DVD Review: Tsuritama – The Complete Series

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We take a dive into the ocean to see what MVM’s DVD release of Tsuritama has in-store for us; so is it a splash or does it sink down to the bottem? Find out in our DVD Review of Tsuritama – The Complete Series.

Synopsis:

When Yuki Sanada ends up living in Enoshima with his grandmother, it’s just one more in a long line of transfers to a new school and new friends – except Yuki doesn’t make friends easily, so he’s used to making do without any. All that’s about to change, however, when the other new transfer student arrives in class – complete with a rod and reel – and announces that he’s an alien.

Now as he learns to fine art of fishing, Yuki finds himself drawn into a friendship with Haru the alien, moody Natsuki the Fishing Prince, and the mysterious Akira with his pet duck, Tapioca. But there’s something sinister afoot in Enoshima, and more than Yuki’s new-found friendships is at stake. If Yuki can’t make the catch of the day, the whole of Japan, and perhaps the world itself, will be caught in an alien net. Read more of this post

MVM Entertainment Unveils The Full Q1 2015 Release Schedule

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Yesterday we provided you with a ‘round-up‘ of all of the License Announcements made throughout the London MCM Comic Con weekend; well today MVM Entertainment, via their online website Anime-On-Line, have revealed their full Q1 2015 release schedule.

As always these release dates and formats are ‘subject to change’ but interestingly a few surprises are in-store; including complete box-set collections of Chrome Shelled Regios, which was previously released as a half-season set, as well as a ‘complete collection’ set, which combines both Season 1 and Season 2, for Arakawa Under the Bridge. Anyway here is a rundown of the Q1 release schedule for MVM Entertainment. Read more of this post

London MCM Comic Con October 2014 Anime License Round-Up

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It may have been another busy weekend at this years London MCM Comic Con but when it comes to Anime License Announcements then it was pretty much non-existent; that is unless you are MVM Entertainment.

Anyway the traditional ‘announcement panel’ was replaced with a simple Q&A session, mainly because the announcements were made online throughout the weekend and because the head honchos for Manga UK and MVM UK were busy doing other tasks; either way the complete license announcement throughout the entire MCM Comic Con weekend is as follows: Read more of this post