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

Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions – Take On Me To Be Shown at MCM London Comic Con October 2018

Manga Entertainment UK have announced that the feature-length-film Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions – Take On Me will be shown at this October’s MCM London Comic Con with those attending being able to receive a special ‘fan pack’ featuring various Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions items. Read more of this post

Pokémon the Movie: The Power of Us To Be Shown in UK Cinemas This November; Tickets Now Available To Pre-Book

Those hoping to catch the latest Pokémon movie in Cinemas, known as Pokémon the Movie: The Power of Us, will be excited to learn that the film will be shown in cinemas across the UK from the 24th November 2018 with tickets now available to purchase through the official website. Additional screenings have also been rumoured to take place during December across limited cinemas within the UK. Read more of this post

Manga UK License MFKZ for Cinematic Release in the UK

Manga Entertainment UK have recently announced that they have licensed the gritty Franco-Japanese animated film MFKZ for cinema release in the UK and Ireland later this year. Read more of this post

Pokemon X&Y: Kalos Quest To Begin UK TV Broadcast on POP! This September

The Sony owned TV channel POP! have announced that as part of it’s new “Autumn” line-up Pokemon X&Y: Kalos Quest, which is the follow-up season to the currently broadcasting Pokemon X&Y series that continues the adventures of Ash, Serena, Clemont and Bonnie, will be shown on TV this September. Read more of this post

Cowboy Bebop The Movie To Receive Limited Cinematic Run This September

Sony Pictures Entertainment, in partnership with Park Circus, will be celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the Cowboy Bebop Movie, known as Cowboy Bebop: Knockin on Heaven’s Door, by giving the film a limited cinematic run within the UK. Read more of this post

Black Butler: Book of Circus Broadcasting on VICELAND UK

VICELAND UK continues to expand it’s anime content as part of the ‘late night anime block’ as the TV channel have recently begun broadcasting Black Butler: Book of Circus; which is of course the third season within the Black Butler franchise. Read more of this post

Pokemon XY Now Broadcasting on POP! within UK

During the past few months the Sony owned TV network of channels POP!, which consist of POP!, Tiny POP! and POP! Max, have been showing the Pokemon Black & White TV anime to great success and now POP! has expanded its range of Pokemon by offering Pokemon XY.

Currently new episodes are being broadcast each Saturday and Sunday at 10:30am and 11am and – from my understanding at least – have quietly been showing this series for the past few weeks (at the time of writing they are currently on Episode 13).

Pokemon XY, and in turn Pokemon Black & White are being broadcast on POP! which is available for free on Freeview, Sky and Freesat. Pokemon Black & White is also shown on POP! Max almost everyday.