Screen Anime December 2020 to January 2021 Titles Announced

A new month of feature-length anime films will soon begin on the subscription based streaming platform Screen Anime, as the owners have today confirmed the list of films, and TV series, that will be available to stream on the platform. Read more of this post

YenPress Announces Six Light Novel and Six Manga Titles at Digital Anime Expo Event; including Reign of the Seven Spellblades

Following on from last week’s new title announcements American based book publisher YenPress took part in the digital Anime Expo event to announce even more new additions to their line-up, including an art book of the Overlord anime series. 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

All The Anime Confirms that 009 RE:Cyborg and the Shinkai Twinpack are Delayed Until Further Notice


All The Anime, also known as Anime Limited, have today taken to their official blog to ‘confirm’ their release line-up for the first quarter of 2014 in addition to clarifying a few issues raised with some upcoming releases, namely the home video releases of 009 RE: Cyborg and the Shinkai Twinpack.

First of all the release of 009 RE: Cyborg has been delayed due to the English Dub not being completed.  Once the english dub has been completed (and become available) All The Anime will announce a new release date, as mentioned in their blog post:

We have experienced a set back with the release of 009 RE:CYBORG due to a delay in the completion of the English dub of the film. We’re still waiting on an updated delivery date for this and can’t give you a firm date as of yet. We will, of course, keep you informed when we’ve got some dates locked down.

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Anime Limited Licenses The Place Promised in our Early Days & Voices of a Distant Star for UK Blu-ray Release


Anime Limited, also known as All the Anime, have today announced via Twitter that they have acquired the rights to license and distribute Makoto Shinkai’s earlier anime films within the UK.

The anime titles in question are ‘The Place Promised in our Early Days” and “Voices of a Distant Star“, both of which have previously been released on DVD within the UK by the now ‘defunct’ company ADV Films.

Unlike the previous ADV Films release, Anime Limited have confirmed that they will be releasing both films on Blu-ray, offering viewers the chance to watch both films in all its ‘artistic’ and ‘visual’ beauty in full High Definition, something that many fans have been waiting for.

In addition to the films, Anime Limited will also be including the animated short “Travelling Daru“, which is a short prepared by a lot of the team that was involved in the production of The Children Who Chase Lost Voices.

Anime Limited have yet to confirm when the films will be released, but they have promised that more news on the release will be shared within the next few weeks.