Unboxing: Eureka Seven – Part 1 and Part 2 (Blu-ray) [US]


Eureka Seven has been an anime thats received many releases over its lifespan; and when FUNimation announced a Blu-ray re-release of the series i knew i would end up getting them at some point. But what exactly can we expect from the Blu-ray release of Eureka Seven; well today in this ‘double unboxing’ i’ll be showing what you can expect to receive from Eureka Seven – Part 1 (Limited Edition Blu-ray) and Eureka Seven – Part 2 (Standard Blu-ray). Read more of this post

Unboxing: Dragon Ball Z – Battle of Gods (Blu-ray / DVD Combo Pack) [USA]


It’s only been a week since FUNimation released the ‘Extended Edition’ of Dragon Ball Z – Battle of Gods (Blu-ray / DVD Combo Pack) into America, but here we are today with it in our hands – so what can we expect from it? Well let’s take a look in our unboxing video.

The US FUNimation release of Dragon Ball Z – Battle of Gods, which is a Blu-ray and DVD Combo Pack, features the theatrical and Extended versions of the film in both Standard Definition (DVD) and High Definition (Blu-ray). Interestingly to receive the ‘best’ picture quality for the film the Standard Definition version has been split across two discs (one for theatrical and one for extended) while the Blu-ray features both films and the bonus content on a single disc. Read more of this post

Fairy Tail: The Movie – Phoenix Priestess (Blu-ray / DVD Combo Pack) Unboxing


The first feature length Fairy Tail movie is now available within America, and more importantly it will be available this year within the UK, but what does the US Blu-ray/DVD Combo Pack have to offer? Well lets take a look in our unboxing.

As you may already be aware Fairy Tail: The Movie – Phoenix Priestess is a feature length movie, spanning 85 minutes, that sees members of the fairy tail guild embark on a new “standalone” adventure. However what you might not know is that the film takes place ‘after’ a time-skip, so characters are older, wiser and much stronger than what they currently are in the TV Series. Read more of this post

Unboxing: Eureka Seven: AO – Part 2 (Blu-ray / DVD Combo Pack) [USA]


It’s time for another unboxing video and this time we take a look at the American Blu-ray / DVD Combo Pack release of Eureka Seven AO – Part 2 which, as you’d expect, looks fantastic in High Definition.

Just like with the previous Part 1 Combo Pack Release (which we also unboxed) Part 2 contains the remaining episodes of the series and the OVA episode across two DVD discs and two Blu-ray discs, all of which are presented inside a standard Blu-ray Case. The carded sleeve (which features Eureka on the front) is mimicked on the sleeve on the inside but more importantly (for it to match the artwork of Part 1) the sleeve can be reversed. A feature proved useful if you bought the Limited Edition Artbox version of Part 1 (as it all matches). Read more of this post

Unboxing: Fairy Tail – Part 6 (Blu-ray / DVD Combo Pack) [USA]


The sixth instalment into the Fairy Tail franchise be available on both DVD and Blu-ray within the UK later this month, but we’ve decided to unbox the American “Combo Pack” to see what it offers.

As with previous “Fairy Tail” volumes this sixth instalment features two DVD discs and two Blu-ray discs, creating a total of four discs within one DVD case. This particular set, as you’ll find out in our Part Six review later this month, features 12 episodes that continue the Fairy Tail storyline, in this case concluding the Oración Seis storyline arc. Read more of this post

Unboxing: Fairy Tail – Part 5 (Blu-ray / DVD Combo Pack) [USA]


The fifth instalment into the Fairy Tail franchise may already be available within the UK but we recently got our hands on the American Blu-ray and DVD Combo Pack release, so we’ve decided to unbox it to show you guys exactly what you get inside.

As you may have already read in our Blu-ray Review of Fairy Tail – Part 5, the UK Blu-ray release is a direct copy of the American version, and as such means that everything (content-wise) is the same in this US Release and that it is only the outer package that is different. Of course one major difference is that the UK version only includes the Blu-ray while the US version includes both DVD and Blu-ray formats, which is ideal for those who want both formats. Read more of this post