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Gundam is no stranger to having sequels and spinoffs. The canon, loose as it may be at times, stretches far and wide. What’s a more recent tactic, however, is animating works that began as novelizations or manga. This seems...
Mirai, acclaimed director Mamoru Hosoda's latest film, opens in select UK and Ireland cinemas from the 2nd November (read our review here).Ahead of the release, Fetch Publicity have provided us with an interview they conducted with Hosoda in which...
Mamoru Hosoda is a globally celebrated animation director, known for his vibrant character animation and tales where reality meets the fantastic. Both these elements are on display in his latest title, Mirai.Kun is the spoilt child of a Japanese...
Ahead of the UK release of Mamoru Hosoda's latest film Mirai on 2nd November, Anime Limited have partnered with Studio Chizu to present a special free exhibition covering the entirety of the director's theatrical works in London.Located at Noho...
Maquia: When The Promised Flower Blooms, the directorial debut of Mari Okada, is set to be released in the UK and Ireland on 27th June by P.A. Works in partnership with Anime Limited. Toonzone News had the chance to...
Mari Okada has been a prolific script writer for anime for most of the 21st century thus far, her works populated with vivid, firmly realised characters and engaging dialogue. Okada has made little secret of the fact her own...
On both the Saturday and Sunday of the convention, Shouji Gatou attended panels at which the first dubbed episode (presented by FunimationNow) of Full Metal Panic! Invisible Victory was screened. Although the episode was the same for both days,...
Shouji Gatou, the creator of works such as Full Metal Panic! and Amagi Brilliant Park was the Anime Guest of Honour for this May’s MCM London Comic Con, primarily to promote FMP’s 4th season ‘Invisible Victory’. Toonzone News was...
So here we are. Four years after I began this series of reviews, the sixth and final episode of the Gundam The Origin OVA is here at last. It’s a sombre milestone for a few reasons, chiefly that by...
Anime Limited, in partnership with National Amusements, have announced they have licensed the Code Geass anniversary movies for release in the United Kingdom. The trilogy of films are being created like many such compilation movies in the Sunrise library,...