Dragon Ball Super To Begin Re-Broadcast on POP! from 16th June 2020

Those who missed out on Dragon Ball Super’s original UK Television broadcast will be able to watch the series from the very beginning next week, as on 16th June 2020 at 7pm each weekday POP! will begin re-broadcasting the series from the first episode. Read more of this post

Pokémon Journeys ‘Sneak Peek’ Episodes To Be Broadcast on POP! this Bank Holiday Monday

A newly broadcast advert on the Sony owned TV channel POP! has announced that the ‘Sneak Peek’ Episodes of Pokémon Journeys will be broadcast on Monday 25th May 2020 between 9am and 11am BST in the UK. Read more of this post

Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron Blooded Orphans – Part 1 Collector’s Edition Blu-Ray Dated for June

Following on from last month’s announcement of Anime Limited securing the UK Distribution and publishing rights to Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron Blooded Orphans the company have now announced that the first season (entitled Part 1 in this case) will be released next month on Blu-Ray. Read more of this post

Cloud Matsuri Online UK Anime Convention Announced for this Month

Anime Limited, in partnership with Crunchyroll, Manga Entertainment UK, KOEI TECMO Europe and Atsuko, have today announced plans to host a digital comic-con styled event, known as Cloud Matsuri, later this month with the event aimed at replicating the experience of attending a traditional Comic Con, such as MCM Comic Con or Anime Expo. Read more of this post

FUNimation NOW Adds Love Live! School Idol Project & Toradora for UK Streaming

We don’t often report about new additions to the streaming service FUNimation NOW, and perhaps maybe this is something we will do more of; but FUNimation UK have today announced that the second season of Love Live! School Idol Project and it’s feature length film have been added to the service alongside the complete series of Toradora within the UK. Read more of this post

Pokémon Journeys: The Series to Broadcast on POP! Later this Year with Special Preview Next Month

The Pokemon Company International have announced that the latest and twenty-third series of Pokemon will be known as Pokémon Journeys: The Series across Europe and North America and that, in the UK at least, it will receive a TV broadcast on POP! later this year with a special preview being shown next month on the TV channel. Read more of this post

POP! To Broadcast Pokemon: Sun & Moon on UK TV This Month

Although the Pokemon: Sun & Moon franchise is about to finish broadcasting on CITV, with the kids television channel broadcasting latest episodes on a weekend, and the majority of the franchise being available to Stream on Netflix; the Sony owned TV channel POP! have announced plans to start broadcasting Pokemon: Sun & Moon later this month within the UK Read more of this post

Dragon Ball Super Pop-Up Events Appear at Shopping Centres Across the UK


Bandai UK, in partnership with PlayTime PR, Bandai Namco Entertainment and TOEI Animation, have announced that during the month of March a selection of Dragon Ball Super themed pop-up experience events will take place at Shopping Centres across the UK. Read more of this post

Dragon Ball Super Resumes on POP! Starting 2nd March 2020 at 7pm

Late last month we reported that POP! had announced plans to continue broadcasting Dragon Ball Super on its TV channel and during the and weekend it has been officially been confirmed, both through TV updates and an updated schedule, that brand new episodes to the TV channel will be broadcast at 7pm each weekday from 2nd March 2020. Read more of this post

Crunchyroll Expands ONE PIECE Streaming Availability to include UK and Europe

Crunchyroll and TOEI Animation have teamed up to expand the streaming availability for One Piece within Europe; which means that as of today (once updated) One Piece will be available to stream legally in the UK. It’s not all good news though as currently only One Piece: WANO KUNI will be available to stream in the UK along with brand new episodes; but more is planned in the near future. Read more of this post