Pokemon: The First Movie to Broadcast on POP! This Week

Updated TV schedule listings have revealed that POP!, who are currently broadcasting episodes of Pokemon: Indigo League, as well as numerous other series of Pokemon, throughout the week, will be broadcast Pokemon: The First Movie on the free-to-air TV channel this weekend; specifically on Saturday 20th July at 3:30pm. Read more of this post

Dragon Ball Super Available to Stream On Demand via POP! Catch-Up App

Those unable to watch daily showings of Dragon Ball Super on the free-to-view TV channel POP! and have a PlayStation 4 console will be excited to learn that episodes can be watched on the POP! App; but more importantly than that the episodes are available to watch in High Definition despite the channel only being broadcast in Standard Edition. Read more of this post

Dragon Ball Super on POP! UK TV Broadcast Details Announced

POP!, the Sony owned TV network, have announced through an updated TV advert that Dragon Ball Super will begin broadcasting in the UK on Monday 1st July 2019 (which is tomorrow) at 7pm; with new episodes shown at the same time each weekday. POP! is available on Freeview 206, Sky 616, Freesat 606 and Virgin Media 736. Read more of this post

Okko’s Inn To Receive Limited Cinematic Release within the UK Next Month

Manga Entertainment UK have announced that Madhouse’s animated feature-length-film Okko’s Inn will receive a limited cinematic release within the UK on 14th July 2019 with the film itself being shown in English dub format. Read more of this post

Dragon Ball Super to be broadcast on UK TV via POP! later this Year

In some rather exciting news POP!, the free-to-view UK TV channel owned by the Sony TV network, have today announced that they will begin broadcasting English Dubbed episodes of Dragon Ball Super on it’s POP! TV channel later this year. Read more of this post

Spike Chunsoft Confirms European Release Dates for AI: THE SOMNIUM FILES and CRYSTAR

For the past few months Spike Chunsoft have been unveiling details for upcoming titles AI: THE SOMNIUM FILES and CRYSTAR and while these were ‘expected’ for a European release it turns out the information was just for North America. Fear not though as today Spike Chunsoft have confirmed that both titles will be released in Europe and more importantly they will be released alongside the North American releases. Read more of this post

Pokemon: Diamond and Pearl – Battle Dimension Now Broadcasting on POP! within the UK

Following on from its week-day broadcast of Pokemon: Diamond and Pearl the Sony owned free-to-view TV channel POP! continues to expand its selection of Pokemon content by continuing the Sinnoh journey with Pokemon: Diamond and Pearl – Battle Dimension, which is of course the sequel to the episodes of Pokemon; Diamond and Pearl. Read more of this post

Dragon Ball Super: Broly the Movie Becomes UK’s Third Highest Grossing Anime Film

Manga Entertainment UK have announced that Dragon Ball Super: Broly the Movie has become the UK’s third highest grossing anime film of all time; with only Studio Ghibli’s UK cinematic releases of Spirited Away and Howl’s Moving Castle claiming the top spots. Read more of this post

Dragon Ball Super The Movie: Broly To Receive UK Cinematic Release Next Year

It’s the news Dragon Ball fans have been waiting for; as today Manga Entertainment UK have confirmed that Dragon Ball Super The Movie: Broly will receive a cinematic release within the UK during January 2019. Read more of this post

Chaos Dragon, Dagashi Kashi, Divine Gate, Haruchika and Shomin Sample Listed for Pre-Order At Online Retailers

Updated listings at online retailers, specifically Anime-On-Line and Amazon UK, have revealed that a selection of previously cancelled FUNimation related titles, as well as potentially an unannounced FUNimation related title, have been listed for pre-order with placeholder dates and tentative box arts. Read more of this post