru-chan is finally coming to the UK on Blu-ray (and DVD) courtest of Animatsu Entertainment (and Manga Entertainment UK); so with the inital excitement out of the way what can one expect to receive from the Blu-ray discs bundled with the Collector’s Edition Combo Pack release of the series? Well let’s find out in our review of Himouto! Umaru-chan – The Complete Collection. Read more of this post

DVD Review: Amagami SS Plus – The Complete Collection

The girls from Amagami SS return in this ‘Plus’ instalment into the franchise; but is it a happy ever after for our list of female characters or is it just another show worth passing by? Well let’s take a look. Read more of this post

DVD Review: Little Busters EX – The Complete Collection

The Little Busters return for a third outing but not all is what it seems; so with this being said does Little Busters EX have what it takes to stand up to the rest of the franchise? That all depends on what you would rather watch; but Little Busters EX is a nice change of pace as we find out in our review of the Little Busters EX DVD Collection by MVM Entertainment. Read more of this post

Blu-ray Review: Amagi Brilliant Park – The Complete Collection

Animatsu Entertainment will be releasing Amagi Brilliant Park – The Complete Collection as a Deluxe Edition Blu-ray and DVD Combo Pack within the UK; but what can one expect from the Blu-ray contents of this set and more importantly is Amagi Brilliant Park worthy of your attention? The short answer is Yes; but I share my thoughts of the Blu-ray discs in our latest review. 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